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300 M.P.H. Torrential Outpour Blues

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The White Stripes



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In the June 28, 2007 issue of Rolling Stone, Jack White explained: "That started on an acoustic guitar - it became an idea to use as many different styles of the blues as I could in one song. It goes from the really screeching, distorted, heavy blues sound, to an almost wimpy Wurlitzer kind of loungey blues sound, to white-boy takes on the blues, to real earthy, country blues."
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this song is definitely their best
- Kevin, Springfield, PA
Amazing song, amazing band
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