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The Killers Biography
Vegas rockers The Killers formed in 2001, going on to become one of the biggest bands of the noughties.
Brandon Flowers on vocals, Dave Keuning on guitar, Mark Stoermer on bass and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. on drums produced such huge hits as 'Mr. Brightside' and 'Somebody Told Me'. 2013 will see the release of a greatest hits compilation 'Direct Hits', featuring two new tracks 'Shot At The Night' and 'Just Another Girl'.
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