He's quieter, smarter and while knocking out those massive, bombastic hooks that make Kasabian the sort of band who get played on football montages and sell squillions
of records, is still instropective enough to write lyrics that are personal and affecting.
And so, of course, when it was recently revealed that Labour, should it win the election, would create four new UK-wide Bank Holidays, there were the predictably downbeat comments from "experts" who claimed such a move would cost the country billions, zillions and squillions
He'll make squillions
preaching, sorry, speaking to whoever.
Having spent last summer in Disney World and Universal Studios, I now realise movie-makers spend squillions
of dollars trying to create the very backdrops we have on our doorstep.
And that was certainly the case for this Summer Festival at St Laurence event, the evening sun streaming into Ludlow's magnificent Parish Church as Charles Owen settled into a reading which was as remarkable for its wit and character as for its sheer command over these squillions
When you're supremely successful, look great and have squillions
in the bank, perhaps it's better to spend the day counting life's blessings rather than allowing meaningless nonsense to put your designer knick knacks in a twist.
Simply because it will demonstrate once and for all that you don't have to spend squillions
to win it.
Surely feminism is about celebrating being a beautiful sexy woman, great mum and earning squillions
more than most men just by blinking.
Jls Twitter Followers 922,191 The runners-up to A-Burke in 2008 are a triumph on home turf, with five No 1 singles, squillions
of teen followers and almost-national treasure status (cos of Aston's backflips).
The Government may be comfortable with banks being greedy for profits and paying squillions
to their senior managers, but I am not.
Don't think I'm squandering the squillions
I get for writing this column; the beauty of a Mediterranean cruise is it reminds you of Europe's immense diversity.
I think he's an inspiration, having left school with no qualifications, and normally, I would have said he was a man of the people, despite his squillions
in the bank.