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The Killers - Day & Age mp3 album

The Killers - Day & Age mp3 album Performer: The Killers
Album: Day & Age
Country: US
Released: 2008
Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Size MP3: 1456 mb.
Size FLAC: 1130 mb.
Rating: 4.6/5
Votes: 815
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Day & Age ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial). Day & Age ‎(2xCD, Album, Unofficial).

Day & Age is the third studio album by American rock group The Killers. Released in November 2008, Day & Age is a stylistic departure for the group, who traded their indie-rock style for a more synth-heavy pop approach. The release was preceded by the incredibly successful lead single Human, which charted worldwide and went platinum in both the UK and the US. Lead vocalist Brandon Flowers has stated that Day & Age is the groups most playful record – the light latin beats of Joy Ride and I Can’t Stay definitely showcase the Killers at their most carefree.

The Killers - Joy ride (Album Version). The Killers - A Dustland Fairytale (album version).

Day & Age is the third studio album by American rock band The Killers, released o. .

Day & Age is the third studio album by American rock band The Killers, released on November 24, 2008 in the UK, Canada and the US. Vocalist Brandon Flowers states that it is the band's "most playful record. The band performed "Human" and "Spaceman" on the October 4, 2008 episode of Saturday Night Live.

Day And Age The Killers Tabbed by rich-uk August 2008 to January 2009 Track listing: 01. Losing Touch 02. Human 03. Spaceman 04. Joy Ride 05. A Dustland Fairytale 06. This Is Your Life 07. Day And Age album chords.

Day & Age Album lyrics The Killers. Release date: November 2008. Day & Age" is the third studio album by American rock band The Killers, released in November 2008. They released the music video for "Human" in October 2008.

Since the Killers are at their core poseurs and not prophets, style over substance is the right move and Day & Age has style for miles and miles, exceeding even their debut, Hot Fuss, in its stainless steel gleam. If anything, Hot Fuss was a little too monochromatic in its obsession with '80s synth rock, a criticism that can hardly be leveled at Day & Age, a record that stitches together sounds with an almost blissfully idiotic abandon.

Tracklist

A1 Losing Touch 4:15
A2 Human 4:09
A3 Spaceman 4:44
A4 Joy Ride 3:33
A5 A Dustland Fairytale 3:45
B1 This Is Your Life 3:41
B2 I Can't Stay 3:06
B3 Neon Tiger 3:05
B4 The World We Live In 4:40
B5 Goodnight, Travel Well 6:51

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Def Jam Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – Island Def Jam Music Group
  • Copyright (c) – Universal - Polygram International Publishing, Inc.
  • Distributed By – Universal Music Distribution
  • Engineered At – Battle Born Studios
  • Mixed At – Olympic Studios
  • Mastered At – Metropolis Studios
  • Lacquer Cut At – Sterling Sound

Credits

  • A&R [A&r Administration] – Tara Bryan
  • Artwork, Painting – Paul Normansell
  • Booking – Kirk Sommer, William Morris Agency
  • Coordinator [Art/package Coordination] – Kristen Yiengst
  • Design [Package Design] – Julian Peploe Studio
  • Engineer – Robert Root
  • Engineer [Additional] – Ted Sablay (tracks: A3, B1 to B2)
  • Lacquer Cut By – RJ*
  • Legal – Carrol, Guido And Groffman LLP*, Michael Guido
  • Management – Robert Reynolds
  • Management [Business Affairs] – Heath Kudler
  • Management [Business Management] – David Rawson, Zeisler, Zeisler & Rawson
  • Management [Marketing] – Paul Resta
  • Mastered By – Tim Young
  • Mixed By – Stuart Price
  • Mixed By [Assisted] – Alex Dromgoole, Dave Emery*
  • Percussion [Additional] – Daniel De Los Reyes (tracks: A4, B2)
  • Performer [The Killers] – Brandon Flowers, Dave Keuning, Mark Stoermer, Ronnie Vannucci
  • Photography By [Band Photo] – Erik Weiss
  • Producer – Stuart Price, The Killers
  • Product Manager [Package Production] – Doug Joswick
  • Saxophone – Tommy Marth (tracks: A1, A4, B2)
  • Songwriter [All Songs By] – The Killers

Notes

All songs © 2008 Universal-PolyGram Int. Publishing, Inc. (ASCAP)
℗© 2008 The Island Def Jam Music Group

Housed in a picture sleeve including MP3 download with purchase and giant fold-out poster.

Pressed on 180 grams heavyweight vinyl.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602517902534
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02517 90253 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): B0012197-01-A RJ STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): B0012197-01-B RJ STERLING

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
B0012197-02 The Killers Day & Age ‎(CD, Album) Island Records B0012197-02 US 2008
602517882836 The Killers Day & Age ‎(CD, Album) Island Records 602517882836 Czech Republic 2008
GED2370 The Killers Day & Age ‎(CD, Album) Island Records GED2370 China 2008
178 828-3 The Killers Day & Age ‎(CD, Album) Island Records 178 828-3 Thailand 2008
602517882836 The Killers Day & Age ‎(CD, Album) Island Records 602517882836 Poland 2008


I found this original copy for a steal of a price (under $20) and wow, what an incredible sounding record. To quote another comment, the "clarity and depth" is unreal. I had owned the CD and never loved this album. This original vinyl press brings this thing to life. So much dynamic range. I had been wanting to buy the reissue of this on vinyl but am glad I waited. I hope they did the reissue good. Going by the dynamic range numbers the loudness-war website, it looks like the did. Those numbers will also tell you how compressed the CD is in comparison.
It's getting a repress.At least 10 words must be entered. Please enter at least 6 more.https://www.amazon.com/Day-Age-LP-Killers/dp/B076VNPY7S
I hope it comes with the poster as well, anyways I got the 2008 pressing, perfect record
Anyone else think this would see a repress for the 10th anniversary? I hope so!
I own a mislabelled version of this. Both sides are labelled with B-side label. Does anyone else own one?I tried to add as a release, but somehow it doesn't work... Any advise? :)
Does anyone know the number of pressings this LP has?
I heard 1500 somewhere... but that could be way off.
I would consider myself a diehard Killers fan. I thought Hot Fuss was one of the greatest pop albums of the 2000's. When I first heard "Human" I declared that the Killers were done, the well had run dry, the chemistry had faded, and that they would never replicate the magic that was present on Hot Fuss. The CD version of this album just didn't do it for me. Fast forward years later and I recently found a copy of this on eBay. I was completely floored by this pressing. I couldn't believe what my ears were hearing, it was like listening to a completely different album. The clarity and depth can't be understated, if you were on the fence about purchasing the pressing: DO IT. You will not be disappointed…I can't explain how much I disliked this album, but once I heard it on vinyl…holy smokes. 5/5
I'm about to buy it too! I like this album so much.
I'm a huge Killers fan as well, except I actually really like Day & Age. I've been on the fence for a while about purchasing the album on vinyl for a while due to the price, but your comment pushed me to buy. I hope it's as worth it as you're indicating!