*Originally released October 18th 2018*
Steve and Doug are back to tackle the UK electronic rock band Kasabian. What does visual aesthetic have to do with an album? Where does politics end and the club begin? What does production work really do for an album's sound? And how awesome can facial hair truly be? Believe it or not, the guys manage to chat about it all!
Music featured this week:
Empire - Empire
Goodbye Kiss - Velociraptor!
You're In Love With A Psycho - For Crying Out Loud
U-Boat - Kasabian
1:43 - Doug was right and there was a surge at the end! Ill-Legitimate made their $12'000
9:06 - Noel Fielding plays Richmond on The IT Crowd
9:47 - Here's our episode M Is For The Music
29:16 - Here's the anti-imperial, anti-colonial, anti-war video for "Empire"
44:00 - Starring Noel Fielding and directed by Richard Ayoade is this short grindhouse video for "Vlad The Impaler"
1:03:42 - One of the guys' favourite music reviewers is Todd In The Shadows, and here's his TrainWreckords episode on Be Here Now by Oasis
1:19:50 - It's true! Björk technically has two debut albums: Her self-titled release from 1977 (when she was just 12), and her official debut in Debut in 1993. BUT you could also count her single 1990 jazz album with tríó Guðmundar Ingólfssonar, Gling-Gló, or the 1988 debut album of The Sugercubes, Life's Too Good. Or any of the other bands she's been a part of.
Club Foot - Kasabian
Stuntman - Empire
treat - 48:13
I.D. - Kasabian
Neon Noon - Velociraptor!
Are You Looking For Action? - For Crying Out Loud
Kasabian's Official Website
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