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2010 release, the sixth album from the Alt-Rock duo. Band member Patrick Carney admits Brothers is the album they've always wanted to make and taps into their creative force as a duo.
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Top Customer Reviews
another excellent album, i'm so glad dan didn't do another solo album. typical black keys sound but more mature with better musicianship. i only discovered them about 3 years ago but they have become one of my favorites. even my 13 year old son likes them. they have a unique form of combining southern rock with pop on this album. the keyboard use is heavier on this album then others. the music is a little retro sounding, i, like the back up singers, they give it more soul. Check them out.
Most recent customer reviews
As a Black Keys fan, this is album is one of their more calm (not be mistaken for not good - because its good) just a different side of them.Published 17 months ago by Jennifer C.
This is my absolute favourite album from this awesome band. This is great for all occasion. Everlasting Light is pure gold. If only all bands were that good !Published on Dec 31 2013 by Lily
Really enjoyed the music, reminiscent of the sixties but totally a sound of the Black Keys. Really enjoyable music if you enjoy good rock.Published on Nov. 25 2013 by B.B.
This album is one of the best i have purchased! The Black Keys are just amazing! Love this album so much.Published on Oct. 10 2013 by Mark Salada
if you like rock and roll, stripped down and in its natural form, than this disc is for you, lots of good hooks and such...Published on June 11 2013 by J. Boutin