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Standing on the Shoulder Of Giants

Standing on the Shoulder Of Giants
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Where Did It All Go Wrong?

1 year, 9 months ago at Aug 18 21:36
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When it comes to general consensus regarding Oasis, there is near unanimous agreement that their first two albums are masterpieces. After that, it is not so simple. Be Here Now isn’t the most respected album in music history (I absolutely love it as stated in my review of the album), but from my time browsing Oasis message boards and reading various articles about the band, I would say most fans... read more
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Description: With Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants, Oasis--the self-professed "biggest rock & roll band in the world"--continue exploring their fascination with Great British Bands of the late 1960s. Paying homage to your heroes is one thing, but many of Standing On The Shoulder's best moments sound like their icons' worst. However, this is Oasis, and they do manage to pull some stunners out of their hats: "Gas Panic" and "Where Did It All Go Wrong?" demonstrate the command of catchy hooks and epic anthems that made their first two albums--Definitely Maybe and (What's The Story) Morning Glory?--such classi ... (more)
Manufacturer: Big Brother
Release date: 28 February 2000
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 5055019600227
Tags: Rock (2), Alternative (2), 2000 (1), Album (1), English (1), Britpop (1), Brit Rock (1)
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ToonHead2102 rated this 9/10 8 months ago
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1,000 Albums to Listen to Before Death... (822 music items)

"I REMEMBER GROWING UP, A FRIEND OF MINE ONE AFTERNOON ENCOURAGED THE BOTH OF US TO START MAKING FUN OF THIS KID WHO LISTENED TO OASIS, and so I did. Gimme a break, we were kids and didn't know any better. In truth, I never really listened to Oasis, but their singles were EVERYWHERE, has could you not be familiar with them? And I remember just finding them insufferably pompous. So cool, and looking to be the '90s Beatles. Then something strange happened... I heard their single for Standing on the"

Ernest Musin rated this 9/10 9 months ago

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