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The Black KeysEl Camino

Label:Nonesuch – 530454-1
Format:
2 x Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, 180 gram
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
CD, Album
All Media, Special Edition
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Rock, Blues
Style:Blues Rock, Alternative Rock, Garage Rock

Tracklist

A1Lonely Boy3:17
A2Dead And Gone3:41
A3Gold On The Ceiling3:46
B1Little Black Submarines4:13
B2Money Maker2:59
B3Run Right Back3:19
C1Sister3:27
C2Hell Of A Season3:45
C3Stop Stop3:32
D1Nova Baby3:29
D2Mind Eraser3:16
ESister (Live)3:27
FMoney Maker (Live)3:00
CD-1Lonely Boy3:13
CD-2Dead And Gone3:41
CD-3Gold On The Ceiling3:44
CD-4Little Black Submarines4:11
CD-5Money Maker2:57
CD-6Run Right Back3:17
CD-7Sister3:25
CD-8Hell Of A Season3:45
CD-9Stop Stop3:30
CD-10Nova Baby3:27
CD-11Mind Eraser3:15
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Special edition released in a gatefold sleeve. Includes giant poster, bonus 7" in plain generic black sleeve and CD in cardboard sleeve. 3,500 unnumbered pressings.

Published by McMoore McLesst Publishing (BMI), Administered by Wixen Music / Sweet Science/Copyright Control (ASCAP)

Pressed by the Pallas Group, Diepholz, Germany.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 75597 96225 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 1•530454-A P. USA -24318- BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 1•530454-B P. USA -24318- BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): 1•530454-C P. USA -24319- BG
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): 1•530454-D P. USA -24319- BG

Other Versions (5 of 28)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
El Camino (LP, Album, CD, Album)Nonesuch529099-1US2011
El Camino (CD, Album)Nonesuch529099-2US2011
El Camino (CD, Album, Stereo)Nonesuch, Nonesuch7559-79633-1, 7559796331Europe2011
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El Camino (CD, Album)Nonesuch, Warner Music Mexico529099-2Mexico2011
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El Camino (CD, Album)Nonesuch7559796331Brazil2011

Reviews

fendrfanIII's profile picture
fendrfanIII
I played this today for the first time in a long time. I had forgotten how good some of these songs are! As for the sound quality, the low end is nice and deep without being too bloated, and the drums are pretty punchy. Everything sits well in the mix though it is a little crushed. ("Gold On The Ceiling" sounds particularly good!) The vocals are clear with good space around them, and the keyboard and organ elements fill in nicely. However, the higher frequencies, particularly on the guitars, are a little harsh. When I crank it on more layered songs like "Dead And Gone" or the loud part of "Little Black Submarines," it can be a tad fatiguing. Cymbals are washed out and a little thin sounding, and the whole thing feels cold. I'm guessing this is all a result of it being a digital recording but I could be wrong. I do think it sounds better and more natural than the CD & streaming versions. It has more presence and "liveliness" and, to my ears, sounds a little less compressed. It's worth picking up this 45 RPM version if you don't have a vinyl copy, but don't expect a sonic miracle.

Overall grade: B+
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italianrobot
Anyone else missing the 7in ?