The Black Keys - Rubber Factory FLAC album
Songwriter – The Black Keys (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 11 to 13). Notes. Recorded at Sentient Sound Jan-May 2004 in Akron, Ohio.
Songwriter – The Black Keys (tracks: A1 to A7, B9, B11 to B13). European first pressing. Thicker inner sleeve than on reissues. Track numbering is sequential 1 through 13.
Album · 2004 · 13 Songs. A rugged, lo-fi funk runs through The Black Keys' third album. Drummer Patrick Carney's grooves at times hit home like breakbeats sampled from dusty old LPs, making plain the duo's claim that their stripped-down sound is as much inspired by Wu-Tang Clan as by their garage rock bedfellows. The low-slung swagger of "When the Lights Go Out" and the brooding, gloomy "Grown So Ugly" are particularly potent. Rubber Factory The Black Keys.
Their third album, Rubber Factory (2004), received critical acclaim and boosted the band's profile, eventually leading to a record deal with major label Nonesuch Records in 2006. After self-producing and recording their first four records in makeshift studios, the duo completed Attack & Release (2008) in a professional studio and hired producer Danger Mouse, who subsequently became a frequent collaborator with the band. The group's commercial breakthrough came in 2010 with Brothers, which along with its popular single "Tighten Up", won three Grammy Awards. Blakroc, a collaborative album featuring the Black Keys and several hip hop artists, was released in 2009 on Black Friday. The project was supported and brought together by Damon Dash, who is a big fan of the band.
It's easy to think of the Black Keys as the flip side of the White Stripes. They both hail from the Midwest, they both work a similar garage blues ground and both have color-coded names. If they're not quite kissing cousins, they're certainly kindred spirits, and they're following surprisingly similar career arcs, as the Keys' third album, Rubber Factory, is neatly analogous to the Stripes' third album breakthrough, White Blood Cells.
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Rubber Factory. BPM Profile Rubber Factory. Album starts at 147BPM, ends at 115BPM (-32), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Black Keys.
Rubber Factory is The Black keys third full-length album after Thickfreakness. The Black Keys are a duo from Northeast Ohio and are simply a modern day exponent of blues rock, bringing old ideas and motifs into modern alternative music. The Black Keys is: Dan Auerbach - guitar and vocals Patrick Carney - drums. They make a lot of sound for a two-piece band comparable to the White Stripes but definitely not as popular. Here is my track by track analysis. 01 - When the Lights Go Out A suitable introduction to Rubber Factory which showcases their raw and thick sound.
Band Name The Black Keys. Album Name Rubber Factory. Released date 07 September 2004. Labels Fat Possum Records. Music StyleBlues Rock. Members owning this album6. 1. When the Lights Go Out. 03:23.
Rubber Factory is the third studio album by American rock duo The Black Keys. It was self-produced by the band and was released on September 7, 2004 on Fat Possum Records. The album was recorded in an abandoned tire-manufacturing factory in the group's hometown of Akron, Ohio. 1 Recording and production.
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|1||When The Lights Go Out||3:24|
|2||10 A.M. Automatic||2:59|
|3||Just Couldn't Tie Me Down||2:58|
|4||All Hands Against His Own||3:17|
|5||The Desperate Man||3:54|
|6||Girl Is On My Mind||3:28|
|8||Grown So Ugly
Written-By – Robert Pete Williams
|9||Stack Shot Billy||3:22|
|10||Act Nice And Gentle
Written-By – Raymond Douglas Davies*
|13||Till I Get My Way||2:31|
- Recorded At – Sentient Sound
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Manufactured By – Epitaph Europe
- Distributed By – Epitaph Europe
- Licensed To – Epitaph Europe
- Published By – McMoore McLesst Publishing
- Published By – Chrysalis Music
- Published By – Kama Sutra Music
- Published By – ABKCO Music, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fat Possum Records, LLC
- Copyright (c) – Fat Possum Records, LLC
- Pressed By – Sony DADC – A0100548828-0101
- Artwork, Design – Michael Carney
- Drums, Handclaps, Percussion, Recorded By – Patrick Carney
- Guitar, Handclaps, Lap Steel Guitar, Fiddle, Vocals – Dan Auerbach
- Management – David T. Viecelli, The Billions Corporation
- Management [Management And Booking] – David T. Viecelli
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mixed By, Producer – The Black Keys
- Written-By – The Black Keys (tracks: 1 to 7, 9, 11 to 13)
NotesRecorded at Sentient Sound Jan-May 2004 in Akron, Ohio.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
On rear sleeve: "©&℗ 2004 Fat Possum L.L.C. Manufactured and distributed under exclusive license to Epitaph Europe. Fat Possum Records, PO. Box 10574, 1001 EN Amsterdam, The Netherlands. www.fatpossom.com www.epitaph.com"
Durations not on release.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 714092 037920
- Label Code: LC 02576
- Matrix / Runout (Variants 1, 2): Sony DADC A0100548828-0101 21 A0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 94Z5
- Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94W4
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA/BMI
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