Ok people! is time to vote, there is any excuse to not do it, right now everything is quite in the fandom so make noise and invite everyone to vote. Share it on twitter, facebook, instagram, any other site!!! and vote until your fingers hurt
or until u are hungry like me lol
COME ON GIRLS AND BOYS, EVERYONE MAKE SOME NOISE!
If there’s any doubt about such behavior being deserved, simply look at the stats: more than five million copies of Hot Fuss sold worldwide (the last time a new-wave, dance-pop album did that kind of business, Molly Ringwald and Dweezil Zappa were Hollywood’s It couple); two Hot 100 singles (including the Top 10 hit “Mr. Brightside”); three Grammy nominations; an MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist. They’ve been on Letterman, Leno, Conan, Kimmel, SNL, and of course, The OC. They’ve hung with Bono, Morrissey, Bowie, Noel Gallagher, Elton John, and Paul McCartney, and hired famed rock photographer/filmmaker Anton Corbijn to direct the video for “All These Things That I’ve Done” because they’re fans of his. And because they could. Perhaps more important, even those critics who initially explained away their crossover hits as crafty pastiches of Duran Duran, New Order, and U2 had to acknowledge the song-craft. Modern rock simply doesn’t make it onto hip-hop- and ballad-dominated pop radio these days unless the hooks are irresistible. By the time you read this, phase one of the Killers’ campaign for world domination will be complete. (Spin Magazine, December 2005)
Do you feel like you’ve changed a lot as people? “The world is definitely a smaller place for us now, and we’ve done things that we never would have done without music. Gone places that we never would have gone. We’ve seen so many things. Obviously we have had breaks along the way, but it has been such a continuous thing that when you don’t stop it feels like times goes a little faster.” (Brandon Flowers)
When You Were Young || The Independent || 08.09.14
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