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Different Gear - Still Speeding

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Customer Reviews

Oasis Part II

With just Liam involved and a little help from his friends, one wonders......? Why did Oasis break up, oh yeah..I know, it is because the younger snotty nosed Gallagher Liam can be a brat. Let's face it ....Noel was the talent to the band but the swagger was still needed. Noel did not have this as much so together the brothers were great!

Don't expect classics here, just average brit pop music for fans of the genre and people that are Oasis diehards....otherwise I don't really think any new fans will be made. "The Roller" is charting well in the UK. There is a lot of material here to listen too.

So here is a cheers to the baby of the family and his little band.

the beatles mold stays unbroken

wow! close your eyes and listen to "The Roller". Liam is sounding more and more like Lennon with every album. Be original. Thats what people will remember you for.

A Wake Up Call For Rock

What a incredible record. It's defiantly worth the money, and at such a low price how could you go wrong? This is a very quality pierce of music here, it's far far far better than any other of the " Rock " music lately. A great addition to you're collection.


Formed: 2009 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British alt-rock outfit Beady Eye formed in 2009, several months after the rivalry between Oasis siblings Liam and Noel Gallagher reached a boiling point at a summer festival, resulting in Noel's departure and the band's dissolution. That fall, Liam and three of his former Oasis bandmates — Gem Archer, Andy Bell, and Chris Sharrock — booked studio time with producer Steve Lillywhite to begin work on a new album, with plans to release the first single under their new moniker in November...
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