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  • The Black Keys, El CaminoEl Camino
    American rock duo The Black Keys keeps on pleasing listeners not only with high class works, but also with the hard-working attitude. The rockers released the new album El Camino, which became their seventh studio attempt
    • Garage Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • The Pretty Things, Bare as Bone, Bright as BloodBare as Bone, Bright as Blood
    • Garage Rock
    • Psychedelic Rock
  • The Black Keys, Let's RockLet's Rock
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Boogie Rock
  • The Black Keys, Turn BlueTurn Blue
    • Garage Rock
    • Psychedelic Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • The Black Keys, BrothersBrothers
    The Black Keys keep working hard and steadily. Their new long player, Brothers, is already the sixth studio album released in only eight years. Yet the quality remains unsurpassed
    • Garage Rock
    • Soul
    • Blues Rock
  • Green Day, Father of All...Father of All...
    Green Day, 2020
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Power Pop
  • The White Stripes, Icky ThumpIcky Thump
    Heroes of new century's rock revival The White Stripes will never allow garage rock to leave mainstream. Today they rush to support rock'n'roll exhausted with mediocrity again with their new album Icky Thump
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Blues Rock
  • Kings of Leon, Because of the TimesBecause of the Times
    Because Of The Times may be safely called a best album of Kings Of Leon to date. A retro garage sound of their early works has vanished in the past, new album sounds bold, tense and ambitious. Indie kids have grown up and they are ready to keep going
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Southern Rock
  • Royal Blood, Royal BloodRoyal Blood
    • Garage Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • The White Stripes, ElephantElephant
    • Garage Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Blues Rock
  • The Fratellis, Costello MusicCostello Music
    Working on the album, The Fratellis turned to different trends of the XX century and made a record presenting a brilliant mix of the 1970's and 60's rock'n'roll, with addition of punk, seasoned with simple, but catchy melodies
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Pop/Rock
  • Alabama Shakes, Boys & GirlsBoys & Girls
    Young band Alabama Shakes delivers a very interesting combination of gospel and rock and roll. Their first album, Boys & Girls, is a perfect demonstration of their uniqueness
    • Garage Rock
    • Southern Rock
    • Soul
    • Blues Rock
  • Jack White, BlunderbussBlunderbuss
    Rockers, cheer up! Jack White released his debut solo album! That is surely the person who does not need to be introduced
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • Jack White, LazarettoLazaretto
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Country Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • Liam Gallagher, As You WereAs You Were
    • Britpop
    • Garage Rock
  • The Raconteurs, Help Us StrangerHelp Us Stranger
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Hard Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • The Strokes, First Impressions of EarthFirst Impressions of Earth
    The third album finds The Strokes fulfilling all that early promise and displaying a slow-evolving longevity that few would have ascribed to them. First Impressions of Earth is already a contender for best album of 2006
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
  • The Raconteurs, Consolers of the LonelyConsolers of the Lonely
    Although The Raconteurs are trying to avoid promo actions the news about their new album Consolers Of The Lonely spread unbelievably fast all the same. At the present moment this record is definitely one of the brightest rock albums released in 2008
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Country Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, I Love Rock 'n' RollI Love Rock 'n' Roll
    • Garage Rock
    • Punk Rock
    • Hard Rock
    • Rock & Roll
  • Oh Sees, Protean ThreatProtean Threat
    Oh Sees, 2020
    • Garage Punk
    • Krautrock
    • Psychedelic Rock
  • Cage the Elephant, Cage the ElephantCage the Elephant
    • Garage Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • Jet, Get BornGet Born
    Jet, 2003
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Rock
    • Hard Rock
    • Pop/Rock
  • The White Stripes, Get Behind Me SatanGet Behind Me Satan
    Their fifth album Get Behind Me Satan didn’t even exist before March, when it was recorded in a mere two weeks, none of the songs having been completely written beforehand
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Blues
  • The Black Keys, Attack & ReleaseAttack & Release
    It will not be too much to call record Attack & Release produced by Danger Mouse duo's The Black Keys best work so far for comparing favorably with the previous ones due to a more interesting sounding it really rocks
    • Garage Rock
    • Soul
    • Blues Rock
  • The Strokes, Is This ItIs This It
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Show Your BonesShow Your Bones
    Yeah Yeah Yeah's burst onto the scene with Fever To Tell, a swirling and electronic art-punk album. Now, after a rather lengthy sabbatical, the New York fashion favs are back with the positively matured Show Your Bones
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Art Punk
  • The Vaccines, What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?What Did You Expect From the Vaccines?
    The Vaccines debut album What Did You Expect From The Vaccines? confirmed their reputation of a very promising young band
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Power Pop
  • Metz, Atlas VendingAtlas Vending
    Metz, 2020
    • Garage Punk
    • Post-Hardcore
  • Jack White, Boarding House ReachBoarding House Reach
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Blues Rock
  • Kings of Leon, Aha Shake HeartbreakAha Shake Heartbreak
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Southern Rock
  • The Raconteurs, Broken Boy SoldiersBroken Boy Soldiers
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Blues Rock
  • Cold War Kids, Robbers & CowardsRobbers & Cowards
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Southern Soul
    • Piano Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • Cage the Elephant, Thank You, Happy BirthdayThank You, Happy Birthday
    Cage The Elephant's second album Thank You Happy Birthday keeps the listener in tension until the last minute expressing protest against the existing stereotypes and urging the listeners to understand themselves
    • Garage Rock Revival
  • Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Fever to TellFever to Tell
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Garage Punk
    • Punk Rock
    • Art Punk
  • Courtney Barnett, Tell Me How You Really FeelTell Me How You Really Feel
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock
    • Folk Rock
  • The Strokes, Room on FireRoom on Fire
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
  • The Dead Weather, HorehoundHorehound
    The US super group The Dead Weather, having Alison Mosshart on lead vocals and several no less impressing names on the support, kicks the market with the debut disc Horehound. This rock album is a strong start
    • Garage Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival
    • Psychedelic Rock
    • Blues Rock
  • The Vaccines, Come of AgeCome of Age
    Bright British rockers The Vaccines, who conquered the world stage a couple of yeas ago, keep on pleasing their faithful fans. The band has released the second studio attempt - Come Of Age
    • Indie Rock
    • Garage Rock Revival