|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)|
Shamelessly enamored of The Beatles, Oasis uses BE HERE NOWto serve up another heaping platter of larger-than-life rock and roll garnished with Fab Fourisms. Noel Gallagher's ambitious songwriting and production (which, not coincidentally, was done at Abbey Road) result in an average song length of almost six minutes and the full, gnarly guitar sound that's become Oasis' trademark. "Magic Pie" and "All Around The World" incorporate brassy orchestration reminiscent of "Let It Be", while the former's name seems a less-than-subtle nod to Macca's FLAMING PIE album released a few months prior.
A really nice album, which is under rated because of probably the greatest album of all time coming before this. But It's a very good album. Read morePublished on Sept. 7 2010 by Ben Nicholson
The best song on this album is the lead single "D'You know what I mean". The rest of the album is pure garbage and Noel Gallagher is an insult to the Beatles. Read morePublished on Oct. 22 2007 by Jason Hutton
There's been a stalinist re-write of history on this CD.
'The Greatest Thing Ever' on it's release soon evolved into 'A Misguided Overblown Epic'. Read more
Critics suck. This album is better than people give say it is. It may not be their best work, but to anyone with any clue on what good music is should know this cd is a great one. Read morePublished on July 7 2004 by Mark J. Devito
Incredible bad musicians, terrible song writers, the worst vocalist ever, what else can I say?
They totally destroyed what the Beatles created for all of us. Read more
Some of the lyrics are'nt very good at all I'm afraid and it just does'nt live up to their first two albums, thank goodness they've... Read more
what's wrong with "Be Here Now"?
in short, it's too long
nearly every song is two, three, four minutes longer than it needs to be
also many people may have... Read more
Oasis achieved phenomenal success with the release of their 1995 album "(What's the Story) Morning Glory," but then followed the unfortunate trend of having their next... Read morePublished on April 6 2004 by Matt J. Craven
All of the swaggering guitar riffs, snarling vocals, and straight-ahead rock combo sounds stack up to lasting more than an hour and ten minutes on Be Here Now. Read morePublished on March 25 2004 by J. GARRATT