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Old 06-05-2005, 11:25 PM   #61
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I listened to it today... good stuff, , although I wouldn't say that it's miles better than Heathen Chemistry, which I like a lot as well. "The Importance of Being Idle" is a fantastic song, very wry and Kinks-ey.

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i am not sure about it! to me there is nothing that hits you straight away track 2 i think is just plain awful! track 3/4/11 are the best 3 tracks

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Any chance of Passing Down the Wine or any of the other outtakes? I already have the B sides and the Japanese edition bonus tracks.

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Old 06-06-2005, 03:36 AM   #64
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Originally posted by andyuk
i am not sure about it! to me there is nothing that hits you straight away track 2 i think is just plain awful! track 3/4/11 are the best 3 tracks
2 annoys the hell out of me lol. I can't stand it... but that's the only one I don't like much... but I listen to it anyway.
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I downloaded "let there be love" and was so psyched to hear their new sound. I have missed them. I'm getting the new cd today! Ya'll have me excited about the rest of the c.d.! I can't wait!
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I guess I'm just not an Oasis fan but I think the album stinks. Nowhere near the sonic marvel of coldplay's new album.
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Originally posted by boosterjuice
Nowhere near the sonic marvel of coldplay's new album.

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Originally posted by boosterjuice
I guess I'm just not an Oasis fan but I think the album stinks. Nowhere near the sonic marvel of coldplay's new album.
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Old 06-06-2005, 03:07 PM   #69
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Must everything around here be about Coldplay?

I'm a fan of both bands and I like both albums! So there!

Honestly, the more I listen to Don't Believe the Truth, the more I like!

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Coldplay are way better than Oasis!!!!
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Everyone has their view on things, but for this person to say that "Mucky Fingers" is the best song from the album makes you wonder if she got past that song when listening to it.

'Don't Believe the Truth,' Oasis

Reviewed by Nancy Miller

In recent years, Noel and Liam Gallagher have become better known for their tart tongues than searing guitar licks. Maybe that's why Oasis's sixth album, "Don't Believe the Truth," lacks any real bite. Sure, for 11 songs, these blokes can grind out toe-tapping Britpop, but there are no heart-pounding anthems here. The boot-stompin' ''Mucky Fingers'' is the disc's best song: a catchy, Dylan-fronting-the-Velvet Underground jam. But it ain't no ''Wonderwall.''

EW Grade: B-
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I like the Pitchforkmedia review:

Don't Believe the Truth
[Epic; 2005]
Rating: 4.7


-Joe Tangari, May 31, 2005

(Paraphrased slightly.)
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Old 06-07-2005, 05:25 PM   #75
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LOL at pitchfork! I think mucky fingers is the best song on the album ...

but then that's my opinion... and to me there isn't much difference from best and 2nd best and third best when comparing songs on that album.

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