Hot Fuss

Hot Fuss

Artist: The Killers

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Format: CD
Label: ISLAND
Catalog: 246802
Genre: Rock/Pop
Released: 06/15/2004
UPC: 602498622773

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Hot Fuss
Hot Fuss

Artist: The Killers
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1. Jenny Was a Friend of Mine
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2. Mr. Brightside - (Thin White Duke remix)
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3. Smile Like You Mean It
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4. Somebody Told Me - (Josh Harris remix)
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5. All These Things That I've Done
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6. Andy, You're a Star
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7. On Top
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8. Change Your Mind
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9. Believe Me Natalie
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10. Midnight Show
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11. Everything Will Be Alright
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Reviews:

"A lot of musicians (and music) are put out to pasture in Las Vegas-including, if we're to believe the Killers' debut, new wave. But the Sin City quartet won't let it fade away; in the Killers' hands it burns-not out, but with even more vibrant energy than the group's obvious sources (the Cure, Duran Duran, New Order, the Psychedelic Furs) generated in their prime. That said, A Hot Fuss is not a slam-dunk triumph. The Killers so obviously mark their forebears that you could turn these 11 tracks into a name-that-influence drinking game. And the best thing to be said for the turgid, synth-soaked ""Everything Will Be Alright"" is that it comes at the end of the album, making it easy to skip. But when the Killers hit their target-with the sinewy grooves of ""Somebody Told Me"" and ""Andy You're a Star,"" the glammy buoyancy of ""Midnight Show"" and the high drama of ""All These Things,"" which builds into a gospel-styled anthem-A Hot Fuss is a lot of memory-tweaking fun. On ""Mr. Brightside"" the Killers fuse Blondie and the Strokes; for ""On Top"" they integrate Incubus-style kinetics into a spacious instrumental arrangement. It's hard to doubt the Killers' genuine affection for music that came before them. If the Vegas denizens can effect more of these past-current fusions in the future there might be something to make an even hotter fuss about.

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