|09-27-2001, 09:58 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jun 2000
Location: Montréal, Québec
Local Time: 11:37 PM
Oasis new album : Official words from the bros...
Oasis is featured in this month's NME Magazine (also making front page). The brothers spoke about their next album, so theses words are more valuable than the previous fan's words.
* The Hindu Times : From Noel Gallagher. The title of the song comes from a real newspaper. Noel would have seen the name on someone's t-shirt.
* Hung In a Bad Place : From Gem Archer. According to Liam Gallagher "it's a very sympatic song".
* Songbird : By Liam Gallagher
* Born on a Different Cloud : By Liam Gallagher
* Force of Nature : By Noel Gallagher. Sounds like the Sex Pistols.
* Just Getting Older : From Noel Gallagher. A Pink-Floydish song.
* Thank You For the Good Times : By Andy Bell.
About the album, Noel said that it was their second best, along with 'Definitely Maybe' and said it was "fuckin' loud". Liam said : "It's punk rock. And moody. And well done, proper. Non of that fuckin' weird Radiohead bollocks, none of that indie fucking rubbish. It's the Pistols, and the Beatles, man. And it's us".
Also, next week, NME will probably release an "unreleased" song by Oasis (rumours about 'Just Getting Older' or 'Force of Nature') or perhaps a live song.
Other songs that may be featured as B-Sides, or as well as on the album :
* Shout it Loud
* She is Love
* The Roller (by Gem Archer)
* Revolution Song [Solve my Mystery] : apparently, it's on an mp3 format since a long while. Apparently, Noel chose 'Carry Us All' over that song, as a B-Side for the 'Sunday Morning Call' single.
* Let There be Love : mp3 format since a while apparently.
* I Gotta Get it Back : the song would have been mention during the "Standing on the Shoulder of Giants Tour".
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