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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 8:55:23 AM   
matty_b


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The two best songs in the first half of Abbey Road are Something and Octopus's Garden, for real. (Here Comes The Sun is on side two you oaf.)


I don't do vinyls. Get into the 21st century, son.


Tommy, finish your Manics list, yo.


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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 11:10:12 AM   
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Unless you're a true pioneer like Bowie, Green Day or Springsteen and are actually using the album format to tell a story with connected songs albums do not matter.



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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 4:15:46 PM   
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All this talk just goes to show how overrated the value of an album is.


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Oh, and on the other hand.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 4:24:30 PM   
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Don't be put off by the bellend fans either - I got into Nirvana, Radiohead and The Smiths much later than I would have naturally for that reason.


He means Olaf and Piles, respectively

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 7:48:26 PM   
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Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 8:05:37 PM   
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Agree, Gas Panic is one of my fav oasis songs

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 8:10:25 PM   
Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: paul.mccluskey

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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled

Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.


Oooh no. That album is ungodly. With a couple of exceptions, "Fuckingin the bushes" "Who feels love?" & "Sunday Morning Call" the rest is dross and I say that as a huuuuuge Oasis fan.

I can gladly live the rest of my life without ever admitting that Little James, I can see a liar (Those songs battle each other for the most inane lyrics ever commited to cd) or the truly dreadful Gas Panic even exist.

Still, the version of Where did it all go wrong that Noel performed on Jools Holland was exceptional and shows the potential of that song.

Plus easily the best album cover.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 13/3/2012 8:12:32 PM   
parsonage84


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: paul.mccluskey

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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled

Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.


Oooh no. That album is ungodly. With a couple of exceptions, "Fuckingin the bushes" "Who feels love?" & "Sunday Morning Call" the rest is dross and I say that as a huuuuuge Oasis fan.

I can gladly live the rest of my life without ever admitting that Little James, I can see a liar (Those songs battle each other for the most inane lyrics ever commited to cd) or the truly dreadful Gas Panic even exist.

Still, the version of Where did it all go wrong that Noel performed on Jools Holland was exceptional and shows the potential of that song.

Plus easily the best album cover.


Makes for the best opening song at a gig ever

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/3/2012 8:28:19 PM   
paul.mccluskey


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ORIGINAL: parsonage84


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: paul.mccluskey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


quote:

ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


quote:

ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled

Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.


Oooh no. That album is ungodly. With a couple of exceptions, "Fuckingin the bushes" "Who feels love?" & "Sunday Morning Call" the rest is dross and I say that as a huuuuuge Oasis fan.

I can gladly live the rest of my life without ever admitting that Little James, I can see a liar (Those songs battle each other for the most inane lyrics ever commited to cd) or the truly dreadful Gas Panic even exist.

Still, the version of Where did it all go wrong that Noel performed on Jools Holland was exceptional and shows the potential of that song.

Plus easily the best album cover.


Makes for the best opening song at a gig ever

I just love the whole Psychedelic Rock vibe of the album. Fuckin' in the Bushes is pure Zeppelin .

Don't Believe the Truth is rubbish, aside from Lyla, The Importance of Being Idle and The Meaning of Soul. What a boring record.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/3/2012 9:34:16 PM   
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Turn Up The Sun is the best song on DBTT. I don't mind that album but it's one of Oasis' weaker ones

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/3/2012 9:40:13 PM   
tommyjarvis


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ORIGINAL: matty_b

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ORIGINAL: tommyjarvis


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ORIGINAL: Olaf

The two best songs in the first half of Abbey Road are Something and Octopus's Garden, for real. (Here Comes The Sun is on side two you oaf.)


I don't do vinyls. Get into the 21st century, son.


Tommy, finish your Manics list, yo.



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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/3/2012 11:28:22 PM   
matty_b


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I see what you did there. 

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/3/2012 12:43:13 PM   
Swoz_MK


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ORIGINAL: directorscut


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ORIGINAL: directorscut

All this talk just goes to show how overrated the value of an album is.


Do explain.


The fact is The Beatles have many great songs and some bad ones. Who cares which album which and which are on?

Unless you're a true pioneer like Bowie, Green Day or Springsteen and are actually using the album format to tell a story with connected songs albums do not matter.


I'm going to be sick

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 17/3/2012 3:43:03 PM   
Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: paul.mccluskey

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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled

Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.


Paul, I've we tend to like a lot of the same stuff so I went back to SOTSOG and had another listen. You were right actually, nowwhere nears as bad as I remember. I used to hate the production on the album but for some reason it doesn't bother me as much.

