Keep On Your Mean Side (Deluxe Edition) - The Kills

Keep On Your Mean Side (Deluxe Edition)

The Kills

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2008-05-05
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17

  • ℗ 2003 Domino Recording Co. LTD


Title Artist Time
Superstition The Kills 4:40 USD 0.99
Cat Claw The Kills 3:32 USD 0.99
Pull a U The Kills 3:23 USD 0.99
Kissy Kissy The Kills 5:02 USD 0.99
Fried My Little Brains The Kills 2:08 USD 0.99
Hand The Kills 0:50 USD 0.99
Hitched The Kills 4:02 USD 0.99
Black Rooster The Kills 4:24 USD 0.99
Wait The Kills 4:47 USD 0.99
Fuck the People The Kills 4:17 USD 0.99
Monkey 23 The Kills 2:59 USD 0.99
Gypsy Death & You The Kills 2:09 USD 0.99
Gum The Kills 1:22 USD 0.99
Jewel Thief The Kills 2:47 USD 0.99
Sugar Baby The Kills 4:20 USD 0.99
The Search for Cherry Red The Kills 2:58 USD 0.99
Dropout Boogie The Kills 4:07 USD 0.99


  • Great band

    By Fast Eddy321
    And while Midnight Boom was good, I think this is their best so far. Definitely get this "deluxe edition" as the bonus tracks are not only great, but they flow with the rest of the album, making it feel like the "full" album. Only complaint is I liked the version of Black Rooster from the EP of the same name.
  • Love it love it

    By Valtronica
    I absolutely love this album but I just realized that she sound like polly Jean Harvey a lil to much...
  • amazing

    By liiuiuiy
    JEsus these people have a great musical capacity
  • !!

    By gonzowitch
    This album is great front to back over and over again
  • channeling beefheart

    By idonthaveagoodnickname
    Great Captain Beefheart Cover!
  • The Kills friggen kill.

    By William S. Razor, Ret.
    I’m a HUGE fan of The White Stripes & Jack White. When Jack came out with a new band, The Dead Weather, I was eager to hear. I thought it was merely okay, but something intrigued me about the lead female singer, Alison Mosshart (a.k.a. VV), whom I’d never heard of before. Turns out she came from a band called The Kills which has a similar (not identical, just vaguely similar) dynamic as The White Stripes: one dude and one chick, garage rock blues, etc. I listened to this entire album and loved it. But their dynamic also reminds me of another power duo. Jamie Hince’s (a.k.a. Hotel) musical style is rather similar to one Mark Knopfler of Dire Straits fame: the bluesy guitar work somewhat, but particularly his voice. While Alison does not exactly sing like Sting, her higher range vocal compliments Jamie’s lower range much as how Sting’s does for Mark Knopfler on “Money for Nothing.” That dynamic, mixed with very raw electric guitar sounds, mixed with very cool and totally unique beats, The Kills friggen kill. If you’re into that sort of thing, download this album. (I’m not as impressed with their newest album Midnight Boom, though I really like “Sour Cherry” and “Last Day of Magic.”) I see this is considered the “Deluxe Edition” and appears to have five more songs than the non-deluxe, so definitely go with this one (especially considering as of now the price is identical). Besides, I see the reviews from the non-deluxe have a number of listener complaints that iTunes messed up the order of the songs. Don’t know if they corrected it there, but the order on this deluxe edition is spot on as far as I can tell.

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