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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Thaksinssoldier, 18 Feb 2012.
I’m just glad we’re getting more music from the Gallaghers
I think it's a pretty damn fine thing.
He's evolving and trying to get away from Oasis and becoming his own "man" with scissors.
Some of the musical arrangements are brilliant. I think it is well produced albeit I can see why people think it sounds "odd".....but I think that's the whole sound and point of this album, a different sound for Ng.
I think its great.
Huge noel fan, its alright so far but cant say its living uo to the how he hyped it, the songs hes already 'put out' like stmhtf are the best so far so maybe the rest will grow on me. While its orginal and different from him, almost every song is still a bit of a knock off, one even sounds a bit like waiting for tge rapture by oasis but with the beat of come togther onstead of the doora
The song I keep hearing on the radio sounds awfully like Ricky Martins "she bangs". There must be better songs to rip off, surely.
It's over-produced in my opinion. The original appeal of Oasis lay in their rawness for me. Obviously after 20 years they're commercialised but I'm just glad they're still making music instead of retiring and eating their Pot Noodles with gold plated forks
He needs to get a grp. It's shite. Anything that sound like Ricky Martin is shite.
Noal needs to have a word with himself.
I also agree that it's over produced.
Just get a guitar, some drum and base and go back to basics.
I think it's fucking wank. Ripping off Kasabian isn't revolutionary nor cool. In fact it's about 10 years out of date.
3rd Listen and its getting better each time
Best for me
Keep on Reaching
Black & White Sunshine
The Man Who Built The Moon
Dead in The Water
But neither is still trying to sound like Oasis.
As an older music fan i love this album but then again i loved Be Here Now so what do i know? !!!