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Written on: 04/11/2012
It is perfect. Granted, they have amazing albums now, too. Go check them out. Hot Fuss will always be a classic. It includes such amazing singles and hits that should be familiar to people by now. I would definitely recommend people to listen to this album, but I also recommend people to listen to their Sam's Town, Sawdust, Day & Age, and the new Battle Born albums as well. You're bound to find wonderful songs to fit your taste---whatever it may be. They are extremely diverse in their music… Read Full Review
Written on: 30/09/2007 by KateHManu (1 review written)
All Songs Great Only Let Down Is "Believe Me Natalie". "Everything Will Be Alright" Is A Great Way To End The Album… Read Full Review
Written on: 25/07/2007 by degbert (120 reviews written)
Hot Fuss saw the Killers hit centre stage in the music scene - seeing them at Reading perform practically the whole of the Hot Fuss album was probably the highlight of the festival that year (2005, though I think Queens of the Stone age were vastly superior, but hey).
It's a good strong album with great singles material in Mr. Brightside, Smile Like you Mean It and Somebody Told Me; all a bit quirky, a bit odd, good drumming and guitar work, a bit "left-of-centre" pop, as one might expect… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2007 by Cognition (90 reviews written)
I borrowed Hot Fuss accidently a while back.
As a rule, I don't really get one with this genre of music. However, Hot Fuss is the exception.
I can't think of much to say apart from this is a VERY good album and is only let down slightly by the last track.
I would definately recommend this to anyone… Read Full Review
Written on: 12/12/2005 by kesey (1 review written)
Looking into The Killers Hot Fuss album too closely is a bad idea all together, but when it comes to solid pop music, The Killers have the edge here.
Not exactly awe-inspiring rock, but as far as commercial singles and flawless image go, The Killers have raised the bar with this debut. I can only hope that they don't take themselves TOO seriously, because I know I don't.
Great to bop your head, but that's about it… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/05/2005 by Bubabaah (42 reviews written)
The Killers' debut album Hot Fuss is amazing. Unless you live under a rock in a desert you can't have failed to hear some of the singles. Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me, Smile Like You Mean It and All These Things That I've Done have all been realeased, some more than once as The Killers struggled to gain the recognition they deserved. In a way I was slightly disappointed as I was hoping to find tracks on the album that were even better than what I had heard already. This isn't the case and… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/03/2005 by loopie2loo (7 reviews written)
The Killers, Hot Fuss - This album is going to be big, much bigger than it is now.
You love (or even if you weren't fussed) about 'Somebody Told Me' - I guarantee you will LOVE the likes of 'Andy You're a Star' 'Jenny Was a Friend of Mine'... I could list another 8 tracks... Just one more O.K... 'All These Things I've Done' - If you don't LOVE it (no matter your taste in music) I'll be very surprised!… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2004 by emmalas greenleaf (1 review written)
The album is an ecclectic mish-mash of US-based band. Album is full of epic tracks and well worth buying… Read Full Review
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