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    Hot Fuss (US Edition)

    US Edition Now Available On 180-Gram Vinyl


    The Killers match postpunk guitars with a synthesizer overlay that recalls '80s New Wave without burying their sound in nostalgia. On their debut, Hot Fuss, frontman Brandon Flowers plumbs his imagination for tales of murdered lovers ('Jenny Was a Friend of Mine,' 'Midnight Show'), voyeurism ('Mr. Brightside'), and sexual confusion (the single 'Somebody Told Me'). On 180g vinyl.

    1. Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine
    2. Mr. Brightside
    3. Smile Like You Mean It
    4. Somebody Told Me
    5. All These Things That I've Done
    6. Andy, You're A Star
    7. On Top
    8. Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll

    9. Believe Me Natalie
    10. Midnight Show
    11. Everything Will Be Alright
    The Killers
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Career Vinyl Box (On Sale)


    Box Set Features 7x Albums Across 10x 180-Gram Vinyl


    Includes The First Vinyl Pressing Of Live From The Royal Albert Hall, Recorded Live At The Historic Venue In July Of 2009 As A Box Set Exclusive


    Includes A Slip Mat Featuring The "K" From The Band's Logo And Inspired By The Vintage Lights Of The Las Vegas Strip


    No other band has soundtracked the 2000s more than Vegas rockers The Killers and now their nearly 15 years-long discography will be celebrated in one place with a seven-volume Killers Career Vinyl Box through Island/UMe.


    The career-spanning collection will be available on 180-gram black vinyl and include a slip mat featuring the "K" from the band's logo and inspired by the vintage lights of the Las Vegas Strip


    This career retrospective vinyl box marks the first time that all seven of the band's albums have been collected in one complete box set including: Hot Fuss, Sam's Town, Sawdust, Day & Age, Battle Born, Wonderful Wonderful and for the first time on vinyl, Live From The Royal Albert Hall.


    Originally released in November 2009 as a live DVD, this double live album captures the kinetic energy of their historic lives shows at the Royal Hall in 2009 and is now available as a double LP and is exclusive to the Career Vinyl Box. It also includes their mid-career compilation album, Sawdust, which contains B-sides, covers and remixes, as well as an outtake from Sam's Town, and 'Tranquilize', featuring a guest appearance by Lou Reed.


    As arguably the biggest indie-pop stars on the planet, their indie days are well behind them, selling out stadiums and playing tributes at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. And yet it seems just like yesterday that every 20-something in skinny jeans was blaring the indie disco staple 'Mr Brightside' from The Killers' three-times-platinum 2004 debut album, Hot Fuss. Even 14 years later, the band's most enduring single remains firmly in the charts, having just its 200th week in the Billboard top 100.


    After Hot Fuss ushered in their signature post-New Wave sound with massive hooks, they continued on their course of amassing hit after hit of transcendent anthems from 'All These Things That I've Done' and to the Springsteen-eque singalong 'When You Were Young' off their sophomore album Sam's Town.


    With his stylish swagger and crooning tenor, frontman Brandon Flowers could turn his sardonic streak on songs like "Smile Like You Mean It," and 'Somebody Told Me' into chart gold. With each album, the group flexed their versatility, from the garage rock-pop of Hot Fuss to electro-clash energy of Day & Age to the stadium rocker of Battle Born and most recently 2017's funk-infused Wonderful Wonderful, which snagged the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200.


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    Hot Fuss
    1. Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine
    2. Mr. Brightside
    3. Smile Like You Mean It
    4. Somebody Told Me
    5. All These Things That I've Done
    6. Andy, You're A Star
    7. On Top
    8. Change Your Mind
    9. Believe Me Natalie
    10. Midnight Show
    11. Everything Will Be Alright


    Sam's Town
    1. Sam's Town
    2. Enterlude
    3. When You Were Young
    4. Bling (Confession Of A King)
    5. For Reasons Unknown
    6. Read My Mind
    7. Uncle Jonny
    8. Bones
    9. My List
    10. This River Is Wild
    11. Why Do I Keep Counting?
    12. Exitlude


    LP 3: Sawdust
    LP 1
    1. Tranquilize (feat. Lou Reed)
    2. Shadowplay
    3. All The Pretty Faces
    4. Leave The Bourbon On The Shelf
    5. Sweet Talk
    6. Under The Gun
    7. Where The White Boys Dance
    8. Show You How
    9. Move Away


    LP 2
    1. Glamorous Indie Rock And Roll
    2. Who Let You Go?
    3. The Ballad of Michael Valentine
    4. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town
    5. Daddy's Eyes
    6. Sam's Town (Live From Abbey Road / 2006)
    7. Romeo And Juliet
    8. Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Remix)


    Day & Age
    1. Losing Touch
    2. Human
    3. Spaceman
    4. Joy Ride
    5. A Dustland Fairytale
    6. This Is Your Life
    7. I Can't Stay
    8. Neon Tiger
    9. The World We Live In
    10. Goodnight, Travel Well


    Live From The Royal Albert Hall
    LP 1
    1. Human
    2. This Is Your Life
    3. Somebody Told Me
    4. The World We Live In
    5. I Can't Stay
    6. Bling (Confession Of A King)
    7. Shadowplay
    8. Smile Like You Mean It
    9. Losing Touch


    LP 2
    1. Spaceman
    2. A Dustland Fairytale
    3. Sam's Town
    4. Read My Mind
    5. Mr. Brightside
    6. All These Things That I've Done
    7. Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine
    8. When You Were Young


    Battle Born
    LP 1
    1. Flesh And Bone
    2. Runaways
    3. The Way It Was
    4. Here With Me
    5. A Matter Of Time
    6. Deadlines And Commitments


    LP 2
    1. Miss Atomic Bomb
    2. The Rising Tide
    3. Heart Of A Girl
    4. From Here On Out
    5. Be Still
    6. Battle Born


    Wonderful Wonderful
    1. Wonderful Wonderful
    2. The Man
    3. Rut
    4. Life To Come
    5. Run For Cover
    6. Tyson Vs. Douglas
    7. Some Kind Of Love
    8. Out Of My Mind
    9. The Calling
    10. Have All The Songs Been Written?

