Let's Rock (studio album) by The Black Keys
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The best album by The Black Keys is Brothers which is ranked number 350 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 5,172.
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I listened The Black Keys for the first time, I enjoyed this album.
There are some guitar great moments on this record. I particularly like the "Eight Miles Hile"-like guitar at the end of "Go". The songwriting is pretty good on some of the tracks but lacking on others. Solid all-around but nothing spectacular.
A good album from a band who had a good decade. If blues rock survives the 2020s, The Black Keys will be at the helm.
Track Pick: Lo/Hi
After a 5 year hiatus and no Danger Mouse behind the boards I eagerly looked forward to hearing what the boys would produce in 2019.
Unfortunately it’s nothing revolutionary or particularly inspiring and all feels a little stale which is hard to say about an artist with such a wonderfully deep catalogue for whom I have the greatest respect
There are some moments of spark though with “Hi/Lo” sounding dirty and grungy whilst lead single “Go” is classic Black Keys and could have easily appeared on ‘ El Camino’
The video for “Go” features a section where by the band dreams of a pile of money and instantly become motivated and I couldn’t help but see the irony in that moment as this album definitely feels forced and something of a cash grab
Strong contender for most disappointing album in 2019
This is the only Black Keys album I've ever heard, and from what I can tell that's why I enjoyed it so much, everyone else is talking about how it's nothing compared to their other albums, but since I have nothing to compare it to I am unbiased and can safely say this is a very enjoyable records, very cool sounds, and catchy hooks
Won’ Rank up there as a keys favourite but a very decent album
This is better than expected, they are clearly having fun and it shows.
The first five songs of the album + Go are the best. The rest is more filler than killer. I'd like to add that the rock sound of the record is amazing.
Very poor and deceiving album.
It's straight up blues rock. No Faults.
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