The Black Keys ‎– Thickfreakness

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph 80371-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records 80371-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
E80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph E80371-2 Australia 2003 Sell This Version
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records 80371-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
0371-2, none The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph 0371-2, none Europe 2003 Sell This Version
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records 80371-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records 80371-2 US 2003 Sell This Version
none Black Keys* Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Promo) Anti-, Fat Possum Records none US 2003 Sell This Version
80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Unofficial) Fat Possum Records (2) 80371-2 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
0371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph 0371-1 Europe 2003 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph 80371-1 US 2003 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2003 Sell This Version
EICP 307 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album, Dig) Fat Possum Records, Epitaph EICP 307 Japan 2004 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2004 Sell This Version
80371-1, 80371-1SLE The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180) Fat Possum Records, Fat Possum Records 80371-1, 80371-1SLE US 2009 Sell This Version
none The Black Keys Thickfreakness(11xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Fat Possum Records none US 2011
80371-1, 80371-1SLE The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180) Fat Possum Records, Fat Possum Records 80371-1, 80371-1SLE US 2011 Sell This Version
FP803713 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Pic) Fat Possum Records FP803713 US 2011 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Ltd, Whi) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2013 Sell This Version
none The Black Keys Thickfreakness(11xFile, MP3, Album, 256) Fat Possum Records none US 2015
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2015 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, RE) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2015 Sell This Version
80371-1 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red) Fat Possum Records 80371-1 US 2016 Sell This Version
E80371-2 The Black Keys Thickfreakness(CD, Album) Fat Possum Records, Shock (2) E80371-2 Australia Unknown Sell This Version

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DarreLP

DarreLP

October 18, 2016
edited over 2 years ago
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180, 80371-1, 80371-1SLE

One of the nicer 180g represses as of late. Nice and flat (physically). That shouldn't be the exception but seems to be the case these days.

As spujika points out, this is not any sort of hi-fi remaster. It's the original music that was medium-fi to begin with. Which is exactly how we like the Black Keys.
gimmedaneger

gimmedaneger

August 25, 2016
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red, 80371-1
exclusive retailer for this pressing is barnes and noble in US
blesner314

blesner314

April 11, 2016
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180, 80371-1, 80371-1SLE

Everything is great IMO but the sound quality, especially on good headphones is a bit distorted... Sounds pretty good on a decent or less stereo lol.
hrobb

hrobb

January 27, 2016
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red, 80371-1

Great record! As said below, the dynamics are great and the bass completely shoots out of my speakers. It's the Black Keys at their best. It's colored transparent with a light blob in the middle, so it isn't a completely silent pressing. It doesn't really matter when the music starts because it's so loud
FlyloRen

FlyloRen

January 13, 2016
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, 180, 80371-1, 80371-1SLE
Pretty poor packaging for this one. Thin and cheap. There is no real inner liner for the record, it just comes in a weak card inner with the credits on it which started to tear in my hand while struggling to get the record out of it.

When I got the record out it was covered in white cardboard debris which was pretty embedded in the grooves and wouldn't come out without easily with a brush. Just an unimpressive package all around.

Sound quality seemed adequate on mine but that's it. Shame because I love the album.
amyhadley93

amyhadley93

December 12, 2015
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, 80371-1
I've just bought a copy of this from Amazon, it came with no sleeve and the Album cover is printed on the discs. Is this an official version does anyone know? It looks awful if so..
Travis7524

Travis7524

April 17, 2015
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Red, 80371-1

Nice sounding record! I was concerned with flat dynamics which plagues most fat possum releases, but this has good bass. The colored vinyl is surprisingly quiet and pressed at the new memphisvinyl.com
spujika

spujika

April 13, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Thickfreakness, LP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180, 80371-1, 80371-1SLE

The album sounds similar to the album version. Distorted and compressed vocals have not been remixed for the vinyl versions.
dlgale1974

dlgale1974

January 9, 2015
edited over 3 years ago
referencing Thickfreakness, CD, Album, Dig, 80371-2

Their second album is more of the same, highly amplified, raw, grungy sounding, fairly earnest blues. I like it but one of the challenges of a double act like this is that there is a danger that it can all sound a bit the same after a while. They've overdubbed bass on some tracks and it works well, making me wonder if they would have been better going for a trio instead. Nothing really special on here, "Midnight in Her Eyes" and "I Cry Alone" are probably my favourites, but still a good example of 21st century rock blues, and apparently it was all done in a day, respect.