    The Killers
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    180 Gram Audiophile Virgin Vinyl LP Box Set - 10 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • Hot Fuss (Discontinued) Hot Fuss (Discontinued) Quick View

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    Hot Fuss (Discontinued)

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    The Killers match postpunk guitars with a synthesizer overlay that recalls '80s New Wave without burying their sound in nostalgia. On their debut, Hot Fuss, frontman Brandon Flowers plumbs his imagination for tales of murdered lovers (Jenny Was a Friend of Mine, Midnight Show), voyeurism (Mr. Brightside), and sexual confusion (the single Somebody Told Me), Flowers and his mates are obviously canny students; the total effect is of a playacted obsession, but one made irresistible by their skillful, catchy songs. If there's an occasional misstep (the painfully earnest line I got soul but I'm not a soldier from All These Things That I've Done), it seems of a piece with the Killers' influences. As it is, Hot Fuss is one of several recent releases that bring a diverting faux glamour to the mainstream rock scene. --Rickey Wright

    1. Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine
    2. Mr. Brightside
    3. Smile Like You Mean It
    4. Somebody Told Me
    5. All These Things That I've Done
    6. Andy, You're A Star
    7. On Top
    8. Glamorous Indie Rock & Roll

    9. Believe Me Natalie
    10. Midnight Show
    11. Everything Will Be Alright
    The Killers
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    Vinyl LP - Sealed Buy Now
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    Battle Born

    From out of the wreckage of the American Civil War, the great state of Nevada came into being on October 31st, 1864. Its creation immediately helped to secure the re-election of Abraham Lincoln, the passage of the Thirteenth Amendment and, ultimately, the future of the union. Today, that proud but painful history is enshrined in the two words emblazoned on the upper left-hand corner of the state flag: Battle Born.


    That phrase has always resonated with Brandon Flowers. It's what The Killers named their studio in Las Vegas, and when the band reconvened last May to start work on the follow-up to 2008's Day & Age, it became first a song title, then a thematic touchstone, and eventually the name of the album itself. But not all battles are blood and thunder: after a yearlong hiatus that saw three of the four Killers launch solo careers, they quickly discovered that timing and circumstance can be daunting adversaries in their own right.


    Safe to say, Battle Born's title was well-earned. "It's the hardest thing I've ever done, no question," says Brandon. "It's the longest we've ever taken to make a record, and the longest I've ever spent on the lyrics. We thought we had enough songs, but then we realized that we didn't, and so we had to pound away and grind it out until we were certain that we were ready."


    A small-town drama of epic-scale proportions, "Runaways" is everything you could wish for from a Killers comeback single; an unmistakably American expression of romance and optimism that heralds their return with cyclonic, Who-esque guitars and a chorus big enough to be bellowed from one end of the Mojave to the other.


    One of the album's oldest songs, the bare bones were written in 2009 on the Day & Age tour, but, says Brandon, "We never knew what to do with it. Day & Age was us trying to be more of a pop group, but Runaways was rootsy and American, and it threw me for a curve. I knew it was a powerful song. But when it came time to make the album, there was an understanding the four of us had that we were gonna do what we're good at. The Killers write a specific kind of song, and we're not gonna shy away from it. So 'Runaways' became a kind of launching pad."


    More songs followed: the title track, a musical 'brother' to its lead single; "Here With Me," the album's heartstring-tugging emotional gravity-centre; the stadia-quaking electro-rock of "Flesh & Bone." By the time the band had satisfactorily refined that body of songs, however, none of the producers on their shortlist could commit to making a whole album, necessitating a process whereby they recorded in fits and starts with a stellar roll-call of names that included Daniel Lanois, Steve Lillywhite, Damian Taylor, Stuart Price and Brendan O'Brien.


    And therein lies Battle Born's real triumph. Recorded almost entirely at the studio that shares its name, it incorporates elements from each of the records that came before it; Hot Fuss' storytelling eye for detail; the yearning, mythic Americana of Sam's Town; the gratuitous hooks and pop nous of Day & Age; without sounding overtly like any one in particular. It's the sound of a band recognizing, and celebrating, their own identity. To borrow Brandon's maxim, Battle Born is The Killers "Doing what we do best."

    1. Flesh And Bone
    2. Runaways
    3. The Way It Was
    4. Here With Me
    5. A Matter Of Time
    6. Deadlines And Commitments
    7. Miss Atomic Bomb
    8. The Rising Tide
    9. Heart Of A Girl
    10. From Here On Out
    11. Be Still
    12. Battle Born
    The Killers
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    Vinyl LP - 2 LPs Sealed Buy Now
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