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Tuesday, April 29, 2003 - Help Kashmir
The new Kashmir video "Rocket Brothers" premiered on Boogie tv Saurday April 26th - this week in rotatoin on Boogie and candidate to the Boogie List - cast your vote on www.boogie.dk
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Monday, February 17, 2003 - New Kashmir video
Watch the new Kashmir video, "Surfing the Warm Industry" at www.kashmir.dk
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Wednesday, February 12, 2003 - Kashmir news
This just in...

Here is the track Listing for Zitilites by Kashmir, due out on 03-03-03

The album will come in two different cd versions. One version in a jewel case cd and a version with four luxury covers and two booklets, where one will be a 40 page photo book with pictures taken by lead singer Kasper Eistrup. A double Vinyl version with an exclusive poster wil also be released

01-Rocket Brothers 5.27
02-Surfing The Warm Industry 4.27
03-The Aftermath 4.22
04-Ruby Over Diamond 3.09
05-Melpomene 4.40
06-The Push 4.47
07-Ramparts 4.07
08-Petite Machine 4.44
09-The New Gold 3.41
10-Big Fresh 5.11
11-In The Sand 3.14
12-Small Poems Of Old Friend 6.04
13-Zitilites 4.01
14-Bodmin Pill 3.59

The style of the new album is said by the record company to be more simple and dry.
Kashmir describes it as a new BEAT sound...
All I know is I can't wait to get my hand on the album, and listen to it over and over again
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Thursday, January 23, 2003 - Kashmir news
This week Kashmir announced the title of their next album, "ZITILITES"

First single "Surfing The Warm Industry" will be launched tomorrow, January 24th on DR Go' Morgen P3 between 7AM - 8AM.

This week Kashmir returned to Denmark after weeks in UK, with John Cornfield (Muse, The Verve and Supergrass), mixing the new album. The 14 track, album is produced by Kashmir in their own studio Petite Machine, in Denmark.
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Friday, January 10, 2003 - Kashmir news
Kashmir are on the verge of releasing a new studio album.

The album will be the latest in a row of four successful albums that include TRAVELOGUE (´94), CRUZENTIAL (´96) and the previous album, THE GOOD LIFE (´99), which was awarded 6 Grammy´s.

The new album is produced by Kashmir, who are currently in the Sawmills Studio in Cornwall, UK, mixing the album with british producer John Cornfield.

Kasper Eistrup (vocal, guitar)
Mads Tunebjerg (bass)
Asger Techau (drumms)
Henrik Lindstrand (keyboards, guitar)
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Kashmir is a Danish rock band and the style of the band has changed from album to album. The music is great rock music filled with all sorts of musical inspirations like; metal/jazz/fusion/Britpop/grunge.

So to identify Kashmir's style is hard indeed.

Kashmir released their third album in 1999 called "The Good Life", a great album in my opinion and the most of the Danes opinion they have won the Danish Grammy a couple of times in different categories.


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Comment by Ulrick (Anonymous) - Wednesday, November 27, 2002
just follow up on the album "The Good Life", it was voted in 2000 as the best danish album of all time, beating the much aclaimed rock band Gasolin.


Comment by Mathias (Anonymous) - Friday, January 31, 2003
inspiration source: Primus?


Comment by Thomas Pedersen (Anonymous) - Monday, April 28, 2003
Kashmir Rules! I love them


Comment by Mads (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 29, 2003
@Thomas Petersen:
Yes you are absolutely right Kashmir kicks ass! Have you seen the latest video to "Rocket Brothers"? It is a beautiful black and white cartoon. With the band hidden in the clouds and the moon...
Mads Erdland Aanum


Comment by Mads (Anonymous) - Tuesday, April 29, 2003
@Mathias:
Yes one among many, there are different inspirations on each album they have released...
Mads Erdland Aanum


Comment by joe (Anonymous) - Friday, May 16, 2003
Hey. You lucky Europeans! Why hasn't Kashmir hit it big in the states? I'm from Minnesota and have not heard of Kashmir until about three months ago when a fellow dane of mine introduced them to me. I am very thankful for that because now Kashmir is my heart and soul. Is Kashmir Europe EXCLUSIVE. I can't even find a CD of theirs to buy! If they are it's a pity. : (


Comment by Mick Øendal der... (Anonymous) - Monday, May 19, 2003
hey Joe have you tired cdnow or amazon I think I have seen them there... otherwise I don't know where to find those albums but they kick ass that is for sure...
by the way go to www.kashmir.dk to see the latest video it is great...


