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Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul: +DVD (2008) Retail CD
The long-awaited 2008 album release from Oasis is here at last, and following the interviews, the hype and the freebies as expected the album is another solid gold classic from the band, who said they are back on form - they never lost their form, and is very evident from this collection of fine songs. One of the boys described the album not so much a collection of songs but grooves, call them what you will, all the songs are good and will hit the spot with Oasis fans and sound great live.
Many Oasis trademarks are here, the Beatles influences are very evident on one or two of the tracks, whichmore… is not a criticism just an observation - for a Beatles fan of 46 years I notice these things, like I say not a criticism, I love to hear those on here.
"Bag it Up" is a stomper, one of the tracks tabbed on the NME freebie I struggled a bit with - its secrets revealed at last; "The Turning" - my favourite track on the album, solid drums introducing the verse and a great catchy chorus; "Waiting for the Rapture" - a heavy track with its stomping beat and "Cold Turkey" style riff, the next track "The Shock of the Lightning" - a typically unmistakeable Oasis song made a great first single; "I'm Outta Time" is a beautiful soft ballad with great lyrics, I detect a mellotron here, which sounds much more evident later on the album, pleased to hear it!; "Get off your High Horse Lady" has a "Rocky Raccoon" style shuffle, in "Falling Down" the mellotron is very evident and blends in well with the dramatic style of the song; "To Be Where There's Life" is an amazing track, and has obvious Beatle influences, from the swirling sitar to the Macca "Rain" style bass line; "Ain't Got Nothin'" has a strong waltzy rhythm, with heavily laden guitars and drums; "In the Nature of Reality" is very atmospheric, another catchy stomper with heavy fuzz guitars, feedback and thundering drums; the last song "Soldier On" has an appropriate plodding beat and bass line with a beautifully deep lyric, a suitably atmospheric harmonica sound and a shimmering keyboard effect - we all soldier on one way or another, I hope Oasis soldier on and continue producing fine albums like this for many years to come - well done, guys, another classic!
The sound quality listening from MySpace of these tracks is not bad at all, though I do look forward to hearing the album on vinyl...when it arrives (-:
|1||Bag It Up|
|3||Waiting For The Rapture|
|4||Shock Of The Lightning|
|5||I'm Outta Time|
|6||Get Off Your High Horse Lady|
|8||To Be Where There's Life|
|9||Ain't Got Nothin'|
|10||Nature Of Reality|
|1||Gold And Silver And Sunshine|
|2||Shock Of The Lightning|
|3||Shock Of The Lightning|
- Oasis - Dig Out Your Soul: +DVD (2008) Retail CD
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