℗ 2012 Nonesuch Records Inc
Released October 22, 2012
Duration 20m 41s
Genre Alternative

Tour Rehearsal Tapes

The Black Keys

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Dead and Gone (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Gold on the Ceiling (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Lonely Boy (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Next Girl (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Run Right Back (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Tighten Up (Live in Studio)
The Black Keys
Tour Rehearsal Tapes, a digital EP from The Black Keys, was released October 9, 2012, on Nonesuch Records. The EP features six songs recorded live in the studio during December 2011. The EP comes as the duo’s acclaimed 2011 full-length album, El Camino, is officially certified RIAA Platinum in the US. It is also Platinum in Ireland and UK; double Platinum in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand; and Gold in Belgium and France. The band’s 2010 breakthrough album, Brothers, is also certified RIAA Platinum. The tracks "underscore the explosive musical energy between guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney," says the Independent in a four-star review. "Auerbach’s guitar riffs are stripped to the bone, while Carney is a massive engine driving sporty little riffs."
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Nonesuch Studio Masters
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-0.30 to -0.30
-9.87 to -8.80
5 to 6
Dead and Gone (Live in Studio)
Gold on the Ceiling (Live in Studio)
Lonely Boy (Live in Studio)
Next Girl (Live in Studio)
Run Right Back (Live in Studio)
Tighten Up (Live in Studio)

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