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The Kills

Year: 2011

Runtime: 01:08:37

Alison Mosshart’s predatory prowl across the stage and Jamie Hince’s effortless cool beneath the spotlight has rendered them a force to be reckoned with. The duo are as renowned for their ferociously seductive live shows as for the pulsing riffs and growling vocals ingrained within all four of their widely acclaimed albums.

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Rock, Indie

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Rock, Indie, Electronic, Alternative, Pop, Folk, Punk, Metal

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