|1. Fuckin' In The Bushes|
|2. Go Let It Out!|
|3. Who Feels Love?|
|4. Put Your Money Where Yer Mouth Is|
|5. Little James|
|6. Gas Panic!|
|7. Where Did It All Go Wrong?|
|8. Sunday Morning Call|
|9. I Can See A Liar|
|10. Roll It Over|
In perspective, Standing On The Shoulder of Giants sits in the middle of being an outstanding Oasis album and being a total disappointment. In some ways it hits the mark, and in some ways it misses entirely. This all adds up to a B-.
There are some painfully forgettable tracks such as the Doors rip-off Put Your Money Where Yer Mouth Is, the bland and substanceless I Can See A Liar, and Liam's first recorded original song Little James (a silly aping of Hey Jude). But what's left is gold, such as the Kula Shaker-triggered Who Feels Love. Standing tall is Gas Panic, probably the best track on the album. Noel takes lead vocal on Where Did It All Go Wrong? and Sunday Morning Call (the latter foreshadowing Heathen Chemistry). Giants ends on a soft note with the George Harrison-inspired Roll It Over.
When you add it all up, two-thirds of this album is great Oasis. The rest is just kinda meh (a vocal grunt describing disinterest). But it comes mildly recommended. The b-sides are also worth tracking down.