Black Keys

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Attack & Release
Audiophile - LP - 292476
Factory Sealed 2008 Half Speed Mastered Audiophile Quality Gatefold Vinyl. Produced By Danger Mouse! "Last Year, Gnarls Barkley's Sound Scientist, Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton, Asked The Black Keys To Write Songs For An Album By Ike Turner. When Turner Died In December, So Did The Project, But Its Ideas Took Root. Burton Was Drafted To Produce The Next Album By The Group From Akron, Ohio, And The Result Is The Keys' Most Multicolored Set: A Psychedelic Hybrid Of Vintage Southern R&B, Brutish British Invasion Rock, And Country Blues That Calls To Mind Race-Blurring Seventies Badasses Like Jim Ford And Tony Joe White. That's Great For The Keys, Who Are Often Obscured By The Shadow Of Fellow Midwestern Drums-And-Guitar Duo The White Stripes. Sure, Minimalist Stompers Like "I Got Mine" And "Remember When (Side B)," All Raw Rock Riffs And Cymbal Sizzles, Echo Early Jack 'N' Meg. But "Psychotic Girl" Is Something Else, With Its Banjo Opening And Spook-House Choir. Ditto The Memphis Soul Of "Lies" And "Oceans And Streams," Which Show Vocalist Dan Auerbach As A First-Rate Updater Of Old-School Tradition." - Will Heremes, Rolling Stone more
Attack & Release
New - LP - PRO 400033
Sealed 2008 White Label Promo In Die-Cut Cover. Extremely Limited Pressing Run. more
Big Come Up
New - LP - 0044
Sealed Limited Edition 180gm HQ Virgin Vinyl (Artificial Ring Wear On Jacket). "Rawboned Blues Duo The Black Keys Hail From Akron, Ohio, But A Listen To The Big Come Up Suggests The Keys May Have Been Raised By Mississippi Ridge-Runners. While Dan Auerbach's Overdriven Ax Is Powered By The Same Internal-Combustion Engine That Drove Blues Legends Junior Kimbrough And Fred Mcdowell, This Is No Po-Faced Retro Show. There's Wu-Tang Clan-Schooled Funk In Drummer Patrick Carney's Fatback Beats, And On The Cranked-Up 'Countdown,' Auerbach Suppresses A Sob With The Droll Closing Couplet, 'You Stole My Heart And Damn Near Drove Me Mad/I Gotta Get Back Home To My Mom And Dad.'...In A World Gone White Stripes Crazy, Save Room In Your Heart And LP Wallet For The Black Keys." - Peter Relic, Rolling Stone. more
Big Come Up
Colored Vinyl - 0044
2002 Limited Edition Clear Vinyl Pressing. Limited To 1000 Copies. Shrink Still Mostly Intact. "Rawboned Blues Duo The Black Keys Hail From Akron, Ohio, But A Listen To The Big Come Up Suggests The Keys May Have Been Raised By Mississippi Ridge-Runners. While Dan Auerbach's Overdriven Ax Is Powered By The Same Internal-Combustion Engine That Drove Blues Legends Junior Kimbrough And Fred Mcdowell, This Is No Po-Faced Retro Show. There's Wu-Tang Clan-Schooled Funk In Drummer Patrick Carney's Fatback Beats, And On The Cranked-Up 'Countdown,' Auerbach Suppresses A Sob With The Droll Closing Couplet, 'You Stole My Heart And Damn Near Drove Me Mad/I Gotta Get Back Home To My Mom And Dad.'...In A World Gone White Stripes Crazy, Save Room In Your Heart And LP Wallet For The Black Keys." - Peter Relic, Rolling Stone. more
Big Come Up
Colored Vinyl - 0044
Sealed Limited Edition Of 500 Pink Vinyl. "Rawboned Blues Duo The Black Keys Hail From Akron, Ohio, But A Listen To The Big Come Up Suggests The Keys May Have Been Raised By Mississippi Ridge-Runners. While Dan Auerbach's Overdriven Ax Is Powered By The Same Internal-Combustion Engine That Drove Blues Legends Junior Kimbrough And Fred Mcdowell, This Is No Po-Faced Retro Show. There's Wu-Tang Clan-Schooled Funk In Drummer Patrick Carney's Fatback Beats, And On The Cranked-Up 'Countdown,' Auerbach Suppresses A Sob With The Droll Closing Couplet, 'You Stole My Heart And Damn Near Drove Me Mad/I Gotta Get Back Home To My Mom And Dad.'...In A World Gone White Stripes Crazy, Save Room In Your Heart And LP Wallet For The Black Keys." - Peter Relic, Rolling Stone. more
Big Come Up
Colored Vinyl - ALIVE 0044
