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The White Stripes - White Blood Cells Album

The White Stripes - White Blood Cells Album Performer: The White Stripes
Title: White Blood Cells
Style: Alternative Rock, Rock & Roll
Category: Rock
Date of release: 19 Jun 2002
Country: Japan
Label: V2
Catalog number: V2CP 128
Size MP3: 2291 mb
Size FLAC: 2270 mb
Rating: 4.4


1Offend In Every Way3:06
2The Union Forever3:26
3I'm Finding It Harder To Be A Gentleman2:54
4We're Going To Be Friends2:22
5Little Room0:50
6The Same Boy You've Always Known3:09
9Fell In Love With A Girl1:50
10Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground3:04
11I Think I Smell A Rat2:04
13I Can't Wait3:38
14I Can Learn3:31
15Hotel Yorba2:10
16Now Mary1:47
17This Protector2:12
18Hand Springs


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SFTRI 660, 660The White Stripes White Blood Cells ‎(LP, Album)Sympathy For The Record Industry, Sympathy For The Record IndustrySFTRI 660, 660US2001
CM2037, BR0037The White Stripes White Blood Cells ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)XL Recordings , XL Recordings CM2037, BR0037ChinaUnknown
XLCD 151The White Stripes White Blood Cells ‎(CD, Album)XL Recordings, Playground Music ScandinaviaXLCD 151Scandinavia2001
XLCD 151The White Stripes White Blood Cells ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)XL RecordingsXLCD 151UK2001
XLCD 151The White Stripes White Blood Cells ‎(CD, Album)XL Recordings, Third Man RecordsXLCD 151UK & Europe2001


  • Design, LayoutThe Third Man , Twirly Red
  • Drums, Backing VocalsMeg White
  • EngineerStewart Sikes
  • Mastered ByFred Kevorkian
  • Mixed ByJack White , Stewart Sikes
  • Photography ByPatrick Pantano
  • Producer, Vocals, Guitar, PianoJack White
  • Written-ByThe White Stripes


Recorded at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee winter 2001.
Mastered at Absolute Audio.


  • Barcode: 4520227000158
  • Rights Society: JASRAC


  • Recorded At – Easley McCain Recording
  • Mastered At – Absolute Audio
  • Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc.



White Blood Cells is the third studio album by American rock duo the White Stripes, released on July 3, 2001. Recorded in less than one week at Easley-McCain Recording in Memphis, Tennessee, and produced by frontman and guitarist Jack White, it was the band's final record released independently on Sympathy for the Record Industry. Bolstered by the hit single Fell in Love with a Girl, the record propelled the White Stripes into early commercial popularity and critical success. In 2012, Rolling Stone. In the next episode of our new series, Liner Notes, we take an annotated look at The White Stripes' classic album, White Blood Cells, 15 years after Blood Cells is the third album by American rock band The White Stripes, released in 2001. The band's commercial breakthrough, White Blood Cells eventually reached 61 on the Billboard 200, going gold and selling over 900,000 units. The album also reached 58 in the United Kingdom, being bolstered in both territories by Fell in Love with a Girl and its use of Lego animation in its Michel Gondry-directed music video. Stylus Magazine rated it the 15th greatest album of 2000-2005. As produced by Doug Easley, it sounds exactly how an underground sensation's breakthrough album should: bigger and tighter than their earlier material, but not so polished that it will scare away longtime fans. Admittedly, White Blood Cells lacks some of the White Stripes' blues influence and urgency, but it perfects the pop skills the duo honed on De Stijl and expands on them. White Blood Cells 2001 - download mp3 or listen online. Songs list. Download each separately, rating. Most important - you can download the album White Blood Cells to your computer or phone absolutely free of charge, and without registration. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Album: White Blood Cells 2001. About White Blood Cells. The third LP by The White Stripes is widely considered their breakthrough album. Released in 2001, it was lead by singles such as Hotel Yorba and Fell In Love With A Girl. The song and music video for Fell in Love With A Girl was what finally brought the band into the limelight. The album was recorded in only a week at Easley McCain Recording Studio in Memphis and is entirely produced by frontman Jack White. White Blood Cells Q&A. White Blood Cells surges with classic rock's grittier moments, stomping around like the MC5 and, on the instrumental Aluminum, Sabbath. The guitar echoes the second half of Neil Young's Rust Never Sleeps. Here, the White Stripes are the most experimental they get, which is to say not very, though the song reminds me of the ragged power of Royal Trux without the pointless artiness. The Same Boy You've Always Known is another high point. The White Stripes. Alternative 2001. Alternating between a raunchy, blues-inflected vibe and a more genteel, countrified approach to their DIY sound, Jack and Meg White have us stomping our boots to the jumping Hotel Yorba and Little Room, and banging our heads to the hard-hitting Fell in Love with a Girl and the swampy, distortion-fueled Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground. Genre: Garage Rock. The White Stripes did it again, they basically just improved everything they did up to this point. I feel this album is one of the best blends of garage-rock and blues-rock into one sound that The White Stripes, and just anyone in general, have done yet I feel that 'De Stijl' was mainly an album with some garage-rock tracks and a lot of very classic blues-rock sounding tracks, not much fusion. For that reason, this record feels more exciting to listen to. The overall flow of this album is. read more