Comment by Emma (Anonymous) - Friday, May 23, 2003
Can I Buy their cds in Taiwan?


Comment by From Singapore! (Anonymous) - Thursday, June 12, 2003
Anyone knows where I can get the lyrics to this album ?


Comment by Søren (Anonymous) - Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Great work Mads! I think that Kashmir gets better and better for every album, and could easily hit it big if a major label desided to launch their PR-machine on them. Until then...people simply have to read pages like these...



Comment by Mads (Anonymous) - Tuesday, July 22, 2003
Thanks søren...
those are some kind words about both me and the band...


Comment by joe (Anonymous) - Friday, July 25, 2003
Hey it's me again, still have not found an album of theirs to buy...sobs. :(
Thanks for the suggestion Mick but amazon and cd now have zero of Kashmir. I have a good feeling Kashmir will come to the U.S. sooner or later. I wrote ROSA and thier manager said that Rolling Stone and David Fricke were working closely together at the Spot 9 festival. I sure hope they do something and make a move internationally here.
Hey singapore you can get their lyrics from here....
http://www.letssingit.com/?http://www.letssingit.com/kashmir-hkgsb.html
There is about 30 songs or more here. Enjoy...

Cheers!



Comment by mads (Anonymous) - Friday, July 25, 2003
ok have you seen the www.kashmir.dk page it's pretty cool...


Comment by joe (Anonymous) - Sunday, August 3, 2003
Hey..of course I have seen their page. I visit there everyday! It's really very nice....it inspired me to make a page..and I'm making it on Kashmir too.


Comment by Tim (Anonymous) - Monday, August 11, 2003
Kashmir rocks I'll see them in holland utrecht in the zinin festival I'm from belgium and I think kashmir rulez Im looking for a tshirt of kashmir but I dont find it can you help me please send me something on my email punkrock_rules101@hotmail.com
I thank you already
greatings from belgium


Comment by Tim (Anonymous) - Monday, August 11, 2003
I love my danish girl ANNE-CATHRINE OMANN she let me hear kashmir I thank her for that :) danmark really rules


Comment by Zintus (Anonymous) - Wednesday, August 13, 2003
We saw Kashmir at the Halden-Pop Festival in Germany. Just great. We'll buy some albums. Why didn't I know them before?


Comment by Christoffer hansen (Anonymous) - Tuesday, September 2, 2003
I just like to say, that most people intend to forget the great Kashmir albums Travelogue and Cruzential!!!!!!!


Comment by mads (Anonymous) - Tuesday, September 2, 2003
not me I love the first album... it's my favourite... and cruzential has a very strange sound compaired with the other kashmir albums...



Comment by Hisham malaysia (Anonymous) - Wednesday, September 24, 2003
Kasmir will bolw your mind with totally different than Coldplay.


Comment by duven@duven.de (Anonymous) - Sunday, October 5, 2003
I have listened to the record "The Good Life". I was very disappointed, because I knew the Swiss band Kashmir with their Album "Alarme" and expected some other kind of music.


Comment by OddyPapaya (Anonymous) - Thursday, January 22, 2004
KASHMIR IS THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Comment by OddyPapaya (Anonymous) - Thursday, January 22, 2004
actually ive been backstage with those guys...
got their autograph..
*HOORAH!*
my bigbrother knows the bassist (Mads Tuneberg)


Comment by Morten (Anonymous) - Friday, January 23, 2004
@above,

well then please ask your brother, to tell them to grow back theire balls...

Such great potential, such waste.


Comment by Alex (Anonymous) - Saturday, January 31, 2004
Im from Mexico, and a just want to say Kashmir change my life, I love their music, unfurtunately, I discovered the band just one month ago, and I´m agree with the people who said Forget the travelogue and cruzential album.