Limited Edition Clear Virgin Pressing Featuring Alternate Cover Art. New, Unplayed Condition. "Rawboned Blues Duo The Black Keys Hail From Akron, Ohio, But A Listen To The Big Come Up Suggests The Keys May Have Been Raised By Mississippi Ridge-Runners. While Dan Auerbach's Overdriven Ax Is Powered By The Same Internal-Combustion Engine That Drove Blues Legends Junior Kimbrough And Fred Mcdowell, This Is No Po-Faced Retro Show. There's Wu-Tang Clan-Schooled Funk In Drummer Patrick Carney's Fatback Beats, And On The Cranked-Up 'Countdown,' Auerbach Suppresses A Sob With The Droll Closing Couplet, 'You Stole My Heart And Damn Near Drove Me Mad/I Gotta Get Back Home To My Mom And Dad.'...In A World Gone White Stripes Crazy, Save Room In Your Heart And LP Wallet For The Black Keys." - Peter Relic, Rolling Stone. more
Brothers
New - LP - 520266
Sealed 2010 2LP With Bonus CD Version Of The Album. “Retreating From The Hazy Danger Mouse-Fueled Pot Dream Of Attack & Release, The Black Keys Headed Down To The Legendary Muscle Shoals, Recording Their Third Album On Their Own And Dubbing It Brothers. The Studio, Not To Mention The Artwork Patterned After Such Disregarded Chess Psychedelic-Era Relics As This Is Howlin’ Wolf’s New Album, Are Good Indications That The Tough Blues Band Of The Black Keys Earliest Records Is Back, But The Group Hasn’t Forgotten What They’ve Learned In Their Inwardly Psychedelic Mid-Period. Brothers Still Can Get Mighty Trippy -- The Swirling Chintzy Organ That Circles “The Only One,” The Baroque Harpsichord Flair Of “Too Afraid To Love You” -- But The Album Is Built With Blood And Dirt, So Its Wilder Moments Remain Gritty Without Being Earthbound. Sonically, That Scuffed-Up Spaciness -- The Open Air Created By The Fuzz Guitars And Phasing, Analog Keyboards, And Cavernous Drums -- Is Considerably Appealing, But The Black Keys Ace In The Hole Remains The Exceptional Songwriting Dan Auerbach And Patrick Carney Are So Good At As They Twist A Gary Glitter Stomp Into Swamp Fuzz Blues, Steal A Title From Archie Bell & The Drells But Never Reference That Classic Tighten Up Groove, Or Approximate A Slow ‘60s Soul Crawl On “Unknown Brother” And Follow It Up With A Version Of Jerry Butler’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” And It’s Nearly Impossible To Tell Which Is The Cover. And That’s The Great Thing About The Black Keys In General And Brothers In Particular: The Past And Present Intermingle So Thoroughly That They Blur, Yet There’s No Affect, Just Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Brothers
New - LP - 520266
Sealed 2010 2LP With Giant Sized Poster. “Retreating From The Hazy Danger Mouse-Fueled Pot Dream Of Attack & Release, The Black Keys Headed Down To The Legendary Muscle Shoals, Recording Their Third Album On Their Own And Dubbing It Brothers. The Studio, Not To Mention The Artwork Patterned After Such Disregarded Chess Psychedelic-Era Relics As This Is Howlin’ Wolf’s New Album, Are Good Indications That The Tough Blues Band Of The Black Keys Earliest Records Is Back, But The Group Hasn’t Forgotten What They’ve Learned In Their Inwardly Psychedelic Mid-Period. Brothers Still Can Get Mighty Trippy -- The Swirling Chintzy Organ That Circles “The Only One,” The Baroque Harpsichord Flair Of “Too Afraid To Love You” -- But The Album Is Built With Blood And Dirt, So Its Wilder Moments Remain Gritty Without Being Earthbound. Sonically, That Scuffed-Up Spaciness -- The Open Air Created By The Fuzz Guitars And Phasing, Analog Keyboards, And Cavernous Drums -- Is Considerably Appealing, But The Black Keys Ace In The Hole Remains The Exceptional Songwriting Dan Auerbach And Patrick Carney Are So Good At As They Twist A Gary Glitter Stomp Into Swamp Fuzz Blues, Steal A Title From Archie Bell & The Drells But Never Reference That Classic Tighten Up Groove, Or Approximate A Slow ‘60s Soul Crawl On “Unknown Brother” And Follow It Up With A Version Of Jerry Butler’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” And It’s Nearly Impossible To Tell Which Is The Cover. And That’s The Great Thing About The Black Keys In General And Brothers In Particular: The Past And Present Intermingle So Thoroughly That They Blur, Yet There’s No Affect, Just Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG more
