Hot Fuss - The Killers

Hot Fuss

The Killers

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2004-06-07
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2017 Island Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.


Title Artist Time
Jenny Was a Friend of Mine The Killers 4:03 USD 1.29
Mr. Brightside The Killers 3:42 USD 1.29
Smile Like You Mean It The Killers 3:54 USD 1.29
Somebody Told Me The Killers 3:17 USD 1.29
All These Things That I've Don The Killers 5:01 USD 1.29
Andy, You're a Star The Killers 3:14 USD 1.29
On Top The Killers 4:18 USD 1.29
Change Your Mind The Killers 3:12 USD 1.29
Believe Me Natalie The Killers 5:05 USD 1.29
Midnight Show The Killers 4:03 USD 1.29
Everything Will Be Alright The Killers 5:44 USD 1.29


  • love it

    By cpochat
  • Mr. Brightside is gold

    By MPLily
    Somebody Told Me is good too.
  • LIT!!!

    By baconbaconbacon!!!
    I LOOOOOVE THEM!!!i have 3 albums by the killers and on the way to Hershey park I always listen to them!!!watched their concert at Europe and they ROCKED IT!!!🤩
  • still iconic

    By Critic 1402❤
    my whole childhood resonates in this album, mr brightside will forever and always be my favorite song. this gives me feels I cannot even explain omg, this will always remain iconic
  • Legendary

    By PokesRocks
    The killers created my favorite album ever. The first six songs are easily the best songs off this album. It begins to fade after believe me Natalie, midnight show delivers a dance along song like Somebody told me and On top, change your mind kinda dips into a quirky style alternative, and everything will be alright isn’t the brightest. The four singles off this album is “killer”. Jenny was a friend of mine delivers an amazing performance from mark on the bass, not much needs to be said about Mr. brightside (we all know how good that song is), smile like you mean it is easily the best synth riff off the album, and somebody told me is so much fun. But all these things that I’ve done is the best of the entire album; it’s amazing gospel sound singing “I got soul but I’m not a soldier”, the intro where it starts with the piano and then the drums, the guitar and then the bass kicks in, and course is so amazing. Easily this album gets a 10/10
  • They’re only good album

    By HappyChihuahuas
    I feel like there albums are to mellow where as this one is a lot more “rock-e like especially “Somebody told me” But songs like “Jenny was a friend of mine” is a little on the wild side

    By KillerMustang20
    This is my favorite pop song of all time. Mr.Brightside is great for long car rides and minute drives I love this song!!
  • A classic

    By Swagreninja
    Modern classic right here
  • This album 🙌

    By PolarizedBoi
    Mr. Brightside is a masterpiece, and so is every other song on this album 🤘
  • Hot Fuss ... the killers (2004)

    By Sugar Shelly 882
    From beginning to end, The Killers debut release, Hot Fuss, is quality. In addition to the tracks released as singles that received heavy radio play (Mr Brightside, Somebody Told Me, All These Things that I have done, Smile Like You Mean It), the rest of the album is on the same level as the household name chart toppers. The opening track, “Jenny Was a Friend of Mine” is the perfect opening selection that introduces the listener to the bands signature sounds: the addictive synth pop reminiscent of 80s new wave, the rhythmic bass that drives the song the same way a lead guitar would, danceable (and under appreciated) drum work and vocals, dark but catchy, think sensual arrogance that drips sexy through the entire album. “Jenny” has become a fan and band favorite, a live set staple, often as one of the encores performed by the band at live shows. Other notable “lesser known” moments include “On Top” & “Change Your Mind” and the deluxe and European releases include three incredibly strong and memorable tracks: “Glamorous Indie Rock n Roll”, “The Ballad of Michael Valentine”, and “Under the Gun”. There are theories that Hot Fuss was written in a style similar to a concept album. The best known and the only one confirmed by the band is affectionately known as the “Murder Trilogy”, a story of lust, infatuation and tragedy told in three parts: (1. “Leave the Bourbon on the Shelf” (does not appear on Hot Fuss, released on “Sawdust”, a b-sides and previously unreleased collection in 2007. 2. Midnight Show (track 10 on Hot Fuss) and “Jenny Was a Friend of Mine” (Hot Fuss opening track). Hot Fuss lacks nothing. One could argue that the first 5 tracks of the album are so strong and received so much attention that the second half of the album is overlooked. Don’t make that mistake. If you haven’t become acquainted with the essential debut album from the Las Vegas based foursome, the record is a memorable must.

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