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Don't Believe the Truth

Don't Believe the Truth
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It’s Not Getting Better (Man!!)

1 year, 10 months ago at Sep 22 18:13
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I find Don’t Believe The Truth to be on par with Heathen Chemistry, half is great and the other half is filler. The album does benefit from a fresh sound with the band’s then new drummer Zak Starkey which is easily apparent but it’s not enough to save the album from being hampered with filler songs. Turn  Up The Sun is the weakest opener on an Oasis album but is still very good. However the... read more
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Description: Oasis have been accused of losing it and recovering it more times than any sane mind should rightfully remember, but whatever trajectory their controversial discography takes from here, Don’t Believe The Truth should come out looking like a rather proud success. Partly, it’s because Liam and Noel sound on such rude form: the younger, fronting with some of the old menace and successfully channelling his rather simplistic songwriting impulses on the lightly trippy, shaker-ridden "Guess God Thinks I’m Abel"; the elder playing some of his more devious tricks, imagining The Beatles’ Revolver played by a Mariachi ban ... (more)
Manufacturer: Big Brother
Release date: 30 May 2005
EAN: 5050053007926
Tags: Alternative (1), Rock (1), Britpop (1), Alt Rock (1), Rock Britânico (1), Mel (1)
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