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Exclusive Album Stream: Kaiser Chiefs' 'Start the Revolution Without Me'

Preview the British band's new U.S. release in full

February 28, 2012 12:35 PM ET
Kaiser Chiefs, 'Start the Revolution Without Me'
Kaiser Chiefs, 'Start the Revolution Without Me'
Danny North

Click to listen to Kaiser Chiefs' album 'Start the Revolution Without Me'

After taking a three-year break from recording, former Mercury Prize shortlistees the Kaiser Chiefs have gotten busy again. Less than a year after releasing their fourth album, The Future Is Medieval, in the U.K., the band has significantly reworked the track listing for the U.S. market, retitling it Start the Revolution Without Me. The tracks toggle between the band's indie power pop and a distinct Kraftwerk/electronic influence on several tracks. Start the Revolution Without Me will be available on March 6th, but you can stream the album in full now.

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