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Let There Be Love Single, Maxi, Import


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Following Two Previous No. One Singles, ‘let There Be Love’ is the Third Single to Be Taken from the No. 1, Double Platinum Selling Album ‘don’t Believe the Truth’. Includes Two Exclusive B-side Tracks.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Share the love Oct. 19 2006
By Nate - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let there be love gets 5 stars from me, it is great song sung by both Liam and Noel in the style of the Beatles. However the B sides don't live up to Oasis' reputation for putting out great tracks on there singles as well as albums.

Don't get me wrong, Track 2 "Sittin' here in silence (on my own) is still a good song, but sadly only runs for about 2 minutes and so much more could have been done with it. Written by Noel, it is very much a Lennon-esque song that deserves to be a B side only

Track 3, a live version of Rock N' Roll Star has been done before, and is no better or worse than other versions getting around.

The B sides get 3 stars each from me. Buy it only if you are a hardcore Oasis fan.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Middle of the road Oasis single June 20 2006
By S. Zayas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
"Let There Be Love" is good as ballads go. It has a nice Lennon-esque feel (think "Real Love".) It's also the only true Liam/Noel duet on record. It was better in its earlier incarnation as the Noel-sung b-side "It's a Crime."

The extra tracks,"Sittin' Here in Silence (On My Own)" and "Rock N' Roll" (live) are good filler. Unfortunately, this CD single doesn't stack up to past Oasis singles that had brilliant extra material.

If you're an Oasis fan, buy it. If not, stick with the Don't Believe the Truth album.
"Come on, baby blue..." April 16 2006
By S. Sarhan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let There Be Love is the third single released from Oasis's critically acclaimed 2005 album Don't Believe The Truth.

It's a sobering, delightful, and mellow rock single featuring both Gallagher brothers, Liam and Noel, sharing lead vocals, making it their first duet since Acquiesce.

The album closing mini-epic has a piano playing throughout, and some of Noel's best lyrics: "Who kicks a hole in the sky, so the heavens would cry over me", and "Shake up your tired eyes, the world is waiting for you".

The best part of the song to me personally is when Noel starts his vocal duty with "Come on, baby blue...". Priceless!

Recommended

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Great song Dec 21 2005
By V. Amphlett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This song is a great tune, perhaps the most commercial song on the new Oasis album. It's one of the few Oasis songs ever to feature both Gallagher brothers, Liam sings the first bit then when Noel comes in with the 'Come on Baby Blue' line, it sounds amazing - Noel has never sounded better than on the 'Don't Believe The Truth' album. Buy this single, if not, definitely buy the album - believe that truth!
1 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Not among their best.... Dec 20 2005
By A. Wilkins - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What can I say? I would have never chosen this track as a single for this album.

Traditionally, singles are picked for radioplay and marketability.

"Let There Be Love" is not one of those songs. It's a weak track. Noel should have just left this up to Liam to sing the whole song.

Reccomended for serious Oasis fans only.


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