Jukebox the Ghost seems to be under so many influences that it should have a designated driver. Just two years after the band’s accomplished debut, Let Live and Let Ghosts, the Philadelphia trio’s sophomore album, Everything Under the Sun, was easily one of the most surprising albums of 2010.
Jukebox the Ghost is under the sway of so many influences, they probably shouldn't be allowed to drive. And what's with the Philadelphia trio absolutely jacking its sophomore album, 'Everything Under the Sun,' all the way out of the ballpark?
When it comes to 'Flamingo,' the new solo effort from Killers frontman Brandon Flowers, rules don't seem to apply. A solo album generally appears well into a band's existence, but here is Flowers putting his name above the title just seven years after The Killers' debut album.