Brothers
New - LP - 520266
Sealed 2010 2LP Original Gatefold Presssing. Custom 2LP Hype Sticker On Front. Can't Confirm If It Contains Poster. Tiny Top Right Bump. “Retreating From The Hazy Danger Mouse-Fueled Pot Dream Of Attack & Release, The Black Keys Headed Down To The Legendary Muscle Shoals, Recording Their Third Album On Their Own And Dubbing It Brothers. The Studio, Not To Mention The Artwork Patterned After Such Disregarded Chess Psychedelic-Era Relics As This Is Howlin’ Wolf’s New Album, Are Good Indications That The Tough Blues Band Of The Black Keys Earliest Records Is Back, But The Group Hasn’t Forgotten What They’ve Learned In Their Inwardly Psychedelic Mid-Period. Brothers Still Can Get Mighty Trippy -- The Swirling Chintzy Organ That Circles “The Only One,” The Baroque Harpsichord Flair Of “Too Afraid To Love You” -- But The Album Is Built With Blood And Dirt, So Its Wilder Moments Remain Gritty Without Being Earthbound. Sonically, That Scuffed-Up Spaciness -- The Open Air Created By The Fuzz Guitars And Phasing, Analog Keyboards, And Cavernous Drums -- Is Considerably Appealing, But The Black Keys Ace In The Hole Remains The Exceptional Songwriting Dan Auerbach And Patrick Carney Are So Good At As They Twist A Gary Glitter Stomp Into Swamp Fuzz Blues, Steal A Title From Archie Bell & The Drells But Never Reference That Classic Tighten Up Groove, Or Approximate A Slow ‘60s Soul Crawl On “Unknown Brother” And Follow It Up With A Version Of Jerry Butler’s “Never Gonna Give You Up,” And It’s Nearly Impossible To Tell Which Is The Cover. And That’s The Great Thing About The Black Keys In General And Brothers In Particular: The Past And Present Intermingle So Thoroughly That They Blur, Yet There’s No Affect, Just Three Hundred Pounds Of Joy.” - Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG. more
Brothers
New - CD - 523994-2
Sealed Limited Deluxe Edition CD Housed In A 10" Hard Cover Photo Book Cover. more
Brothers
New - LP - 526426-1
Sealed 2010 Record Store Day Exclusive Numbered, Limited Edition 2LP 180gm HQ 45rpm Set Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. This Is Low Number 00595. Pristine Copy. Includes Bonus 45rpm 10 Inch With Six Unreleased Performances, Plus Giant Poster. more
Chulahoma
New - LP - FP 1032-1
Sealed 2016 Repress With Custom Sticker Over Shrink. Recorded By The Band In Their Own Akron, Ohio Studio, The Black Keys Epitomize DIY. Chulahoma Is A Collection Of Songs That Were Originally Written By The Late Junior Kimbrough, Reworked And Recorded, The Keys Capture The Very Essence Of Junior's Style Better Than Any Other Musician Today. Roomy And Sparse In Production, The Drums/Guitar Duo Fill Out Every Inch Of These Songs With Distorted Guitar And Drums And Dan's Soulful Vocals. more
Chulahoma-The Songs Of Junior Kimbrough
New - LP - 67981
Sealed 2006 180gm Original With Custom Sticker Over Shrink. Recorded By The Band In Their Own Akron, Ohio Studio, The Black Keys Epitomize DIY. Chulahoma Is A Collection Of Songs That Were Originally Written By The Late Junior Kimbrough, Reworked And Recorded, The Keys Capture The Very Essence Of Junior's Style Better Than Any Other Musician Today. Roomy And Sparse In Production, The Drums/Guitar Duo Fill Out Every Inch Of These Songs With Distorted Guitar And Drums And Dan's Soulful Vocals. more
Chulahoma-The Songs Of Junior Kimbrough
Picture Disc - 10323
