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Blue Orchid" is the first track by the American alternative rock band The White Stripes from their album Get Behind Me Satan, and the first single to be released from the album. Commercially, the song topped the Canadian Singles Chart in June 2005 and reached the top 10 in the United Kingdom, peaking at number nine on the UK Singles Chart the same month. In the United States, the song reached number 43 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number seven on the Modern Rock Tracks chart
Produced by Jack White. Album Get Behind Me Satan. You got a reaction You got a reaction, didn't you? You took a white orchid You took a white orchid turned it blue. Get behind me Get behind me now, anyway Get behind me Get behind me now, anyway Get behind me Get behind me now, anyway. Blue Orchid was the name of a Russian-run child pornography organization. This ties right in with the ongoing theme of losing purity throughout this song. What have the artists said about the song?
Blue Orchid" is a rock song by the The White Stripes from their album, Get Behind Me Satan, released as a single in 2005. The song, though basic and riff-driven like much of The White Stripes material, was noticeably different from any of their previous recordings, with a bizarre disco flavor in Jack White's mannered falsetto vocals and Meg White's insistent drum beats underscoring the huge, metallic, processed guitar riffs.
You took a white orchid You took a white orchid turned it blue. You're given a flower But I guess there's just no pleasing you Your lip tastes sour But you think that it's just me teasing you. Get behind me Get behind me now, anyway Get behind me Get behind me now, anyway.
Blue Orchid (оригинал The White Stripes). Голубая орхидея (перевод Jared Page). You took a white orchid turned it blue. Ты взяла белую орхидею и обратила её в голубую. Something better than nothing.
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Blue Orchid" is the first track by the American alternative rock band The White Stripes from their album Get Behind Me Satan, and the first single to be released from the album. The recorded sound is produced by two guitars playing almost in unison, and each digitally combined with their own signal an octave lower.
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Drums, Percussion – Meg WhiteEngineer [Mix Assistant] – Adam HillEngineer [Mix] – John HamptonMastered By – Howie WeinbergProducer, Mixed By, Vocals – Jack White Recorded By – Matthew Kettle
|2||Who's A Big Baby?
Drums, Vocals – Meg WhiteEngineer [Mix] – David FeenyMastered By – Kevin MetcalfeProducer, Mixed By, Recorded By, Organ [Rhodes], Marimba – Jack White Vocals [Shhhshing], Other [Assisting] – Patrick Keeler
|3||You've Got Her In Your Pocket (Live)
Engineer [Live Mix] – Matthew KettleMastered By – Kevin MetcalfeVocals – Jack White
- Manufactured By – Optimal Media Production – A527103
- Cover [Cover Concept] – The Third Man
- Design – Arthole
- Photography By – Ewen Spencer
- Written-By, Guitar – Jack White
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 332181 007930
- Label Code: LC05667
- Matrix / Runout: manufactured by optimal media production
- Matrix / Runout: A527103-01
|XLS 216||The White Stripes||Blue Orchid (7", Single)||XL Recordings||XLS 216||UK||2005|
|ORCHID001||The White Stripes||Blue Orchid (12", S/Sided, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (The White Stripes)||ORCHID001||UK||2005|
|none||The White Stripes||Blue Orchid (CDr, Single, Promo)||V2 records||none||US||2005|
|XLS 216CD2||The White Stripes||Blue Orchid (CD, Single, CD2)||XL Recordings||XLS 216CD2||UK||2005|
|999 Stereo||The White Stripes||Blue Orchid (3", S/Sided)||Third Man Records||999 Stereo||US||2005|