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Kings of Leon - Come Around Sundown Album Lyrics

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NameCome Around Sundown
ArtistKings of Leon
GenreRock, Alternative, Indie
Released2010-10-19
Discs1
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 TrackDurationRankScore 
01.04:25 5.0/5
02.03:27 5.0/5
03.04:13 4.9/5
04.03:31 -
05.03:28 -
06.03:30 5.0/5
07.04:05 -
08.02:52 -
09.03:07 -
10.03:05 -
11.03:16 -
12.04:08 -
13.04:45 5.0/5
14.03:50 -

submitted by Aisha on September 10th, 2010
corrected by breathe on October 8th, 2011

 5 Comments
0 likes - like | 26-11-2010 06:09 lika_88 
 
13 posts
perfect album... every song is Great
0 likes - like | 13-11-2010 21:57 Kas1992 
 
40 posts
Amazing!
One of the best albums of the year!
0 likes - like | 26-10-2010 00:39 music_junkie 
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0 likes - like | 26-10-2010 00:15 music_junkie 
music_junkie
 
120 posts
KOL's best album to date. this will probably be their most commercial effort yet, melodic, sexy bass rhythms driving the backbone of most of the album, many radio-friendly tracks (e.g., pyro, the end, the face, pickup truck, no money). sort of suprised by radioactive being chosen as the first single though.. good song, i just would've gone with either more anthemic like pyro, or more rock n roll (no money, the immortals). also, for me it kinda has a bit of a dave matthews vibe to it too on some tracks, think they could gain some DMB fanbase with it. would love to see the face as the follow up single though, it will be HUGE i predict.
0 likes - like | 19-10-2010 03:42 Ruppi 
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429 posts
I don't know about the fans, I tried to get onboard with this album. I was surprised to find out this is what the hype is about. I'm better off with A Thousand Suns, by Linkin Park. That's called change- the good one.