- Audio CD (April 17 2000)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Single, Enhanced, Maxi, Import
- Label: Big Brother
- ASIN: B00004TAQ8
- Other Editions: Audio CD | LP Record
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Who Feels Love Single, Enhanced, Maxi, Import
|1. Who Feels Love? - Oasis|
|2. One Way Road - Oasis|
|3. Helter Skelter - Oasis|
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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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.
(P.S. As a bonus, it's also an enhanced CD, featuring the video for the title track.)
Then there's Helter Skelter - a song I've never exactly loved in the first place. Before purchasing the CD, I figured Liam's voice would get the nod on this one, but once again it's Noel on vocals. It's okay, but Noel's softer sound isn't necessarily appropriate for the heavy song. After listening to the "Who Feels Love?" single, one wonders if Liam was back at the pub while his big bro' stuck around to whip out some tracks to back up a great song.
BOTTOM LINE: If you're someone like me who goes for almost everything Oasis and is looking to hear a new Noel song, it's worth the purchase. Otherwise, you'd be much better off, considering the American prices of the two, going for the album, "Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants."