Five years after his debut solo album, Killers frontman Brandon Flowers is once again putting his hometown of Las Vegas under the musical microscope in all its seedy glory. He’s viewing it through a day-glo 1980s tinge, and has even managed to rope in some of that decade’s musical maestros to help: Pet Shop Boy Neil Tennant contributes backing vocals to lead single I Can Change, while former Peter Gabriel bassist, Tony Levin, and Bruce...
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