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Live From The Royal Albert Hall

The Killers

Year: 2009

Runtime: 01:53:32

In July, 2009, the Killers set out to create a gift for their fans…a spectacular concert experience, at a uniquely majestic venue, featuring their greatest songs - filmed with pristine production values, for the bands first ever official live concert release. Includes the complete show with all the fan favorites performed live.

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Rock, Alternative, Indie

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