Ten years ago, I was using listen-to because it was cooler than Audioscrobbler, and I was in a competition with a friend over who could listen to two bands more: The White Stripes and At the Drive-In. Ten years later and I barely listen to rock music anymore, but man is it fun to go back to the great ones from time to time. Anyone that refuses to get hyperbolic about "Ball and Biscuit" just isn't down. In terms of artist discographies you couldn't really ask for a much better album than Elephant, either. It's essentially a greatest hits album without trying, showing every side of the band you'd learned to expect and would soon learn to live with. It's got arguably their two biggest radio singles, Jack White's defining solo work, the twee Napoleon Dynamite stuff, blues and empty garages - Elephant is the White Stripes as big and powerful as they ever would be. To me, that's a glorious thing.