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  • Produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach, and Patrick Carney, Turn Blue features 11 new tracks. Mojo says the album "underlines the fact that The Black Keys are the most vital rock band in the world right now." Rolling Stone calls it "a giant step into the best, most consistently gripping album the Keys have ever made."

  • Produced by Danger Mouse, Dan Auerbach, and Patrick Carney, Turn Blue features 11 new tracks. Mojo says the album "underlines the fact that The Black Keys are the most vital rock band in the world right now." Rolling Stone calls it "a giant step into the best, most consistently gripping album the Keys have ever made."

  • Tour Rehearsal Tapes, a new digital EP from The Black Keys, features six songs recorded live in the studio during December 2011. The tracks "underscore the explosive musical energy between guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney," says the Independent in a four-star review. "Auerbach’s guitar riffs are stripped to the bone, while Carney is a massive engine driving sporty little riffs."

  • Produced by Danger Mouse and The Black Keys, the band's seventh studio album was recorded at singer/guitarist Dan Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound studio in the band’s new hometown of Nashville during the spring of 2011. "They sound like a band who think they've made the year's best rock 'n' roll album," says the Guardian, "probably because that's exactly what they've done." The Independent calls it "by some distance the most powerful, compelling rock album of the year." El Camino has earned three Grammy Awards.

  • This deluxe edition of The Black Keys' Brothers, features the album Time Out calls "a sonic wonderland" on CD; a 56-page, hardbound book with never-before-seen photos of the band live, backstage, and in the studio; plus a 9 3/4” x 6 1/2” lithograph photo of the band.

  • The New York Times has called The Black Keys’ music “tough-minded, blues haunted songs,” and the ghosts of Alabama's legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, where the bulk of Brothers was recorded, inhabit the album's 15 tracks. Time Out, in a five-star review, calls it "a sonic wonderland"; Uncut says it proves The Black Keys to be "one of the best rock 'n' roll bands on the planet." The album won four Grammy awards, including Best Alternative Album.

  • This beautifully rendered concert video documents the duo's sold-out, April 4, 2008, gig in Portland, Oregon. As Willamette Week enthusiastically reported, "The bluesy duo from Akron never let up the whole night, tearing through tracks from its entire catalogue." Also includes original music videos for "Your Touch," "Just Got to Be," and "Strange Times," plus "Your Touch" making-of footage.

  • In one of the most eagerly awaited collaborations in alt-rock, The Black Keys are joined by producer Danger Mouse, adding more instrumentation and effects to the band’s sound but preserving their inherent soulfulness, groove, and raw energy, for an album Filter says seems to have "dropped out of the heavens with a fistful of downright biting blues-rock." LP version includes the album on 12" 140-gram vinyl, CD, and free MP3 download.

  • "The group sounds as wonderfully debauched, degenerate, and dejected as ever," says E! of The Black Keys’ 2006 Nonesuch debut, Magic Potion, which Paste magazine called "the band’s best yet." The LP was pressed on 180-gram vinyl and includes instant-download album MP3s.

  • This 3-track digital EP contains the album cuts "Your Touch" and "Strange Desire" off The Black Keys' Nonesuch debut, Magic Potion, which Paste called “the band’s best yet,” plus a live recording of the song "Thickfreakness" from a concert in Darwin, Australia.