Kasabian featuring LL Cool J - Days Are Forgotten (Z-Trip Remix)

A rather unusual collaboration has reached the interwebs as LL Cool J joins the (Z-Trip) remix

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A rather unusual collaboration has reached the interwebs as LL Cool J joins the (Z-Trip) remix of Kasabian’s new single “Days Are Forgotten.” The Leicester rock quintet is set to release the tune along with “Pistols at Dawn” on September 11. The track is taken from their upcoming album Velociraptor!, which will be released eight days later. Listen below and share your thoughts on this unlikely clash of genres.

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