Brandon Flowers Songs Ranked

Brandon Richard Flowers (born June 21, 1981) is an American musician, best known as the lead singer and keyboardist of the Las Vegas-based rock band The Killers. In addition to his work with The Killers, Flowers has released two solo albums, Flamingo (2010) and The Desired Effect (2015). He has reached number one on the UK Albums Chart eight times, and on the Billboard 200 once, including work by The Killers. On July 4, 2010, the Killers headlined the “Salute to the Military” USO Concert at the White House. They performed “God Bless America” and favorites from their catalog.  On June 22, 2013, the Killers headlined the 90,000-capacity Wembley Stadium, their biggest solo show to date. Here are all of Brandon Flowers’s songs ranked.

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10. Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas (Flamingo, 2010)

“Opener “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” is the only real attempts Flowers takes at trying to make real music on this album and its one of its saving graces.”

9. Never Get You Right (The Desired Effect, 2015)

“First impressions are that once again it is his voice and vocal style that stand out. He has a distinct delivery, a sort of strangled passion is the best way I can describe it, and even though some of the material here is quite unlike what he would normally sing with The Killers, he still sounds very much like himself.”

8. Jilted Lovers and Broken Hearts (Flamingo, 2010)

“At first i like the text very good. And i think it is very important with guitar that is in the end of the sentences in the verses. That makes a big difference to, in together with the beat. As we reach the chorus things get even better i think, and i can feel my heart beating a little bit faster when we reach “When I saw you dancing, on the moon now” Because just that part is a hitter with a genius harmony.”

7. I Can Change (The Desired Effect, 2015)

“Another highly superficial release from Flowers. He continues on the same nonsense path as The Killers. Unfortunately, I can’t even say it’s a big surprise. This is mediocre.”

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6. Magdalena (Flamingo, 2010)

“Magdalena, and is a happy song too. It starts with a fresh start. And it is a very light song, like many of the others. I think this song reflect the whole album very good. Its a song that is quite simple to like at first. Because it got this really catchy rhythm and melody. And it uses the simple oh-oh-oh thing, which often does catch you because it so simple to chew.”

5. Only the Young (Flamingo, 2010)

“It has a slow start, and it seems like its going to be a boring song. But then it takes the turn that i was hoping for. Cause after just half a minute it comes a little beat, which is kinda picked up from The Killers (Which is his band normally) And the song seems to take the turn into a fresh and glad song. The Chorus is also very good, when the vocal goes in a slow, normal pace you have the backing rhythm which lifts it all.”

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4. Crossfire (Flamingo, 2010)

“The verse isn’t that interesting, but it does make a good start, but when we, quite fast come to the chorus I think the bass makes a really big different, and without that you know it that is the factor that make this chorus catchy.”

3. Still Want You (The Desired Effect, 2015)

“The tune sounds so incredible to me, and the gospel feel makes me just want to get up and dance! Not to mention that the song is very heartfelt and Brandon looks mighty fine in the video.”

2. Can’t Deny My Love (The Desired Effect, 2015)

“Honestly, when I first heard this song I was a bit uncomfortable. It didn’t quite strike me right. But I decided to give it another go, watched the music video, and really just listened to it a few more times. Somehow it got better each time I listened to it, and now I just really love it and have been listening to it on repeat all week! So catchy, and the lyrics just really draw you in!”

1. Lonely Town (The Desired Effect, 2015)

“This has to be one of the best songs by Brandon, I could literally listen to this song ALL day and not get tired of it. Brandon Flowers has such a unique voice and sound. he makes any song sound slightly haunting and very convincing in his lyrics. even this breakup song is great. “spinning on a gravitron”…a state fair ride based on the old “Rotor” rides in the socal amusement parks. great song, great lyrics, great sound from the old killers lead singer. outstanding…”