The White Stripes Gear Up For New Record – Icky Thump

The White Stripes are expected to release their sixth full-length album, "Icky Thump," this year. The garage rock duo revealed on its Web site that it has finished recording and mixing the set, which will be its first since 2005’s "Get Behind Me Satan." There is no official word of a release date, though the group writes, "We are doing our best (whatever that is) to release the album as soon as corporately possible."

Jack and Meg white spent three weeks at Nashville’s Blackbird Studio recording the effort. The group posted clips of one track, ""I’m Slowly Turning Into You," on its site, though "the actual music has been replaced with mid eighties sampling keyboard technology to prevent what industry analysts are now calling ‘song poaching.’" Other tentative song titles unveiled include "Catch Hell Blues," "Little Cream Soda" and "You Don’t Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You’re Told)."

Source Billboard

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