Time Flies... 1994-2009
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Time Flies... 1994- 2009, the complete Oasis singles collection, will be released on June 15th. Featuring all 26 singles released in the UK during their 15 year career, this collection is the ultimate celebration of a band who had 7 consecutive #1 albums and sold an unbelievable 7.5 million singles in the UK; who topped charts, sold millions of records and became legendary for their live show around the world. Oasis is the band who defined Britpop. The album cover features an image from the band's landmark live shows at Knebworth in 1996; the fastest selling ticket in British concert history, with over 3 million people -- 1 in 20 Britons -- applying for tickets, and the band playing to 250,000 people over 2 consecutive evenings that weekend. Packaging includes Clamshell box set with 4 mini-jackets, 24 page booklet. Disc 1 CD and Disc 2 CD feature Oasis' 26 UK singles. Disc 3 DVD features all the UK promo videos, track by track audio commentary by Noel and Liam Gallagher and previously unreleased International videos. Disc 4 CD features the last ever recorded Oasis live show from the Roundhouse, London-July 21, 2009.
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I didn't listen and still don't to a lot of music since the turn of the century as I feel it's a lot of pop rubbish. But somehow or another Oasis came into my mind, maybe it was an ad from Amazon, I don't quite know. And I remembered how interesting I thought the sound was, I recalled hearing a lot of conflict within the band. So I honestly can't say I know their work that well. But I can honestly say that I know good rock when I hear it. And every track on this album is solid.
The influence of The Beatles is evident in so many songs in here, they even drop Beatles song titles into the lyrics. In there Let There Be Love towards the end of the song, I find myself saying "Ohm Pah Ohm Pah Ohm Pah" ala "I Am The Walrus."
All of my music is in the Cloud today, thankfully because my hard drive died on me a couple of months ago. Amazon MP3 tells me that I have well over 5,000 songs in there, and I've lived through several decades of Rock & Roll. Simply put if you like good Rock music, call it alternative or classic rock, maybe some would even say "pop" (though I would sneer with you in contempt), buy this album. I've been introduced to Oasis. I almost missed them.
great having all the videos in one place, plus the commentary on the all the singles videos. I would have also liked commentary on the "non-single" videos like Champagne Supernova but that is a minor quibble. also a few odd choices on the additional videos, like the odd one with impersonators and Gas Panic which appears to be from "Familiar to Millions." would have been nicer to have a clip from one of the other shows that aren't available for purchase elsewhere.
The live disc is also worth the price, though Liam inexplicably stops singing in several songs, the overall sound quaility is great.
on the videos, it's still amazing as an american how bad so many of the britpop bands videos (esp the early ones) were compared to those in the US at the time...it's a shame because back then those were how people were exposed to bands and britpop bands were far better musically than a lot of american groups at the time. it's superficial but probably part of the reason bands like blur, oasis pulp etc didn't catch on the way they deserved to.