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Alright….They didn’t reinvent the wheel with this one but I have to say this song is probably the best rock song out there at the moment. I have to agree with one of the review. Their single “The Killer” reminded me the era of Dreamtime (1984) and Love (1985) from The Cult. I saw them live in Hamilton Canada few weeks ago and they played a lot of their new material. If I had to compare their new stuff (because you always have to compare a band with another) I would say old Cult, Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds, U2 (Boy era)… and if my memory doesn’t play me tricks, one new track called Tomorrow sounded like Black Rebel Motorcycle Club meets Joy Division…. Believe me, it sounded AMAZING!!!! Finally, a song called Car Crashed was a blend of Black Rebel, the psychedelic Pink Floyd era and Kasabian. It was a wall of sound… CHEF D’OEUVRE. I don’t get why people compare them with “The Killers” (the band) when there is absolutely no comparison to do. Maybe with their first record but from what I heard so far, it doesn’t sound anything like The Killers. If it had, I wouldn’t be here explaining all this because I’m a bit bored with the Vegas boys. I’ll have to wait and hear the full album before I get to excited but their new single is a great rock tune, not a master piece but definitely the greatest rock song out there. It’s way better and more refreshing than any of that SH!@#$%^&*TTT that we hear on the radio these days. I hope this review can help.

It's Alright...

Mobile's last album was incredible and I feared that they would succumb to the sophomore slump. They'd have to put out some great tunes to rival the near-perfect "Out of My Head" and the quirky but energetic "Montreal Calling". "The Killer" is fast-paced, yes, but it lacks a big hook, and no matter how many times he sings "yeah yeah" it just doesn't stand out the way Mobile's previous efforts did. It sounds like early U2, which pretty much means they sound like...surprise surprise..The Killers. I wonder if the title is an acknowledgement that Mobile are basically Canada's answer to the Vegas boys. But anyway. At least it's not MOR rock, and I'm still cautiously optimistic for the rest of the record.

Great New Single

I was expecting something different from Mobile... not another Out Of My Head (which was great). It is different and it sounds fantastic. I hear some old The Cult (Dreamtime/Love) but very aggressive. I've been told that it will be a very dark album... can't wait for the full record. Enjoy!!!


Formed: 1995 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

The alternative rock quintet Mobile formed in Montreal, Quebec, in 1995. Frontman Mat Joly, guitarist Frank Williamson, guitarist Christian Brais, bassist Dominic Viola, and drummer Pierre-Marc Hamelin first met in grade school and co-founded their first garage band as teenagers. As the success of acts including Arcade Fire, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, and the Dears vaulted Montreal to hotbed status, Mobile challenged conventional wisdom by relocating...
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The Killer - Single, Mobile
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  • $1.29
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Jul 01, 2008

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