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Album Review

Wasting no time in the wake of the Gallagher brothers sudden 2009 implosion, Sony released the deluxe Time Flies 1994-2009 retrospective in the summer of 2010, just in time for the 15th anniversary of (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? The driving idea behind Time Flies is to collect all 27 of Oasis’ British A-sides, a simple idea that would seem to fit one of the great singles band, but sticking to the singles winds up leaving many great songs behind, including their manifesto “Rock & Roll Star,” “Champagne Supernova,” the lovely “Talk Tonight,” and Noel and Liam’s duet “Acquiesce,” among many tremendous B-sides, “(What’s the Story) Morning Glory” and “Champagne Supernova,” to name a few. The latter is added to the U.S. version, since it was an actual hit in America (the U.S. version does not contain “Sunday Morning Call”), but it doesn’t change the fact that Time Flies winds up missing more staples than it should…enough to make it miss the definitive designation it should carry. Nevertheless, Time Flies is a better overview than 2006’s Stop the Clocks, of which it shares ten tracks (11 in the U.S. incarnation) and not just because it’s more generous by a measure of almost ten tracks. Time Flies does a better job of rounding up the highlights from their patchy turn-of-the-millennium albums — actually, it emphasizes Heathen Chemistry almost a bit too much, with its five tracks outweighing the number of selections from Definitely Maybe and Morning Glory — and has space for selections from their smashing final album Dig Out Your Soul, including sneaking on “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down,” which makes its album debut here along with the 1994 Christmas single “Whatever.” All that’s enough to make this the Oasis comp of choice until the definitive collection comes around. [Time Flies is improved considerably in its deluxe edition which is the U.K. double-disc expanded by a third disc containing a concert from The Roundhouse in London on July 21, 2009 and a DVD containing all of the band’s music videos with commentary. The live show was recorded just weeks before Noel and Liam’s final blow-out and proves that the band was far from tuckered out; they still packed a wallop. But the DVD is the real news: of all the Brit-pop titans of the ‘90s, Oasis was the only one without a home video collection of their videos, and this has them all, including clips made for the U.S., and that’s enough of a treat even without the tantalizing bonus of Noel and Liam commentary.]

Customer Reviews

Very good, but...

This album is obviously awesome, but, It's missing some absolute classics. The likes of Champagne Supernova, She's Electric, Rock 'N' Roll Star, Morning Glory, Half The World Away, Acquiesce and Slide Away aren't on there. I can understand that the songs on their are obviosuly good, but I'm a little dissapointed that the songs I listed above weren't on the album. Ah well, like I said it's still a quality album!

Best band in the world

I'd like to start by saying that my Dad (quite possibly the biggest Oasis fan ever) is almost solely responsible for my new found love of this band, and after having pretty much the every album on replay for 4 months, u can see why. As a 13 year old with as much musical knowledge as a plank of wood, this album (and the others) have taught me what true musical genius is. Ok then onto the songs, and, as this is a collection of singles, if you want a more fixed view of the purest of Oasis' music then the album Stop The Clocks is advisable, but this album quite literally everything, with Orchestral arrangements to crazy Drum and Guitar solo's. From here i will give a song-by-song rundown out of 100:
Roll with it-85
Live Forever-100
Stop Crying Your Heart Out-80
Cigarettes and Alcohol-95
Don't Look Back In Anger-100
The Hindu Times-80
Stand By Me-90
Lord Don't Slow Me Down-65
All Around The World-75
Some Might Say-95
The Importance Of Being Idle-95
D'You Know What I Mean?-85
Let There Be Love-80
Go Let It Out-90
Who Feels Love?-70
Little By Little-90
The Shock Of The Lightning-85
She Is Love-80
I'm Outta Time-90
Falling Down-80
Sunday Morning Call-80
I hope my views helped.

Words cant explain

The best album out in years and finally "Whatever" is on itunes


Formed: 1993 in Manchester, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Oasis shot from obscurity to stardom in 1994, becoming one of Britain's most popular and critically acclaimed bands of the decade in the process. Along with Blur and Suede, they were responsible for returning British guitar pop to the top of the charts. Led by guitarist/songwriter Noel Gallagher, the Manchester quintet adopted the rough, thuggish image of the Stones and the Who, crossed it with "Beatlesque" melodies and hooks, injected distinctly British lyrical themes and song structures like the...
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