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  1. Killing Joke: The Concert File. Living In The Eighties: This time has become known as the 'mid-period' of the band -- at least according to most 'encyclopedia of rock' books that even bother to mention Killing Joke's existence.
  2. "Kings and Queens" is Killing Joke's third single from their fifth studio album, Night Time. It was originally released by E.G. Records on 21 March as a 7" and 12" single in the UK, and a 7" single by Polydor in the luenismobecafecourreimindthamenmo.coinfo was produced by Chris luenismobecafecourreimindthamenmo.coinfogh "Kings and Queens" was overshadowed by the success of Killing Joke's previous single, "Love Like Blood.
  3. Night Time is the fifth studio album by post-punk band Killing Joke. It was originally released in March worth every penny Live like Kings and Queens! Awesome. By marc (Australia) Review is for a different format. (0) (0) Awesome Love Like Blood and Eighties and the best Killing Joke songs-the band rocks! By jamesbrogan (The Best.
  4. Wardance (Live) $ on iTunes 5. Blood on Your Hands (Live) $ on iTunes 6. Change (Live) $ on iTunes 7. Seeing Red (Live) $ on iTunes 8. The Fall of Because (Live) $ on iTunes 9. Follow the Leaders (Live) $ on iTunes The Death and Resurrection Show (Live) $ on iTunes Kings and Queens (Live) $ on iTunes
  5. Album video. - Rok Dabla/Year of the devil feat. Jaz Coleman; - No Way Out But Forward Go! - XXV Gathering: The Band That Preys Together Stays Together; - Requiem; Video musicali. - Let's All Go (To the Fire Dances) - Eighties; - A New Day; - Love Like Blood (di Peter Care) - Kings and Queens.
  6. It's been a devil of a time convincing some of this band's once-ardent fans that Killing Joke are back on track in a big way with Night Time, but the excellent selections for singles off the LP have been a help."Kings and Queens" sounds like an air raid, with Geordie's gigantic guitar reverberation thundering in your ears and Jaz Coleman's full-throated hollering taking off like .
  7. It was preceded by the single "Eighties", non-album single "A New Day" and "Love Like Blood", and followed by "Kings and Queens". All four singles charted in the UK, but "Love Like Blood" was an international hit and charted in Germany, Ireland, Netherlands and New Zealand.

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