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The White Stripes: From the Basement

The White Stripes: From the Basement

Back in 2005, UK series From the Basement featured an intimate mini-concert from Jack and Meg White. For the first time, the entire performance is available for viewing online and includes never-before-seen footage from the session. The six-song concert includes Blue Orchid, As Ugly As I Seem, Little Ghost, and Red Rain.

Seven Nation Army on Tesla Coils

Seven Nation Army on Tesla Coils

With the right circuitry and engineering skills, tesla coils can be programmed to play music. Franzoli Electronics previously wowed us with their high-voltage version of Toto’s Africa. Now they’re back with a powerful cover of The White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army, replacing the thumpy garage rock sounds with a fuzzy electronic sound.

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Seven Nation Army: Weird Cover

Seven Nation Army: Weird Cover

YouTuber Alef presents a truly unusual cover version of The White Stripes’ hit track Seven Nation Army, using a rubber band, a toy frog, a kid’s maraca, and a vacuum cleaner as his primary instruments of choice. A squeaky frog army couldn’t hold us back.

The White Stripes & Michel Gondry

The White Stripes & Michel Gondry

Film Radar digs into the techniques that director Michel Gondry used to create The White Stripes‘ most classic videos. Gondry’s sense of whimsy and effective use of simple visual effects were the perfect accompaniment to Jack and Meg’s reductive sound. (Thanks Daniel!)

The White Stripes: City Lights

The White Stripes: City Lights

The White Stripes conceived this track back in 2005, but didn’t actually record it until this year. The icing on the cake: Without anyone’s knowledge, filmmaker Michel Gondry shot a video for the song and gifted it to the band. It’s minimal, but fits the song’s mellow vibe.

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