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  1. Samuktilar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Blue Vinyl release of First Peel Session on Discogs/5(6).
  2. Mikadal says:
    This was the first session for the John Peel Show on BBC Radio 1, recorded at BBC Maida Vale Studios, London, UK, 25th of July Barcode and Other Identifiers Barcode: 6 /5(6).
  3. Mugal says:
    Peel Session 1 Setlist: Let’s Shake Hands When I Hear My Name Jolene Death Letter Cannon Astro Jack the Ripper Hotel Yorba I’m Finding It Harder to .
  4. Zujora says:
    The White Stripes is the debut studio album by American rock duo the White Stripes, released on June 15, The album was produced by Jim Diamond and vocalist/guitarist Jack White, recorded in January at Ghetto Recorders and Third Man Studios in clearcontholzringtima.ovgracilachgalreheartfolrearthbeslustphe.co dedicated the album to deceased blues musician Son HouseGenre: Blues rock, garage rock revival, punk blues.
  5. Taktilar says:
    The first-ever official release of The White Stripes Peel Sessions on 2 stuffed-to-the-brim discs. Capturing Jack and Meg at the precipice of international renown in the hubbub of “White Blood Cells," their two live sessions with famed BBC DJ John Peel are arguably the best document of the White Stripes at that time.
  6. Meztijar says:
    Baby, let's shake hands. Oh, let's be friends. Oh, baby, let's be friends. I can't come up with a better plan, So put your fingers in my hand, Baby, let's be friends. Oh, say my name. Oh, baby, say my name. Well, you can do what you want to do, You can throw it in the garbage can, But just say my name.
  7. Duramar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the White Vinyl release of The Complete John Peel Sessions on Discogs. Label: Third Man Records - TMR • Format: Vinyl LP WhiteVinyl LP RedAll Media Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock.
  8. Yozshuran says:
    The White Stripes - 'Seven Nation Army' Eye-popping video to the Stripes' last FF entry:The duo had a total of eight FF entries. Three songs came from White Blood Cells and two from Elephant, and two of the tracks from Cells charted again when re-released as singles. Also an eight entered Dandelion's Radio Festive Fifty in with the track Icky Thump.

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