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THE KILLERS - HOT FUSS (180GM VINYL LP)

THE KILLERS - HOT FUSS (180GM VINYL LP)
Product Code: THE KILLERS - HOT FUSS (180GM VINYL LP)
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THE KILLERS - HOT FUSS (VINYL LP)

180-gram audiophile vinyl reissue

It was 2004 when the Killers dropped their debut LP Hot Fuss and rocketed into the limelight. Matching their postpunk guitars with a synthesizer overlay that recalls '80s New Wave, the sleek, sticky, and all-around stellar first record offered tunes that were dark and iridescent and painfully fun. Mormon frontman Brandon Flowers careened in guyliner and neon suits; the album put songs about late-night murders and high-school crushes back to back. It was strange, and it was not cool at all, and it was so, so cool.

The album has sold more than 7 million copies since its release and is still very much the yardstick by which new Killers albums are measured. It reached No. 1 in the U.K. and spent 247 weeks on the British album charts.

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').

The track listing for this vinyl reissue is the original U.K. one, with Glamorous Indie Rock And Roll in place of Change Your Mind.


Side 1
Jenny Was A Friend Of Mine
Mr. Brightside
Smile Like You Mean It
Somebody Told Me
All These Things That I’ve Done

Side 2
Andy, You’re A Star
On Top
Glamorous Indie Rock And Roll
Believe Me Natalie
Midnight Show
Everything Will Be Alright

 

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