Definitely Thursday: “My Big Mouth”

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We close out our year of Oasis and “Definitely Thursday” with the last time Noel Gallagher went full-bore into his bag of early 1990s tricks with the vastly underrated “My Big Mouth” on 1997′s Be Here Now. Even though most of Oasis at this point was cocaine and excess, there were still at the core some pop gems that were destroyed in the studio… but with Noel’s comeback this year, we feel like we can look back on this era fondly.

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Definitely Thursday: “Up in the Sky”

We always loved the initial rush of the 4th track off of Definitely Maybe, as you had got through some great pop tunes in the beginning three tracks. “Up in the Sky” was just a quick shot of adrenaline with the same sentiment as “Live Forever:” And Liam really sounded like a snarling kid on a bit of a drug high. Sounds better now than it did then.

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Definitely Thursday: “Bring It On Down”

We might as well go back about 17 years to the original excitement of Oasis, and a middle track on Definitely Maybe, “Bring It On Down.” This song has grown on us over the years, a simple rocker that has evolved well since our teenage years. Enjoy.

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NME compiles photographic timeline of Liam and Noel Gallagher hating each other

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NME, the British music magazine equivalent to US Weekly in the US, is in full Noel Gallagher vs Liam Gallagher, end of Oasis, solo careers burning mode. They just compiled a list of about 50 moments where, in Oasis, Liam and Noel got in a fight or argument over something. Most of it is when they were drunk. Or happy. Or when the music got bad.

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Definitely Thursday: “Let’s All Make Believe”

One of those epic Oasis tracks that was sent to B-side even though it would be any other bands A-side, “Let’s All Make Believe” seems to be one of the most personal songs between Noel and Liam in the Oasis catalog. There is something sad about this song, as if they knew it would never work, the brothers were always going to disagree with each other.

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