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El Camino

2011, 11 tracks, 37 mins 50 sec
      Lonely Boy
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      Lonely Boy (Live from Rock Werchter 2014)
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      Lonely Boy
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      Lonely Boy (Covered by Dustin Prinz)
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      Lonely Boy (Covered by L.A. Woods)
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      Lonely Boy (Covered by The Strypes)
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      Lonely Boy (Covered by Matt Corby)
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      Dead and Gone (Live from Lowlands 2012)
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      Dead and Gone
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Afonso Silva)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Dustin White)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Jhon Valentin Mussati)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Glowing House)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Jonathan Swain)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by Jules)
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      Dead and Gone (Covered by benderennes)
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      Gold On the Ceiling
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Live from The Late Show with David Letterman 2011)
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      Gold On the Ceiling
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Covered by Maelyn Jarmon MADMonday)
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Covered by Joel Goguen)
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Covered by Rota Sonora)
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Covered by SINOPTIK)
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      Gold On the Ceiling (Covered by Sarah West)
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      Little Black Submarines
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      Little Black Submarines (Live from Lowlands 2012)
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      Little Black Submarines
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Frontmen Gun)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Mackenzie Johnson)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Helena To Guitar)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Micah Turbitt)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by The Rubber Band)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Cristiana Silva)
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      Little Black Submarines (Covered by Leonardo Lembranci)
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      Money Maker
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      Run Right Back
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      Run Right Back (Covered by Toree McGee)
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      Run Right Back (Covered by Jared Huntley)
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      Sister
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      Sister (Covered by pab3762)
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      Sister (Covered by The Two Poc)
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      Sister (Covered by Killerball)
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      Hell of a Season
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      Hell of a Season (Covered by Charlotte Augusteijn)
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      Hell of a Season (Covered by Juanjo Bascuñán)
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      Stop Stop
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      Stop Stop (Covered by Flip The Coin)
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      Stop Stop (Covered by Claudia Jardine)
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      Nova Baby
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      Nova Baby (Covered by Be Natural Music)
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      Nova Baby (Covered by Eden Graham)
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      Nova Baby (Covered by SASO)
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      Mind Eraser
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Album Info

"El Camino"

Released

  • Dec 05, 2011

Genres

  • Alternative/Indie Rock
  • Indie Rock

Label

  • Nonesuch

Producer

  • Danger Mouse
  • The Black Keys

Studio

  • Easy Eye Sound (Nashville, TN)

About

El Camino is the seventh studio album by American rock duo the Black Keys. It was co-produced by Danger Mouse and the group, and was released on Nonesuch Records on December 6, 2011. The record was the band's follow-up to their commercial breakthrough, Brothers (2010), and was their third collaboration with Danger Mouse. El Camino draws from popular genres of the 1950s to 1970s, such as rock and roll, glam rock, rockabilly, surf rock and soul. Danger Mouse contributed as a co-writer on each of the 11 songs alongside guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney.
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