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Old 09-09-2004, 01:41 PM   #1
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Oasis fans....suggestions please?

Um I'm not sure why it took me this long but I am a new fan. Yes, just now. I did a search and read about their new album coming out next year and the DVD...what are some good albums to pick up while I wait?

I have none and I am not kidding. All I have is the Glasto set (which I've watched over and over) and some videos.
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Their first 2 albums are pretty good as 'first CDs' I think.
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Old 09-09-2004, 01:54 PM   #3
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I personally think that all of their albums are great, but I'm just a little biased (since they are my 2nd favorite band after U2).....here's how I rank their albums....

- Definitely Maybe (quite possibly the best debut album ever)
- (What's the Story) Morning Glory
- Heathen Chemistry
- Familiar to Millions (live cd)
- Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
- The Masterplan
- Be Here Now
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'definetly, maybe' is a good album. 'what's the story morning glory' is good.

'acquiesce' is possibly my favorite song of theirs.
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Thanks, probably going to go see what I can pick up at the record store tonight. I went a little nuts getting bootlegs this morning and this is quickly heading towards near-U2 level obsession.

And I've missed 7 albums already?
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- Definitely Maybe (quite possibly the best debut album ever)
- (What's the Story) Morning Glory
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These are the only two I have and I really like them! They're easy to find at used record stores.
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My vote goes for (What's the Story) Morning Glory... it has some of their biggest US hits on it... plus it rocks.
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Their first 2 albums are pretty good as 'first CDs' I think.
*high school flashbacks*
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What the others said, plus Familar to Millions and perhaps Heathen Chemistry
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Basically just get all the albums!
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hey neutral, how did the new songs (a bell will ring and the meaning of soul) sound at glastonbury?
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I'd also recommend (What's the Story) Morning Glory. I have four of their albums, and that one is my favorite by a long shot.
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hey neutral, how did the new songs (a bell will ring and the meaning of soul) sound at glastonbury?

I think they may have cut them from the BBC3 feed? Because that's what the tape I have is from and they aren't on there.
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get them allcause they are all excellent!

i would recommend getting WTSMG? and definately maybe first.
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I got WTSMG and Heathen Chemistry last night, found them both used.

Hopefully going to get Definitely Maybe ASAP and maybe that DVD of it soon since umm.....Noel. yeah. anyway.


This is getting bad...oh well, at least I have something great to listen to while I wait for the new U2.
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