(What's The Story) Morning Glory? - Oasis Reviews
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by - written on 10/04/08 (Useful, 143 readings)
This album was the defining moment for Oasis, and with so many great tracks, its no wonder (wall). Wonderwall is a beautiful song most of us will be aware of, and the next track 'don't look back in anger'; with its sweeping sing-a-long chorus, performs similarly, to dramatic effect. The bands first UK number 1 is also on this album (Some might say), one of my personal favorites from the album as it acts as the counter balance between soft ballads and rocky numbers. An example of one of the great slower songs on the album, although not released, is 'Cast no Shadow'. According to popular myth, the song is dedicated to Verve front-man, Richard Ashcroft. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/08 (Useful, 84 readings)
This is the album that Oasis have failed to live up to with every subsequent album release that they have done since and for me it represents their best work by a long way, it has some great songs on it and a couple of legendary anthems that means it is one that I still listen to every so often and has a reserved place on my i pod. Oasis are fronted by Noel and Liam Gallagher and it is the angry Manchester voice of Liam that dominates the lyrics on this album. He has a strong distinctive voice with a good range and whether it is belting out the fast paced lyrics of Roll with It or lamenting a love that has been lost in the anthem that is Wonderwall he brings ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/10/02, updated on 13/10/02 (Very useful, 138 readings)
In 1995, Oasis and Blur were vying for the title of the world's biggest band - as they prepared to issue their new albums, the music press was building up the hype and the hate war between the two of them. The first shots in this phoney battle came with the singles, Country House by Blur and Oasis' Roll With It, which were both released in the same week. As it turned out, they were both pretty abysmal records, with Damon Albarn's Cheeky Chirpy Cockney muse just outpointing the Status Quo rip off which Oasis had masquerading as their offering. Everything went surprisingly flat for the papers and they cried out in anguish. However, battle was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/11, updated on 12/10/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
I'm stepping way out of my comfort zone here. In response to a friend's challenge that I couldn't fairly review an album by a band I didn't like, I'm steeling myself to take the plunge. I'm writing this almost in real-time as I listen to it - call it character building, if you will. I never had time for Oasis in the 90s when I was supposed to. Maybe it was because I was battered from all angles by them on the radio and the TV and schoolmates who thought they were the best thing since breathing. Now that they've gone away and I haven't heard them in about a decade, maybe I'll find something new. Oasis had already caught the public eye with their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/08/08 (Very useful, 136 readings)
It was the year 1991 that Oasis originally formed as a band; in 1994 debut album 'Definitely Maybe' was released and in 1995 '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' followed. The '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' album consists of twelve tracks and this therefore provides for 50 minutes of music. When it comes to Oasis albums you're absolutely spoilt for choice when picking a favourite; several of the bands releases are absolutely excellent, for me it is the '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' album which just about has the edge however as it's just absolutely brilliant from start to finish and never here is there ever a dull moment. From opening track 'Hello' right ... Read the complete review
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