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Win New Kasabian Album '48:13'

What is an album, but the sum of all its parts?
Kasabian's refreshing new album '48:13' consists of 13 tracks, accumulating to a total running time of 48 minutes and 13 seconds.

The distinct sound and integrity of Kasabian's fifth studio album defines the very essence of the band, their trademark sound distilled and re-packaged into one incredibly exciting, unique statement of intent.

'48:13' is driven by the continuous evolution and musical experimentation of the band through their previous 4 albums, spanning a career which celebrates its 10th year with the release of this, their 5th album.

1st single 'Eez-eh' shows just one end of the spectrum of possibilities showcased by Pizzorno's song-writing and production. A relentless all-night tune which will doubtlessly ignite the moshpits of the band's string of high-profile summer headlines, not least that of their much anticipated Sunday 29th of June night pyramid stage headline slot at this year's Glastonbury festival, and of course the huge sold-out Leicester homecoming gig at Victoria Park on the previous weekend, June 21st.

CLOSING DATE: Thursday 26th June 2014 23:23

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