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Mosshart features on the 2006 Primal Scream song "Dolls (Sweet Rock and Roll)", from the album Riot City Blues, as well as on the Placebo song "Meds", the title track of their 2006 album.She also featured on Cage the Elephant's song "It's Just Forever", from "Melophobia".In 2003, The Kills released their first album Keep on Your Mean Side.In 2005, they released their follow-up album No Wow.She finally approached him, after which they started playing around with some music ideas.After she went back to Florida, she continued writing songs with Hince, by sending her ideas overseas to London where he lived.Mosshart also joined The Last Shadow Puppets on stage in 2008, in The Live Olympia Theatre in Paris. Amongst her other accomplishments is her role as backing vocals on the Arctic Monkeys track "Fire and the Thud" off of their album, "Humbug".Mosshart debuted her artwork as part of Art Now NY's collaborative exhibit, Push It, in 2014. In 2015 she had first solo art show, Fire Power, at the Joseph Gross Gallery in New York.
The band recorded their first album, Ataxia's Alright Tonight when the band members were still in high school, and began touring aggressively throughout the DIY punk underground in North America and Europe.He enters into the musical industry and develops his musical career through bands called Fiji, Scarfo, and Blyth Power.He co-founded The Kills with American singer Alison Mosshart in 2000. He gets badly affected by the accident as Hince lost one of his fingers on his left hand being shut in a car door.She became very exhausted and ill, so after saving money, Mosshart moved to London and the duo officially started.She has tattooed the date of their first concert on her left hand: 14 February 2002.