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Old 03-08-2005, 04:17 AM   #1
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New Oasis single and album (CD)

Just received an e-mail from their website

It's their PR talk and not mine.......

On May 16th 2005 Oasis return with a brand new single entitled 'Lyla'. The track is taken from the band's hugely anticipated new album entitled 'Don't Believe The Truth', which follows two weeks later on May 30th on Big Brother Recordings.

Noel Gallagher believes that 'Lyla' is a true Oasis classic. "It's The Who. 'Lyla' was specifically designed for pogoing. We wrote 66 tracks and 'Lyla' was one that we revisited late on and it's ended up on the album. I'm happy with every track on the album."

'Don't Believe The Truth' is the sixth Oasis studio album - their first since the number one multi-million selling 'Heathen Chemistry', released in 2002.

Crowning what will be an extraordinary 2005, Oasis will embark on an extensive world tour that includes nine huge shows in the UK - including seven stadium gigs. Tickets for these dates sold out in record time, even challenging the speed with which they sold out their legendary Knebworth shows of 1996. Oasis have just added shows in Newcastle and Ireland in the face of phenomenal demand. Further UK and European dates to be announced soon.

Furthermore, Oasis will return to North America for the first time since 2002, playing their biggest US shows to date. Their show at the legendary 14,000 capacity Madison Square Gardens in New York on 22nd June sold out in an hour.
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Im actually interested in this, Im craving some good old fashioned Brit Pop.....
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WOO-HOO!

exciting times with the two biggest british bands releasing albums this year!
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Very good to hear.
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That's good to know. I hope it's a good album but I don't like thet title and I hope that first single is a rocker.
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Gotta love the Gallagher brothers! This is great news.
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WOO-HOO!

exciting times with the two biggest british bands releasing albums this year!
Is Radiohead releasing a new album this year??

Ohhh, you mean Coldplay and Oasis...

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Excellent news..the album is going to be pretty rocky from what I've heard.
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Looking forward to this.
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omfg!!!1 they want to sound like da beatles!!!111

j/k. i love oasis. god this year is great! new doves! new coldplay! new oasis!!!

oh yeah, and some other band is touring this year, i forgot who.......
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That's good to know. I hope it's a good album but I don't like thet title and I hope that first single is a rocker.
i have to say i love the titles of the single and the album.
'Lyla' and 'Don't Belive the truth' are certainly better than , 'The Hindu Times' and 'Heathen Chemistry'
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Looking forward to it. =)
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but I don't like thet title
It's no worse than Definitely Maybe.

Be Here Now was probably their best album title, although they stole it from the hippies. Standing On the Shoulders of Giants was good too, but they stole that from Isaac Newton.
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It's no worse than Definitely Maybe.

Be Here Now was probably their best album title, although they stole it from the hippies. Standing On the Shoulders of Giants was good too, but they stole that from Isaac Newton.
Remember, though, that it was changed to the singular form of shoulder, and therefore a drunken mistake
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The songtitles are quite cool and different for this Oasis album:

"Stop The Clocks"
"The Importance Of Being Idle"
"Meaning Of Soul"
"Boy With The Blues
"Guess God Thinks I'm Able"
"Mucky Fingers"
"A Bell Will Ring"



So, just the titles alone suggest a less generic and more inspired set of Oasis songs.
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