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Horehound (2lp)

the Dead Weather LP Record
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Double 180gm vinyl pressing in gatefold sleeve. 2009 debut from the latest musical adventure by Jack White (The White Stripes, The Raconteurs). The Dead Weather epitomizes the Alt-Rock ethic: do the music you love, do it yourself, and do it fast. The Dead Weather brings together lead singer Alison Mosshart (half of the London-based lo-fi Post-Punk duo The Kills), Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist Dean Fertita, The Raconteurs' bassist Jack Lawrence, and White on drums and vocals. White also produced Horehound, recorded in just three weeks earlier this year at his newly constructed Nashville studio. An exhilarating mix of punchy Blues singing from Mosshart and Garage Rock with arena ambitions, Horehound introduces the musical whirlwind that is The Dead Weather.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars love it! Dec 1 2011
Format:Audio CD
Not sure why it took me two years to get around to buying this album, but better late than never. Love the heavy-duty trippy bluesy post-punk guitar and up-front drumming on this - Jack White drums just as good as he walks. Great album, especially for Jack White fans, his touch on this is sure and true. Alison Mosshart's sometimes chanted-sounding straining but very gutsy vocals fit this music perfectly. You just want to hear more!
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Whatever Jack White Touches Turns To Gold... Sept. 8 2009
By E. Hall
Format:Audio CD
I hope Jack White keeps up this pace, he is the reason I have faith in new music.

Like every album Jack White is a part of, it takes a couple of listens to get into it, but, once you do you're hooked.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Punk meets blues April 24 2011
By Brian Ashe TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Wow, thought the White Stripes were gone. Not quite. Jack White is back, with Alison Mosshart (the Kills), and Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age) in a bang-up blues band. The mix is electric. That raunchy guitar, right on percussion, and the broken voices -- this is amazing music. Check it out and enjoy.
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing July 15 2009
Format:Audio CD
Well worth the money! solid album front to back!
If you are a fan of Jack White's work, you will love this cd.
Amazing band.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Why am I surprised? July 16 2009
By Van Heezy - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There were a few reasons I wasn't expecting much from the Dead Weather. For one, the Raconteurs, while no doubt their own separate thing from the White Stripes, still have a pretty strong resemblance to each member's earlier work. I figured the last thing we needed was another band from Jack with the same sound. I also don't care for the Kills much, so with that, and all the exposure this new band was getting before anyone heard much from them, I was bracing myself the worst. Boy can you imagine my surprise as soon as I finally put this CD in.

While you can tell with the Raconteurs who wrote each song just by listening and comparing to each persons older work, the Dead Weather have a sound that is completely their own. It's murky, fuzzy, aggressive, bluesy, Southern goth-y, and sometimes brooding. It's a sound that they maintain perfectly throughout the whole album. Dean Fertita and Jack Lawrence compliment each other very well, and together, they manufacture some absolutely hair-raising sounds throughout Horehound. Allison Mosshart is perfect for this band, and puts in a great performance. Jack White plays behind the kit in the same way he plays guitar: steady, straight-forward, dynamically, and skillfully while always putting the good of the song ahead of showing off. He also has a few vocal spots and delivers pretty well.

I don't want to compare the Dead Weather with any of White's other band's anymore. The White Stripe comparisons have dogged the Raconteurs to the point where I wonder how much longer they will be around. The Dead Weather are their own band and deserve to be looked at as their own band, not just the sum of their parts. Horehound is an album that grabs you by the throat from the start, rocking hard from "Hang You From the Heavens" to "Bone House", with some outstanding, if more laid back tracks at the beginning and end. The only aspect that needs a little more work in the future (I say while hoping this isn't just a one-off) is in the lyrics. Too many songs rely on repeating lines, not particularly great ones either. That isn't to say they're delivered poorly, Mosshart does a great job and her back-and-forth's with White on a few songs are outstanding, I just think there could have been a little more thought put into the lyrics.

This has been one of my favorite albums this year. It is well-worth getting. Every track is great, "I Cut Like a Buffalo" didn't hit as well as I would have liked but it's already starting to grow on me, and they all sound better when played together. That said, my favorite tracks have to be "60 Feet Tall", "So Far From Your Weapon", "Treat Me Like Your Mother", "No Hassle Night", and "Will There Be Enough Water?"

P.S. Check out the live version of "Will There Be Enough Water?" on youtube. It has an unbelievable solo by White that I was very disappointed to see not make the album.
33 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful LP July 14 2009
By Mike D. - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Wow -- The Dead Weather nail it with a great, hard-edged LP that is steeped in the blues and heavy, heavy rock. It's a combination of late 70's Zeppelin, the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (sans the comedy), a bit of early Dead Meadow, with a dash of NIN's. It's essentially its own genre. And, it sounds awesome live.
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Don't buy vinyl from Amazon! Aug. 21 2009
By James Paul Harless - Published on Amazon.com
Format:LP Record|Verified Purchase
All the hype is well deserved. The Dead Weather may turn out to be a one-off, but they sure don't sound like it. You'd swear they had been together for years, not months. I won't compare them to their members' other bands, or any other bands for that matter, because their sound is their own. This one's essential.

However, I regret buying the vinyl version of this album from Amazon. Here's why: some, if not all, of Amazon's fulfillment centers do not have album shipping boxes. Instead, they throw them in a general-purpose box that is too large. Unless you like your album jackets dog-eared or bent, you'll do better by purchasing it from a dealer who knows how to ship vinyl.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars swlabr Feb. 12 2010
By who me - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Hey My Lords and Ladies, Droogies, and all critters of the animal kingdom. Let me punch you in the face about something.
I know I shouldn't drink and critique' music, but I'm all excited about something.
Just heard the album, "Horehound" by the DEAD WEATHER.
It rocks harder than anything for like the last 20 years....
I know I'm 55 yrs. old, but this CD makes me wanna gobble halucinogens, Have sex in a strangers car. Set it on fire, then run into the woods laughing.
Just like Sister Ray said. Goo goo goo goo goodbye.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Who said Rock was dead? Jan. 28 2010
By Gregory P. Demorro - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Leave it up to one man from one of the most hip hop influenced cities in the world to save American Rock N' Roll as we know it. Without Jack White a lot of children would grow up without knowing what a guitar is. In the age of the ringtone, Soulja Boy, and fewer musical programs in schools kids only know what true musical ability and creativty is through such artists.
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