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On BBC2 now. Oasis bore me as a live band now that Liam can barely sing.
sounds and looks good enough me. not great but a good one to see
He should get them surgically removed.
the drummer now? don't recognise him
when he is not on secondment with the Who.
They sacked Zak because he wanted to take his bird on tour with them.
The drummer's Chris Sharrock.
on his feet, whoever he is then.
that choir doesn't really add much. scruffy lecturers
a complete line anymore.
It just trails off into a strangled yelp at the end.
It is good to share.
Meant to say, c'mon Andy - you've must have cleared your student loans by now. Do the decent thing and reform Ride.
it that arousing for you?
The melody for the verses in Cloudburst is nicked entirely from this:
but it's shite. Don't Believe The Truth is slightly less shit.
these days they're a god-send. :'(
he doesn't seem to be on the stage...
and this really sucks, I'm gona have to listen to music in headphones again
Oasis are funny
Every fucking dj will be pouring it on feet thick.
I have no choice in the station I might add so no 'don't listen to it smart arsery' thanks.
A local chapel missed out a lovely choir for their Sunday service because of cunting Oasis
bad mixing? I don't think the choir's ever sounded good when used at these Electric Proms.
than they have for the whole set, they might as well just do a fucking setlist of Beatles covers. I love Oasis, believe it or not. Unless Liam gets surgery I've had it with 'em! Will have to make do with Youtube videos of their glory days.
I never understood why Oasis thought of themselves as being like the Beatles. The Beatles always have this intricate wee melodies and stuff in their songs, with odd yet charming flourishes and stuff.
I Am the Walrus has all those spacey washes and mellotrons and choirs going "Oompa-oompa stick it up ya jumpa!" and samples from the telly and films and melancholy strings.
But Oasis just go "How will we do it? Twenty thousand layers of chords, someone hammering the drums and Liam shouting 'Fookin' 'ave it!'? All right."
Its arguably the most psychedelic song in the Beatles' catalogue.
Oasis are probably one of the least-psychedelic bands of all time.
It was never gonna work. The vocals in the original are so good because of Lennon's sexy pronunciation. Liam's wail doesn't do the lyrics justice.