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Kasabian Content/Copy-Protected CD
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There's nothing particularly original about Kasabian. The hirsute Leicester band swaggers like the Stone Roses, plays dance-rock like Primal Scream, and mouths off like Oasis. Singer Tom Meighan even once famously derided Strokes singer Julian Casablancas in an interview with the NME as a "posh f---ing skier." But these are also the things that make Kasabian's debut so endearing. It's an album that spills over with personality and confidence, delivering massive club anthems in the form of songs like "Processed Beats," "Cutt Off" and "L.S.F. (Lost Souls Forever)," where the band finds just the right balance between primitive riffs and space-age grooves. -- Aidin Vaziri --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
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Without getting over my head in detail, the first six tracks are all pure hits and the last four are defintely listenable. If you're Madchester fan in any form, buy this disc.
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This is one of my absolute very favorite albums of all time. I cannot praise it highly enough! The songs are so catchy, dancy, irresistable and wildly cool. Read morePublished on April 23 2006
The first couple times I listened to this album, I wasn't sure how much I liked it. However, I've since listened to it a lot more and it's sure grown on me. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2005 by Weird Al,Weird Al