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|4.||"Would You Fight For My Love?"|
|5.||"High Ball Stepper"|
|1.||"Just One Drink"|
|2.||"Alone In My Home"|
|4.||"That Black Bat Licorice"|
|5.||"I Think I Found The Culprit"|
|6.||"Want & Able"|
Jack White has firmly established himself as many things-rock renaissance man and paragon of analogue recording amongst them, but strangest of all in the evolution of this mercurial figure is the way he's consistently challenged himself, and essentially only made wayward and compromising records as his twisted path has continued. Case in point is Lazaretto; perhaps his most eclectic and eccentric work to date, yet also his most focused, personal and euphoric in tone. A glorious trawl through a plethora of styles and moods and replacing the riff-worship of The White Stripes with enough freakish ideas to fill five albums this is proof positive that Jack White's muse is at its most potent when at its wildest.
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