"Where Did All the Love Go" starts off like it's going to be a really tough song ("Ever took a punch in the rib cage sonny / ever met a soul who had no shrine") but quickly turns in a hand-clapping anticrime violence protest song that could have come straight out of a 1960s peace movement. With, as always, that modern twist that makes Kasabian fascinating to me. Like most of their tracks this one keeps up a completely danceable beat, strong bass line, and a relevant message in the lyrics. The album's Eastern flair continues through this song as well.
Hate to say it but I'm giving four stars to this single because I don't like the B-side. I'm not a fan of remixes anyway and especially when I'm not too crazy about the song to begin with. "Vlad the Impaler" is okay, not a fave of mine, but skip the Zane Lowe remix and listen to the original.