Stop Breaking Down - The White Stripes - The White Stripes (CD, Album)

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  1. General CommentThose aren't quite the correct nikokreegoltileshadowkiller.xyzinfo it's weird, because EVERY lyrics place has these, even the official White Stripes website. The actual lyrics are: "I can't walk the streets, now, to consolate my mind some pretty mama, she starts breaking down stop breaking down! a-stop breaking down The stuff I got is gonna bust your brains out well, it'll make you lose your mind You.
  2. 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 Detroit. White dedicated the album to deceased blues musician Son House.
  3. Everytime I'm walkin', down the streets, some pretty mama she starts breakin' down Stop breakin' down, yes stop breakin' down The stuff I got'll bust your brains out, baby, hoo hoo, it'll make you lose your mind. Now, you Saturday night women's, you love to ape and clown, you won't do nothin' but tear good man (i.e Jack White) reputation down.
  4. About “Stop Breakin’ Down Blues (Take 1)” (Unreviewed) A classic blues tune written by Johnson, this track has been notably covered by The White Stripes and The Rolling Stones.
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  6. In fact, the White Stripes sound like arena rock as hand-crafted in the attic. Singer/guitarist Jack White 's voice is a singular, evocative combination of punk, metal, blues, and backwoods while his guitar work is grand and banging with just enough lyrical touches of slide and subtle solo work to let you know he means to use the metal-blues.
  7. The version of "Stop Breaking Down" that Phish played at Festival 8 was neither plaintive nor defensive; it was delivered with a swagger and a growl that perhaps belied the age difference between Johnson, Jagger, and McConnell at their respective moments of dropping the words. Although Phish stays true to the Stones version lyrically, gone are the slide guitar and harmonica that appear on Exile.

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