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Who Feels Love Single, Enhanced

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1. Who Feels Love? - Oasis
2. One Way Road - Oasis
3. Helter Skelter - Oasis

Product Description

Single from the 2000 Full Length, 'standing on the Shoulder of Giants'. Features Two Exclusive Unreleased Tracks: A Cover of 'helter Skelter'& 'one Way Road'. All Tracks Co-produced by Noel Gallagher and Mark 'spike' Stent. Also Includes the Video.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
a good collection of tunes May 28 2005
By Jon Danuser - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It doesn't get better than this folks.. here's what is in store for you when you purchase this 3 track treat:

1)Who Feels Love? Answer - who doesn't feel love? after listening to this? Our boys from Manchester get a little experimental here, and score a big hit in my book. Some backwards guitar here, some bongos there, and killer overdubbed vocals make for a can't go wrong, soon to be "Greatest Hit" track you don't want to miss.

2)One Way Road - Noel kicks out another rediculously good B-side, and it's heart achingly right on the money, it's that good. "I wanna get high, but I never could take the pain, cos it would blow away my soul like a hurricane." Oh man, sing it to me brother, sing it! This is Noel Gallagher's best vocal track out there.

3)Helter Skelter - The perfect ending, a Beatles tune with loads of attitude, that completely rocks. I saw them perform this one live, in Milwaukee (which is on the Familiar to Millions set), and you can hear me bellering it out in the background. What can I say, Noel singing the Beatles. I'm a very happy man!

I own each and every Oasis single put out, and this is right towards the top of the list. If nothing else, buy this for One Way Road! Ya shan't regret it.

5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Oasis deliver another incredible b-side with "One Way Road" May 16 2000
By Missing Person - Published on
Format: Audio CD
As I was listening to the brilliant "One Way Road" for the first time, it REALLY got me thinking more than ever as to why is Noel Gallagher using some of his greatest songs for b-sides instead of on the actual albums? Granted, Noel has been doing this all along, but it's particularly ironic now with Noel having been so fixed on the idea of re-inventing the band that he ends up using "One Way Road" as a non-album b-side. Perhaps Noel felt "One Way Road" didn't fit in well with the flow of the album "Standing on the Shoulder of Giants". But of all the tracks on the album, and of all its respective b-sides so far, "One Way Road" (as well as "Let's All Make Believe", yet again a b-side, though it is featured in certain versions of the "...Giants" album) definitely ranks among the most innovative to my ears--THIS, to me, is the sound of Oasis moving into new & exciting territory. "One Way Road" is a dreamy & transcendant psychedelic soft rock tune with a soaring chorus & vocal from Noel Gallagher; I'd even give it the edge over the slightly flawed but mostly great title track. On this single we also get an Oasis-ized version of "Helter Skelter" that's a lot of fun & has exciting vocals from Noel (though it does run on too long, but that's a very minor complaint). In the end, yet another spledid Oasis single.

(P.S. As a bonus, it's also an enhanced CD, featuring the video for the title track.)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Oasis: No Comments! May 9 2000
By Daniel (E.T) - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This single is fantastic. If you are a Mad4it, you need this cd. The multimedia clip is great. "Who Feels Love" is a great video, the best since DÝou Know What I Mean. GO FOR IT!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Outstanding New Oasis! June 2 2000
By Russell Meddins - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This new oasis is fantastic. Who would ever of thought 3 years ago that bongo drums would enter a oasis song! This is the best oasis for a long time, Noel Gallagher has really written a song that has so much meaning and love surrounding it. And finally people cant say it sound just like there last hit! One way road and Helterskelter could not be better b-sides. Both sung by Noel they are fantastic and One Way Road was the most anticipated Oasis B-Side for a long time and its really lived up to the hype. Its fantastic as well as the 5 mins Helterskelter. If you buy a Oasis Single, Get this one! Its Great!
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
great oasis psychedelia Oct. 6 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Who feels Love"- a great late 60's influenced psychedelic track which is quite outstanding. The B-side, is a decent song as well. "Helter Skelter"- nice Beatles cover, oasis does a fairly good job of covering this classic White Album track. Plus its got the music video of "who feels love" on the disc.