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Posted on Jun 10, 2014 01:05 pm
Kasabian guitarist Serge Pizzorno gave today's fans quite a bashing, ripping the online culture and the lack of attention among modern listeners.
Chatting with Digital Spy, Serge was asked on whether Kasabian would be equally successful if they were formed today.
"It's mental now, it's really f--king hard," the guitarist replied. "You can see why there's no bands left almost, it's really really tough. I remember if I had a CD that was like 15 quid or whatever, y'know half your wages and you would go 'Oh no this is rubbish what have I done? I've got to listen to it again!' and then 5, 6 listens in you're like 'This is amazing.'
"When you just give something 30 seconds on some laptop speakers and then you review it and go 'Oh this is s--t - bang, I just hate that'. It's horrible, that culture of form an opinion after 20 seconds then tell everyone on the Internet it's s--t," Pizzorno added.
The latest Kasabian studio effort, "48:13," saw its release on June 6, featuring a total of 13 fresh tunes.