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Imploding The Mirage



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    LP Info: Gatefold sleeve.

    The Killers

    Day & Age - 180 Gram Vinyl Reissue

      Island is celebrating the best alt-rock kingpins The Killers have to offer with four stunning LP releases culled from their rich studio catalog, each album appearing as they should on glorious 180-gram black vinyl.. 

      For starters, The Killers’ only existing greatest hits album Direct Hits targets a well-deserved release for the first time on 12-inch 180-gram double black vinyl. In addition to Direct Hits, The Killers’ second studio album, October 2006’s Sam’s Town, is also marking its 180-gram black vinyl debut. The Killers’ third album of studio-bred material, November 2007’s Sawdust, returns to 180-gram double black vinyl. Last, and certainly not least, the band’s fourth studio album, November 2008’s Day & Age, makes its own return to 180-gram black vinyl.

      The Killers

      Wonderful Wonderful

        The Killers have revealed details for their highly anticipated new album, Wonderful Wonderful. The band’s fifth studio album, and their first in five years. Produced by Jacknife Lee, it was recorded at the group’s own Battle Born recording studio in Las Vegas, and at Jacknife’s Los Angeles studio. The album art was shot by Anton Corbijn.

        Following the release of blistering first single The Man, The Killers played a surprise unannounced set at Glastonbury Festival in June, sold out their British Summer Time show in Hyde Park in record time, and conquered the European festival circuit with a crowd pleasing set of hits. 

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        Deluxe CD Info: Deluxe CD digipak with 13 tracks.

        The Killers

        Hot Fuss

          Hot Fuss is the debut studio album originally released in June 20014. It has sold over 7 million copies worldwide with 2 million coming from the UK, where it has been certified seven-times platinum.

          It was the 26th best-selling album of the decade in the United Kingdom. It is among the top 25 longest charting albums in the history of the UK Albums Chart, with 247 weeks, more than four -and-a-half years.

          The Killers

          Battle Born

            One of the biggest bands on the planet are back! With 5 million albums sold in the UK to date, The Killers return with ‘Battle Born’ – their first studio album since 2008’s million selling ‘Day & Age’. The highly anticipated new album has all the sonic characteristics expected from world class rock band and promises the same excitement and energy invoked by ‘Hot Fuss’ back in 2004.

            The second album from The Killers, which sees them shift to a slightly rockier style, has been produced by the band with the legendary production team of Flood and Alan Moulder.

            FORMAT INFORMATION

            CD Info: UK Version which contains one bonus track.

            The Immortal Lee County Killers III

            These Bones Will Rise To Love You Again

            "These Bones Will Rise To Love You Again", is the third installment from explosive punk-blues insurgents The Immortal Lee County Killers III. In 2004, the original duo naturally turned trio by adding new member Jeff Goodwin. Goodwin plays the fuzzed Hammond B3 organ and Rhodes electric piano via his wood-grain midi-keyboard. No longer only a punk blues band, ILCK evolved into a new animal that genre specific geek musicologists (a.k.a.'scenesters') are challenged to define.


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