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The Black Keys - El Camino
Singer:
The Black Keys
Album:
El Camino
Style:
Alternative Rock, Blues Rock, Lo-Fi, Indie Rock, Garage Rock
Released:
2011
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1512 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1192 mb
WMA vers. size:
1905 mb
Other formats
MIDI MP1 MOD MP3 AUD WMA XM
Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
473

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Tracklist

1 Lonely Boy 3:13
2 Dead And Gone 3:41
3 Gold On The Ceiling 3:44
4 Little Black Submarines 4:11
5 Money Maker 2:57
6 Run Right Back 3:11
7 Sister 3:25
8 Hell Of A Season 3:45
9 Stop Stop 3:30
10 Nova Baby 3:27
11 Mind Eraser 3:15

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nonesuch Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Nonesuch Records Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Michael Carney
  • Published By – McMoore McLesst Publishing
  • Recorded At – Easy Eye Sound
  • Mastered At – Magic Garden Mastering
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA – X36795

Credits

  • Art Direction, Photography By – Michael Carney
  • Engineer – Kennie Takahashi
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Collin Dupuis
  • Keyboards [Additional Keyboards] – B. Burton*
  • Management – John Peets, Q Prime, Inc.*
  • Mastered By – Brian Lucey
  • Mixed By – Tchad Blake (tracks: 2 to 11), Tom Elmhirst (tracks: 1)
  • Mixed By [Assistant] – Ben Baptie (tracks: 1)
  • Performer – The Black Keys
  • Producer – Danger Mouse, The Black Keys
  • Vocals [Additional Vocals] – Ashley Wilcoxson, Heather Rigdon, Leisa Hans
  • Written-By – B. Burton*, D. Auerbach*, P. Carney*

Notes

Packaged in a four-panel gatefold card sleeve.

All photographs by Michael Carney © 2011
Management: John Peets at Q Prime Inc.

℗ & © 2011 Nonesuch Records Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 75597 96331 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): X36795 1 529099-2 TEXT 01 M1S17
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): X36795 1 529099-2 TEXT 01 M1S6
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): X36795 1 529099-2 TEXT 01 M1S10
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 4): X36795 1 529099-2 TEXT 01 M1S7
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1-4): ifpi L902
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 2U3P
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 2UA3
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): IFPI 2U8J
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 4): IFPI 2U3S
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The Black Keys El Camino ‎(11xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Nonesuch none US 2011
529099-2 The Black Keys El Camino ‎(CD, Album) Nonesuch 529099-2 Argentina 2011
530454-1 The Black Keys El Camino ‎(2x12", Album, 180 + 7" + CD, Album + Num, S/Editio) Nonesuch 530454-1 UK, Europe & US 2012
529099-1 The Black Keys El Camino ‎(LP, Album + CD, Album) Nonesuch 529099-1 US 2011
7559796331 The Black Keys El Camino ‎(CD, Album, RP) Nonesuch 7559796331 Brazil 2015


The Black Keys - El Camino - free download

  • Jerdodov
I've bought two different versions (Std. Ed. and 2xLP) and both have been warped pretty bad. Anyone else have this problem?
  • EROROHALO
Gone a bit poppy, clap, clap clap, clap, clap clap, and I'm not not feeling it, this is a long way from where they started, and more than a little boring. Has anyone else noticed the similarity between "Little Black Submarines" and "Stairway to Heaven"?
  • Winawel
The is one of those albums that will go into my gems list. Literally every song is awesome. Hope these guys are around for long time!
  • Jarortr
I got interested in the Black Keys, because of Auerbach's role in Dr. John's recent LP, which was almost as good as the latter's Tribal from two years ago. I saw El Camino many times, but I was deterred by the inflated prices charged for a new record. Now, listening to my first Black Keys record for the first time, I have to admit I do not understand the fuss about the band. Some of the music is good, Nova Baby is boring AOR, some of the song writing is fine, but on the whole, it sounds like a good punchy Detroit version of T. Rex, which is ok, if it wasn't for the superfluous attention and reverence paid to this music.Despite being somebody who considers individual access to cars being a global pestilence rather than a blessing, I think the artwork - cars parked only devour space and no other precious resources such as silence, fuels and cleaner environments - as the best factor of this album.3/5 is ok.A double vinyl version is utterly superfluous, only required to familiarize lads in their mid-twenties with the idea of long term investments, thus acting as a preparing step before their capital is directly relayed into the stock market.