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by - written on 12/01/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
Live From The Royal Albert Hall is a CD/DVD set featuring Las Vegas band 'The Killers.' Recorded in July 2009, the historic London building is packed full of adoring fans of The Killers from around the world as the band put on an amazing show which demonstrates just how well they can perform live. Although The Killers quickly became a favourite band of mine after the release of their 'Hot Fuss' album a few years back I have still yet to see them live, although this is something which is definitely on my 'must see/ to do' list. My daughter has seen the band a couple of times and told me how good they are and having seen festival footage on TV, I was inclined to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
Released in November of 2009, Live from the Royal Albert Hall is the sixth album to be released the Nevada four piece rock band. Performed live in July 2009, it showcases all the hits from the previous four studio albums. The venue was chosen because of the connection the band share with the UK and because of the iconic status of the venue itself. At seventeen tracks and a runtime of a little over 78 minutes you definitely get your moneys worth. All the old favourites such as 'Somebody Told Me', 'Smile Like You Mean It' and 'All These Things I've Done' are included. Also included on the special edition CD/DVD pack is the DVD of the performance which includes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/11 (Very useful, 21 readings)
When The Killers released this in 2009 they were on top of the world. Having just had massive hits with tracks from the Day and age album, on top of a successful world tour and an ever increasing fanbase following two classic alums the band, led by the superb Brandon Flowers, really could do no wrong. Indeed, if ever you want to see a band at the top of their game, performing in the form of their life at the peak of their powers then his is the DVD to get! The Killers hit the Royal Albert Hall at the end of their first UK Arena tour and the band are clearly on a high. The DVD shines with the energy of a fan set totally in awe of their idols, totally besotted ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/10 (Useful, 5 readings)
I first saw them perform pieces of this album on television. The energy of the band, the energy of the crowd, and the electricity that seemed to be there in that hall that night blew me away. The performances of these songs made me start liking the Killers, a band that I had previously not found any pleasure in. By watching the DVD in the CD/DVD combo, I have honestly become a fan of this great band from "fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada." The way that the songs on the album are like a constant wave of emotion shifting from The Killers' typical high-energy "pump me up" songs (such as "Spaceman) to a little softer side previously unseen (such as a very . Read the complete review
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