- Record Label: Warner Bros.
- Release Date: Mar 16, 2010
Under Great White Northern Lights would be a funny postscript. It's not particularly revelatory, less cohesive a concert film that Under Blackpool Lights, and in no way intimates that the band was about to go into hiatus. Really, it serves, more than anything else, as a reminder of just how singularly odd the White Stripes are, and how boring things are without them around.
Sep 7, 2011Some of the best solos of all time are in this album! Now that I own every one of The White Stripes' albums I will certainly cherish this bandSome of the best solos of all time are in this album! Now that I own every one of The White Stripes' albums I will certainly cherish this band and their arts to the day I die!… Expand
DerekS.Mar 17, 2010The DVD and CD combo pack is well worth the money if you're a fan of the White Stripes for the last scene alone.
BlairElizabethMar 17, 2010The White Stripes are absolutely amazing. If you like good music, listen to AER radio on aertalk.com. It's amazing!
Feb 12, 2011Truly gives great insight into the operations of the band, both before, during, and after shows. It's great to see a band not just do a showTruly gives great insight into the operations of the band, both before, during, and after shows. It's great to see a band not just do a show and then leave, and I promise that you will gain a lot more respect for The White Stripes, whether you love them or you hate them, after watching what they do in this film.… Expand
CodyTMar 18, 2010BRILLIANT live documentation of the Stripes. However, as a standalone live album this isn't their finest hour. Plenty of other live BRILLIANT live documentation of the Stripes. However, as a standalone live album this isn't their finest hour. Plenty of other live shows of theirs, well known bootlegs among diehard fans, offer more than this mixed bag does. You;re better off downloading the Orpheum 2004 performance or even the Glastonbury 2005 show.… Expand
Published: May 11, 2010"Sea of Cowards," the latest album from Jack White's side project The Dead Weather, is out this week. How does it compare to White's other albums, including output from The White Stripes and The Raconteurs?
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