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The Killers perform on the season finale of NBC's The Voice last week.
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December 26, 2012 The quartet, which won an international following with the 2004 debut Hot Fuss, is one of the last stadium-rock acts left on the radio. Battle Born is the band's first album after a five-year hiatus during which the members were tested by personal loss.
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Brandon Flowers' debut solo album, Flamingo, draws on the imagery of the Killers frontman's Las Vegas hometown.
September 12, 2010 The Killers' frontman has used the band's hiatus to write and record his first solo album. Flamingo is full of card and dice metaphors and draws heavily from the imagery and excitement of Flowers' glitzy hometown.
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May 30, 2005 Host Melissa Block asks what the top Summer song of 2005 will be. Several reviewers offer their picks for the season's most popular country, hip hop and alternative rock songs, from The Killers, Sugarland and Rihanna.
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