Kasabian are an English rock band formed in Leicester in 1997.
The band’s music has been described as a mix between The Stone Roses and Primal Scream with the swagger of Oasis.
Their music has won them several awards and recognition in the media, including a Brit Award in 2010 for Best British Group, and their live performances are generally lauded, the most notable of which was their appearance as headliners at the 2014 Glastonbury Festival.
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The band’s debut album was self-titled and was released in September 2004 on Arista Records. Kasabian’s first two single releases, ‘Processed Beats’ and ‘Reason is Treason’ achieved moderate success. It was not until the release of ‘Club Foot’, though, that they achieved chart success. The track reached number 21 in the UK charts.
Following a performance on the ‘Other Stage’ at Glastonbury 2005, Kasabian began writing and recording their second album. Empire was released in August 2006 and by the time of its release, the band had seen two lineup changes. The title track from the album was released as the lead single and reached number nine in the UK singles charts. The next two singles were ‘Shoot The Runner’ and ‘Me Plus One’. In October 2006, Kasabian recorded Live From Abbey Road at the infamous London studios that became famous when The Beatles recorded there.
Kasabian Backing Tracks – Club Foot … Cutt Off … Empire … Eez-Eh … Fire … Goodbye Kiss … Me Plus One … Rewired … Shoot The Runner … Underdog … Where Did All The Love Go … You’re In Love With A Psycho …