Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

Oasis - Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2000 Ratings: #92 / 112
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Based on 183 ratings
2000 Ratings: #100
Liked by 6 people
February 28, 2000 / Release Date
LP / Format
Big Brother, Epic / Label
Mark Stent, Noel Gallagher / Producer
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Jallen2035
80
FOURTH INSTALLMENT IN REVIEWING EVERY OASIS ALBUM: STANDING ON THE SHOULDER OF GIANTS

After Be Here Now, which arguably ended Britpop, Oasis needed to prove they could make good music after the Britpop era. This album proves they could. This is an underrated Oasis album and Oasis really didn't sound like this on any other album. For example, songs like Gas Panic! were a change of style for Oasis and is one of my personal favorites on the album. I would say the same thing about Roll it Over. ... read more
ARTPOP
79
Fuckin In The Bushes 7.0πŸ’š
Go Let It Out 8.2πŸ’š
Who Feels Love? 9.4πŸ’š
Put Yer Money Where Mouth Is 7.6πŸ’š
Little James 8.8πŸ’š
Gas Panic! 8.3πŸ’š
Where Did It All Go Wrong? 9.1πŸ’š
Sunday Morning Call 8.9πŸ’š
I Can See A Liar 6.4πŸ’š
Roll It Over 5.9πŸ’›

Nota Final:79πŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’šπŸ’š(Bom)
mikehermida
77
This was Oasis' real push to break America and it didn't really work. They were after all a working class English band and their lack of polish didn't really stretch across the Atlantic. This album was panned when it came out but ironically feels a little less dated than some of their more celebrated work.

It opens with Fuckin' in the Bushes - excellent title by the way - made famous by its use in Snatch. The following track bounce along at a good rate until we come to "Liam's first ... read more
Notorious_Man
38
Where Did It All Go Wrong?
69420JMAN69420
75
The fourth studio album by the British rock band Oasis, this is probably their most underrated LP. The album starts with the track fuckin’ in the bushes, which is nothing special besides the incredible guitar work from Noel Gallagher, although the sampling from tv shows I’m not a massive fan of. Go let it out is the next track, and whilst I think the chorus is a little repetitive, I really like the build up to the end of the song. The final chorus feels slightly anthemic, and I love ... read more
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Track List

  1. Fuckin' In The Bushes 
  2. Go Let It Out! 
  3. Who Feels Love? 
  4. Put Your Money Where Yer Mouth Is 
  5. Little James 
  6. Gas Panic! 
  7. Where Did It All Go Wrong? 
  8. Sunday Morning Call 
  9. I Can See A Liar 
  10. Roll It Over
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Added on: October 13, 2012