VIVA M E X I C O cabrones


Comment by Katrine (Anonymous) - Tuesday, February 24, 2004
Hello everybody!
I can see that you like Kashmir very much!
Therefore i'll give you a kashmir-fansite:
http://www.kashmir-lounge.com


Comment by Tony C (Anonymous) - Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Saw these guys last night at a venue in Glasgow..Amazing.Met mads after the gig,in a venue by name of king tuts,wah,wah hut..small venue for Artists of this calibre,but i'm just glad to get to c them!KEEP 'EM COMIN.


Comment by butt wipe (Anonymous) - Wednesday, March 17, 2004
bite me


Comment by Niller (Anonymous) - Monday, May 10, 2004
Does anyone know if Kashmir are coming to the "Rock am Ring" festival in Germany this year?


Comment by Alina (Anonymous) - Thursday, June 24, 2004
Hi ! The band is indeed great! but when had they formed?1993?
P.S.In estonia where i live practically nobody knows kashmir(exept me and my friens..) That's so bad!! Here people know only Sugarbabes... Britney Spears..and other stuff... stupid


Comment by Mads Aanum (Anonymous) - Thursday, August 26, 2004
Kashmir is in the studio working on a new album... can't wait for that to be released...


Comment by Roger (Anonymous) - Tuesday, March 15, 2005
Absolutely amazing yet this new generation is an aditional complement:

"On the back of their solid double single release, "Rain Inside" is the band's debut dabbling of tunes, and I must say, it really explores what emerged out of Manchester back in the '80s... "Rain Inside" is full of sound that has been explored before, but Flannelmouth manage to offer sprawls of invigoration to it, making this 10-track LP a rather sleek listen... A good mixture of upbeat noise and slower laments makes "Rain Inside" an accomplished debut affair."
- Simon, anemicmagazine.com (Australia)
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"This Helsinki quintet is hot at home and flashing on the hipster radar in the U.K. It makes perfect sense why. Its cross of Interpol meets the Cure or Depeche Mode in a Smiths song is so now, but the group's knack for economic pop song structure makes the 10 cuts substantial. Watch for them. A -" - Stuart Derdeyn, Province Newspaper (Canada)
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"The primary song writers in Flannelmouth ... have obviously studied the dynamics of good pop songs. This 10 track collection 'Rain Inside' is well crafted and polished... This is the sound of a band that are very self assured... There are some gorgeous pop moments on the LP - most notably '(What A) Comeback'. Which is one of my favourites on the whole LP as the guitars are less in your face. Although when the band go for a more rock sound the band are equally convincing as shown on the rocky 'Here Comes The Fight' . This is a fine debut album." www.lostmusic.co.uk (United Kingdom)

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"It is a really strong debut... 'Rain Inside' is intensive, passionate and emotional guitar pop... ...when the song turns into that wonderful chorus, you can already say that it was worth buying the album eventhough you are not yet through listening to the first song. It's that good."
- Vesa Lautamäki, onechord.net (Finland)

Etc.........



Comment by mohd radzeef bin rashid (Anonymous) - Thursday, March 24, 2005
kashmir was a great band and their music are great.though i never heard of this band before and of course their songs but when i first was introduced to this band by my friend i'd started to look for the album but i failed.i'm from malaysia and where can i get this 'zitilites' album from?


Comment by Megz (Anonymous) - Friday, April 15, 2005
what kind of music would you say they are? emo, alternative ...what? theres so many lables in canada...i just cant get every band straight. but they are AWESOME!!!


Comment by Camila (Anonymous) - Saturday, April 23, 2005
i dont speak english!! ... i live in chile.. sud america... but... i love this band!! kashmir is the best band !!!
the video rocket brother is fantastic..!! very nice!!



Comment by Paloma (Anonymous) - Thursday, August 18, 2005
Hey Mads...Kashmire rules!!!... it's a really cool band... i'm from Peru... in southamerica... it's hard to find somebody here that has heard from kashmire... but i do... cos rocket brothers took my heart!!!... kisses!







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