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This is their best work yet. It's a major departure from their earlier work which was much gritier and had a blues influence. This is an electronic influenced track so it's kind of a shock at first but it is the best electronic track I've heard in a while so it's pretty great to me. Just to pre-empt any haters out there who dislike it just cause its electronic. All artists have to explore new territory eventually or else they just end up repeating themselves and lose creativity, and this band has creativity in spades.

Welcome back to the revolution!

The most interesting, innovative band in pop music right now. It's been too long since we've had anything new to feed on and I think I feel a fever coming on. If you haven't heard The Kills, then you haven't heard what is possible in electro/pop/rock. Seriously, this is some great stuff. Can't wait for the new album.

You are a fever, baby!

Pretty cool song and a bit different from The Kills' other albums.Some may say it sounds more 'Pop' then their other songs but change is never a bad thing. I say do not judge till the album comes out.


Formed: 1998 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The bluesy punk duo the Kills consist of vocalist/guitarist VV, aka Alison Mosshart, formerly of the Florida punk band Discount, and drummer/guitarist/vocalist Hotel, aka Jamie Hince. After Discount ended in 2000, VV began exchanging tapes with the London-based Hotel through the mail, but both of them felt hindered by this method, so VV crossed the Atlantic so the duo could write faster. In spring of 2001, they issued a self-released demo that showcased their gritty, sexy sound and earned favorable...
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