(What's the Story) Morning Glory?

Oasis - (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
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Based on 8 reviews
1995 Ratings: #57 / 449
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It might not have the immediate impact of Definitely Maybe, but Morning Glory is just as exciting and compulsively listenable.

This album is an absolute essential if you like just plain old Rock N' Roll. If you like catchy stuff, then this album is a top buy. Seriously, there are not many people who I would not reccomend this album to. My words simply don't do it justice.
Q Magazine
A series of swaggeringly sentimental new national anthems.
Entertainment Weekly
An earnest, relaxed undertaking that is less about making a splash and more about making a point.

Some of the disc's influence and adoration can be attributed solely to the band's popularity, but, in truth, the reason they got popular was due to the fact that their own brand of self-aggrandizing Beatles worship proved to be as relatable as it was artistically potent.

Rolling Stone

(What's the Story) Morning Glory? is more than a natural progression; it's a bold leap forward that displays significant musical and personal growth, not to mention a far greater familiarity with the Fab Four's back catalog.

This is an album which sends them off in an altogether different direction; away from conscience-free overloaded hedonism towards an understanding of its consequences.
Blur is better anyways
I don’t like the Dude from Oasis

Album cover 4/10
overrated as hell, I don't find anything special, unique or attention grabbing about this album, it's nice in the background, but that's it.
(What’s The Story) Morning Glory is the smash-hit sophomore effort of Brit-Pop’s very own Oasis. The band is usually known for the band’s leads, Liam and Noel Gallagher, as they were twin brothers who were at a creative peak during this point in time and later did irreparable damage to their relationship ultimately disbanding the band. Before that occurred, they came out with this and it shows how amazingly talented the brothers and band members were at crafting their songs ... read more
There are some highlights on this album but Liam's voice is grating. Almost got a headache from listening to it, but some of the songs bring back some cherished memories. Oasis is one of those bands that I can sing along to, that I love some songs individually, that have aspect I adore. But too much Oasis in one sitting is not something I'd be comfortable with.
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Added on: October 13, 2012