Where Did it all go wrong is actually a bit of a lost classic. Roll it Over is a really strong closer with a brilliant solo, even Gas Panic is tolerable.

Little James is still utter shite though. Although I think everyone would agree on that one.

All in all 3.5/5


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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 22/3/2012 2:52:46 PM   
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Style Council beat The Jam.

I prefer Tulisa with dark hair.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 22/3/2012 2:56:27 PM   
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Dont like Coldplay and Chris Martin comes across as abit of a douche.
I am a Radiohead fan,no surprises there then.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 22/3/2012 3:07:29 PM   
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I prefer Tulisa with dark hair.



I think she's starting to look dangerously close to Jodie Marsh the Darsh.

Evidence:




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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 7/10/2012 1:52:33 PM   
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Much as I liked Jeff Buckley, Grace would've been a much better album without all those bloody cover versions.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 7/10/2012 5:27:03 PM   
donethinking


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Mumford&Sons.....meh!

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 7/10/2012 6:08:34 PM   
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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 7/10/2012 10:40:14 PM   
UTB


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Alice In Chains' best album is their Unplugged set.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 8/10/2012 7:55:07 AM   
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Oh, by a mile.

The version of Nutshell on that is heartbreaking.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/10/2012 5:22:31 PM   
Woger


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ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


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ORIGINAL: paul.mccluskey

quote:

ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled


quote:

ORIGINAL: jcthefirst


quote:

ORIGINAL: Keyser Sozzled

Agree 100%


D'You Know What I Mean? is still a fantastic opener. And Stand By Me is easily one of Oasis' best.


Yep plus I would actually put "It's getting better man" and "Fade In/Out" up with their very best.

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is vastly underrated, and my personal favourite Oasis album.


Oooh no. That album is ungodly. With a couple of exceptions, "Fuckingin the bushes" "Who feels love?" & "Sunday Morning Call" the rest is dross and I say that as a huuuuuge Oasis fan.

I can gladly live the rest of my life without ever admitting that Little James, I can see a liar (Those songs battle each other for the most inane lyrics ever commited to cd) or the truly dreadful Gas Panic even exist.

Still, the version of Where did it all go wrong that Noel performed on Jools Holland was exceptional and shows the potential of that song.

Plus easily the best album cover.


I think Gas Panic is the best one on that album, they done a great version on Jools Holland. And I think The Girl in the Dirty Shirt is the best one on Be Here Now.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 15/10/2012 8:10:38 PM   
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Pretty much everything Oasis did after Definitely Maybe is dross.

Mind you, the Beady Eye album makes Be Here Now sound like fucking Dark Side of the Moon. I haven't heard Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds yet.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 2:31:50 PM   
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Oh yeah, unpopular opinion... Slash featuring Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators are the best rock band on the planet.


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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 3:25:33 PM   
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Pretty much everything Oasis did after Definitely Maybe is dross.

Mind you, the Beady Eye album makes Be Here Now sound like fucking Dark Side of the Moon. I haven't heard Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds yet.


Think Oasis B-Sides sung by Noel.



Oh..

Think Oasis B-Sides.

The Masterplan is probably my favourite Oasis album.

< Message edited by steffols -- 16/10/2012 3:27:54 PM >


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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 3:36:15 PM   
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Much as I liked Jeff Buckley, Grace would've been a much better album without all those bloody cover versions.


I've never liked Lilac Wine. And Hallelujah is nowhere near the best on the album. Last Goodbye is beautiful. Along with Mojo Pin and Grace, those three songs really opened my eyes to music.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 4:09:37 PM   
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ORIGINAL: steffols

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ORIGINAL: MonsterCat

Pretty much everything Oasis did after Definitely Maybe is dross.

Mind you, the Beady Eye album makes Be Here Now sound like fucking Dark Side of the Moon. I haven't heard Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds yet.


Think Oasis B-Sides sung by Noel.



Oh..

Think Oasis B-Sides.


The Masterplan is probably my favourite Oasis album.


Ha.

I loved the HFB album, seen him/them live as well. I love Noel's voice.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 4:13:48 PM   
steffols


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Yeah I do. I have a copy of a solo gig he did in Canada singing Oasis songs. It's pretty great, his voice sounds amazing on Slide Away, that should have been his. My favourite Oasis songs are always the ones sung by Noel.

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RE: Your Unpopular Musical Opinion - 16/10/2012 9:23:20 PM   
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Queen were overhyped and their songs were drivel.

Lady Gaga is not a unique lil' genuis snowflake song writing artist. She's a douche who sellotapes tungsten screws to her eyelids and wears a pocorn thong to cover up the fact she's your basic disposable radio fodder.

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