The Black Keys - Thickfreakness

The Black Keys - Thickfreakness
CRITIC SCORE
76
Based on 7 reviews
2003 Rank: #56 / 103
USER SCORE
81
Based on
26 ratings

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SiberianBreaks
73
A decent album by the Black Keys. It has the raw blues rock sound to it, but it sounds a bit derivative at times. Love that artwork though.

Favourite tracks: Thickfreakness, Everywhere I Go, Set You Free, Hold Me In Your Arms
74
Blues-influenced garage explosions so raw and so direct that seduce, immediately, the senses.
rapmartin12
70
Stand-out Tracks:
- Set You Free
- I Cry Alone
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DETAILS

RELEASED: April 8, 2003
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Fat Possum
PRODUCER: Patrick Carney
GENRE: Rock
WEBSITE: www.theblackkeys.com
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