Don’t be fooled by the quotes included in the title of “Let’s Rock”. Its purpose is clear and, as if there was any doubt after eight albums, The Black Keys get the job done. There are no histrionics and generally a lack of gilding or extraneous flourishes. Instead solid riffs and warm vocal tales channel the best of radio-friendly classic Rock. As the first album completed without the production chops of Danger Mouse since breakthrough hit ‘Attack & Release’, the duo’s mastery of their craft holds off any chance of straying into MOR territory. The propulsive basslines set it apart from many a contemporary Rock album, as the genres Blues basis is kept central. Simply put; it rocks.