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White Stripes March On

Detroit duo's fourth album due in April

January 29, 2003 12:00 AM ET

The White Stripes will release their fourth album, Elephant, on April 15th. The duo, Jack and Meg White, recorded the album at Toe Rag Studios in East London, using no equipment that dated past 1963.

Jack White will appear in the upcoming movie Cold Mountain, starring Nicole Kidman, Jude Law, Natalie Portman and Renee Zellweger. White is also contributing songs to the soundtrack of the film, which is based on Charles Frazier's book of the same name. The story follows a wounded Confederate soldier's odyssey from a hospital to his North Carolina home and the woman he left behind.

Elephant track listing:

Seven Nation Army
Black Math
There's No Home for You Here
I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself
In the Cold, Cold Night
I Want to Be the Boy . . .
You've Got Her in Your Pocket
Ball and Biscuit
The Hardest Button to Button
Little Acorns
Hypnotise
The Air Near My Fingers
Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine
It's True That We Love One Another

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