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Old 07-09-2014, 07:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Yes he was in that band called OASIS and then after great consideration formed a new band and recorded his own album. So what is the final word on this artist?
Is he really perhaps one of the most talented song writers of our generation?????
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Old 07-09-2014, 07:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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huh.. i didn't know he started a new band, what's their name?

i like Oasis and i do think he is a talented song writer but i wouldn't call him one of the best of our generation..
he would make the list but i wouldn't put him in my top 5, maybe in my top 10.
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hahaha

no.
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no.

This. So much this.
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Asshole who wrote a handful of good songs. There's not much more to him than that.
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damn you guys are harsh xD

I actually think he is pretty good.
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I never thought Oasis were anything more than an overhyped, mediocre rock band.

I had no idea that Noel Gallagher had another band until I saw the first post in this thread.

Can't say I have any desire whatsoever to check them out to hear what they sound like.
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I quite enjoyed the album, "What`s the story? (Morning Glory)". It had some good tunes and the kind of teasing post-modern references to an earlier pop era were fun while they were novel... but it was a trick that doesn`t bear repeating.
Their lyrics never made much sense, and as for lines like " ....I had a sister, on her hand she had a blister" - well, for hearing that, once in a lifetime is too often in my opinion.

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Is he really perhaps one of the most talented song writers of our generation?????
^ So I`m sorry, neardeath, my answer to your question is no. As I understand it, NG already has a sufficiently inflated opinion of his own talent -no need for us to add fuel to the fire of his conceit.
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Their lyrics never made much sense, and as for lines like " ....I had a sister, on her hand she had a blister" - well, for hearing that, once in a lifetime is too often in my opinion.
The lyrics were definitely their weakest point for me.
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huh.. i didn't know he started a new band, what's their name?

i like Oasis and i do think he is a talented song writer but i wouldn't call him one of the best of our generation..
he would make the list but i wouldn't put him in my top 5, maybe in my top 10.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, they're called. They have some alright songs.
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