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Be Here Now

OasisAudio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (300 customer reviews)

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“In 20 years’ time, people will buy Definitely Maybe and listen to it for what it was. That’s what is important.” Noel Gallagher, August 1994.

Remarkably confident words from a guitarist on the eve of his band’s debut album release. But Oasis were always certain in their abilities – and the public were just as clear the five-piece were on the right ... Read more in Amazon's Oasis Store

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  • Audio CD (August 26, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Epic
  • ASIN: B000002C25
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (300 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,332 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. D'You Know What I Mean?
2. My Big Mouth
3. Magic Pie
4. Stand By Me
5. I Hope, I Think, I Know
6. The Girl In The Dirty Shirt
7. Fade In-Out
8. Don't Go Away
9. Be Here Now
10. All Around The World
11. It's Gettin' Better (Man!!)
12. All Around The World (Reprise)

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Extremely limited edition double 180gm vinyl LP repressing of this 1997 album from the Britpop band. This vinyl reissue contains brand new sleeve notes. Big Brother. 2009.

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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In retrospect October 20, 2005
Format:Audio CD
For a long time it was impossible for people to take an objective view of Oasis. They were either the greatest band in the world or a joke, depending on who you asked. I think grunge had trained a lot of people into thinking it wasn't cool to like partying, acting stupid, and just rocking --- which is really what Oasis were about. In this sense they were more like Guns n Roses than the Beatles. And just like GNR their career basically imploded following their third, bloated album.

But in retrospect "Be Here Now" was everything Oasis was meant to be from the beginning--- totally over the top. Like others here have mentioned, the reversal of critical opinion regarding "Be Here Now" was striking. Having ignored the first two Oasis albums (which turned out to be seminal), the music press rushed to proclaim "Be Here Now" a great album upon release. But the problem was that Oasis had fulfilled their destiny in becoming drugged out, over-produced, groupie shagging rock stars. Like many bands that were huge in Britain, Americans just didn't seem to get it. There was really no where left for Oasis to go. Opinion of the album accordingly shifted.

Having watched Oasis flounder with "Standing on the Shoulders of Giants" and "Heathen Chemistry," and regroup with this year's "Don't Believe the Truth," it's easier to judge "Be Here Now" in context. It's a sprawling, out of control record that has a life of its own.

I don't think any band could purposefully set out to make a record this audacious. "Be Here Now" is a product of a band that was too high and wrapped up in their own fame to believe they had limits. When you listen to it now it sounds overblown in the best way possible-- like T.Rex's "The Slider" or the "Use Your Illusion" records.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Walking slowly down the hall of fame September 6, 2005
Format:Audio CD
Unbridled arrogance, excess, and obnoxiousness. Also known as, the essence of rock 'n' roll! This amazing album is larger, longer, and louder than life. It's almost too much to take in all at once; I can understand why so many people just can't get their heads around it. But give "Be Here Now" a chance and you will find smart songwriting, great melodies, and stellar musicianship. The arrogance is justified.

"D'You Know What I Mean?" is an absolute monster, a swaggering psychedelic epic so huge it leaves you almost too exhausted to continue. Definitely one of the coolest album openers ever and one of my personal all-time favorite songs. But that's just the beginning.

"My Big Mouth" is the sound of 24 blazing guitar tracks all turned up to 11, with drums and vocals fighting furiously to catch up for the 5-minute running time (and it's one of the shorter tracks!). "Magic Pie" is the album's second 7-minute epic, featuring a soaring chorus, an excellent Noel Gallagher vocal performance, and a long found-sound coda. "Stand by Me" and "I Hope, I Think, I Know" are anthemic stadium rockers that keep the adrenaline level high.