New, Unplayed Out Of Print 2006 Picture Disc Housed In A Clear Sleeve With 2 Custom Stickers. Recorded By The Band In Their Own Akron, Ohio Studio, The Black Keys Epitomize DIY. Chulahoma Is A Collection Of Songs That Were Originally Written By The Late Junior Kimbrough, Reworked And Recorded, The Keys Capture The Very Essence Of Junior's Style Better Than Any Other Musician Today. Roomy And Sparse In Production, The Drums/Guitar Duo Fill Out Every Inch Of These Songs With Distorted Guitar And Drums And Dan's Soulful Vocals. more
Chulahoma-The Songs Of Junior Kimbrough
New - LP - 67981
Sealed 2006 180gm Original With Album Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Delta Kream
New - LP - 075597916881
Sealed 2021 2LP Original, On Standard Black Vinyl. "While The Black Keys Have Dipped Into Their Love Of Mississippi Blues In The Past, They Bring Their Fascination With The Delta Roots Sounds To The Fore With Their Heartfelt 2021 Covers Project Delta Kream. Named After The Iconic William Eggleston Photo That Adorns The Album Cover, The Record Finds The Duo Of Singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney Putting Their Distinctive, Garage Rock Stamp Onto Songs By Such Mississippi Blues Legends As Junior Kimbrough, R.l. Burnside, And Mississippi Fred Mcdowell. Reinterpreting The Work Of Landmark Southern Black Artists Is A Tricky Proposition For Most Bands, Let Alone A Group Of White Indie Rockers Like The Akron, Ohio-bred/nashville-based Black Keys. Thankfully, While It's Somewhat Looser And More Low-key Than The Group's Sonically Ambitious Studio Efforts, Delta Kream Percolates With A Respect For The Source Material. Recorded With No Rehearsal Over A Sweaty Ten-hour Session, The Set Works As A Spiritual Follow-up To Their Similarly Inclined 2006 Tribute Ep Chulahoma: The Songs Of Junior Kimbrough. However, Where That Release Found Them Sticking To Their Nervy Two-person Lineup, Here They've Expanded Their Approach, Bringing Along Guitarist Kenny Brown And Bassist Eric Deaton, Both Longtime Burnside And Kimbrough Associates. Also On Board Is Auxiliary Percussionist Sam Bacco And Regular Jd Mcpherson Pianist/organist Ray Jacildo. Their Presence Adds A Level Of Legit, Whiskey-soaked Virtuosity To The Black Keys' Sound. As A Singer, Auerbach's Nasally Midwestern Yawp Is A Good Fit For The Mississippi Blues Style, And Together With This Bolstered Black Keys Lineup It Evokes The '70s Southern Rock And Blues Of Artists Like The Allman Brothers And Peter Green. Kicking Off The Album Is The Duo's Rendition Of The Classic John Lee Hooker And Big Joe Williams Track "Crawling Kingsnake." Swampy, Yet Vibrating With A Dreamy Psychedelic Quality, The Song Perfectly Sets Up What Is To Come. Equally Engaging Is Their Slide Guitar-accented Take On Burnside's "Poor Boy A Long Way From Home" And Their Woozy, Meditative Reading Of Kimbrough's "Walk With Me." Laconic And Acidly Textured, Delta Kream Is A Perfect Balance Of The Black Keys' Lo-fi Swagger And Keen Ear For The Mississippi Blues Traditions That Inspired It." AMG Review By Matt Collar. more
Dropout Boogie
New Import - 075597913576
Sealed 2022 EU Import. "Dropout Boogie Follows Quickly On The Heels Of Delta Kream, The 2021 Blues Covers Album By The Black Keys, Which Itself Wasn't Far Removed From Let's Rock, The 2019 LP That Announced Their Return To Action After A Half-Decade Hiatus. Such A Flurry Of Activity Is Not Uncommon For Either Member Of The Duo, Whether Together Or Apart, Yet It Does Suggest Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney Have Revived The Spark That Waned Somewhere In The Mid-2010s. Certainly, Dropout Boogie Feels Open And Lively In A Way The Black Keys Haven't In A While. Maintaining The Lean, Efficient Contours Of Let's Rock -- Once Again, Nearly All Of The Songs Clock In Well Under Four Minutes -- The Black Keys Jam A Bunch Of Sounds And Ideas Into These Tight Spaces, Finding Fresh Spins On Their Blues Boogie, Throwback Soul, Retro-pop, And Arena Psychedelia. The Band Also Have Found Space For A Number Of