Archive for April, 2009

New MySpace Bus Pics

Posted in Photos on April 30, 2009 by Jennijops

Kasabian to play HMV London 06/08/09 [MOJO Honours List Launch]

Posted in News on April 30, 2009 by Jennijops

THE DAY IS MAY 6. Blimey, that’s next Wednesday! The location: HMV’s flagship music store, 150 Oxford Street. The opportunity: a soon-to-be-legendary confluence of barney-rock’s greatest exponents, as Kasabian (pictured) and The Pretty Things join forces to celebrate the announcement of the 2009 MOJO Honours List shortlists.

The fun starts at 12.30pm, when The Lightning Seeds’ Ian Broudie will turn in a set of familiarly well-crafted pop, to be followed at 1.30pm by the ’60s Most Dangerous Band, the still-extraordinary Pretty Things.
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Ladies and Gentlemen [Roll the Dice] Lyrics

Posted in Lyrics on April 30, 2009 by Jennijops

Ladies and Gentlemen [Roll the Dice]

I tell you something isn’t right
The way i’m feeling kept me up all night
I fix myself another drink
I guess that’s crazy i need time to think
And all the good ones got away
All the good ones gone to waste

And I take another hit
And do I really get my joint still lit?
All the TV’s hypnotised
All the loonies on the rise
And old man what I got to tell you

Tonight Ladies and Gentlemen
I roll the dice
Just gimmie that dice
It’s been so hard working for no one
Just gimmie the dice
Let me roll that dice

Wakey wakey rise and shine
Put down your souvenirs I think it’s time
Coz we’ve been dead behind the eyes
Switching stations as our country dies

No matter what you do, you know
The world it keeps on turning
We never feel a thing
Come on and meet me at the Carnival

Tonight Ladies and Gentlemen
I roll the dice
Just gimmie that dice
It’s been so hard working for no one
I roll the dice
Just gimmie that dice

No matter what you do, you know
The world it keeps on turning
We never feel a thing

Thanks communist bhoy

Kasabian Snoozer magazine [June 2009]

Posted in Chris Edwards, Ian Matthews, Photos, Serge Pizzorno, Tom Meighan on April 29, 2009 by Jennijops

Here’s Kasabian gracing the cover of Japanese magazine Snoozer [June 2009]. Photography by Jonathan Worth. Big thanks to Bei for the scans. Gritty, aren’t they….?

NEW TRACK: Ladies and Gentleman [Roll the Dice] Acoustic

Posted in Audio, Downloads on April 29, 2009 by Jennijops

It was on a french radio yesterday. Thanks Curlies…

Ladies And Gentleman (Roll Dice).mp3 – Kasabian

Kasabian est de retour sur OUI FM avec le nouvel album The West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum. En avant-première, ils nous jouent deux nouvelles chansons en acoustique Underdog, Ladies And Gentlemen et Who Loves The Sun la reprise du Velvet Underground. ..

http://www.sendspace.com/file/fdtdrq

Kasabian Reveal New Album Details, Artwork

Posted in Articles/Interviews, News on April 29, 2009 by Jennijops

 

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English rock band Kasabian has revealed that their next album’s cover is inspired from The Rolling Stones’ album “Their Satanic Majesties Request.” The band’s members dressed up as Napoleon and a priest, among other costumes, for the cover of “West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum.”

In an interview with NME.com, frontman Tom Meighan says, “We wanted to do, like you know the Stones dressed up as wizards, and all that kind of shit. You see these psychedelic bands dressed up as kings and stuff, so that was the take on it.” Continue reading

KASABIAN TO RELEASE ‘FIRE’ THE FIRST SINGLE OFF THEIR UPCOMING RECORD TO RADIO THIS MONTH

Posted in News on April 29, 2009 by Jennijops

NEW YORK (Top40 Charts/ RCA Records) – “Fire”, the first US single off of Kasabian’s highly anticipated third album will be released to college and specialty radio in late April and alternative radio in May 2009. The video for “Fire” directed by acclaimed british director W.I.Z. (Oasis, Kasabian, Massive Attack) is available now at http://www.Kasabian.co.uk.
“West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum”, their third album, will be released on June 9th on RCA Records. Produced by Serge Pizzorno and Dan the Automater (Gorillaz, DJ Shadow), it is a follow up to their second album Empire which debuted at No 1 on the UK charts was rewarded 9 of out 10 stars by the NME.
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