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Old 09-10-2004, 01:39 PM   #16
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Um is it true that U2 wrote a song with Noel Gallagher that was supposed to be on the new album?
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My vote goes to Morning Glory - but I don't have them all.
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Old 09-10-2004, 06:30 PM   #18
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Um is it true that U2 wrote a song with Noel Gallagher that was supposed to be on the new album?


He wrote a song with Bono called "One Step Closer To Knowing".
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As far as album recommendations go, buy Definitely Maybe, Morning Glory and the b-side compilation: The Masterplan (Oasis are the best b-sides band by far in my opinion)..I'm a big fan, but their last few albums are very average, so follow my advice and you will be laughing like this:


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am i the only Oasis fan that absolutely loves the album "Be Here Now"?
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i used to listen to oasis, very much, quite like u2, but the last 2 records were bad, very bad, i think albums like definitely maybe and what's the story morning glory will remain one, actually i don't see the same success of the earlier times, but i hope they'd come again on top!
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Go Let it Out!

I love that song!
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I love that song!

Me too! I love the mellotrons and the vocals kick ass
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mikal, I absolutely love "Be Here Now." It has my favorite Oasis song on it, Don't Go Away. And it has other great songs like Stand By Me, All Around the World, D' You Know What I Mean, etc.

And their last two albums (Standing on the Shoulder of Giants and Heathen Chemistry) were anything but average. They were both fucking great. SOTSOG has classics like Where did it all Go Wrong, Sunday Morning Call, Gas Panic, Go Let it Out, Roll It Over, Fucking in the Bushes (the greatest instrumental ever). And Heathen Chemistry has Stop Crying Your Heart Out, Little by Little, Songbird, The Hindu Times....and I can go on and on......you get the point......every album Oasis has put out has been great
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So far I am *really* loving Heathen Chemistry, and especially Stop Crying Your Heart Out and Songbird.
So far nothing has topped Live Forever as my favorite song though.
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Morning Glory and forget about the rest.

I used to have Definitely maybe and Be here now, but didn't keep them, partly because I think they sounded repetitive (any single I heard post Be here now didn't do a thing for me, and while Songbird is a pleasant song, it's such a blatant Beatles ripoff it hurts) and partly I got put off by the huge Gallagher brothers' egos.

(my favorite song is Whatever)
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I knew there couldn't be an Oasis topic without an unimaginative "Beatles rip-off" comment.. As for the last three Oasis albums, they all have a few great individual songs, but overall they are not good works, and I say this as a massive fan of the band
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I knew there couldn't be an Oasis topic without an unimaginative "Beatles rip-off" comment.. As for the last three Oasis albums, they all have a few great individual songs, but overall they are not good works, and I say this as a massive fan of the band

the next will be good again i've heard it's coming out soon, they've recorded already 4 songs,it may be released around february! actually noel stated this!
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i've always personally thought of Oasis as having a big Beatles influence, not as rip-offs.
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