Collaborations, Too, Inviting Zz Top's Billy F. Gibbons To Lend His Signature Snarl On "Good Love" And Enlisting Greg Cartwright Of Reigning Sound And Angelo Petraglia Of Kings Of Leon To Round Out "Wild Child." Ironically, "Wild Child" Is One Of The Few Songs That Feels Relatively Self-contained On Dropout Boogie, As If They Were Consciously Channeling The Spirit Of "Lonely Boy." Elsewhere, The Black Keys Have Figured Out Ways To Open Up Their Trademarks, Such As When The Delta Shuffle Of "For The Love Of Money" Gives Way To Swirling Vocal Harmonies, Or How "Baby I'm Coming Home" Flips A Nod To The Allman Brothers Band's "Midnight Rider" Into Aor Territory, Or How The Mellow Groove On "How Long" Gets Accentuated By Gently Psychedelic Flair. As The Record Swiftly Spins Through These Production And Melodic Hooks, It Gives The Impression Of A Jukebox Filled With A Bunch Of Excavated Gems, And That's Not A Bad Comfort Zone For The Black Keys At All." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Dropout Boogie
New - LP - 075597913576
Sealed 2022 Original, Standard Black Vinyl. Their Tenth Studio Outing. "Dropout Boogie Follows Quickly On The Heels Of Delta Kream, The 2021 Blues Covers Album By The Black Keys, Which Itself Wasn't Far Removed From Let's Rock, The 2019 Lp That Announced Their Return To Action After A Half-decade Hiatus. Such A Flurry Of Activity Is Not Uncommon For Either Member Of The Duo, Whether Together Or Apart, Yet It Does Suggest Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney Have Revived The Spark That Waned Somewhere In The Mid-2010s. Certainly, Dropout Boogie Feels Open And Lively In A Way The Black Keys Haven't In A While. Maintaining The Lean, Efficient Contours Of Let's Rock -- Once Again, Nearly All Of The Songs Clock In Well Under Four Minutes -- The Black Keys Jam A Bunch Of Sounds And Ideas Into These Tight Spaces, Finding Fresh Spins On Their Blues Boogie, Throwback Soul, Retro-pop, And Arena Psychedelia. The Band Also Have Found Space For A Number Of Collaborations, Too, Inviting Zz Top's Billy F. Gibbons To Lend His Signature Snarl On "Good Love" And Enlisting Greg Cartwright Of Reigning Sound And Angelo Petraglia Of Kings Of Leon To Round Out "Wild Child." Ironically, "Wild Child" Is One Of The Few Songs That Feels Relatively Self-contained On Dropout Boogie, As If They Were Consciously Channeling The Spirit Of "Lonely Boy." Elsewhere, The Black Keys Have Figured Out Ways To Open Up Their Trademarks, Such As When The Delta Shuffle Of "For The Love Of Money" Gives Way To Swirling Vocal Harmonies, Or How "Baby I'm Coming Home" Flips A Nod To The Allman Brothers Band's "Midnight Rider" Into Aor Territory, Or How The Mellow Groove On "How Long" Gets Accentuated By Gently Psychedelic Flair. As The Record Swiftly Spins Through These Production And Melodic Hooks, It Gives The Impression Of A Jukebox Filled With A Bunch Of Excavated Gems, And That's Not A Bad Comfort Zone For The Black Keys At All." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. Red Van Cover! more
El Camino
Box Set - 075597914368
Sealed 2021, 10th Anniversary Super Deluxe Limited Edition, Number19881 Box Set. Includes Limited Edition Poster, Lithograph & "New Car Scent" Air Freshener. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. White Van Cover. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. White Van Cover. more
El Camino
New - LP - 530454-1
Factory Sealed 2012 Record Store Day Only, Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 2LP With Bonus 45rpm And Giant Poster. Numbered #2293. more
El Camino
New - LP - 530454-1
Factory Sealed 2012 Record Store Day Only, Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 2LP With Bonus 45rpm And Giant Poster. This Is Low Number 000528. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. Blue Van Cover. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. Blue Van Cover. more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. Red Van Cover! more
