13 Songs, 54 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The Killers’ fifth album arrived amid reports of the band attempting to heal their rifts in counseling sessions. In those circumstances, it’s remarkable how liberated and inspired Wonderful Wonderful sounds, whether they’re skewering macho culture on a spiky disco stomp (“The Man”), accelerating through open-road rock (“Run for Cover”), or adapting a Brian Eno instrumental into an emotive ballad (“Some Kind of Love”). It’s also their most personal record to date, with Brandon Flowers candidly addressing his wife’s depression on “Rut” and striving to remain invincible in his kids’ eyes on “Tyson vs. Douglas.”

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EDITORS’ NOTES

The Killers’ fifth album arrived amid reports of the band attempting to heal their rifts in counseling sessions. In those circumstances, it’s remarkable how liberated and inspired Wonderful Wonderful sounds, whether they’re skewering macho culture on a spiky disco stomp (“The Man”), accelerating through open-road rock (“Run for Cover”), or adapting a Brian Eno instrumental into an emotive ballad (“Some Kind of Love”). It’s also their most personal record to date, with Brandon Flowers candidly addressing his wife’s depression on “Rut” and striving to remain invincible in his kids’ eyes on “Tyson vs. Douglas.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
429 Ratings
429 Ratings
josephbloggs ,

It grows on you

Like most things Killers, it grows on you. Give it a chance. If you don't like it, try it a few more times. You might start to like it.

Joeyligeikis ,

Go Chicago wolves

I remember they played the man by the killers in Allstate arena in rose mont in Chicago for a American hockey league team for the Chicago wolves hockey game in Chicago this is what they played for there practice song by the killers by song the man isn’t that a cool thing too know about though

Uanhjenksmsmdbsnnzs ,

wow

still amazed at this comeback

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