14 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With its dark cinematic themes (that album title references a real West Yorkshire asylum) and A-list guests (Rosario Dawson appears on twisted lullabye “West Ryder Silver Bullet”), Kasabian’s third record represents a robust uptick in their ambition. Thankfully, all these blockbuster elements—the gospel choir finale of “Happiness,” say—are balanced by Sergio Pizzorno’s unquestionable ear for a gutsy, ear-worming melody. “Fast Fuse” brings full-throttle garage rock, "Fire" might be the band's defining single, and “Vlad the Impaler” adds glitchy malevolence to their anthemic formula.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With its dark cinematic themes (that album title references a real West Yorkshire asylum) and A-list guests (Rosario Dawson appears on twisted lullabye “West Ryder Silver Bullet”), Kasabian’s third record represents a robust uptick in their ambition. Thankfully, all these blockbuster elements—the gospel choir finale of “Happiness,” say—are balanced by Sergio Pizzorno’s unquestionable ear for a gutsy, ear-worming melody. “Fast Fuse” brings full-throttle garage rock, "Fire" might be the band's defining single, and “Vlad the Impaler” adds glitchy malevolence to their anthemic formula.

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