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Most Kasabian albums are bloated pieces of work, having been created by some of the most self-assured, loudmouthed rockers since the Gallagher brothers. West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum is more demented than outsized, however, replacing the ego rock of Empire with a barmy blend of electronics, acoustics, horror movie ambience, and industrial psychedelia. Producer Dan the Automator adds touches of hip-hop to the mix, too, highlighting the band's rhythmic base by stripping back the layers of guitar and synth samples. The result is an interesting, unexpected piece of work, devoid of a militantly commercial single like Empire's self-titled track, and lacking the shaggy Madchester vibes that Christopher Karloff brought to 2004's Kasabian. If the band's eponymous debut was the soundtrack to a drug-filled night in England's trendiest club, then West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum is the soundtrack to the subsequent walk home, when the club has kicked out its last patrons and the streets are dark and forbidding. There's enough psychedelia here to partially thwart the shadowy electronics — for every "Vlad the Impaler," there's a trippy counterpart like "Secret Alphabets" — and Kasabian often augments the new approach with old habits, like the dance-rock chorus that bisects the anxious, minimalist shuffle of "Fire." Most of West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum canvasses unfamiliar territory, however, a wise move for a group has routinely struggled to escape the shadow of its influences.


Formato(a): 1999, Leicester, England

Genere: Alternativa

Anni di attività: '90s, '00s, '10s

Mescolando tracce di Stone Roses, Happy Mondays e Primal Scream con influenze dell’ elettronica di DJ Shadow i Kasabian riescono a impressionare la stampa britannica nei primi anni 2000. Dal nome di Linda Kasabian, l’autista fuggitiva di Charles Manson che diventò poi una testimone chiave, l’omonimo album di debutto dei Kasabian raggiunge la Top Five nella classifica album UK nell’Ottobre del 2004. Empire esce due anni dopo e raggiunge la vetta delle classifiche inglesi, pur non riuscendo a...
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