From here the album dips back into '60s psychedelia for "The Girl in the Dirty Shirt" and the epic (see how that word keeps coming up?) "Fade In-Out." "Don't Go Away" finally scales back the guitar pyrotechnics for some tender acoustic plucking and a beautiful, wistful melody backed by bombastic strings and horns. The title track, "All Around the World," and "It's Gettin' Better (Man!!)" return to blisteringly loud guitars and huge, anthemic choruses. Finally, "All Around the World (Reprise)" takes us out with an orchestral restatement of the song's outro and the sound of a door closing.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Criminally underrated... July 12, 2002
By "aowen"
Format:Audio CD
When it was released, Be Here Now was greeted by rapturous reviews and unbelievable sales (885,000 copies sold in Britain that week, the equivalent of 4-5 million copies in a week here). Within a couple of months (largely due, in my opinion, to the comparative brilliance of OK Computer and Urban Hymns) Be Here Now was reviled as a cocaine excess and Oasis' short reign as the biggest group in the world was over. Oasis certainly has never recovered. But this is a great album, full of long, loud songs that never forget the importance of a great tune. Sure, the lyrics are naff but who cares when they're being sung by the best singer of his generation, Mr. Liam Gallagher (except for Magic Pie, a top song despite the absolute worst, most pretentious lyrics ever). I'm not going to go through the strengths and weaknesses of each song (others have done it better) but let me just point out three songs:
1. Do You Know What I Mean? A massive, massive song, the first new Oasis song to follow the trailblazing Morning Glory album. This song is so 1997 but still conjures up a feeling of companionship, the idea that we're all in this together. Just awesome.
2. Fade In-Out: Not everyone loves it but this song really is the missed opportunity for Oasis, their chance to truly become the Stone Roses of the nineties. But Oasis zigged when they should have zagged, going mellow when it was time to rock out. But at least we have this song. The scream three minutes into the song is one of the most exciting moments in rock and roll.
3. Don't Go Away: I'll never understand why this one didn't strike the same chord as Wonderwall. If it had gotten the airplay it deserved, this album wouldn't be considered such a flop. Beautiful with Liam's voice keeping it from being too sentimental (a problem in the last couple of Oasis albums where Noel's decided to take on more of the singing duties).
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3.0 out of 5 stars I'm really confused by this album.
I'm not sure about this album. I don't know if this was the idea , or just simply bad production, but the guitars are way to loud. And for no reason... Read more
Published 1 month ago by Zen
5.0 out of 5 stars One Record to Rule Them ALL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ALL MUST BOW BEFORE THE GIANT TITANIUM WALL OF SOUND !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This is the greatest record in the history of music. Read more
Published 1 month ago by rush1313
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Thanks, is the beast CD..!!
Published 2 months ago by Victor Edgar Hanssen Rodriguez
3.0 out of 5 stars The last one that shines......
yes, i remember the Oasis BOOM in the early 90's....I was a teenager and i liked way more the dark Grunge movement, but oasis started as a promising classic ROCK band with great... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Fluminense
5.0 out of 5 stars Coked out morning glory
The New Musical Express (NME) gave this a 10 out of 10 when it was released in 1997. The album was then considered excessive in the wake of the ascension of Travis (remember them -... Read more
Published 4 months ago by Captain Jack
5.0 out of 5 stars Underrated
Not as good as their first two albums, but definitely underrated. I think it's a great album regardless of what anybody thinks.
Published 7 months ago by jerjer
5.0 out of 5 stars classic oasis, a little long
Everybody is right, almost every song is too long, but this record has like 5 top 10 oasis songs so you have to recognise that.... Maybe the record with the Best vocals
Published 8 months ago by Claudia Herrera De Spigler
5.0 out of 5 stars Great all around cd
This CD didn't get a lot of radio attention but it is Oasis best album in my opinion. Every song is great
Published 9 months ago by Shane Rusch
5.0 out of 5 stars Oasis, Be Here Now. a very good cd from this band in the late 90s with...
A very good band with a soothing voice for a frontman. Very good for the price. A good follow up to Whats the Story.
Published 16 months ago by Eric Mitchell
4.0 out of 5 stars The Atomic Bomb Of Rock Albums
A big heavy powerful destructive force that crushes everything in its path. Built to be the biggest and the loudest and to take no prisoners. That's "Be Here Now". Read more
Published 16 months ago by Spiritual Architect
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