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|6. The Meaning Of Soul|
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|8. Part Of The Queue|
|9. Keep The Dream Alive|
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|11. Let There Be Love|
Asian only Limited edition of their 2005 album Don't Believe The Truth, features a bonus disc with three additional tracks, 'Sitting Here In Silence', 'Eyeball Tickler', 'The Quiet Ones' along with an enhanced video feature 'Let There Be Love' which features a documentary and the music video to the track. Big Brother. 2006.
Oasis albums have always prompted flashbacks--Was that a Beatles melody? Is that chorus on loan from T. Rex? Wait, wasn't that a Crowded House song once? But the mouthy British group's latest really sounds like a pop artifact. Both in production and execution, Don't Believe The Truth feels like an album better suited to 1965 than 2005. From the tambourines and jangling guitars that chime in opening track "Turn Up To The Sun" to the tinny pre-hippie philosophizing of "Keep The Dream Alive," it's an album that thinks the way forward is by looking back. First single "Lyla" borrows its opening swagger from the Rolling Stones' "Street Fighting Man," while "The Meaning of Soul" lifts the Small Faces' mod jitters wholesale. But hack through the clichéd lyrics and worn riffs and the most important element on the follow up to 2002's Heathen Chemistry remains distinctly Oasis' own: Attitude. And in such wonderful abundance, "No one could break us/ No one could take us," they sing. --Aidin Vaziri
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Heathen Chemistry seemed the right direction.On first listen,I thought ok not bad- but from the starting notes of "Turn Up The Sun" to the last bars of "Let There Be Love", I became amazed that The WHOLE group could put something out so consistent.Real contributions From Liam and other members in writing really impressed me.There is no filler on this one.Personal favourites:"Keep The dream Alive", "Lyla","Part of The Queue","The Importance Of Being Idle","Love Like A Bomb", "Let There Be Love".If there is a replacement for" Morning Glory" THIS is it!One thing I found a little cool: Zack Starkey(Ringo Starr's son) played the drums on this one.he plays well- Noel will have to put up with further comparisons to The Beatles-.
It's Not Defintly Maybe or Morning Glory but it's a new Oasis sound and is simply incredible! I didnt think they had it in them to realese another five star album but they defintly did here!
1-"Turn Up The Sun" - A great rocker! Awsome Intro! 5/5
2-"Mucky Finger's" - Great Noel Track! His vocal's shine and is Bob Dylan sounding! 5/5
3-"Lyla" - The first single. Awsome choice! Great Riff! 5/5
4-"Love Like A Bomb" - Liam wrote it and boy has he improved! A stadout track! 5/5
5-"The Importance Of Being Idle" - Another Single. Noel sing's and it's catchey! 5/5
6-"The Meaning Of Soul" - Another Liam song. Quick and brilliant! 5/5
7-"Guess God Think's Im Able" - Last Liam Epic. Amazing! Beutifull! 5/5
8-"Part Of The Queue" - Another Noel Song! Great accoustc song!
9-"Keep The Dream Alive" - One of my favorite's! Catchey and awsome! 5/5
10-"A Bell Will Ring" - Simular to "Keep The Dream Alive" but just as good! 5/5
11-"Let There Be Love" - Closing track. Absolutly Beutifull! Noel And Liam share the vocal's! 5/5
Buy it if you like Oasis or if you just want a rock album that sound's fresh and not
overblown! AMAZING! Easily their third best album but it's almost as good as defiantly maybe! ENJOY!
Most recent customer reviews
Just another great album by the top band, love it!
Favourite track "Keep the dream alive"
i love this cd and its one of my fav oasis albums up to date. Every song on the album is top notch. My personal favorites are turn up the sun, lyla , Part Of The Queue and love... Read morePublished on June 18 2005
well today on May 31st, 2005 i bought the new OASIS album.
because in 1995 Oasis released a brillant album called "What's the Story? Read more