Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Era Poll

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And lets keep it rolling with the next album in the moshttp://www.ilxor.com/ILX/Poll/EnterPollInformationControllerServlet?boardid=41t productive and worthwhile period in the band's history. I'm expecting to see a lot of vote on this one. Overall this is my favorite album, much more consistent than the debut. But the fantastic B-sides can't be ignored.

Poll Results

OptionVotes
Acquiesce 20
Wonderwall 9
Don't Look Back In Anger 7
Champagne Supernova 7
Morning Glory 6
Some Might Say 5
She's Electric 5
Underneath the Sky 3
Rockin' Chair 3
Talk Tonight 2
The Masterplan 2
Hey Now! 2
Cum On Feel the Noize 1
Round Are Way 1
It's Better People 1
Bonehead's Bank Holiday 1
Cast No Shadow 1
Headshrinker 0
Live Forever (Live at Glastonbury '95) 0
The Swamp Song 0
Step Out 0
Roll With It 0
Hello 0


Size-zero-brigade-embrace-token-chubby-chops (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:36 (eight years ago) Permalink

conflicted. going for champagne supernova cos i bled learning the double guitar solos when i was 15.

What are the benefits of dating a younger guy, better erections? (darraghmac), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:38 (eight years ago) Permalink

Acquiesce by a long way

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:42 (eight years ago) Permalink

I could honestly see myself voting for any of the following:

Don't Look Back In Anger
Some Might Say
Cast No Shadow
Morning Glory
Champagne Supernova
Talk Tonight
Acquiesce
It's Better People
Live Forever (Live at Glastonbury '95)
The Masterplan
Underneath the Sky

I always liked the coked out paranoia vibe of the "Morning Glory" video, even if it was a harbinger of the coke overload coming with the next album.

Size-zero-brigade-embrace-token-chubby-chops (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:44 (eight years ago) Permalink

"Rockin' Chair."

vulva eyes (Alfred, Lord Sotosyn), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:45 (eight years ago) Permalink

the masterplan is the one that actually includes the word "acquiesce" in the first verse isn't it? i quite liked that one.

dog latin, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 13:52 (eight years ago) Permalink

Yeah, Rockin' Chair is brilliant. I'd forgotten all about that one.

nate woolls, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 14:08 (eight years ago) Permalink

"Champagne Supernova" has Paul Weller passing the torch.

Squash weather (Eazy), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 15:10 (eight years ago) Permalink

ace run for what, 18 months? lotta gold here

Hat Trick Swayze (Shakey Mo Collier), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 15:18 (eight years ago) Permalink

"Don't Look Back In Anger"

Soul Finger! (Euler), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 17:02 (eight years ago) Permalink

yeah I think that's gonna be my vote too. seems to encapsulate all that the band did well - a Beatles nick and a Bowie ref, a soaring chorus, T. Rex-y production, a little swagger and a little sentimentality.

Hat Trick Swayze (Shakey Mo Collier), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 17:09 (eight years ago) Permalink

always surprised me that Wonderwall was the bigger hit in America

Hat Trick Swayze (Shakey Mo Collier), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 17:10 (eight years ago) Permalink

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdvqss4S_-I

ecuador_with_a_c, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 18:19 (eight years ago) Permalink

Underneath The Sky.

Sickamous (Scik Mouthy), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 18:50 (eight years ago) Permalink

Go and listen to it again.

Sickamous (Scik Mouthy), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 18:50 (eight years ago) Permalink

I probably like this more than the debut, although I never liked 'Champagne Supernova' and 'DLBIA' really does my head in these days. It's between any of these:

Acquiesce
Wonderwall
Underneath The Sky
Hey Now
Morning Glory

I tend to like Oasis more when they throw in some minor chords.

Gavin in Leeds, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:30 (eight years ago) Permalink

'Morning Glory' for me. Only about half of this stands up. I read an interview with Noel after this had blown up and he was lamenting how 'Hey Now!' was one of the biggest highlights of the album, but no-one seemed to give it any attention. That's when I was sure he had no idea what he was doing.

Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:44 (eight years ago) Permalink

These are all ace:

Roll With It
Wonderwall
Don't Look Back In Anger
Cast No Shadow
She's Electric
Champagne Supernova
Talk Tonight
Rockin' Chair
The Masterplan
Step Out
Underneath the Sky

It has to be "Wonderwall" in the long run though, just ahead of "Don't Look Back In Anger". Two of the songs that gave me the faith back in contemporary music back in 1995-96.

Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:45 (eight years ago) Permalink

'Staying Out For The Summer' was 1994

Ismael Klata, Wednesday, 23 September 2009 19:47 (eight years ago) Permalink

Yes, but too few people noticed it.

Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Thursday, 24 September 2009 00:39 (eight years ago) Permalink

This would have made a HELL of a tracklist for an album - I like them better bright and poppy than sludgy and guitar-blankety.

Hello
Wonderwall
Some Might Say
She's Electric
Morning Glory
It's Better People
Rockin' Chair
Round Are Way
Underneath the Sky
Champagne Supernova

If I were honest with myself, I'd give it to "Wonderwall" which is definitely the best song here - but I REALLY burned out on it that year, ditto "Champagne Supernova" (one of the first couple videos I sat watching MTV for hours hoping they'd play it again) (the other was Wu-Tang's "Triumph")... so, hell, "Underneath the Sky."

Doctor Casino, Thursday, 24 September 2009 02:57 (eight years ago) Permalink

I read an interview with Noel after this had blown up and he was lamenting how 'Hey Now!' was one of the biggest highlights of the album, but no-one seemed to give it any attention.

This happens when you give a fairly decent song a dull generic title.

See also "Come On", Jesus and Mary Chain.

Mark G, Thursday, 24 September 2009 09:31 (eight years ago) Permalink

hey now or possibly don't look back in anger

Charlie Howard, Thursday, 24 September 2009 09:34 (eight years ago) Permalink

Acquiesce, easy.

Dorian (Dorianlynskey), Thursday, 24 September 2009 10:25 (eight years ago) Permalink

this is Oasis best period, will have to think about it.

Bee OK, Sunday, 27 September 2009 08:12 (eight years ago) Permalink

Automatic thread bump. This poll is closing tomorrow.

System, Monday, 5 October 2009 23:01 (eight years ago) Permalink

i never did get around to listening to some of those b-sides again, so i will vote for the best song on the album. it goes to "Champagne Supernova" because at the time that song had the biggest impact.

Bee OK, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 02:39 (eight years ago) Permalink

Given the quality of the B-sides this is kind of a bafflingly-sequenced album... are "Hey Now," "Cast No Shadow," and "Swamp Song" really stronger cuts than "It's Better People," "Rockin' Chair," "Round Are Way," or "Underneath the Sky"? And then there's "Roll With It," which is a near-total waste of time and yet was an A-side single??? Really weird decision-making here...this could have easily been a no-miss rapid-fire classic, they had the material at their fingertips.

Doctor Casino, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 02:52 (eight years ago) Permalink

Automatic thread bump. This poll's results are now in.

System, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:01 (eight years ago) Permalink

Acquiesce? WTF can someone tell me what's so special about that song? Cuz I usually skip it.

the taint of Macca is strong (Shakey Mo Collier), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:09 (eight years ago) Permalink

its the best oasis song.

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:10 (eight years ago) Permalink

Given the quality of the B-sides this is kind of a bafflingly-sequenced album... are "Hey Now," "Cast No Shadow," and "Swamp Song" really stronger cuts than "It's Better People," "Rockin' Chair," "Round Are Way," or "Underneath the Sky"? And then there's "Roll With It," which is a near-total waste of time and yet was an A-side single??? Really weird decision-making here...this could have easily been a no-miss rapid-fire classic, they had the material at their fingertips.

^^also totally cosign this (with the exception of Cast No Shadow, which I think is great)

the taint of Macca is strong (Shakey Mo Collier), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:10 (eight years ago) Permalink

sorry, it's Wonderwall then Morning Glory

A Patch on Blazing Saddles (Dr Morbius), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:15 (eight years ago) Permalink

Acquiesce? Really? Just seems like a throwaway track to me. The "be-li-eve" part is lazily filling a boring melody.

Spencer Chow, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:30 (eight years ago) Permalink

^^^exactly. and that totally clumsy phasing effect! I can understand that people would like this song but thinking its the BEST is a headscratcher

the taint of Macca is strong (Shakey Mo Collier), Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:32 (eight years ago) Permalink

I agree with the order of the rest of the list but I do have a soft spot for "Cast No Shadow."

Spencer Chow, Tuesday, 6 October 2009 23:35 (eight years ago) Permalink

"Cast No Shadow" is one of the best ever Oasis songs. Beautiful song, and some beautiful vocal harmonies too.

Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 08:11 (eight years ago) Permalink

Geir is right.

