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Oasis - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants (2000).

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Tracklist: 1. Fuckin’ In The Bushes, 2. Go Let It Out, 3. Who Feels Love?, 4. Put Yer 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 I. .

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is the fourth studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 28 February 2000 by Big Brother Records. It is the 16th fastest selling album in UK chart history, selling over 310,000 copies in its first week. Standing on the Shoulder of Giants has been certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry and has sold around 208,000 copies in the US.

by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP). by Sony/ATV Tunes LLC (ASCAP). Tracks 2-01 & 2-02 Published by Sony/ATV Songs LLC (BMI), on behalf of Creation Songs Lt. Sony Music Publishing UK Ltd. Sample information: "Fuckin' in the Bushes" contains samples from Murray Lerner's film "Message to Love - Isle of Wight 1970".

Listen free to Oasis – Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (Fuckin' in the Bushes, Go Let It Out and more). Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is the fourth album by the British rock band Oasis. It was released on the 28th February 2000. This is the first album from Oasis which doesn't feature two of Oasis' founding members, Bonehead and Guigsy. This album lacks the usual optimism, which usually heard in Oasis' songs.

Album · 2000 · 10 Songs. Oasis emerge from their comedown with an intriguing sonic update. After Be Here Now’s excesses, this is the hangover: Gas Panic!, Where Did It All Go Wrong?, and Sunday Morning Call all ache with small-hours regret. A galvanising new chapter after all that hedonism.

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Tracklist

1 Fuckin' In The Bushes
2 Go Let It Out
3 Who Feels Love?
4 Put Yer 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

Notes

Edited version with the first track listed as "XXXXin' In The Bushes" and edited sample. DIDP 100122 code printed on disc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 074646218921

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RKIDCD 002 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) Big Brother RKIDCD 002 UK 2000
CN-E19-99-637-00/A.J6 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) BMG CN-E19-99-637-00/A.J6 China 2000
496844 4, HES 496844 4 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(Cass, Album) Helter Skelter, Helter Skelter 496844 4, HES 496844 4 Indonesia 2000
EK 63586 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) Epic EK 63586 Canada 2000
4968448000 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(MD, Album) Helter Skelter 4968448000 Europe 2000

Tracklist

1-1 Fuckin' In The Bushes
1-2 Go Let It Out
1-3 Who Feels Love?
1-4 Put Yer Money Where Yer Mouth Is
1-5 Little James
1-6 Gas Panic!
1-7 Where Did It All Go Wrong?
1-8 Sunday Morning Call
1-9 I Can See A Liar
1-10 Roll It Over
2-1 Go Let It Out
2-2 Let's All Make Believe

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Creation Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Creation Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

Credits

  • Producer – Mark "Spike" Stent*
  • Written-By – Liam Gallagher (tracks: 1-5)
  • Written-By, Producer – Noel Gallagher (tracks: 1-1 to 1-4, 1-6 to 1-10, 2-1, 2-2)

Notes

Edited version with the first track listed as "XXXXin' In The Bushes" and edited sample.
The CD single is found by itself here: Go Let It Out.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7464-62189-2 1
  • Other (Disk 1 Face): DIDP 100122
  • Matrix / Runout (Disk 1): IFPI L422 DIDP-100122 G2 1A 01
  • Mastering SID Code (Disk 1): IFPI L422
  • Mould SID Code (Disk 1): IFPI 7276
  • Label Code (Disk 2 Face): LC 04847
  • Matrix / Runout (Disk 2): Sony Music IFPI L554 S0100309424-0101 94 A3
  • Mastering SID Code (Disk 2): IFPI L554
  • Mould SID Code (Disk 2): IFPI 94V4
  • Rights Society (Disk 2): SACEM BIEM
  • Other (Booklet): 63586
  • Other (Hype Sticker): K 63586-S2

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RKIDCD 002 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) Big Brother RKIDCD 002 UK 2000
CN-E19-99-637-00/A.J6 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) BMG CN-E19-99-637-00/A.J6 China 2000
496844 4, HES 496844 4 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(Cass, Album) Helter Skelter, Helter Skelter 496844 4, HES 496844 4 Indonesia 2000
EK 63586 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(CD, Album) Epic EK 63586 Canada 2000
4968448000 Oasis Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants ‎(MD, Album) Helter Skelter 4968448000 Europe 2000


Oasis  - Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants mp3 play

Performer: Oasis

Title: Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants

Country: UK

Date of release: 2000

Style: Rock & Roll

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1367 mb

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Anayanis
In all seriousness, with few exceptions, bands who’ve managed to put out a string of four or more albums without collapsing under the sheer weight of stardom, internal rivalries, and touring pressures are few and far between. Of course there are those who want us to remember that their previous release Be Here Now was bloated and almost filled an entire CD, clocking in at 71 minutes. Yet these same people forget the magic of many of those tracks, seeming to waste a band who rose too quickly in the midst of the fledgling internet, and lack of any privacy. So yes, perhaps the band, the fans, and the record industry should have let things fall apart with Be Here Now, … though the truth was, too many people were making too much money, and they all wanted one more bite from the magic apple, before they let things pass away. And that leaves us with Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants.With all of that being said and done, the album, even with a half finished feel is layered with raw emotion and pinpoint observations. Even if one concedes that most of these songs are merely fleshed out riffs, the songs are sung and presented far beyond their modest station, and filled with enchanting considered lyrics, worth contemplation and consideration. So take “Go Let It Out,” “Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is” or “Little James,” all tracks that return the band to a space of sure footedness, and are marvelously done. Which means that right there, that’s half of an album that can not be trifled with or easily dismissed.The album is truly a post modern psychedelic outing, one filled with heavy psychedelic rock influence [Hendrix style riffs] both musically and lyrically, experimental electronica, backwards guitars, synthesizers, a mellotron, electric sitar, and Indian influences … so I assure you, this is not an album that was created as a downward spiral swan song, Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants was a major undertaking for a group on the edge of the abyss.In reality, perhaps Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants wasn’t the masterpiece that the band needed to put them on par with other bands who were now passing them by, but in the same light it was not the failure that so many would have you believe. The outing was a sincere effort to take the next step, filled with confidence and pop smarts. Yet even if Oasis had created the best and finest album of their career, it would not have been enough to hold a band together with a center [or centers] that would not support them. At the time, it seemed that their fate was sealed, it was either close down shop or implode like a super nova, leaving Oasis to walk deeper into the shadows with their final three albums.*** The fun facts: The album's artwork features the photo of the Manhattan skyline taken from the rooftop of 500 5th Avenue (5th Ave/W 42nd St). Some famous buildings can be seen here, for example the Empire State Building is seen in front and the former World Trade Center is seen in the back. To create the cover photo, the photographer captured the same frame every half an hour in 18 hours during the whole day's course; the photos were digitally composited into the final picture. All of the singles released from this album contained artwork that was based on the album artwork; the shot used for "Go Let It Out" can be seen above one of the buildings at the front, which depicts five men playing football. This shot was taken from the roof of a football stadium, and the footballers from the car park were edited onto the rooftop on the final cover.The album’s title was a quote from the famous Sir Issac Newton, “I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.”Review by Jenell Kesler