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The Killers' fresh LP for September
The record has now been given a September release date, according to the band. It's going to be hitting shelves on the 17th of that month, meaning fans will be able to own fresh material from the music instrument playing group in a little over two months' time.
The group's followers may well be hoping for tracks on the album to enjoy the same success as some of the band's best-known material, such as the tracks Mr Brightside, When You Were Young and Human.
The fresh LP will feature tracks such as Carry Me Home and Heart Of A Girl, as well as the single Runaways, which can already be heard on The Killers' website
The band's September LP has been given the name Battle Born.
Published by AW. Posted on 11 Jul 2012 12:42 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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