El Camino
New Import - 075597914382
Sealed 2021 10th Anniversary 3LP Remastered Deluxe Edition. Housed In A Beautiful Tri-Fold Cover, That Includes A Limited Edition Poster & A Previously Unreleased Live Recording From Portland, Maine. Red Van Cover! more
El Camino
New - LP - 529099
Sealed 2011 Gatefold Original. Includes CD Version Of The Album And A Giant Fold Out Poster. more
El Camino
New - LP - 530454
Factory Sealed 2012 Record Store Day Only, Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 2LP With Bonus 45rpm And Giant Poster Housed In A Silver Foil Gatefold Cover. This Is Number 006224. more
El Camino
Used - LP - 530454
2012 Record Store Day Only, Limited Edition, Numbered 45rpm 2LP Foil Gatefold With Bonus 7 Inch 45rpm And Giant Poster. This Is Number 002452. Open Copy With The Original Outer Baggy. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. more
Let's Rock
New - LP - 591591-1
Sealed 2019 Release. The Long-Awaited Ninth Album Of The Black Keys, Let's Rock, The Band's First In Five Years, Is A Return To The Straightforward Rock Of Singer/Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney's Early Days. Auerbach Says, "When We're Together We Are The Black Keys, That's Where That Real Magic Is, And Always Has Been Since We Were Sixteen." The 12-Track Collection Was Written, Tracked Live, And Produced By Auerbach And Carney At Easy Eye Sound Studio In Nashville And Features Backing Vocals From Leisa Hans And Ashley Wilcoxson. "The Record Is Like An Homage To Electric Guitar," Adds Carney. more
Let's Rock
Used Import - 591591-1
2019 Original Release, Still In Shrink. Comes With Complete Sticker Sheet. The Long-Awaited Ninth Album Of The Black Keys, Let's Rock, The Band's First In Five Years, Is A Return To The Straightforward Rock Of Singer/Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney's Early Days. Auerbach Says, "When We're Together We Are The Black Keys, That's Where That Real Magic Is, And Always Has Been Since We Were Sixteen." The 12-Track Collection Was Written, Tracked Live, And Produced By Auerbach And Carney At Easy Eye Sound Studio In Nashville And Features Backing Vocals From Leisa Hans And Ashley Wilcoxson. "The Record Is Like An Homage To Electric Guitar," Adds Carney. more
Let's Rock
Used Import - 591591-1
2019 European Import Original, On Limited Edition Red Vinyl. Open, Still In Shrink. Comes With Complete Sticker Sheet. The Long-Awaited Ninth Album Of The Black Keys, Let's Rock, The Band's First In Five Years, Is A Return To The Straightforward Rock Of Singer/Guitarist Dan Auerbach And Drummer Patrick Carney's Early Days. Auerbach Says, "When We're Together We Are The Black Keys, That's Where That Real Magic Is, And Always Has Been Since We Were Sixteen." The 12-Track Collection Was Written, Tracked Live, And Produced By Auerbach And Carney At Easy Eye Sound Studio In Nashville And Features Backing Vocals From Leisa Hans And Ashley Wilcoxson. "The Record Is Like An Homage To Electric Guitar," Adds Carney. more
Lonely Boy
New - 12 - 529101
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 12" Single Produced By Danger Mouse & The Black Keys. Has A Reverse Groove, So It Plays Inside-Out. Title Track B/W "Run Right Back." more
Magic Potion
New - LP - 79967
Sealed 2006 180gm HQ First Pressing. Magic Potion Is Gritty, Raw, Immediate And Sludgy. It Was Recorded At The Band's Studios In Akron, And The Only Real Difference Wth Their Earlier Albums Is That They've Become Even Better At What They Do. Here Are 11 Tunes Rooted In Blues And Riff-Heavy Rock, With Only Guitar And Drums Ripping Through Them Like A Loose Power Cable In A Thunderstorm. Check Out The Wildly Rockist Riff That Is At The Heart Of The Album's Opener "Just Got To Be," Or The Wily Shambolic Blues In "Your Touch." If Anything, Magic Potion Reminds The Listener Of The Late Great Red Devils King King Except