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Get Behind Me Satan album for sale by White Stripes was released Jun 07, 2005 on the V2 label. Between 2003's hugely successful ELEPHANT and 2005's GET BEHIND ME SATAN, White Stripes frontman Jack White produced Loretta Lynn's Grammy-winning VAN LEAR ROSE and contributed a handful of tracks to the bluegrass-heavy COLD MOUNTAIN soundtrack. While GET BEHIND ME SATAN certainly isn't a country album, it does highlight White's fascinatingly unpredictable nature. With the exception of a few songs (including the blistering single "Blue Orchid"), Jack leaves his electric six-string in the garage, opting to roam around with his acoustic guitar (as on the gentle "As Ugly As I Seem") or settle into a marimba- or piano-led melody. Get Behind Me Satan CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs. ...See Full Description
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Not really my favorite WS album this one is probley the worst one they put out. but all the rest are amazing.
By George (detroit,mi,usa)
By jimbob (wallington, ct, usa)
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This is not White Stripes music, this is lame, boring, uninteresting melodies that sound no better than a TV's white noise. What were they thinking? Where is that Led-Zeppelin/garage band feel and sound? Their worst album ever. I sincerely hope they will get back at their original formula that made them so great.
By Matt (Somewhere, USA)
This is one of the best put-together albums The White Stripes have ever made. People (reviewers) put too much emphasis on how crappy Meg White's drumming is in comparison to others or how this album is to soft to follow up Elephant. Guess what. No one cares. It doesn't matter. Don't listen to the skeptics because they clearly didn't put enough thought into the album as a standalone piece. It's a completely different approach by Jack White (who, if you're a real White Stripes fan you know, is pretty much the brains behind the music) and is successful in every venture(track). With the exception of Passive Manipulation *yawn* every track is unique and brings a new sound to The White Stripes' already broad spectrum. Odes to oldies like supermodel Rita Hayworth or the kick-back old-timey rock sound in My Doorbell and Denial Twist make this album feel uniquely bluesy despite it's release being 2005. Real rock tracks like Instinct Blues and Red Rain kick out some good guitar (gotta love that slide) courtesy of Jack White. The other "soft" tracks are clean and pure, lending insight to what seems like Jack White's still prevalent teen-angsty feelings of love, desire, rejection, selfishness. I can't help but think Jack's participation in Cold Mountain and colab with Loretta Lynn spurred a new folky sound in his rhetoric, and it's grand. Get some studio headphones and kick back in a rocker with a sandwich to enjoy this album to it's fullest, hehe.
By Brody (Austin, TX)
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if you are comparing dire straits to jack white your review is not reliable or valid - there are positive forward thinking individuals like jack and meg who explore and examine a possibly darker side and there are some who have there heads up their - oops - who give themselves a somewhat maudlin name - DIRE STRAITS...(who wants to be there?) - and try to sing dainty little songs. who's the mom, who's the dad? get behind me satan!
By edward (maryland USA)
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Get Behind Me Satan songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||6855096|
|Release Date||Jun 07, 2005|
|Producer||Jack White; Jack White|
|Recording Time||44 minutes||