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Stop the Clocks Special Edition, CD+DVD

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Product Description : Double CD plus bonus DVD in a gatefold digipack and slipcase, plus 32 page booklet Bonus DVD content: Lock The Box Interview- 35 minutes 4 minute trailer for documentary Two Live Tracks: "Champagne Supernova" Live at Knebworth 1996 "Fade Away" Live at the Metro in Chicago 1994

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Even the high-and-mighty Gallagher brothers would admit that Oasis hasn't released a crucial album since the one-two punch of its 1994 debut, Definitely Maybe, and its globe-devouring 1995 follow-up, (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. But that doesn't mean the hirsute Manchester band has been in short supply of great singles. With just Liam and Noel sticking it out through the whole thing, this generous double album cherry-picks the best riffs, choruses, and sneers from the group's decade-plus career, offering fans a chance to rediscover early pub classics ("Slide Away," "Some Might Say"), latter-day retro-rock gems ("The Importance of Being Idle," "Lyla"), and some surprisingly decent B-sides that could have otherwise easily been obscured by the eyebrows ("The Masterplan"). --Aidin Vaziri

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Fade Away [DVD][Live][*]
  2. Champagne Supernova [DVD][Live][*]
  3. Bonus Material [DVD][*]
  4. Half the World Away
  5. Go Let It Out
  6. Songbird
  7. Morning Glory
  8. Champagne Supernova
  9. Don't Look Back in Anger Disc: 3 Bonus DVD


Product Details

  • Audio CD (November 21, 2006)
  • Special Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Special Edition, CD+DVD
  • Label: Columbia/Sony
  • ASIN: B000J4OSRI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #249,189 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Paul Allaer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 21, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Music: 5 Stars; Compilation: 2 Stars; DVD: 3 Stars

Oasis has come at the end of its contract with their label, and when told that a "best of" was going to be issued whether the Gallagher brothers liked it or not, Noel Gallagher took it upon himself to come up with the band's first career-spanning compilation. Initially it was going to include several new songs (including "Stop the Clocks"), but then that changed too (although the album title stuck) when all was said and done, we are left with this beautiful mess.

"Stop the Clocks" (2 CDs, 18 tracks, 86 min.) brings a selective sampling of some of Oasis greatest hits and best known tracks, including its US breakthrough hit "Wonderwall", which still sounds as fresh today as when it came out more than a decade ago, but also "Champaign Supernova", "Don't Look Back in Anger" and "Acquiesce", originally a B-side but it has become one of Oasis' best known and beloved songs. Nothing wrong with the music as such on this compilation. It's what is NOT on here that is the problem: Noel tries to rewrite history and conveniently ignores the "Be Here Now" album ENTIRELY, hence no "D'You Know What I Mean", "Stand By Me" or "All Around the World", all huge hits; other early-era classics MIA include "Shakermaker", "Whatever" and "Roll With It", and even latter day hits such as "The Hindu Times", "Little By Little" and "She Is Love" are conspicuously absent. I guess I could have understood Noe's approach if this was a single CD compilation, but it is not. Can someone explain to me why, at a mere 86 min. over 2 CDs, all those hits and classics are not on here?
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I never thought oasis would release a greatest hits album, as all their albums are like a greatest hits album. But this is a 'best of' album. The songs that Noel Gallagher believes are the best 18 from the bands 14 year career. This is not a compilation of radio singles, the songs that the record company have chosen over the years. The only reason Noel decided to release this compilation is to give the band total control over the project after sony announced they were going to release a best of album of the band following the bands decision to sever their ties with the record company.

There are no new songs on here, so die-hard fans will need a good reason to purchase this as they already own all these songs on CD. Well the reason is for the bonus DVD, which includes live footage, an interview, photo galleries and a bonus trailer.

The interview with Noel and Liam goes for 40 minutes and describes the songs on the album, why they were chosen and how the album came about. It also features footage of the band over the years and the changes they have gone through with different band line-ups. I actually had to watch with sub-titles as the thick mancunian accents are hard to understand in some places.

There are two live songs. Fade Away from the chicago metro way back in 94, and the excellent champagne supernova from the history making live show at knebworth in 1996. Also included is the film trailer for 'Lord don't slow me down'.

All other fans of the band who don't wish to buy all the albums will find this to be a worthy purchase as it definitely does include the best 18 songs from the band. It includes songs like Some might say, Wonderwall, Slide Away, The Masterplan, Live Forever, Morning Glory and Don't look back in anger.
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By S. Sarhan on November 23, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Stop the Clocks deserves the respect of hardcore fans and past fans of Oasis. The band has been making music for the past 12 years, haven't lost their touch, haven't sold out to make pop or rap, and, after 12 years, still revolve around the once-known-to-be fueding brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher, the voice and soul behind one of the most exciting and unpredictable bands in recent memory.

Clocks delivers a retrospective of Oasis's bumpy career thus far. To no surprise, most of the songs, which were all compiled by the Gallaghers themselves as songs that, according to them, encapsulate their band's best contributions to modern rock over the past decade, are from their first two albums: Rock 'n Roll Star, Live Forever, Supersonic, and Slide Away from the 1994 breakthrough debut Definitely Maybe; Some Might Say, Wonderwall, Don't Look Back In Anger, Morning Glory and Champagne Supernova from the 1995 mega hit follow-up What's The Story Morning Glory. Other classic hits include the UK number 1 hit Go Let It Out from 2000's dud Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants, the Liam penned ballad Songbird from 2002's subtle Heathen Chemistry, and the UK number 1 hits Lyla and Importance of Being Idle from 2005's solid Don't Believe The Truth. The boys even manage to thrown in 4 great b-sides, which sound better than most of the singles they've released to date: the brilliantly written acoustic ballad Talk Tonight, the sentimental The Masterplan, the arena rocker Acqueisce, and the stunning Half The World Away.
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