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The Killers: Battle Born

Battle Born seems intent on making a statement, proving the group could pull off more artistic songs without having to appease radio format programmers, here avoiding easy pop hits in favor of a more expansive sound that's more MOR than AOR.

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Big Talk: Big Talk

Big Talk sounds like a pair of Ray-Bans resting on the neck of a Telecaster or a beautiful woman in a cut-off shirt leaning against a convertible on the side of a desert highway... which is to say it sounds like the fantasy world of an '80s rocker on a coke-jag.

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The Killers: Day & Age

With the release of the Killers’ latest album, Day & Age, the obvious question is: will Flowers and company continue to chase the panoramic, mythic grandeur of Springsteen and U2, critics be damned?

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The Killers: Sawdust

As much as Brandon Flowers & co. would like to be remembered for their full-length efforts, their radio hits will ultimately define their legacy. Sawdust is an interesting look at other aspects of the Killers' sound, but as a standalone disc, it's largely hit-or-miss.

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The Killers (1946)

The line between victims and violators is almost erased, now that playing by the rules seems little more than an antiquated affectation.

David Sanjek
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