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Released: May 2004

The musical equivalent of clobbering a stranger in the face with a rubber mallet, 'Club Foot' introduced the world to Kasabian with the same level of subtlety that Tom and Serge have been trotting out in the seven years since its release. That the band have become so huge yet this remains their live trump card tells you everything you need to know about the raw power at the heart of the tune. That they managed to achieve anthem status with not only their first single, but a single without a recognisable chorus, tells you why Kasabian are and always will be the band of the people. Oh yeah. (MW)

 

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