The White Stripes
Jack and Meg have called it quits, but there's good news: Third Man Records plans to gradually roll out a load of unreleased White Stripes songs. The newest offerings — covers cut in 1997 — prove the Stripes sounded like themselves from the get-go: On Love's druggy ballad "Signed D.C.," Jack moans about addiction over a beat that's minimalist even for Meg. Their take on Otis Redding's "I've Been Loving You Too Long" is livelier: Jack's vocals are sweet, but his fuzzed-out guitar suggests deeper torment. More, please.
Listen to "Signed D.C.":
• The White Stripes, 'I've Been Loving You Too Long': Three Stars
• Photos: The White Stripes, From the Book 'Under Great White Northern Lights'
• The White Stripes in Rolling Stone: Interviews, Photos, Features and More
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