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Killers' latest LP gets track list
The list of songs was recently announced by the music instruments playing band.
Some 12 songs will feature on the standard edition of their album, which is called Battle Born. Three extra tracks are set to grace a deluxe version of the record. Battle Born comes out on September 17th this year.
Past Killers' songs include A Dustland Fairytale and Human, both of which popped up on their LP Day and Age. Meanwhile, All These Things That I've Done and Mr. Brightside appeared on Hot Fuss.
The Killers are set to appear at V Festival over the 18th – 19th of August – alongside the likes of Chasing Cars band Snow Patrol, Somewhere Only We Know group Keane and The Stone Roses, according to the fest's website.
Published by AW. Posted on 17 Aug 2012 16:46 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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