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Shakermaker Maxi, Import


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1. Shakermaker
2. D'yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?
3. Alive (8 Track Demo)
4. Bring It On Down (Live)

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Contains Three Exclusive Rarities, Tracks Not on the Masterplan"Release.

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It has a little bit of everything Aug. 24 2000
By Damon Navas-Howard - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The "Shakemaker" single has a little bit of everything. "Shakemaker" is a very good chose for a single..its groovy and catchy (Noel says it was a rip off of "Flying" by The Beatles). "D'Yer Wannabe A Spaceman?" is a classic Oasis(Noel I should say) song. It reminds us of the good times and not to forget our dreams and is followed by lovely acoustic guitar playing by Noel. "Alive" is probably the best song from the '93 early recordings. It's impressive musically and lyrically for amatures and goes to show what you can do with no budget in music. It ends with "Bring It On Down" from "Definitely Maybe" done live. It documents how Oasis sounded live in '94 which to me was when they had the most energy live. "Shakemaker" is an essential Oasis single.
a w e s o m e April 22 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This single is really great, and not experimental, I think. Shakermaker is not such a great song, but Alive is amazingly great, the same as Bring it on down. D'yer wanna be a spaceman? is a calm song about life and dreams and failing, but it's awesome as well. In my opinion, this is one of Oasis's best singles.
A very experimental single Sept. 9 1999
By Francisco J. Zamarripa - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The songs of this single are good, but not as good as other b-sides that oasis has. This single is for someone that likes nice, calm oasis songs, because the songs go very slow, but its an enjoyable single which you can listen to relax.
superb single! Dec 21 2014
By Austin - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Very underrated tune by Oasis, all of their early stuff is superb including this!


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