The White Stripes have released a new music video for their song “Apple Blossom”. The video was directed and animated by Wartella. The song originally appeared on their album De Stijl released in 2000. The song will be on the band’s first greatest-hits album, The White Stripes Greatest Hits due out December 4 via Third Man/Columbia. The White Stripes released Icky Thump in 2007 and broke up in 2011. Check out the video and tracklist for The White Stripes Greatest Hits below.
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Vittorio and Vincenzo are 17-year-old brothers from Santa Rosa, CA. Both began playing guitar and drums, respectively, at age 7 and have not looked back since. As the duo V2 (V Squared), they cut their musical teeth at age 11, performing regularly in their hometown at Rock Star University’s House of Rock. It was there that the twins caught the attention of legendary producer Ron Nevison. Nevison, whose credits include Led Zeppelin, The Who, KISS, Heart, The Rolling Stones, etc. was immediately taken by their talent and took the young lads under his wing. Working with Nevison, V2 have amassed […]
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Industrial-metal group Deathline International today debuts a newly recorded cover of the punk anthem “Troops of Tomorrow” — originally by The Vibrators, later done by The Exploited — that features appearances by Jello Biafra, Stabbing Westward’s Christopher Hall and more. Hear the song right here.
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