Kasabian - For Crying Out Loud FLAC album
Title: For Crying Out Loud
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1749 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1387 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1605 mb
Other Formats: ASF MMF TTA MPC AAC ASF ADX
For Crying Out Loud is the sixth studio album by English rock band Kasabian. It was released worldwide on 5 May 2017. The single "Comeback Kid" was originally released for the FIFA 17 soundtrack, though it was leaked online to YouTube six days before the North American release of the game. The leak was promptly taken down.
Songs start at NIS . 0. Inspired by Leicester City’s extraordinary English Premier League win and the multicultural euphoria that swept their hometown, Kasabian prolong the party. Serge Pizzorno approached the band's sixth album as a reaction to the sonic experimentation of 2014’s 48:13-its songs were written on guitar and almost all over a whirlwind six weeks of efficiency. They capture a songwriter basking in his sweetspot.
Almost identical to Kasabian - For Crying Out Loud (2017) but with a different bar code.
Kasabian - Are You Looking for Action? (08:22, 320Kb/s). Kasabian - Comeback Kid (04:20, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: For Crying Out Loud (2017).
For Crying Out Loud is the sixth studio album by English rock band Kasabian Artwork. This is surrounded by a white background with the band's name printed above the artwork and the title printed below in quotation marks, followed by the year in brackets.
Distributed ahead of the album release in May 2017. You're In Love With A Psycho. Comeback Kid. The Party Never Ends. Are You Looking For Action? All Through The Night. Bless This Acid House. Put Your Life On It. Two different designs of this CD were issued, one with the old Kasabian logo and one with the new font.
For Crying Out Loud is notable only for its lack of these limited strengths. It is utterly bereft of personality while what experimental edge they once had has long since faded. While many Kasabian albums have been bad, none have been quite this mind-numbingly boring. Bless This Acid House' is the record's particular nadir, and the starkest illustration of what's wrong with the new Kasabian album. Shooting for anthemic but landing in some unhappy medium between a limp imitation of Primal Scream's Give Ou. nd every 'summer anthem' a team of faceless major label songwriters could ever try to conjure. Say what you like about Kasabian but never have they been this pedestrian, predictable, and so utterly, utterly bland.