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 11:59 (eight years ago) Permalink

its way better than dont look back in anger and wonderwall.

pfunkboy (Herman G. Neuname), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 12:00 (eight years ago) Permalink

^^also totally cosign this (with the exception of Cast No Shadow, which I think is great)

Glad somebody to this before me, looooove "Cast No Shadow". I'm not surprised that "Acquiesce" won, but I am surprised it doubled up on the second place song.

& other try hard shitfests (jon /via/ chi 2.0), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 13:09 (eight years ago) Permalink

I like "Don't Look Back In Anger" and "Wonderwall" better but "Cast No Shadow" is WAY better than "Cigarettes And Alcohol" and "Shakermaker".

Tied Up In Geir (Geir Hongro), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 13:36 (eight years ago) Permalink

huh. i don't even know "acquiesce." must have been added on later versions than the one i have. but listening to it now ... eh. would've voted the title track.

flying squid attack (tipsy mothra), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 13:42 (eight years ago) Permalink

oh ok, i see the poll wasn't just album tracks. gotcha.

flying squid attack (tipsy mothra), Wednesday, 7 October 2009 13:43 (eight years ago) Permalink

three years pass...

I really like the sound of this album. Syrupy, sludgy, maximalist impressionism.

brimstead, Wednesday, 21 November 2012 10:47 (four years ago) Permalink

It means nothing to the kids of University Challenge!

Mark G, Wednesday, 21 November 2012 11:46 (four years ago) Permalink

ilx votes boring b-side shocker

Heard cast no shadow and champagne supernova on a playlist yesterday. Must revisit, i burned out on oasis but no disputing these tunes

bill paxman (darraghmac), Wednesday, 21 November 2012 14:59 (four years ago) Permalink

University Challenged kids also failed to identify a single Elvis song a few weeks back

Dr X O'Skeleton, Wednesday, 21 November 2012 17:33 (four years ago) Permalink

XP - On the other hand, there was a lady on "Mastermind" last week who had John Peel's Festive Fiftys as her specialist subject, and I got more of them right than she did.

Rob M Revisited, Wednesday, 21 November 2012 18:46 (four years ago) Permalink

ahhh .. i heard there was a question re Age of Chance on Mastermind .. now i know the context ..

mark e, Wednesday, 21 November 2012 19:02 (four years ago) Permalink

three years pass...

I read an interview with Noel after this had blown up and he was lamenting how 'Hey Now!' was one of the biggest highlights of the album, but no-one seemed to give it any attention. That's when I was sure he had no idea what he was doing.

It's a haunting tune, perhaps the best on the album.

Freedom, Tuesday, 1 November 2016 14:57 (one year ago) Permalink

I wonder if they’d have been as big as they were if Noel looked like Bonehead and Liam like Tony McCarroll

calstars, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:02 (four days ago) Permalink

Slade is a good shout

Not much fuckin cred in touting yr Slade credentials in 1994 tho tbf

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:04 (four days ago) Permalink

definitely maybe was such a jam for me in '94. Columbia and Slide Away ftw, i still think those are their two best songs.

omar little, Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:06 (four days ago) Permalink

The one I feel most like listening to now might be.......headshrinker?

That can't be right but yeah headshrinker

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:07 (four days ago) Permalink

Or bring it on down but I mean lol that's just headshrinker

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:08 (four days ago) Permalink

I think the Beatles comparison really started with « Whatever » and the band telling everybody « we have made a Beatles song, mates ».

― AlXTC from Paris, Wednesday, November 15, 2017 2:45 PM (two hours ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

The Beatles comparison came more from Noel talking about how he wanted Oasis to be as big as The Beatles, but musically it didn't really go beyond quoting the occasional Beatles song title in their lyrics and putting 'Strawberry Fields Forever' flutes and 'Tomorrow Never Knows'-style drum "riffs" in there, but a lot of that stuff set in later.

Liam really did want to be John Lennon badly, but the Plastic Ono Band era of Lennon rather than 1964 era Lennon. As such there's a couple of tracks where I hear a bit of solo Lennon in there, but not really The Beatles.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Wednesday, 15 November 2017 17:21 (four days ago) Permalink

Really ? I hear more Lennon 66/67 in his voice than solo Lennon. The latter being more expressive and personal compared to the more psyche / straightforward pop of the former (I simplify, of course).
And LG was more about shouting the melodies and words - and doing it very well - than being expressive and delicate with the emotions, I think.
Also, for the Beatles comparisons thing, there was this stupid statement from Liam that he would only sing songs by NG and Lennon. ever. And then somehow he ended up singing "Little James"...

