The Killers: Wonderful Wonderful

The Killers: Wonderful Wonderful

By Evan Sawdey

It will never go down as anyone's favorite Killers album, but this is easily the most fun the Vegas rockers have had in years. 25 Sep 2017 // 2:30 AM

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