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11 months, 2 weeks ago at Nov 7 20:54
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It's the most anticipated album in the history of British discography. The numbers say: the first day of its publication, August 21, 1997, well 424,000 people went into a record store to buy "Be here now" by Oasis. "25" by Adele he did not go anywhere near. If the Beatles were "bigger than Jesus," according to the unfortunate definition of John Lennon in 1997, the band of the Gallagher brothers wa... read more

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2 years, 2 months ago at Aug 11 18:23
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Oh boy, Be Here Now, talk about a decisive album. I’ll cut to the chase and say that I am a lover of Be Here Now and considering it to be one of my favourite albums of all time. The album cover symbolises the bombastic nature of the record, and it even narcissistically has the date of its release is on the cover. The title on the other hand represents the arrogant nature of Oasis at the time whe... read more
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Extremely limited edition double 180gm vinyl LP repressing of this 1997 album from the Britpop band. This vinyl reissue contains brand new sleeve notes. Big Brother. 2009.
Manufacturer: Big Brother
Release date: 26 August 1997
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5055019600821
Tags: Rock (4), 1997 (3), Britpop (3), Alternative (2), Album (2), Band (1), England (1), Creation (1), Brit Rock (1), English (1), Rock Britânico (1)
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Agent Kermit D. Fonz added this to a list 7 months, 2 weeks ago
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Pokerface voted for a review of Be Here Now 11 months, 2 weeks ago

“It's the most anticipated album in the history of British discography. The numbers say: the first day of its publication, August 21, 1997, well 424,00”

Time Bomb posted a review 11 months, 2 weeks ago

“It's the most anticipated album in the history of British discography. The numbers say: the first day of its publication, August 21, 1997, well 424,000 people went into a record store to buy "Be here now" by Oasis. "25" by Adele he did not go anywhere near. If the Beatles were "bigger than Jesus," according to the unfortunate definition of John Lennon in 1997, the band of the Gallagher brothers was "greater than God", as he said with extreme modesty Noel. But "Be here now" is the disc in which the splendid band mechanism misfires. The s'irrobustiscono arrangements and s'appesantisce step. Vanish the fabulous naturalness and lightness of the successes of the first two albums "Definitely maybe" and "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?", Replaced by a layered sound and rattling from war machine” read more

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