Elephant

~ Release by The White Stripes (see all versions of this release, 15 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
#TitleRatingLength
1Seven Nation Army
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 1) and The Rolling Stone Magazine’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time: 2021 edition (number: 36)
recording of:
Seven Nation Army
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.953:52
2Black Math
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Black Math
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.553:04
3There’s No Home for You Here
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
There’s No Home for You Here
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.23:44
4I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself
recording engineer:
Miti Adhikari
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) and Meg White
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Maida Vale Studios in London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom
cover recording of:
I Just Don’t Know What to Do With Myself
lyricist:
Hal David
composer:
Burt Bacharach
publisher:
Warner/Chappell
42:46
5In the Cold, Cold Night
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
In the Cold, Cold Night
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.052:58
6I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
I Want to Be the Boy to Warm Your Mother’s Heart
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.253:21
7You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
You’ve Got Her in Your Pocket
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
2.953:40
8Ball and Biscuit
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Ball and Biscuit
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.757:19
9The Hardest Button to Button
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
part of:
Indie 88: Top 500 Indie Rock Songs (number: 295)
recording of:
The Hardest Button to Button
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.653:32
10Little Acorns
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
additional performer:
Mort Crim
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Little Acorns
additional lyricist:
Mort Crim
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
2.654:09
11Hypnotize
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Hypnotize
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
31:48
12The Air Near My Fingers
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
The Air Near My Fingers
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.43:40
13Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Girl, You Have No Faith in Medicine
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
3.13:18
14Well It’s True That We Love One Another
recording engineer:
Liam Watson (in 2002-04)
engineer:
Liam Watson
producer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
drums (drum set):
Meg White (in 2002-04)
guitar and piano:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04)
additional guest lead vocals and guest vocals:
Holly Golightly
vocals:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records) (in 2002-04) and Meg White (in 2002-04)
phonographic copyright by:
XL Recordings Ltd. (not for release label use! use it’s imprint XL Recordings instead) (in 2003)
recorded at:
Toe Rag Studios in Hackney, London (Greater London, which includes the City of London), England, United Kingdom (in 2002-04)
recording of:
Well It’s True That We Love One Another
lyricist and composer:
Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
publisher:
Peppermint Stripe Music
2.63:40
15Who’s to Say
engineer:
Liam Watson
mixer:
Liam Watson and Jack White (rock & blues multi-instrumentalist, The White Stripes, Third Man Records)
cover recording of:
Who’s to Say...
lyricist and composer:
Dan John Miller
4:36
16Good to Me
cover recording of:
Good to Me
writer:
Brendan Benson and Jason Falkner
2:06