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Live Earth Brought Peace for Keane & Kasabian

July 9, 2007 (2:53 am) GMT
Kasabian frontman announced that he is over mocking Keane's vocalist after both appeared in Live Earth Concert.
Live Earth Brought Peace for Keane  & Kasabian

Live Earth may not bring imminent climate change, but at least it waved a white flag for two bands. has put an end to their ongoing feud with fellow British act after both appeared on the "go green" event.

Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan said, "I'm over arguing about Keane. I'm trying to grow up in this world, man and that's like the green message." The vocalist had an argument with Keane frontman Tom Chaplin when he called Chaplin a "posh boy" and allegedly revealed that he lived on a diet of pies and Quavers. Prior to that, Meighan's band mate Serge Pizzorno also made fun of Chaplin entering rehab for an addiction to port.

Keane, meanwhile kept it cool in Live Earth concert by focusing on the green message delivered to the audience."You know what, we are here on momentous day for our generation," said Chaplin. "You know why? Because it's the start of a very long journey, but if we get off our back sides we can do something very important for mankind, and that's a very beautiful thing. Thanks for listening."

Chaplin has also revealed that Keane intends to put environment a factor for their next album. They plan to record the set in an eco-friendly studio and use biodegradable materials for its packaging.

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