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The band was formerly called Saracuse and started recording at Bedrock Studios in Leicester where Chris Edwards worked as an engineer. The original band members all hailed from Countesthorpe and Blaby , and the band formed while Pizzorno, Meighan and Edwards were attending Countesthorpe Community College . [15] [16] [17] The first demo EP was produced by Scott Gilbert and handed to the band late on 24 December 1998. Three songs were recorded live: "Whats Going On", "Life of Luxury" and "Shine On". Their first public appearance was at the Vipers Rugby Club to celebrate Edwards' 18th birthday with family and friends. [18] [19] The band was then signed to BMG by London DJ and producer Sam Young and changed their name to Kasabian, after Linda Kasabian , a member of the Charles Manson cult (aka the Manson "family"). In an interview with Ukula , bassist Chris Edwards explained how former guitarist Chris Karloff picked the name. Reading up on Charles Manson, the Kasabian name stuck with Karloff. "He just thought the word was cool, it literally took about a minute after the rest of us heard it... so it was decided," says Edwards. [20] Kasabian is a common Armenian surname, from the dialectal Armenian ղասաբ ġasab taken from Arabic (قصّاب or ḳaṣṣāb ) [21] 'butcher' and the patronymic ending յան -yan . Sam Young had been working at small independent label Concept Music when the bands manager left the Saracuse demo on his desk. Concept wanted to sign the band and a deal was negotiated however Sam took over managerial duties and got them signed instantly to BMG as Sam had an old friend Darren Dixon who had just started doing A&R at the label. EMI were interested in the band as well. The band and Sam Young fell out.

Osayi-Samuel scored three times in that month to help the Tangerines edge closer to the League Two play-offs, which they will reach if they defeat Leyton Orient on Saturday.

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