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Whatever [Single, Maxi, Import]

Oasis Audio CD

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1. (It's Good) To Be Free
2. Half The World Away
3. Slide Away

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1999 EP from the Manchester Band Where None of the Songs Appear on Any of their Full Length LP'S. It's Classic Oasis at their Best, with Lead Guitarist Noel Gallagher Taking the Lead on "Half the World Away".

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Should Have Been on An Album Aug. 6 2004
By miles@riverside - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"Whatever" is a terrific song, about as good as anything off the first 2 Oasis albums. The group might have been trying to repeat this sound later with the song "All Around The World", what with the violins and MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR-type psychedelia; but "Whatever" is a much catchier tune and doesn't run on and on forever like "All Around The World" does.

Unfortunately, this one 6-minute song is the only reason to buy the single. The other songs are all good, but "Slide Away" is taken right off the first album, and the other two songs can be found on THE MASTERPLAN compilation.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars HOW GOOD IS THIS TUNE!? Sept. 20 2004
By Nate - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There have been stormy mornings when its all seemed too much. I ponder slitting my wrists, throwing myself off a high rise or some other misery-laden pursuit.

When those times have set, I knew there was only one answer - Whatever. As the subtle acoustic arouses interest and the opening symphonic strings caress the senses all of a sudden the world begins to change. The clouds endeavor to disperse, an invigorating shiver runs up the spine, hairs on the hind neck stand on end and the sun arises to "shee-yine!" - Hallelujah, praise the lord!

Put simply, the most uplifting anthem I've ever heard by the most under appreciated band ever to hit The States - just wonderful!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant!! Feb. 28 2005
By Mr H - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The first time I heard this was live at glasgow which had Noel singing, then when i baught the single I was amazed and couldnt get it out of my head for days and days. Even though its 10 years old its still one of the best singles released in that period. The B-sides are as good as A-sides which can be found on the masterplan. Also has the non-album-single "slide-away" on the 4th track. You could as well say its a Double A-Side single.

I recommend this to anybody!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most celebrated single of the past 10 years! Dec 30 2004
By S. Sarhan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"I'm freeeeee...to be whatever I, whatever I choose and I'll sing the blues if I want!"

These were the opening lines of Oasis' December 1994 released top 10 hit single Whatever, a song that would set the tone for that year, and the year that followed, and was a teaser for what Oasis would sound like on their higly anticipated second album What's The Story Morning Glory, which would be released in the Fall of 1995.

The song is such a great tune, words cannot describe it.

With an obvious inspiration from The Beatles' post '67 recordings, especially All You Need Is love, apparent by the use of an orchestra (Those violins are out of this world), and lyrics so bold and straightforward that Noel himself can't top, and Liam's vocal reaching its peak, Whatever can easily be voted as the best song Oasis have written and performed throughout their entire career, only Live Forever goes head to head.

It's just a song to celebrate to, to play and sing along to at the top of your voice (make sure you're by yourself though!)

The B-sides: It's Good To Be Free, and Half The World Away, both featured on The Masterplan, are excellent songs also.

Now get a grip on yourself, It don't cost much!

Recommended

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 stars all the way!!! March 15 2005
By C. Donoso - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I just got this single yesterday after ordering it thro here in Amazaon, and altho I have heard the songs before just listening to it all together in one single cd amazes me! If I would of heard this as soon as it came out I would of known from that point that Oasis was indeed the biggest band of the moment. Unfortunatley I had to hear it couple years later and until now I had to own this top single.

Amazing music and I know it will continue to shine on for decades and decades. Prolly now it's not considered a classic altho it has to be but in the future I do know it will be between the bestes singles of all times.

This will be worth so much much more than what its now.
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