He latest single from Jack White's record-breaking Lazaretto album showcases the anthemic "Would You Fight for My Love?" a song that weaves in and out of movements and moods and crushes the listener with intensity. The b-side features a stunning cover of "Parallel" written by Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age, the Dead Weather) and Brendan Benson (the Raconteurs) and originally released under Fertita's Hello=Fire moniker. In addition, the artwork of the single fits in with that of the previous five picture sleeves of Jack White singles, a continuing visual narrative progressing one record at a time.
He latest single from Jack White's record-breaking Lazaretto album showcases the anthemic "Would You Fight for My Love?" a song that weaves in and out of movements and moods and crushes the listener with intensity. The b-side features a stunning cover of "Parallel" written by Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age, the Dead Weather) and Brendan Benson (the Raconteurs) and originally released under Fertita's Hello=Fire moniker. In addition, the artwork of the single fits in with that of the previous five picture sleeves of Jack White singles, a continuing visual narrative progressing one record at a time.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: TDMN
Rel. Date: 11/11/2014
UPC: 813547020598

Would You Fight for My Love / Parallel
Artist: Jack White
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Would You Fight for My Love?
2. Parallel

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He latest single from Jack White's record-breaking Lazaretto album showcases the anthemic "Would You Fight for My Love?" a song that weaves in and out of movements and moods and crushes the listener with intensity. The b-side features a stunning cover of "Parallel" written by Dean Fertita (Queens of the Stone Age, the Dead Weather) and Brendan Benson (the Raconteurs) and originally released under Fertita's Hello=Fire moniker. In addition, the artwork of the single fits in with that of the previous five picture sleeves of Jack White singles, a continuing visual narrative progressing one record at a time.