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Old 12-15-2015, 06:10 PM   #31 (permalink)
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15. TALK TONIGHT/ACQUIESCE
(1995, B-Side)




The B-side to their first UK Number 1 hit, Some Might Say, this acoustic number sung by Noel is worthy of being an A-side single. It's that good. Acquiesce was the other B-side to their first UK Number 1 hit, Some Might Say, this powerhouse stadium rocker featuring Liam and Noel sharing vocal duties, Acquiesce is probably Noel's blatant message to his brother and how their collaboration resulted in the formation of one of the biggest bands on the planet

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Old 12-15-2015, 06:15 PM   #32 (permalink)
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14. MARRIED WITH CHILDREN
(1994, Definitely Maybe)


The closing track on their debut album, this subtle, funny, acoustic number is one of the highlights on the album, featuring one of the best vocals by Liam.

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13. SONGBIRD
(2002, Heathen Chemistry)

Liam wrote this simple acoustic ballad, and it has become one of Oasis's most recognizable songs.

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12. COLUMBIA
(1994, Definitely Maybe)

The elusive and bluesy track Columbia from their debut album is definitely, not maybe, one of Oasis's greatest jams. It's too bad Noel rarely wrote more songs like this later on in the band's career.
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11. WONDERWALL
(1995, (What's The Story) Morning Glory?)

By far, Oasis's biggest and most famous song. It's a great song, but just not their best hit. Noel wrote this infectious ballad to his then girlfriend Meg.
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10. Morning Glory
(1995, (What's The Story) Morning Glory?)

By far, Oasis's most sentimental song. The guitar playing along with the singing provides a somber listening experience. It's sincere and introspective. It's a song in which all your dreams are made.
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10. Morning Glory
(1995, (What's The Story) Morning Glory?)

By far, Oasis's most sentimental song. The guitar playing along with the singing provides a somber listening experience. It's sincere and introspective. It's a song in which all your dreams are made.
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10. ROCK N' ROLL STAR
(1994, Definitely Maybe)

One of the first singles by Oasis, this has grown into an anthem for a generation over the years. A song about believing in yourself.
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9. CAST NO SHADOW
(1995, (What's The Story) Morning Glory?)

This is possibly Noel's most beautiful song. He wrote this about The Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft, but the words and meaning are deep and personal that they relate to anybody.
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8. WHATEVER
(1994, Stand-alone Single)

A song about rebellion, about not caring about what people say and doing whatever you want. This was a predominant theme for many of Noel's songs in Oasis's early days.
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