AlXTC from Paris, Friday, 17 November 2017 14:49 (two days ago) Permalink

Yes, really. Liam's songwriting contributions are more rooted in solo Lennon than Beatle Lennon. 'Little James' and 'Born on a Different Cloud' are his attempts at re-writing 'Beautiful Boy', for example ...

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 15:16 (two days ago) Permalink

Aw, post Be Here Now, maybe, I really don't know their output enough to judge about that !
But between Definitely Maybe and Be Here Now, I get more of a Lennon 66 vibe from LG than solo Lennon, is what I meant.

AlXTC from Paris, Friday, 17 November 2017 15:22 (two days ago) Permalink

So, talking about vocal performance, not songwriting, obviously.

AlXTC from Paris, Friday, 17 November 2017 15:23 (two days ago) Permalink

giving the Be Here Now remaster a listen now and it sounds a lot better than i remember it sounding 20 years ago. 20, good christ.

anyone want to give a quick ranking of the post-BHN albums?

omar little, Friday, 17 November 2017 17:11 (two days ago) Permalink

Don't Believe the Truth > Dig Out Your Soul >>>>>>>> Heathen Chemistry >>>>>>>> Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 17:23 (two days ago) Permalink

Don't Believe the Truth > Dig Out Your Soul >>>>>>>> Heathen Chemistry >>>>>>>> Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

― Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, November 17, 2017 9:23 AM (one minute ago) Bookmark Flag Post Permalink

rankings you will never be able to evaluate because there's no way you're listening to even 1 post morning glory oasis album

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 17:25 (two days ago) Permalink

There's some excellent stuff on those last two Oasis albums, tbh.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 17:29 (two days ago) Permalink

my answer to this poll = morning glory, obviously. it's really exciting to hear still

imago, Friday, 17 November 2017 17:35 (two days ago) Permalink

i actually really like roll with it and might have voted for it, i find the falsetto backing vocals hilarious/great

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 17:50 (two days ago) Permalink

also a northern britain working class anthem robbed in a manful competition vs awful "arty" southern bastards blur's execrable country house

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 18:01 (two days ago) Permalink

The "and I want you to know" bit in She's Electric is very "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", as an example of a Beatles lift. I'm in general agreement about the influence being overstated though.

Freedom, Friday, 17 November 2017 18:04 (two days ago) Permalink

.....the entirety of she's electric is a Beatles lift ..?

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Friday, 17 November 2017 18:40 (two days ago) Permalink

'She's Electric' is one of the ones I can detect a Beatles influence in, yeah... the 'Polythene Pam'-ness of the lyric and the outro is pretty much modelled on the outro to 'With a Little Help From My Friends' ...

You wanna know what I think the real influence on 'She's Electric' was, though? It's gonna sound silly but 'Lithium' by Nirvana. Listen to the chord progression and imagine it hasn't been shoehorned into a shuffle.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 19:24 (two days ago) Permalink

Throw Noel's voice on it it's damn near a nilsson track

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Friday, 17 November 2017 19:56 (two days ago) Permalink

liam sounds like paul mccartney on the "and i want you to know" part

brimstead, Friday, 17 November 2017 19:57 (two days ago) Permalink

well i never.
ilm vs oasis : love.
i never ever ever expected such a thing to happen.
oh, and after several middling albums, their last one, is fucking wonderful.
especially the extras (DIV productions) in the boxset.

mark e, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:07 (two days ago) Permalink

seems p obvious why ilm likes oasis again

imago, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:21 (two days ago) Permalink

...because there are more oasis fans here now?

brimstead, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:23 (two days ago) Permalink

lex left!!

no but srsly, it's the growing sense that the 1990s were some sort of irretrievable halcyon era, with oasis their supercharged optimistic champion. it's getting better (man!!) ah if only. we yearn for this imo

imago, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:25 (two days ago) Permalink

lex left!!

i laughed.

mark e, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:27 (two days ago) Permalink

oasis: dumbly heralding the zenith of our species

imago, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:28 (two days ago) Permalink

Whisht willya

fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Friday, 17 November 2017 20:31 (two days ago) Permalink

Does that mean 'Pray go on, visionary!'?

imago, Friday, 17 November 2017 20:38 (two days ago) Permalink

It doesn't feel like we've quite entered into a full-on '90s nostalgia era yet, though. It still feels to me like we're in the era of '80s nostalgia, although the existence of The 1975 pretty much confirms that we're nearing the cigarette butt of that particular era.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:14 (two days ago) Permalink

I still don't like Oasis, AMA

mfktz (Camaraderie at Arms Length), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:16 (two days ago) Permalink

90s nostalgia is huge. it's quite selective - people aren't getting into Sugar Ray and, i dunno, Filter - but it's been here for quite a while.

