Unfortunately, I must confess that I have only experienced with the album "White Blood Cells" for the first time by the white stripes. Then I added myself but also immediately the first two works. Even with this third album has me the siblings White fascinated. It's kind of amazing how the two get the most out with the simplest means. Now with "Elephant" have the "White Stripes" album presents unparalleled. Was the predecessor already really top notch, I must admit the "Elephant" still is a lot better. With their mix of rock and roll, blues, punk and alternative siblings White from Detroit have met the test of time. Sure noted the expert (I do not count myself to times) minor errors in singing or music, but that is kind of matter, the album does just whim and desire for more. When I heard the first time on MTV "Seven Nation Army" I was fascinated by the truly awesome bass of this title. Now I had to learn the LT in the song. Jack White no bass, but a guitar was used with an effects unit. In times of mindless entertainment like DSDS (luckily Modern Talking has dissolved at least), it is probably tooting if there are albums like this or even the actual stuff of Metallica and The Strokes. I have rarely in recent years an album is so compact that comes along like "Elephant" by the White Stripes. Sure there are also some weaker tracks on the disc, but not a single track of the drops correctly. From Track 8 I find it anyway only from the Post. There are in addition to the first single "Seven Nation Army" plenty of highlights such as "I just don'`t know what to do with myself," "Cold, Cold Night", "The Air Near My Fingers", including an album the daily currently up at me and running down, the you just can not get enough of "Elephant" from the "White Stripes".