The White Stripes latest album ‘Elephant’ was recorded over a three week period between April and May 2002 at East London’s very deliberately analog Toe Rag Studios, a regular haunt of British “garage” Godfather, Billy Childish. It was a place which for Jack White had a unique majesty itself. “It was very cool. That’s the best studio I’ve ever been to,” he tells Beat magazine. “I love that place. Just the absence of computers and Pro Tools and digital technology. I can’t stand all that crap. It’s just horrible, a horrible way of attacking music and there was nothing like that in that place just the real gear, the right stuff.”
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