Problem for Oasis is that they , nor their countless imitators on council estates throughout britain, never really went away and so it's hard to be nostalgic for anything more than their "heroic" period.

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:19 (two days ago) Permalink

Which "countless imitators of Oasis on council estates" are selling truckloads of albums or getting mainstream attention or even exist beyond being amateur bands in 2017? Not many, if any.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:33 (two days ago) Permalink

The fact of the matter is that for a good number of years, this particular strand of guitar music from the UK has actually been quite unpopular.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:34 (two days ago) Permalink

xp. That's what I'm saying. There's no retro appeal to something which has been grindingly omnipresent for a quarter century and no reason to think that it will ever come back.

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:36 (two days ago) Permalink

I think any recent interest in Oasis over here comes from Liam being a classic tweeter and the Be Here Now reissue to a lesser extent getting some press. I'm not sure people are going to dig much further or deeper.

Blur still has a solid fanbase over here, but they appeal to that Flaming Lips daytime festival neon colored balloon crowd a bit more. I think to get back to an extremely old argument Oasis seems a bit more working class rock so their scene is a bit more narrow and has less "cred."

I might have skewed a bit more Blur a few years ago but I lean Oasis now.

omar little, Friday, 17 November 2017 21:41 (two days ago) Permalink

no working class people in America know who Oasis are

Οὖτις, Friday, 17 November 2017 21:42 (two days ago) Permalink

"narrow" meaning within the landscape of alt and indie rock in the U.S., I can't speak to the U.K. of course.

omar little, Friday, 17 November 2017 21:42 (two days ago) Permalink

ah yes that's def true. Blur's appeal a bit broader here imo, doesn't hurt that they were clearly more interested in American bands than Oasis was. I suppose that "whoohoo" song is probably on the same level of recognizability as "Wonderwall" in America.

Οὖτις, Friday, 17 November 2017 21:45 (two days ago) Permalink

i feel like i've never NOT heard 'Song 2' played when i've gone to a sporting event in the past decade.

also "working class" is probably not entirely accurate, i think for a lot of festival crowds they're regarded as a bit conservative, more a dad rock band than an alt-indie one. they're not considered to have much in the way of edge or experimentation though i think that's a bit inaccurate; they weren't unwilling to try a few things or play around w/electronica at the time.

omar little, Friday, 17 November 2017 21:48 (two days ago) Permalink

Blur have
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fake pato is kind of racist, dude (darraghmac), Friday, 17 November 2017 21:49 (two days ago) Permalink

I don't think any of the members of Oasis - particularly the Gallaghers - were much interested in Oasis being some kind of small indie band with a cult following at any point in their careers, and they were pretty upfront about what sort of band they were from the outset. They wanted to sell records, they wanted to write crowdpleasing anthems, they wanted to play to huge crowds and all the trappings of fame, and for a couple of years they were good at it.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 22:49 (two days ago) Permalink

in America, not so much

Οὖτις, Friday, 17 November 2017 22:53 (two days ago) Permalink

I agree, but they always seemed to find some way of fucking things up for themselves whenever they were in America. It seemed that every time they went to the US for a couple of years, Liam or someone else in the band would act up on tour and Noel would quit the band and fuck off home for the zillionth time. Noel really wanted Oasis to do well in America, but the rest of the band seemed to treat American tours as a joke.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Friday, 17 November 2017 23:05 (two days ago) Permalink

yeah the footage of their American shows in the doc is so hilariously bad, just really half-assed

Οὖτις, Friday, 17 November 2017 23:10 (two days ago) Permalink

the show when they're on jib in the documentary is absolutely hilarious

-_- (jim in vancouver), Friday, 17 November 2017 23:14 (two days ago) Permalink

yeah that's what I was thinking of

Οὖτις, Friday, 17 November 2017 23:30 (two days ago) Permalink

Personally, I am less nostalgic about the 90s than I've ever been. Oasis' work in the 00s ranks as possibly the most sustainedly uninspired run of any once good band ever; though I don't think I ever heard anything from Dig Our Your Soul.

Freedom, Saturday, 18 November 2017 10:57 (yesterday) Permalink

Yeah, I disagree with you about the last two albums. Standing on the Shoulder of Giants and Heathen Chemistry I mostly agree, they mostly suck but there's a couple of decent songs on both.

Obviously, they were at their best 1994-1996, but the last two aren't terrible.

Gholdfish Killah (Turrican), Saturday, 18 November 2017 11:42 (yesterday) Permalink


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