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  • Audio CD (Aug. 26 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B000002C25
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record  |  Mini-Disc
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (220 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,941 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. D'You Know What I Mean?
2. My Big Mouth
3. Magic Pie
4. Stand By Me
5. I Hope, I Think, I Know
6. The Girl In The Dirty Shirt
7. Fade In-Out
8. Don't Go Away
9. Be Here Now
10. All Around The World
11. It's Gettin' Better (Man!!)
12. All Around The World (Reprise)

Product Description

Limited Edition Japanese pressing of their third album, originally released in 1997, comes housed in a miniature LP sleeve. 12 tracks including 'All Around The World', 'D'You Know What I Mean' and 'Don't Go Away'. Sony. 2006. --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

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Right, we all know Oasis was on top of the world at the time of the release of Be Here Now, and the expectation's for the followup to What's The Story? (Morning Glory) were higher then ever. It is neither the epic some claim it is, or the disaster other's say it is. It is simply an overly long, slightly overblown solid Rock album.

"D'you Know What I Mean" kick's off the album in fantastic Oasis form. The song is catchy, rocking' and one of Oasis' best if you ask me. The beat is awesome, the guitar's swing and Liam's vocals shine on this one! The next track, "My Big Mouth" is another rocker, but in louder form then were used to hearing from the boy's. It's quite a loud one, so brace yourself, but I love the swagger in this song and the lyric's are funny. Next up we have a Noel sung song, "Magic Pie". It sound's like he went for that "Epic" style on this song, and he almost does it....but fall's short as it is a tad to long. Nevertheless, the song is great and is the only song Noel sing's on this album. "Stand By Me", one of the single's off the album is another song that suffers from being to long. Shorten it up a minute or two and it's an A+ track. The next three track's are some of my least favorite Oasis tunes in their catalog. "I Hope, I think, I Know" is as bland as an Oasis song you'll find. "The Girl In The Dirty Shirt" isn't much better, although it does benefit from being a tad catchy. "Fade In-Out" is an interesting song (Yes Johnny Depp play's slide) and is actually a neat listen, but like many on this album it drag's on to long. On "Don't Go Away" Oasis seemed to try a little to hard but it's a great song and quite pretty. "Be Here Now", the title track, like "Don't Go Away" is a slower rocker on the album and is a relaxing listen if you make it this far on the album.
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By Samhot on May 16 2004
Format: Audio CD
...but not necessarily better. Coming off of what is arguably Oasis' best album, _(What's The Story) Morning Glory?_, they would return with the tasty (if not somewhat derivative) Beatle-ish Brit-pop infectiousness that was their stock in trade. So, what's different this time around? Not much, except that some of the songs tend to run much longer than they need to. Long numbers don't bother me very often, but if a certain track doesn't interest me for one or two minutes alone, it turns into something of a nightmare if it runs two, three (or even four) times longer.
And this is where the album precisely suffers. Had some of the tracks been trimmed down in length -- or had been removed, altogether -- this would definitely rank right up there with their earlier classics. Quite a few of the enjoyable songs here *do* rank up there in the classic department, but, the same can't be said for the album as a whole. The typical oceanic wall-of-sound brought on by the maximum electricity-filled guitars is ever-present, and is very welcome, but some of the songs are just not very interesting.
For instance, heavy rockers like "D'You Know What I Mean?," "My Big Mouth," and "It's Getting Better Man" are excellent songs, and the lengthy natures of these are a welcome asset: getting lost in that smothering, dense, loud, electrified (and melodic) wall-of-sound is just a divine, transcendent experience, and made even better given that it lasts longer. This, is where the lengthy aspect works. The heavy, melodic and touching ballads "Magic Pie" and "Stand By Me" similarly share this same asset.
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Don't believe the backlash, and believe the hype, Be Here Now is monumental. Seventy-three minutes of musical marathon is exactly what the Gallagher Bros. wanted to do after reaching the pinnacle of popularity with Morning Glory. Oasis still has a huge cult following and the true Oasis fans know they are the best rock band of this generation. Be Here Now is massive, plain and simple, and the songs take you through a roller-coaster ride. The opener "D'You Know What I Mean?" sets the tone and the rest of the album feeds off its strength. The hard rockers, "My Big Mouth", "I Hope, I Think, I Know", "Be Here Now", and "It's Gettin' Better (Man!!)", are spaced out throughout the album to provide an up-down tempo pattern. The mid-tempo rockers include Noel sung "Magic Pie", "Fade In-Out" with Mr. Johnny Depp on slide guitar, and "All Around the World", the latter of which is nine minutes and twenty seconds long and one of the most ambitious songs to date. Then there are the ballads "Stand By Me", "The Girl In the Dirty Shirt", and "Don't Go Away", all three are great, the hook in "Dirty Shirt" is amazing and infectious. The other track is the final track on the album, "All Around the World Instrumental" that ends with Noel's footsteps walking down a hall, and ending with him slamming a door shut, very symbolic as it was the end of an era for Oasis, as they entered into a more grown-up and musically talented stage. Any way anyone looks at it, Be Here Now is a phenomenal album, and Oasis living the rock and roll dream at the peak of their popularity. Any music lover will appreciate it's grandness.
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