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Lyla Single, Maxi, Import


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The First Single from the Gallagher Bros. and Co.'s 2005 Album "Don't Believe the Truth". As Noel Gallahger Says, the Sound Approximates "The Soundtrack of Our Lives Doing the who on Skol in a Psychedelic City in the Sky (Or Something!)". Includes Two Non LP B-tracks: "Eyeball Tickler" and "Won't Let You Down".

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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
WHY??? June 4 2005
By William Joseph Duffin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
WHY DO OASIS ALWAYS LEAVE THEIR BEST SONGS AS B-SIDES???? THAT MAKES ME SO MAD!! The b-sides on this single are as good or even better than anything on the album.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great song but haven't I heard this same bashing before! May 28 2005
By Kenneth E. James - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The more I listen to this song the more I like it. The b-sides are excellent and remind me of Oasis 1994. I don't understand why people want to constantly bash Oasis for ripping off riffs from other bands. Led Zeppelin, arguably the greatest rock band of all time, constantly ripped off riffs from Robert Johnson, example "Whole Lotta Love." This practice has been going on for the last forty years. The bottom line is that this is a good song.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Lyla Oct. 25 2006
By Nate - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The first single off the long awaited new Oasis album, in my opinion, not a good choice for first single, I think the B-sides are actually better than the title track. I like the direction the band have taken with this new material though, and are a lot better sounding with Gem and Andy Bell on board. If you have heard this song on the radio and liked it you will definitely like the album. Only hardcore Oasis fans should pursue this single.
Clasico Dec 13 2009
By Alberto Sandez - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Sinceramente desde hace mucho tiempo he estado buscando conseguir todos los sencillos de Oasis. No habia tenido el dinero para hacerlo ni donde comprarlos, pero me acabo de conseguir esta joyita. Si no eres tan quisquilloso puedes conseguirlos por medio de los vendedores de usados aqui mismo en Amazon.com y aun cuando no son nuevos, estan garantizados para tocar y que son originales. Si eres coleccionista de verdad te vas a gastar mucho dinero en conseguir los nuevos, pero si eres como yo que solo quiere voltear a su coleccion de discos y ver que los sencillos de tu banda favorita estan ahi, no te vas a arrepentir. A la fecha he comprado por este medio "Live forever", "Supersonic", "Cigarettes & Alcohol", "Some might say", "Don't look back in anger", "Go let it out", "Lyla" y "The importance of being idle". Todos me llegaron rapidisimo a mi direccion en USA, en promedio de 3 a 7 dias habiles. No lo dudes.

napo.-
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
"...the world around us makes me feel so small" April 10 2006
By S. Sarhan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lyla is the first single released from Oasis's 2005 album Don't Believe The Truth.

The song went straight in at Number 1 on UK's singles chart, while in the US, it only entered Billboard's Modern Rock tracks at number 19.

Upon listening to it for the first time, I disliked it. But after repeated listening, it grows on you like fungus until you find yourself stomping your feet, shaking your head, and imitating Liam's singing style as you sing along to every one of Noel's lyrics.

Lyla is one of the catchiest songs Oasis have ever recorded, and one of their definite classics.

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