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Jack concluded that he was 'hopeful' the band would be revived, but ultimately, didn't say whether or not that would ever happen.
Now it appears that the band's last recording will be their live album Under The Great White Northern Lights, which was released last year.
Either way, what it reveals is fascinating—though not pretty.
In one of his first ever on-the-record comments about gender, White told Josh Eells in the New York Times magazine recently that he doesn't want to define roles for the women he knows: "I've always felt it's ridiculous to say, of any of the females in my life: You're my friend, you're my wife, you're my girlfriend, you're my co-worker.
Last night’s contestants were pretty textbook — lovelorn, seeking connections forged in vulnerability, comfortable with exposing themselves, etc. J., a pro wrestler from Berkeley, California, who self-identifies as a Nickelback fan.
We also met Liddy, a little elfin fairy person from Oakland, California. She’s always doing every activity, as inspiration strikes. (I’m no expert, but Liddy might have ADD.) Who are they?
In keeping with White's many musical and personal eccentricities, at one point early in their career, he told reporters that he and Meg were not in fact divorced, but were brother and sister.
Last summer, Jack White bought a house in Kalamazoo, Michigan, that he had seen only in photographs.
Jack has since concentrated his energies on two other bands, The Raconteurs, and The Dead Weather.
Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys will call women "psychotic" and lament exes, but it rarely gets personal the way it does with White. In fact, with his nasty barbs and self-pitying complaints, White's lyrics almost have more resemblance to early-2000s emo bands like Fall Out Boy and Panic! But Blunderbuss, more than anything that's come before it, crystalizes White's longstanding issues with women.
Maybe that's because it's his first-ever solo record, and maybe that's because it comes on the heels of his second divorce, from model Karen Elson.
Third Man’s catalogue includes roughly four hundred titles. 8 album over all, but it’s only one project among several.
Dating Naked, for all its cries of revolution and flapping dong, is actually a formulaic reality show.