The Killers emerged in 2004 with a more pop-friendly version of the post-punk revival sound of Franz Ferdinand, the Rapture, et al., and their combination of arena-sized guitar-pop, candy-colored dance-rock, and Robert Smithian vocals (de rigueur for their peer group) made them stars.

Three albums down the line, they prove to be more than a flash in the pan on SAWDUST. Something of a grab-bag, the album contains their cover of Joy Division's "Shadowplay" (used in the biopic CONTROL), as well as a tune from the Spider Man 3 soundtrack ("Move Away").

They also pay tribute to less obvious influences with straightforward, unironic covers of Dire Straits' "Romeo and Juliet" and Kenny Rogers's "Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town." The Killers commune with their elders in a more visceral--albeit equally unexpected--way at the start of SAWDUST on "Tranquilize," where they're joined by none other than Lou Reed.

Track Listing:

Disc 1

  • 1. Tranquilize
  • 2. Shadowplay
  • 3. All the Pretty Faces
  • 4. Leave the Bourbon On the Shelf
  • 5. Sweet Talk
  • 6. Under the Gun
  • 7. Where the White Boys Dance
  • 8. Show You How
  • 9. Move Away

Disc 2

  • 1. Glamorous Indie Rock and Roll
  • 2. Who Let You Go?
  • 3. The Ballad of Michael Valentine
  • 4. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town
  • 5. Daddy's Eyes
  • 6. Sam's Town (Abbey Road Version)
  • 7. Romeo and Juliet
  • 8. Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Remix)
Artist:
The Killers

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The Killers emerged in 2004 with a more pop-friendly version of the post-punk revival sound of Franz Ferdinand, the Rapture, et al., and their combination of arena-sized guitar-pop, candy-colored dance-rock, and Robert Smithian vocals (de rigueur for their peer group) made them stars.

Three albums down the line, they prove to be more than a flash in the pan on SAWDUST. Something of a grab-bag, the album contains their cover of Joy Division's "Shadowplay" (used in the biopic CONTROL), as well as a tune from the Spider Man 3 soundtrack ("Move Away").

They also pay tribute to less obvious influences with straightforward, unironic covers of Dire Straits' "Romeo and Juliet" and Kenny Rogers's "Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town." The Killers commune with their elders in a more visceral--albeit equally unexpected--way at the start of SAWDUST on "Tranquilize," where they're joined by none other than Lou Reed.

Track Listing:

Disc 1

  • 1. Tranquilize
  • 2. Shadowplay
  • 3. All the Pretty Faces
  • 4. Leave the Bourbon On the Shelf
  • 5. Sweet Talk
  • 6. Under the Gun
  • 7. Where the White Boys Dance
  • 8. Show You How
  • 9. Move Away

Disc 2

  • 1. Glamorous Indie Rock and Roll
  • 2. Who Let You Go?
  • 3. The Ballad of Michael Valentine
  • 4. Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town
  • 5. Daddy's Eyes
  • 6. Sam's Town (Abbey Road Version)
  • 7. Romeo and Juliet
  • 8. Mr. Brightside (Jacques Lu Cont's Thin White Duke Remix)
Artist:
The Killers
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