They Have A Deeper Country, South-Of-The-Mason-Dixon-Line Feel To Them, Even On A Ballad Such As "You're The One," Which Feels Like It's Barely Being Held Together By Dan Auerbach's Voice, Which Unifies The Guitar And Patrick Carney's Drums. "Strange Desire" Is An Electric-Acid-Blues Moan Disguised As A Ballad, Whereas "Just A Little Heat" Inverts The Riff From Led Zeppelin's "Little Loving Maid " To Offer A Wide-Open Howl Of Distorted Guitar And A Slippery Snare And Cymbals Crash. For Those Who Feel That The Blues Have Nothing To Offer In The 21st Century — Especially Electric Blues, Which Has Spawned Countless Cookie-Cutter, Slick Deceptions Disguised As The Real Thing — Magic Potion Should Satisfy Deeply. more
Magic Potion
New - LP - 79967
Sealed 2006 Original. Magic Potion Is Gritty, Raw, Immediate And Sludgy. It Was Recorded At The Band's Studios In Akron, And The Only Real Difference Wth Their Earlier Albums Is That They've Become Even Better At What They Do. Here Are 11 Tunes Rooted In Blues And Riff-Heavy Rock, With Only Guitar And Drums Ripping Through Them Like A Loose Power Cable In A Thunderstorm. Check Out The Wildly Rockist Riff That Is At The Heart Of The Album's Opener "Just Got To Be," Or The Wily Shambolic Blues In "Your Touch." If Anything, Magic Potion Reminds The Listener Of The Late Great Red Devils King King Except They Have A Deeper Country, South-Of-The-Mason-Dixon-Line Feel To Them, Even On A Ballad Such As "You're The One," Which Feels Like It's Barely Being Held Together By Dan Auerbach's Voice, Which Unifies The Guitar And Patrick Carney's Drums. "Strange Desire" Is An Electric-Acid-Blues Moan Disguised As A Ballad, Whereas "Just A Little Heat" Inverts The Riff From Led Zeppelin's "Little Loving Maid " To Offer A Wide-Open Howl Of Distorted Guitar And A Slippery Snare And Cymbals Crash. For Those Who Feel That The Blues Have Nothing To Offer In The 21st Century — Especially Electric Blues, Which Has Spawned Countless Cookie-Cutter, Slick Deceptions Disguised As The Real Thing — Magic Potion Should Satisfy Deeply. more
Magic Potion
New - LP - 79967-1
Sealed Latest 180gm Repress, Sealed In Looser Outer Baggy With Perforated Edge. Magic Potion Is Gritty, Raw, Immediate And Sludgy. It Was Recorded At The Band's Studios In Akron, And The Only Real Difference Wth Their Earlier Albums Is That They've Become Even Better At What They Do. Here Are 11 Tunes Rooted In Blues And Riff-Heavy Rock, With Only Guitar And Drums Ripping Through Them Like A Loose Power Cable In A Thunderstorm. Check Out The Wildly Rockist Riff That Is At The Heart Of The Album's Opener "Just Got To Be," Or The Wily Shambolic Blues In "Your Touch." If Anything, Magic Potion Reminds The Listener Of The Late Great Red Devils King King Except They Have A Deeper Country, South-Of-The-Mason-Dixon-Line Feel To Them, Even On A Ballad Such As "You're The One," Which Feels Like It's Barely Being Held Together By Dan Auerbach's Voice, Which Unifies The Guitar And Patrick Carney's Drums. "Strange Desire" Is An Electric-Acid-Blues Moan Disguised As A Ballad, Whereas "Just A Little Heat" Inverts The Riff From Led Zeppelin's "Little Loving Maid " To Offer A Wide-Open Howl Of Distorted Guitar And A Slippery Snare And Cymbals Crash. For Those Who Feel That The Blues Have Nothing To Offer In The 21st Century — Especially Electric Blues, Which Has Spawned Countless Cookie-Cutter, Slick Deceptions Disguised As The Real Thing — Magic Potion Should Satisfy Deeply. more
Rubber Factory
New - LP - 45778
Sealed 2004 Vinyl. Top Recommendation-One Of The Top Few Rock Albums Of 2004. more
Rubber Factory
New - LP - 80379
Sealed 2004 Album With MP3 Download Code. Limited Edition 180gm Pressing. more
Rubber Factory
Picture Disc - New - 80379-3
New, Unplayed Out Of Print Picture Disc Issue Of The 2004 Album In A Clear Plastic Sleeve. more
Rubber Factory
New - LP - 80379-1
