Thursday, December 13, 2007



The White Stripes' remake of Corky Robbins' 'Conquest', off their album, 'Icky Thump', is set to be released as the latest single in the US on December 18th and in the UK on December 31st. The B-sides of this single were co-produced by Beck, who contributed vocals and piano to 'It's My Fault For Being Famous' and slide guitar to 'Honey, We Can’t Afford To Look This Cheap'. The mentioned tracks plus an additional b-side called Cash Grab Complications On The Matter are released as a series of 7-inch of black, white and red colored vinyl singles. The b-sides also feature an acoustic Mariachi version of 'Conquest'.

The White Stripes - It's My Fault For Being Famous
The White Stripes - Honey, We Can't Afford To Look This Cheap
The White Stripes - Cash Grab Complications On The Matter
The White Stripes - Conquest (Acoustic Mariachi Version)

Watch Meg and Jack step into the bullring as matadors, with the latter showing off bull-fighting skills, until there's an unexpected role reversal. A rare sense of humour in White Stripes' collection of videos. Pretty amusing.

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Anonymous WSfanforlife said...

You are awesome! Thank you very much!

4:09 PM  
Blogger WenY said...

arghh white stripes!!! me no like them :P

11:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

thankkkks :)

7:00 PM  
Blogger tin said...

the white stripes

1:17 PM  
Anonymous clinton said...

the white stripes are what every band is made or started as simple rock or groove and i think its amazing. The white stripes are amazing in everything they do

12:35 AM  

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