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Rubber Factory album for sale by Black Keys was released Sep 07, 2004 on the Epitaph (USA) label. Though the Black Keys resemble post-punk garage revivalists like the White Stripes, and are likely to raise an eyebrow among old-school blues purists, the duo packs a serious blues punch. The minimal sound of RUBBER FACTORY moves on the rickety skeleton of Dan Auerbach's fuzzed-out guitar and Patrick Carney's no-frills drumming, and stays true to the raw, electric blues for which the Fat Possum label (the Black Keys' home) is rightfully famous. Rubber Factory CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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Rubber Factory buy CD music this cd is incredible. they are definitely the most underrated band out there know. this band really knows how to belt out the blues and get rockin' at the same time.
By chris (Humboldt County, CA, USA)
Rubber Factory songs Not just taking into accounnt that the band are a two-piece, but they are awesome players and dan's guitar riffs and vocals are amazingly soulful.
By Mtfragort (Belfast, Northern Ireland)
Rubber Factory album for sale THESE GUYS ARE AWESOME. CHECK OUT THE CLIPS WITH YOUR REAL PLAYER, BUY THE CD, YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED!
By YOUNT (Akron, Ohio, USA)
||More of the Same, But thats Perfect|
Rubber Factory CD music This black keys album is much like the others. Same kinda style, although i do like the songs on this one the best.
By the_zeus (Toronto, Canada)
||Modern garage blues|
Rubber Factory buy CD music The Black Keys take an old style blues sound, mix in some modern garage rock style, and create a raunchy, rootsy album that I keep spinning over and over in my CD player.
By rmacd (New York, NY)
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Rubber Factory songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6762529|
|Release Date||Sep 07, 2004|
|Producer||The Black Keys; The Black Keys|
|Engineer||Patrick Carney; Patrick Carney|
|Recording Time||41 minutes|
|Personnel||Dan Auerbach - sound effects|
Patrick Carney - drums, hand claps, percussion