Sealed, Limited Edition 2011 180gm Reissue Of The 2004 Album. Highly Recommended. more
The Big Come Up
New - LP - 0044-1
Sealed 2008 Yellow Vinyl Limited Release Of 500. more
The Big Come Up
New - LP - ALIVE 0044-1
Sealed 180gm Limited Edition, Latest Issue. Black Vinyl. "As Minimal Two-man Blues-rock Bands Go, This Has To Be Near The Top Of The Heap. The Problem With Minimal Two-man Blues-rock Outfits (And There Have Been More Of Them Than You Think) Is That They're, Well, Usually Too Minimal, With Thin Garage Sound And A Shortage Of Variety. The Black Keys' Sound, Impressively, Is Not Too Thin (Though It Is Garage-ish), And There's Enough Deft Incorporation Of Funk, Soul, And Hard Rock Into The Harsh Juke Joint-ish Core To Avoid Monotony. Most Importantly, Dan Auerbach Has A Genuinely Fine, Powerful Blues Voice, Sometimes Approximating A White, Slightly Smoother Howlin' Wolf (Particularly On The Opener, "Busted"). Auerbach's A Good Guitarist, Too, Conjuring Suitably Harsh And Busy (And Sometimes Heavily Reverbed) Riffs Out Of What Sounds Like A Cheap But Effectively Harsh Amp. Patrick Carney's Drums Might Be The Cruder Component Of This Two-man Band, But They Keep The Sound Earthy Without Sounding Sloppily Punkish For The Hell Of It, As Too Many Such Groups Searching For The Blues-punk Fusion Do. The Very Occasional Insertion Of Hip-hop Snippets Seems Neither Here Nor There, And The Cover Of The Beatles' "She Said, She Said" Seems Like An Odd Choice. But Overall It's Quite Cool Raunchy Electric Blues With More Vigor And Imagination Than Similarly Raw, Elderly Southern Juke Joint Artists Who Came Into Vogue Starting In The 1990s. And It's Way Fresher Than The Standard Bar Band Blues-rockers With Slicker Execution And More Reverence For Blues Clichés." AMG Review By Richie Unterberger. more
The Big Come Up
Colored Vinyl - New - ALIVE 0044-1
Sealed 2017 Repress Of The Bands 2002 Debut Album On Limited Edition Hand Mixed Starburst Vinyl. more
Thickfreakness
New - LP - 80371-1
Sealed, Latest Press Of The 2015 Reissue With Fat Possum Hype Sticker. "Akron Has Spawned The Most Compelling Two-Piece, Hyper-Primitive, Blues-Based Rock Band Of The Last Five Years. This Is One Of The Five Best Records Of 2002, And Bass Players Everywhere Should Continue To Grow Nervous." - Chuck Klosterman, The Village Voice. more
Thickfreakness
New - LP - 80371
Sealed 2003 Vinyl. "Akron Has Spawned The Most Compelling Two-Piece, Hyper-Primitive, Blues-Based Rock Band Of The Last Five Years. This Is One Of The Five Best Records Of 2002, And Bass Players Everywhere Should Continue To Grow Nervous." - Chuck Klosterman, The Village Voice. more
Thickfreakness
New - LP - 80371
Sealed Out Of Print Limited Edition 180gm Pressing With MP3 Download Code. "Akron Has Spawned The Most Compelling Two-Piece, Hyper-Primitive, Blues-Based Rock Band Of The Last Five Years. This Is One Of The Five Best Records Of 2002, And Bass Players Everywhere Should Continue To Grow Nervous." - Chuck Klosterman, The Village Voice. more
Thickfreakness
New - LP - 80371-1
Sealed 2015 Reissue. "Akron Has Spawned The Most Compelling Two-Piece, Hyper-Primitive, Blues-Based Rock Band Of The Last Five Years. This Is One Of The Five Best Records Of 2002, And Bass Players Everywhere Should Continue To Grow Nervous." - Chuck Klosterman, The Village Voice. more
Tighten Up
New - 12 - 524167
Sealed Limited Edition Record Store Day 12" Single Housed In A Custom Die Cut Sleeve With Two Faux Retro Stickers. Title Track B/W "Howlin' For You." more
Tighten Up
Used - 12 - 524167
2010 Limited Edition Record Store Day 12" Single Housed In A Custom Die Cut Sleeve With Two Faux Retro Stickers On The Shrink Wrap. Title Track B/W "Howlin' For You." Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Turn Blue
New - LP - 542300
Sealed 2014 Original. Includes Bonus CD Of The Album. Their Second Outing Co-Produced By Danger Mouse. more

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