Jack White Albums

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  • The White Stripes

    The White Stripes
    Meg and Jack White are collectively the alternative rock band The White Stripes. Their debut album was produced by Jim Diamond and Jack White. The self-titled work was recorded at Ghetto Records and Thirdman Studios in Detroit.
  • De Stijil

    De Stijil
    The White Stripes' second album De Stijil, or "the style", hit 38 on Billboard charts in 2000. It showcases Meg White's child-like drumming and Jack White's raw vocals.
  • White Blood Cells

    White Blood Cells
    White Blood Cells rocketed Jack and Meg to fame in 2001. This album features songs like "Fell in Love With a Girl" and "Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground". The White Stripe's third album was ranked by Rolling Stone and Billboard as one of the best albums of the decade.
  • Elephant

    Elephant
    Elephant is perhaps the most popular White Stripes album produced. It features songs like "Ball and Biscuit", "There's No Home for You Here", and their most well-recieved hit "Seven Nation Army". "Seven Nation Army" has a heavy bass line that is instantly recognizable.
  • Get Behind Me Satan

    Get Behind Me Satan
    Get Behind Me Satan was the only White Stripes album to not be recorded in a professional studio. It features songs like "Blue Orchid" and "My Doorbell" helped this album reach number three on UK and US charts.
  • Broken Boy Soldiers

    Broken Boy Soldiers
    The Raconteurs was Jack Whites first side project from the White Stripes. Band members include Brendan Benson, Jack Lawrence , and Patrick Keeler. The Raconteurs have a harder rock sound. This album features perhaps their most popular song: "Steady, As She Goes".
  • Icky Thump

    Icky Thump
    This is the sixth and final White Stripes album but certainly not the least. With songs like "Icky Thump" and "You Don't Know What Love Is (You Just Do What You're Told)" this album was nominated for four Grammy's in 2007 and won best Alternative Album and Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal.
  • Consolers of the Lonely

    Consolers of the Lonely
    This is the Raconteurs most recent album, released in 2008. Consolers of the Loney hit number seven on Billboard 200 chart. Songs like "Salute Your Solution" and "Consolers of the Lonely" were well-recieved by fans.
  • Horehound

    Horehound
    The Dead Weather, Jack White's second side project, is an alternative rock group made up of Alison Mosshart, Dean Fertita, and Jack Lawrence. This album features one of their more popular songs, "Treat Me Like Your Mother".
  • Sea of Cowards

    Sea of Cowards
    The Dead Weather's second album is a comment on the age of internet and people who hide behind fake identities online. Songs like "Blue Blood Blues" and "Die By the Drop" are featured on this album. Rolling Stone named this album number 11 on their list of 30 Best Albums of 2010.
  • Blunderbuss

    Blunderbuss
    This is Jack White's first offically produced solo album which was very well-recieved by the public. The first single, "Love Interruption" was released in January 2012. The Album was nominated for two Grammy's: Album of the Year and Best Rock Album. The song "Freedom at 21" was also nominated for Best Rock Song.