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- Posted on Mar 1st 2007 1:23PM by Jessica Robertson
Detroit rock duo the White Stripes have finished the mixing and recording of their latest album, titled 'Icky Thump.' The follow-up to 2005's 'Get Behind Me Satan' is slated for release later this year and features new tracks like 'Little Cream Soda,' 'I'm Slowly Turning Into You' and 'Rag and Bone.'
"We are doing our best (whatever that is) to release the album as soon as corporately possible," a message on the band's Web site reads. "And though we are tired, worn, weary, hungry, cold and left without an ounce of nutrition amongst ourselves, we are in the midst of planning performance type shows around the world."
Among those shows is an appearance this year's Bonnaroo festival, which takes place June 14-17 on a 700-acre farm in rural Manchester, Tenn., 60 miles south of Nashville. Jack and Meg will be featured alongside fellow heavyweight performers like the Police, Tool, the Flaming Lips, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Widespread Panic, Wilco, Franz Ferdinand and the Decemberists.