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Album: Blood Pressures
# Song Title   Time
1)    Future Starts Slow
2)    Satellite
3)    Heart Is a Beating Drum
4)    Nail in My Coffin
5)    Wild Charms
6)    DNA
7)    Baby Says
8)    Last Goodbye, The
9)    Damned If She Do
10)    You Don't Own the Road
11)    Pots and Pans
 

Album: Blood Pressures
# Song Title   Time
1)    Future Starts Slow
2)    Satellite
3)    Heart Is a Beating Drum
4)    Nail in My Coffin
5)    Wild Charms
6)    DNA
7)    Baby Says
8)    Last Goodbye, The
9)    Damned If She Do
10)    You Don't Own the Road
11)    Pots and Pans
 
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Performer Notes
  • Audio Mixer: Tom Elmhirst.
  • Photographer: Robert Knock.
  • While touring alongside the Raconteurs in support of Midnight Boom, Kills vocalist Alison Mosshart struck up a friendship with frontman Jack White, leading to the formation of the Dead Weather in 2009. The Kills took a short break while the Dead Weather worked feverishly, issuing two albums in ten months and touring behind both. Blood Pressures finds Mosshart partnering with Jamie Hince once again, ending a multi-year hiatus with another offering of sexy, minimalist garage punk.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (p.94) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "There's a new attention to variety and sonic details on BLOOD PRESSURES, with a touch of goth gospel in the backing vocals."

Rolling Stone (p.74) - Ranked #43 in Rolling Stone's '50 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "The best record yet from the blues-punk duo Alison Mosshart and Jamie Hince is sex-drenched fury."

Spin (p.77) - "'Satellite' is a creeping fuzz-funk jam, while 'Nail in My Coffin' sports a catchy arena-glam chorus."

Alternative Press (p.93) - 3 stars out of 5 -- "Songs like 'Future Starts Slow' and the sleazy, sultry 'Baby Says' are some of te duo's best to date..."

Magnet (p.38) - Ranked #16 in Magnet's '20 Best Albums Of 2011' -- "The sullen, bluesy tracks on BLOOD PRESSURE are an instantaneous, shivery thrill..."

Billboard (p.48) - "Bluesier and less electronic than its predecessor, BLOOD PRESSURES is by far the Kills' most accomplished and diverse set yet."

Paste (magazine) - "[A] great rock record....It strikes the perfect balance of songs that make you want to break whiskey bottles and those just right for moments worth remembering."
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