|Keane EP Details|
2010-02-25 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 10 Comments
|Keane will release the Night Train EP on May 10.|
The UK pop rock band collaborated with Canadian rapper K'Naan on the tracks 'Stop For A Minute' and 'Looking Back,' while 'Ishin Denshin' is a collaboration with Japanese rapper Tigarah.
Frontman Tom Chaplin said: "I think these tracks show us in a completely different light."
1. House Lights
2. Back in Time
3. Stop for a Minute (feat K'Naan)
4. Clear Skies
5. Ishin Denshin (You've Got to Help Yourself) (feat Tigarah)
6. Your Love
7. Looking Back (feat K'Naan)
8. My Shadow
ffs havent they quit yet
bite your tongue
Liked their first two albums, absolutely hated the last one.
was kinda fanboy of their works,but their latest effort was meh
The lead singer is hilarious
I love their albums with the exception of PS which sucked a little, and the inclusion of rapping is turning me off this EP.
They're really running out of ideas.
But I liked the first 2 albums (and some songs on Perfect Symmetry make me want to punch someone in anger, but I still find myself listening to them for some reason), so I'll give it a shot when its out.
and the inclusion of rapping is turning me off this EP.
Yup, Keane + rap = solid recipe for fail.
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