Day & Age
The Killers - Day & Age
Critic Score
Based on 20 reviews
2008 Ratings: #470 / 726
User Score
Based on 113 ratings
2008 Ratings: #83
Your Review
Jun 21, 2017
They finally regain the formula that worked so well on Hot Fuss. Losing Touch followed by Human followed by Spaceman and Joy Ride... and A Dustland Fairytale... Never mind! They kind of regain some of their formula in the sense that Day & Age is a tighter affair than Sam's Town at only 10 tracks. Half of which are rather solid and enjoyable. Of course this being The Killers we can't forget about the odd clunkers that keep them from being capable of making a great album. At least a great EP? ... read more
Mar 14, 2016
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.
Mar 4, 2016
Fav Tracks: Joy Ride, Spaceman, Human
Feb 8, 2015
The Killers are effectively the closest thing my generation has to classic rock. Let's face it: Kings of Leon is too lazy, Train is too frivolous, Coldplay is too soft. However, with Day & Age, The Killers took a step back by simply not changing their outdated style. This album is epitomized by the single "Human", which features all the sonic achievements of every Killers single before it (catchy synths, a powerful guitar-led riff) but lacks the touching intimacy we've come to ... read more
Jan 23, 2015
Some fillers, but some amazing masterpieces.
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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