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Live from the Royal Albert Hall Live, CD+DVD


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 10, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Live, CD+DVD
  • Label: Island Records
  • ASIN: B002Q4TKAY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (186 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #52,916 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Human
2. This Is Your Life
3. Somebody Told Me
4. For Reasons Unknown
5. The World We Live In
6. Joy Ride
7. I Can't Stay
8. Bling (Confession Of A King)
9. Shadowplay
10. Smile Like You Mean It
See all 28 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Human
2. This Is Your Life
3. Somebody Told Me
4. The World We Live In
5. I Can't Stay
6. Bling (Confession of A King)
7. Shadowplay
8. Smile Like You Mean It
9. Losing Touch
10. Spaceman
See all 17 tracks on this disc

Editorial Reviews

Limited two disc (DVD + CD) edition of the very first Killers live DVD includes a bonus CD containing 17 of the show's performances. Live From The Royal Albert Hall features the Las Vegas band performing tracks from their three studio albums (2004's Hot Fuss, 2006's Sam's Town and 2008's Day & Age) including the hit singles 'Human', 'When You Were Young', 'Mr. Brightside' and 'All These Things That I've Done' as well as rarer tracks including their cover of Joy Division's 'Shadowplay' and fan favorite 'Sweet Talk'. This package also includes the band's first and only live CD with 80 minutes of live performances. Special features on the DVD include behind the scenes documentary, alternative angles, bonus festival performances and more.

Customer Reviews

These boys can really put on a good show!
Kenneth
The audio and picture quality are excellent and there are some great bonus features on the DVD, interviews with fans and crew.
ADRIENNE MILLER
I have watched this DVD many times and I am still amazed each time by how good this DVD is.
Jerry C. Medved

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Kenneth on November 10, 2009
Format: Audio CD
In a live setting, The Killers really take their music to the next level! I have absolutely nothing bad to say about the DVD or the CD. Everything, from the music, to the video quality (and even the packaging) is perfect. Brandon's vocals are clear, with a wide and incredible range. Dave's guitar comes in at all the right moments. Mark Stoermer's bass playing is some of the best that I've seen in a really long time! And of course, there's Ronnie's drums that tie everything all together. The band really feeds off the crowd, and you can tell there's no other place the crowd would rather be. These boys can really put on a good show! Just as I was losing faith in modern music, The Killers came along and turned everything around for me. This live DVD is long overdue
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By mike on November 5, 2009
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
This doesn't get released till November 10th, 2009. But, I just saw it in theaters (it was in very select theaters on Nov. 5, 8pm). It's every bit as good as I hoped it would be. I was lucky enough to be near a theater that played this just a few hours ago, there were only 8 in the whole state of California that was playing this. Visuals were amazing, and the sound was superb. It's not easy to fill a place like Royal Albert Hall with as much intensity, energy and passion as the Killers have done. The stage was attractive and familiar if you've been to a Killers show. The shots were well filmed and the sound capture was good as well. I can't wait to get this and play the **** of my surround system.

Update:
Received it in the mail the day the DVD/Bluray was released. Way to go Amazon!
My rating of 5/5 remains unchanged. This release is every bit deserving of 5 stars. I know it isn't clear on the Amazon page, but the Blu-ray version does NOT come with a CD. The DVD version does. However, that is more of Amazon's fault for not listing correctly, so I disagree with the reviewers who let this affect their review of the Bluray. Product reviews should pertain only to the product, IMO.

This Blu-ray is great because the concert itself was great. The Killers are probably one of the best live bands in the world today. This movie release brings the Killers concert experience into the home very, very well. The energy from the band is amazing and Brandon Flowers is left gasping for air at some points.

Just buy it, you will not regret it.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Eric Castle on November 10, 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
"The Killers: Live at the Royal Albert Hall" showcases the band's incredible skill, as musicians, and as performers.

All of the great songs from all of The Killers albums (Hot Fuss, Sam's Town, Sawdust, and Day & Age) are on this DVD.

Each and every song keeps you on the edge of your seat, wanting more. When I watched the concert, the time flew by very quickly. The performance did not drag on at all. The flow from one song to the next was seamless.

The audio mixing is done incredibly well; the vocals and the instruments are clear and present at the front, but you still feel the warmth of the live setting.

I saw The Killers live for the first time on the Day & Age Tour back in January, and what struck me the most about their concert was how much it felt like an experience! It was more than just a concert, or a collection of songs.

The Killers accomplished this same feat at The Royal Albert Hall

If you are a Killers fan, or if you're even just a fan of good rock n' roll music, this package is definitely for you. Don't hesitate to check it out!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Alexis Miller on December 10, 2009
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
The Killers - Live From Royal Albert Hall is an excellent concert video, revealing The Killers as brilliant musicians, both individually and in ensemble. Ronnie Vannucci's drums beat at the center of this astounding group like the steady heart of a seasoned jazz musician: always alive, always responsive to the band, always in perfectly chosen tempo. Dave Keuning, on guitars, is lightyears beyond the generalized strumming of most rock chord-players, speaking to us articulately and beautifully with his nimble fingers. On Bass, Mark Stoermer is powerful and elegant, never missing a step, or beat, and is vigilantly alert to his fellow musicians, always nuanced.

The group inspires total confidence, which is in no small part due to the astonishing talent of Brandon Flowers, a singer whose grasp of vocal possibility, both technically and creatively, is far beyond his years. His pastiche of power, nuance, simplicity, refinement, flawless technique, and elegance place him solidly in the pantheon of great singers. Did I mention power? At 28, he has a command of his instrument, and an insight into it's mysteries, that most advanced artists do not begin to approach before they are in their 40's. Simply put, he is a phenomenon: delivering unbroken passion in perfect balance with his skill. Never missing a note or moment of connection, his attention is always with his audience, with giving them the best, and ALL of it. And they are ready and willing to take him up on his offer.

The concert DVD / Blu-ray is first rate, mostly due to The Killers all-around brilliant talent as performers and composers, Flowers' lyrics always interesting, always impressionistic and captivating.
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The Killers Live at Royal Albert Hall CD/DVD
I bought the Live at the Royal Albert film off of iTunes last week, and I also saw it when it was in theaters last Thursday. You don't need to worry about the movie being a big singalong. The audio is very well mixed! The band's music, and Brandon's vocals, are clear and forward at the front.... Read More
Nov 8, 2009 by Eric Castle |  See all 5 posts
Your Favorite Killers Song Live?
"All These Things That I've Done," the live version they did at Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa back in 2005. Amazing. Words cannot describe that version, except that the entire capacity crowd jumped up and down, bending the historic venue's floor of wood beams. Wonderful.
Nov 10, 2009 by bass boy |  See all 8 posts
The Killers are an amazing live band
Me too! I just saw them in Portland, and the energy was incredible. I'm really lookin' forward to this one!
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