Limited edition double vinyl LP set including CD. On Attack and Release, Danger Mouse is more creative coconspirator than traditional figure behind the boards. He doesn't radically alter the duo 's sound so much as coax out more of it's inherent soulfulness, groove and bittersweet emotion. Two versions of 'Remember When' illustrate how the duo can swing easily from smoldering ballad to thrashing rocker. I'm more pleased with the sound of this record than any one we've ever made,' says Carney, and Auerbach concurs: 'We never let it all go like we did for this one, anything was game. It was just fun to make, and that's why I think it's so successful.'
Limited edition double vinyl LP set including CD. On Attack and Release, Danger Mouse is more creative coconspirator than traditional figure behind the boards. He doesn't radically alter the duo 's sound so much as coax out more of it's inherent soulfulness, groove and bittersweet emotion. Two versions of 'Remember When' illustrate how the duo can swing easily from smoldering ballad to thrashing rocker. I'm more pleased with the sound of this record than any one we've ever made,' says Carney, and Auerbach concurs: 'We never let it all go like we did for this one, anything was game. It was just fun to make, and that's why I think it's so successful.'
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Format: Vinyl
Label: NONESUCH
Catalog: 292476
Rel. Date: 04/01/2008
UPC: 075597994087

Attack & Release (Bonus Cd)
Artist: The Black Keys
Format: Vinyl
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Limited edition double vinyl LP set including CD. On Attack and Release, Danger Mouse is more creative coconspirator than traditional figure behind the boards. He doesn't radically alter the duo 's sound so much as coax out more of it's inherent soulfulness, groove and bittersweet emotion. Two versions of 'Remember When' illustrate how the duo can swing easily from smoldering ballad to thrashing rocker. I'm more pleased with the sound of this record than any one we've ever made,' says Carney, and Auerbach concurs: 'We never let it all go like we did for this one, anything was game. It was just fun to make, and that's why I think it's so successful.'