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Old 06-02-2005, 07:56 PM   #31
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It's a great album. The first four songs are aweosme. I'm very much into The Importance of Being Idle right now, it's one of Noel's best songs. I love the whole feel of the song. Mucky Fingers is my second favorite after Layla!!! Great track! Turn Up The Sun is an awesome opening song but it's missing a solo before going slow again at the end. Keep The Dream Alive is defenitly a classic Oasis song already. It's going t sound gret live. I very much like the changing of vocals on Let There Be Love. Noel is great on this album as a singer. The acoustic punk rocker of The Meaning Of Soul is pretty cool. Too Bad Eyeball Tickler is not on the album, great riff.
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Old 06-02-2005, 10:16 PM   #32
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I like Turn Up The Sun so very much it hurts.
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Old 06-02-2005, 10:19 PM   #33
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Also I really, really like Guess God Thinks I'm Abel (however I wish the outro part where it kicked up a notch would have lasted a little longer).
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Old 06-02-2005, 10:26 PM   #34
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Pass Me Down The Wine should have been added to the album, its a nice propulsive acoustic rock tune...Love Like A Bomb is a great pop song as well, a nice progression for Liam's writing.
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I haven't heard the five additional songs mentioned in this thread. I must find them. Wow, I'm behind.
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Old 06-02-2005, 10:35 PM   #36
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Yeah, seek 'em out! Eyeball Tickler is on the Lyla single, and Pass Me Down The Wine will be on the 2nd single, but its also obviously online now..
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I like Turn Up The Sun so very much it hurts.

How good are the opening lines to that song? perfect for Liam's giant ego and heroically snarling vocals
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"I carry a madness everywhere I go
Over the border and back to the snow
So if you see me and I look right through
You shouldn't take it as a reflection on you."
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Exactly. Almost got all five extras.... 10 minutes away!
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The first three I've listened to are quite enjoyable. Still waiting on Eyeball Tickler and Can Y'see It Now.
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"Can Y'see It Now?" is the mostly instrumental "hidden" track after "Let There Be Love." It was on the leak as "I Can See It Now."

"Eyeball Tickler" and "Won't Let You Down" are the B-sides to "Lyla."

Dunno what "Sittin' Here In Silence On My Own" and "Pass Me Down the Wine" are, but I want them.
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Everytime I hear "Let There Be Love" I think of John Lennon...


Part of the Queue and The Importance of Being Idle are, as of now, the two standout tracks for me
Those two tracks are the ones ive been skipping to lol... i love them so much, and then i and skip to let there be love, but i also really love meaning of soul it's so short, but so GREAT!
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great to hear that everyone is enjoying the new oasis album. the main thing i noticed about it is that liams songwriting has gotten so much better. love like a bomb is such a great song.
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