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We bring you this week The White Stripes churning the crowd with the mud at Glastonbury 2005. It’s a nice sounding broadcast, a bit low so you have to TURN IT UP.
- The Little Chicken




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THE WHITE STRIPES
'We're Sorry We're From Amerika' [no label 1CD]
Glastonbury Festival, Pilton, UK, June 24, 2005


It’s almost all Jack White from here. He sings like Robert Plant before the smokes choked his throat. This is almost an Aunties band - you know the kind of music your aunty and uncle used to headbang to in the bad old days of heavy metal lite. Listening to the songs, it's hard to imagine there are only two performers on stage.

White’s not shy to show off his range, not as high as Plant’s, but enough and powerful. His songwriting owes a lot to melodic rock not indie or grunge. This year, White’s been avoiding the spotlight and making moves in far away South America, getting married and generally allowing his music to come across harder. It’s the right thing to do. Avoid the labels and easy traps of routine.

His covers tell a different story. He’s a romantic. Jolene and that Dusty cover are just the tip of his record collection. Don’t forget his country music.

From this Glastonbury show, Jack’s alright. But what about Meg?
- The Little Chicken

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality, stereo MP3s - sample rate of 192 kibit/s). As far as we can ascertain, none of these tracks have been officially released.

 
Track 01 Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground (5.0MB)
Track 02 Blue Orchid * (3.6MB)
Track 03 I Think I Smell A Rat (with Passive Manipulation - Music Man) (3.3MB)
Track 04 Let’s Shake Hands (3.6MB)
Track 05 The Nurse * (6.0MB)
Track 06 Hotel Yorba (3.0MB)
Track 07 Jolene [Dolly Parton cover) (4.8MB)
Track 08 Ball & Biscuit [first verse only] (1.8MB)
Track 09 My Doorbell * (5.4MB)
Track 10 Cannon/ Broken Bricks/ Cool Drink of Water Blues/ Ball & Biscuit (8.9MB)
Track 11 Passive Manipulation * (1.1MB)
Track 12 Same Boy You’ve Always Known (4.4MB)
Track 13 The Hardest Button To Button (5.4MB)
Track 14 We’re Going To Be Friends (3.7MB)
Track 15 Little Ghost * (4.0MB)
Track 16 Death Letter (11.1MB)
Track 17 I Just Don’t Know What To Do With Myself [Dusty Springfield cover] (7.1MB)
  Encore
Track 18 Screwdriver (7.1MB)
Track 19 Seven Nation Army (6.0MB)

* tracks from their Get Behind Me Satan album

Recorded from BBC2 TV direct to a standalone DVD recorder. Audio copied out with Cool Edit Pro II and amplified by 3dB.

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