The Killers slaughter their opponents to maintain their 100% record atop the album chart, with Battle Born dashing to the summit to become their fourth number one studio set from as many releases. Their introductory album Hot Fuss (2004) debuted at number six (29,359 sales) and took 32 weeks to reach number one but subsequent sets Sam’s Town (2006) and Day & Age (2008) both opened at number one, on sales of 268,946 and 200,299, respectively. Battle Born's opening ...
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