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Old 03-15-2006, 05:53 PM   #91
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That would be great if they did go back to older B-sides. Frankly, I think they're going to have to. And they've just got to include Sad Song, Round Are Way and Up in the Sky (acoustic).
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Just cause I'm loving this thread, I figured I'd post in here again. Just wanted to say that I think Noel Gallagher is one of the most underrated songwrites ever. I love the melodies & lyrics he comes up with. Sure, sometimes his lyrics can be complete nonsense (even he admits that) but the tunes that man turns out are amazing. Currently, I can't stop listening to (You've Got) The Heart Of A Star. Great, great song. If anyone's ever feeling down on themselves just give this song a listen and pay attention to the uplifting lyrics...


Never gonna get along hanging out thinking out loud
You never gonna get it on and be someone stuck in that crowd
So you call out the feelings you hope that don't never exist
But don't be ashamed of your bones and your blisters

So come on come on my brothers and sisters
Cos you can only be what you are
And you've got the heart of a star
But the light never hits ya
And I said come on come on my brothers and sisters
If you could see what I could see maybe we could all get along

And maybe I could justify the bad things in life that I've done
So I call out the feelings I know that don't ever exist
I wont be ashamed of my bones and my blisters

So come on come on my brothers and sisters.
Cos you can only be what you are
Cos you've got the heart the heart of a star
But the light never hits ya.

And I said come on come on my brothers and sisters...

And the slower that you go
The greener the grass grows
And what we all need is love in our lives.
So go about your business
Cos life aint your mistress


Come on, come on my brothers and sisters
Cos you can only be what you are
Cos you've got the heart of a star
But the light never hits ya


So be all you can
And just hold up your hands
Someday you'll understand why life never kissed ya
And I said come on come on my brothers and sisters
Come on, come on my brothers and sisters

I said come on come on my brothers and sisters
I said come on come on my brothers and sisters
I said come on come on my brothers and sisters

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Old 03-16-2006, 01:58 AM   #93
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TheQuiet1, this one's for you mate...beautiful song....

Idler's Dream
Oasis

My heart it skips a beat when I behold
The light that's shining through your eyes of gold
From heavenly blood you seem to spring
From heavenly waters you can drink

I'll meet you on a day that never ends
I'll greet you in a way that heaven meant
You lay me down gently on the leaves
You cover me over in my sleep

I never did say that I wish I could
I never could pray cos it's just no good
I hope you don't break my heart of stone
I don't wanna scream out loud
And wake up on my own

And as I close my eyes
And the sky turns red
I realise just what you are
You're an idlers dream
And you're singing Shangri la
Shangri la
Shangri la
Shangri la


The melody that goes with these lyrics is just amazing....
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Old 03-16-2006, 04:38 AM   #94
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Noel is the one of the greatest songwriter's in Rock And Roll history....

I love Carry Us All, I love the line...

Everybody's Gone For a quick surefire solution,
But faith in any God is gonna bury us all

No lyric has ever summed up how I feel so accurately...
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Old 03-16-2006, 10:04 AM   #95
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Currently, I can't stop listening to (You've Got) The Heart Of A Star.
I got addicted to this for ages too. This part of the song is my favourite. Just the way Noel sings it, it's perfectly done.

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And the slower that you go
The greener the grass grows
And what we all need is love in our lives.
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TheQuiet1, this one's for you mate...beautiful song....


I remember the first time I heard this song. It just seemed so unlike any song they'd done before. No soaring chorus, no rocking guitar, heck, not even any guitar! Just pure, pure gentleness. I know Oasis have done many 'gentle' and tender songs before but not like this, it's one of the best songs they've ever done and then they hide it away as a B-side!! Typical Oasis. But that's what I like about them, that to them "A B-side was no reason not to care" it was just as important that the song sounded good as it would be for an A-side. If only U2 still gave B-sides that same importance...
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what's the song that plays before oasis comes on stage??

no really, I want to know, I saw them thursday, killer show, the best was when they did My Generation as a closer...sweeeeeet...they rocked it
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what's the song that plays before oasis comes on stage??

no really, I want to know, I saw them thursday, killer show, the best was when they did My Generation as a closer...sweeeeeet...they rocked it
You mean the song RIGHT before they take the stage? It's called Fucking In The Bushes and it's from their fourth album - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants.

I saw them on Monday. Amazing show, as always
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You mean the song RIGHT before they take the stage? It's called Fucking In The Bushes and it's from their fourth album - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants.

haha, really? nice. see, I don't actually have many of their albums, but I might want to get more now that I've seen them live thanks
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haha, really? nice. see, I don't actually have many of their albums, but I might want to get more now that I've seen them live thanks
Really? Lots to discover If you don't have Definitely Maybe, go get it NOW That or The Masterplan, which is a collection of their earlier b-sides. Oasis b-sides =

Just a couple suggestions
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Old 03-25-2006, 04:32 AM   #100
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what's the song that plays before oasis comes on stage??

no really, I want to know, I saw them thursday, killer show, the best was when they did My Generation as a closer...sweeeeeet...they rocked it
thursday was a great show, a bit better than wednesday. i loved the venue (the murat theater)....probably the best sounding acoustics i've ever heard......u2 should play there
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Oasis are a great band to discover. When I left my preconceptions about the Gallagher brothers, I was able to realize how good they are
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Old 03-28-2006, 10:34 AM   #102
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I want to make one thing clear before I start- Everything I know about drumming could be written in invisible ink on the back of postage stamp. Basically, I know nothing about it.

But I still want to ask what you lot make of Zak Starkey's drumming? Because to me it just doesn't sound right at all...is he really the fantastic drummer that some people make him out to be?
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Noel's Oasis despair

Noel Gallagher has admitted he and his Oasis bandmates became "directionless" after their massive Knebworth concerts.


Oasis played two famous shows in front of 250,000 people at Knebworth in August 2006 - the biggest gigs in UK history at the time - following the incredible success of their first two albums.
(I think the author meant to say 1996 above)

But guitarist Noel has admitted that the band struggled with the pressure of matching their mid-nineties success in the years that followed.


He told Uncut: "At the time, doing the biggest ever gigs in England, 'Morning Glory' being the biggest album in British history, it was like, 'Well, what now?'


"I remember sitting there, at Knebworth, in the backstage area, and someone saying, 'Well, what now?' And I was like, 'I couldn't tell ya.'


"And that was how I felt for a good couple of years afterwards, I really suffered.


"It's like, what do you do when you've done everything? I suppose it's like getting a massive, massive pay rise and buying everything you want.


"What do you do after that? You kind of sink into boredom. Kind of directionless."


Meanwhile, Noel has confirmed he is to play an intimate acoustic gig for charity Mencap at the Union Chapel in Islington on November 26.


The gig will be part of the Little Noise Sessions curated by Jo Whiley and tickets go on sale at 9am on Saturday (October 7).
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Ive actually just begun an Oasis forum. Its brand new. Check it out. And dont worry I'm not trying to steal Interference fans to my site.

http://z10.invisionfree.com/Familiar...ex.php?act=idx
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Old 10-08-2006, 02:09 PM   #105
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Oasis are a great band to discover. When I left my preconceptions about the Gallagher brothers, I was able to realize how good they are
I didn't really listen to them as I was always reading things about them in magazines and I decided that I wouldn't like the based on the sort of people they seemed to be.
Now I'm a big fan, and I don't care !
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