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Back to rambunctious, gently psychedelic basics for the Gallaghers. Noel Gallagher makes Oasis a simple rock band again, stripping away the electronics and dancefloor strains of 2000’s Standing On the Shoulder of Giants. It’s justified on the electrifying “The Hindu Times”, “Force of Nature”’s aggro-glam and the swooning arm around the shoulder of “Stop Crying Your Heart Out”. The latter is elevated by Liam’s wistful defiance and the greatest rock’n’roll singer of his generation is becoming a handy songwriter too, with “Better Man”’s stirring groove the best of his three contributions.

Customer Reviews

Who cares

No matter what people say, this is a brilliant album. Although the last two could have been better, and "A Quick Peep", doesn't really deserve a place on this album. But there are some classics on here, "She Is Love", "Stop Crying Your Heart Out", and "Force Of Nature", to name but a few. So I say go ahead an listen!

Glimmer of genius

This album is a truly brilliant album. Self contained from the first 3, so much better than Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants (also good). I remember the first time I heard Stop Crying Your Heart Out... I was stunned - who'd have thought that was coming after Be Here Now and SOTSOG? Generally this album is well received and with good reason - it's a cracking album, which with SCYHO and Songbird, really displays a flash of brilliance that we hadn't seen since Morning Glory. Most of these things sound superb on the record, but even so, live, they're even better. Force of Nature is good on here, it's a million times better live. Little by Little is cracking on the album... and simply breathtaking when performed live! Buy this album. Then buy Don't Believe the Truth and have yourself a brilliant night in. Preferably with friends and beer!

The Oasis of the Future

The bros are back witht their strongest set since '95, and they've got Gem Archer (Heavy Stereo) and Andy Bell (Ride) on board, both of which contribute to this album. Though the crowning moments, (the spacy Hindu Times, anthemic Little by Little, the jewel of Stop Crying your Heart Out) still belong to Noel, Liam find his feet as a craftsman and gives us a triplet of lovely tracks, while Gem and Andy take the Oasis rhythm section to a new level. Brilliant Download: Songbird (!), Hind Times, Little by Little, Stop Crying Your Heart Out


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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