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The inaugural, lead single from The Raconteurs' critically-acclaimed Broken Boy Soldiers. The band formed in 2005 when Motor City melody master Brendan Benson, the White Stripes' Jack White, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler (both of The Greenhornes) joined forces to help pull together some unfinished material Benson had been working on. This record has been out of print for an entire decade and not since it's first and only pressing back in 2006 have folks been able to indulge themselves in it's sweet, sweet riffage. It is a staple of TMR catalog and, at long last, it will be reissued with a dedicated catalog number of it's own.
The inaugural, lead single from The Raconteurs' critically-acclaimed Broken Boy Soldiers. The band formed in 2005 when Motor City melody master Brendan Benson, the White Stripes' Jack White, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler (both of The Greenhornes) joined forces to help pull together some unfinished material Benson had been working on. This record has been out of print for an entire decade and not since it's first and only pressing back in 2006 have folks been able to indulge themselves in it's sweet, sweet riffage. It is a staple of TMR catalog and, at long last, it will be reissued with a dedicated catalog number of it's own.
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Steady, As She Goes / Store Bought Bones [Vinyl Single]
Artist: The Raconteurs
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $10.99
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DISC: 1

1. Steady, As She Goes
2. Store Bought Bones

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The inaugural, lead single from The Raconteurs' critically-acclaimed Broken Boy Soldiers. The band formed in 2005 when Motor City melody master Brendan Benson, the White Stripes' Jack White, Jack Lawrence and Patrick Keeler (both of The Greenhornes) joined forces to help pull together some unfinished material Benson had been working on. This record has been out of print for an entire decade and not since it's first and only pressing back in 2006 have folks been able to indulge themselves in it's sweet, sweet riffage. It is a staple of TMR catalog and, at long last, it will be reissued with a dedicated catalog number of it's own.
        
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