Kasabian

Biography

Taking their name from Charles Manson's getaway driver Linda Kasabian and their musical manifesto from electro-rockers the Lo-Fidelity Allstars, Kasabian brought a dose of squatters-rights polemic to the charts when their debut self-titled album reached No. 4 in the U.K. in September 2004. Add an apprenticeship on the East Midlands nosebleed techno scene and, in singer Tom Meighan, a Liam-esque way with a soundbite -- "The Stones, the Roses, Oasis, we're in that line" -- and it's clear these Leicester aggro-merchants may yet cause as much mayhem as their recreational idols the Happy Mondays.
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