If you go to see The Killers, you know you're going to see them play "Mr. Brightside", "When You Were Young", "All These Things That I've Done" and a bunch of their other megahits. The guys know that it's what the fans want to see when they are at a show. Now why can't other bands do the same?
Brandon Flowers said, “It would be silly not to offer them what they want; it’s arrogant, and it’s rude. If I go see Tom Petty, I want to hear ‘American Girl’, I want to hear ‘Freefall’. If it’s Radiohead I want to hear ‘Karma Police’ and ‘Creep’. You do need to satisfy yourself, and there are things we want to do, but you have to be aware.”
I couldn't agree more. If you shell out $75 for a ticket, $25 for parking, $40 for two beers and dinner before the show, plus $30 for a t-shirt, you're damn right I want to hear the song that made you famous.