Strangeland, the fourth studio album by Keane, reached the first position of the British album charts in no time at all. It's a continuation of the tradition set by its predecessors. Despite the persisting success, the band members themselves haven't always been able to enjoy the fruits of their labours. "In this kind of business it's quite easy to get addicted to fame," professes pianist Tim Rice-Oxley.
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