Oasis 3rd single from their "Standing On The Shoulder of Giants" CD is better than average, although it could have been better. Let's start with the single itself. This studio version of "Sunday Morning Call" is grossly over-produced with too many warbled sound effects. It's too long, contains too much instrumentation, and just seems to really drag on by the end. If you don't believe me, listen to the acoustic version Noel performed on Radio One. This version is beautiful, as Noel's vocals make this a top-notch acoustic number. Bottom line: This is a great song with great lyrics that was ruined in production. It should have been released as a more sincere, acoustic ballad. Moving on, the b-sides "Carry Us All" and "Full On" are top notch, although "Full On" seems to be begging for Liam's more hard rock vocal styling. This is the first Oasis single in which Noel sings all the tracks, and it just doesn't seem like an Oasis single without at least one "Liammed" track. "Carry Us All" is an excellent track with some of Noel's best lyrics to date. "Full On" sums up the third track, as it really is a "full on" rock track. Surprisingly, however, Noel has managed to incorporate a catchy tune and great lyrics into a song that screams "hard rock". Again, the only thing missing on this track is Liam. As usual, however, Oasis have proven that their b-sides are at least as good as their album tracks, if not better. Why else would an American spend [the money] for an import CD that contains only 3 songs?