On this episode of anniversary albums, we take a look at Detroit garage rock-revivalists the White Stripes third studio album ‘White Blood Cells’. Released in 2001, this record was very influential in the development of the garage rock scene of the early-2000’s, as well as helping to establish the White Stripes as a commercial band.
- – Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground
- – Hotel Yorba
- – I’m Finding It Harder to Be a Gentleman
- – Fell in Love with a Girl
- – Now Mary
- – Offend in Every Way