Third Man Records/Columbia
7digital What we said: As an artist famed for his seemingly indefatigable work ethic, it might come as a shock to learn that Jack White was beset by writer’s block post-Blunderbuss. Of course, he still conquered his creative drought quicker than most – reportedly by revisiting the self-penned poems and plays of his youth – but that fleeting sense of jeopardy has subtly left its mark on Lazaretto. From incendiary instrumental ‘High Ball Stepper’ to the schizoid funk of the title track, White’s second solo set positively fizzes with nervous energy, and it makes for a thrilling listen.
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Would You Fight For My Love?
High Ball Stepper
Just One Drink
Alone In My Home
That Black Bat Licorice
I Think I Found The Culprit
Want and Able
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- © 2014 Third Man Records under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment