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The Killers Show a Lighter Side on 'Day & Age'new

Brandon Flowers' charm and talent carries The Killers' latest release to success.
Tucson Weekly  |  James Hudson  |  01-15-2009  |  Reviews

'Day & Age' Might be the Best Killers Album Yetnew

If you can get past the clunky lyrics, there's a lot to like about the Killers, especially on their recently-released third album.
OC Weekly  |  Albert Ching  |  12-09-2008  |  Reviews

Sin City Simulacrumnew

With a synth and a wink, the Killers pay tribute to their hometown.
City Pages (Twin Cities)  |  Melissa Maerz  |  11-03-2006  |  Reviews

The Wild, the Innocent, and the iPod Shuffle

We look to the Killers for thrills, not wisdom, and more often than not, Sam's Town delivers.
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Richardson  |  09-29-2006  |  Reviews

Westword's Favorite National CDs for 2004new

After sifting through more crap than a Roto-Rooter guy, Westword's music staff submits these suck-free national releases as reason not to stick a shank in your speakers.
Westword  |  Jason Heller, Dave Herrera, John La Briola and Michael Roberts  |  12-29-2004  |  Reviews

Killing Timenew

The Killers are taking the best parts of the music they were influenced by, putting them in their songs and making them their own, says drummer Ronnie Vannucci.
Westword  |  Michael Roberts  |  10-26-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

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