Day & Age

The Killers - Day & Age
Critic Score
Based on 24 reviews
2008 Ratings: #524 / 748
User Score
Based on 256 ratings
2008 Ratings: #169
Liked by 3 people
November 24, 2008 / Release Date
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CRITIC REVIEWS

Plats
75
While its not as good as their first two efforts, "Day & Age" is extremely catchy, hooky, fun, well-produced and enjoyable. There are a few moments of filler, though.

Fav Tracks: Spaceman, A Dustland Fairytale, Human, Losing Touch, Joy Ride

Least Fav Track: I Can't Stay

Score:
7.5
Very Good
MasterCrackfox
62
Four years removed from their explosion, The Killers attempted to keep riding the wave of momentum that Sam's Town brought them with big hits like When You Were Young. Their anthemic sound here shifts even more into a synth realm. It gives The Killers an even larger and more stadium ready sound than ever.

What The Killers may have failed to realize was that just sounding stadium ready isn't what made people fall in love with their music. Sure, the heavy pop elements made it easy. But there ... read more
CLJesse
50
Wait I fell back below 1000 we're gucci
Z.Younk
67
Human is great, not many other stand out anthems, however.
twwalter
75
As the 2000s were marching towards the end, America was changing, the world was more conscience. And the Killers? We'll they gave themselves a complete facelift, took a more conservative tint with their voice, and put forth a more electronica outing. Yet, the charm that made The Killers so enjoyable remained.
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#22/Q Magazine
#24/The Guardian
#28/Beats Per Minute

Track List

  1. Losing Touch
  2. Human
  3. Spaceman
  4. Joy Ride
  5. A Dustland Fairytale
  6. This Is Your Life
  7. I Can't Stay
  8. Neon Tiger
  9. The World We Live In
  10. Goodnight, Travel Well
  11. Tidal Wave
  12. Forget About What I Said
  13. Human
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