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(What's the Story) Morning Glory? (Vinyl) Enhanced

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  • LP Record (Aug. 4 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B002GSXJLG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 358 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #207,439 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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2008 reissue. (What's the Story) Morning Glory? is the second album by the UK rockers, Oasis. Originally released in October 1995 in the UK, the album was Oasis' most enduring commercial success, charting at #1 in the UK for 10 weeks and #4 in the U.S. The album has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. It is the third biggest-selling album in UK chart history. Album singles "Some Might Say", "Roll With It", " Wonderwall", and "Don't Look Back in Anger" were hits in the UK. The cover photo was taken on Berwick Street in Soho, a London street known for its independent record shops. The two men on the cover are Sean Rowley (Sean Rowley, a DJ on BBC London 94.9.) and Owen Morris (the album producer for this album).

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This big rock candy mountain of an album justifies some if by no means all of the poses and pretentious statements made by Manchester's natural-born rock & roll deities. A dramatic attempt to rekindle the flames of the original British Invasion, Morning Glory rolls 30 years of Britpop tradition into one irresistible (if achingly self-conscious) whole. "Wonderwall" can be read as a Beatles tribute, "Don't Look Back in Anger" feels like a Mott The Hoople anthem and "She's Electric" and "Morning Glory" are chewy pop confections. --Jeff Bateman --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.


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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
There is a code supplied with this purchase that is supposed to get you a free digital download of the album, as well as other exclusive things. The code comes up as invalid, same with other purchases I have made through Amazon. The codes never work.
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One of the best albums of the 90's by far, will it change your life? Nope. But you can't argue the fact that this album is solid from note one. Oasis will most likely continue to release many albums yet (Don't worry the brothers always break up & Make up). This is the defining album for the band and stands the test of time, you will be listening & re-listening to it decades later. The Lp Re-issue is fantastic, 180 Gram vinyl (2 slabs of wax) & thick cardboard outer sleeve with upgraded linear notes. Great addition to anyone collecting classic rock & pop vinyl......add this to your collection.....and do it quick before it goes out of print "Again".....you'll pay dearly later (Most likely double or more).
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This review is for the deluxe version of Morning Glory. The first disk is the original disk remastered. This was one of my favorite cds as a kid. It's as good if not better then I remember.

The second disk consists of B-sides and extra tracks. Disk two is phenomenal. As much as I love Morning Glory from start to finish, if you ever felt the album wasn't quite complete disk two will make it sound whole to you. It's a fantastic companion disk but could just as easily stand on it's own as an Oasis album.

Disk Three is unreleased demos and live recordings. Though this is a good set of demos and live recordings not much stuck out to me. At least not compared to disk two.

It's a fantastic set. It's not the most comprehensive deluxe edition, anniversary edition or box set that I have purchased but I think it's a must have for any Oasis fan. I highly recommend it.
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Format: Audio CD
After the 1st album (Definitely Maybe) it was going to be hard to match that epic. The lads do a good job of trying as so many tracks on this album do hit the mark. "Don't Look Back in Anger" is a standout but it's not the only one. "Hello," "Wonderwall," "Some Might Say," "she's Electric" and "Morning Glory" all stack up well.

The weakest track is the single "Roll With It" which sounds at best like a B-side. Also, "Champagne Supernova" is far too long. Clocking in at 7 mins 27 secs, I had time to go make tea and have some crumpet (hey, I work fast...what can I tell ya).

All bad puns aside, the overall feel of this album is less a sonic explosion and more a fun night out at the pub or on holiday. It doesn't make it less enticing, just different.
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Format: Audio CD
This CD makes me feel wonderful. If you're a new Oasis fan, this one is a necessity to own-buy it first. Personal favourite songs: She's Electric, Wonderwall, and Some Might Say. Great music for speeding on the highway with the windows rolled down and the wind in your hair. BUY IT.
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Despite Oasis' big claim to be a much better band than The Beatles (lead singer Liam Gallagher even went as far to verbally attack George Harrison in an interview), as well as proclaiming to be the best band in the world, they have made some excellent, tasty music that's hard not to love. If you can ignore most of the embarrassing (and often laugh-out-loud hilarious) behavior attached to the band's mystique, you may just enjoy their music, too.
_(What's The Story) Morning Glory?_ is a non-stop train of tasty, ear-pleasing rock candy, with that, add in a little bit of swaggering attitude, and you have Oasis' niche. Songwriter (and sometimes, singer) Noel Gallagher has an excellent ear for melody.. even if most of his musings seem to be, more or less, stolen from The Beatles and their British Invasion contemporaries. If you're a music lover who is lamenting the lack of Britpop/British Invasion spin-offs in the popular music pantheon these days, or if you just want some loud, good-old fashioned rock n' roll, look into this album, and some of Oasis' other offerings. That's basically it for this review.
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Format: Audio CD
There's not a flaw on this album, but there's so much more than that. You just have to see for yourself. I love when people misinterpret the Gallagher brother's rants and babbling, it shows how easily mislead people are. These are the same two guys who had a heated argument about the difference between rock and roll mischief and soccer hooliganism. How can you take their "biggest band ever" claim seriously? And feel free to miss the point and write them off as Beatles rip-offs. Mind you, this is just as true about EVERY band that came after 1963.
As for the actual music, there's not a dull moment here. There are two instrumental tracks that combine for less than two minutes, and they are very well placed to give you time to absorb the previous song. I don't know how intentional it is, but that's what happens. "She's Electric" is one of the most charming songs I've ever heard, despite being the same chords as "Digsy's Diner" and "Married With Children" of their previous album. I'd like to see any other band come together and make something this accessible. The true test that only this album could pass: Every single track has at least one part that could be made into an instantly recognizable cell phone ring tone. As depressing as that could be, it's still brilliant.
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