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Old 09-27-2021, 03:49 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Very snarky guy. Still a talented songwriter despite lifting from the Beatles a lot. Clearly in charge of most of the melodies in Oasis. Seems a lot cooler as he's getting older
Do people feel like Oasis lifted from the Beatles more than other bands lift from their influences?
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They straight up stole "Bang a Gong Get It On" though.
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Old 09-27-2021, 03:57 PM   #53 (permalink)
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Do people feel like Oasis lifted from the Beatles more than other bands lift from their influences?
I think that's the accusation, but Britpop in general is influenced by mid-late period Beatles anyway.
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Old 09-27-2021, 04:10 PM   #54 (permalink)
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They straight up stole "Bang a Gong Get It On" though.
True, but even the Mighty Fall straight up ripped some songs from other artists.





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Do people feel like Oasis lifted from the Beatles more than other bands lift from their influences?
They definitely wore that influence on their sleeve and they'd never shut up about the Beatles either. They even got Ringo's kid to drum on their last album. Could be why they're criticized so much for it.

Sacha Baron Cohen's story is a good example.



They name check the Beatles so much in their songs, it gets kinda obnoxious, and I'm a fan of Oasis.


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They straight up stole "Bang a Gong Get It On" though.
There's a few:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YrHBGQ5rzw

What kills me though, is that the older I get, the more I realize a lot of music is just an incremental shift from what's come before. Generally speaking, the music that's the most innovative is just sitting at the intersection of 3 influences. But it's nonetheless moving the needle slightly. It's just harder to hang it on one band.
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I mean you do listen to 7 Mary 3.
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I mean you do listen to 7 Mary 3.
I do? I think I know two songs by them. Where'd this come from?
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Don't lie to me, Dishwalla boy.
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Don't lie to me, Dishwalla boy.
Those are different bands. And the unplugged version of Counting Blue Cars is a masterpiece!

I still don't know what any of this has to do with Oasis.
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And I'll bet you have a copy of Matchbox 20's first album you bought when it came out.
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