The Strokes – March 28, 2011


This week’s artist of the week really needs no introduction – but we’re gonna go ahead and give you guys one anyways. The Strokes have been making great rock music since their first album dropped in 2001. That album was hailed as an instant classic, and some were calling The Strokes “the saviors of rock and roll.” After releasing several more albums, the band seemingly disappeared from the music scene, until 2010, when the band set a release date for their forthcoming album ( which was eventually released March of 2011). Their newest disk, “Angles” is their first release since 2006, and features the classic Strokes’ sound of pick driven guitar riffs and singer Julian Casablancas’ excellent vocals. This is definitely one album to pick up this year! Enjoy The Strokes on the blog all week long!

-Lone Scientists

We’re kicking off this week with a track off The Strokes’ latest album “Angles” give a listen to “Taken For a Fool.”

“Taken For a Fool” by The Strokes

Take a listen to Tuesday’s track with “Razorblade,” off of their album “First Impressions of Earth.”

“Razorblade” by The Strokes

Today’s track should be recognizable to most music fans out there, and comes off The Strokes’ third album “First Impressions of Earth.” Check out “Juicebox”

“Juicebox” by The Strokes

Here’s a fun song for Thursday off their debut album “Is This It.”  Check out “Last Nite.”

“Last Nite” by The Strokes

We got another great Strokes track for everyone to enjoy this Friday. Take a listen to “12:51”

“12:51” by The Strokes

Here’s a classic by The Strokes: “Reptilia.” You may recognize this from Guitar Hero, or basically if you listen to The Strokes.

“Reptilia” by The Strokes

It’s Sunday, which means the last track from our artist of the week, The Strokes. Check out one of my all time favorites “What Ever Happened?” and thanks for checking out The Strokes all week long!

“What Ever Happened?” by The Strokes


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