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Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is the fourth album by the British rock band Oasis. It was released on the 28th February 2000. It received mixed reviews by professionals. 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. It even sometimes has a quite depressing sound, on songs like "Where Did It All Go Wrong" and "Sunday Morning… read more

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  • Avatar for GumWouldBe
    This is a very strong album. It's not labeled as 'masterpiece' only because it's Oasis'. This band was ridiculous
  • Avatar for Toulorge
    "Standing in the Shoulder of Giants is easily the best Oasis album.Can't you guys just pretend that "Little James" doesn't exist?" Damn, I'm just listening to this album for the first time and that's the only track I've really enjoyed so far.
  • Avatar for lucas_issa
    The best álbum! Criminally underrated [51]
  • Avatar for sohamsali1
    Kids are running around naked, fucking in the bushes.
  • Avatar for victormotahjk
    Sunday Morning Call is so so so perfect <3
  • Avatar for lapiark
    Plz, merge them: http://www.lastfm.ru/music/Oasis/Standing+On+The+Shoulder+Of+Gi
  • Avatar for Calvary10
    Criminally underrated [50]
  • Avatar for IndefiniteCure
    I know everybody says that for all their albums, but I really think this is the one album they messed-up the most with b-sides and a-sides choices. Full On should have been sung by Liam and been one of the centrepieces of the album, along with Let's All Make Believe and Carry Us All. One Way Road should have closed the album and Put Yer Money Where Your Mouth Is should have been a b-side.
  • Avatar for Max_Serj
    Criminally underrated [49]
  • Avatar for SimonePerrota
    Little James isn't what's wrong with this album... in a nutshell: the up-tempos, though decent, are a bit by the numbers and feel like outtakes from a different record (Be Here Now). Meanwhile, the rumbling neo-psych songs, which dominate the album, are rather analogous and slightly lose their potency as a result. I think the album lacks diversity. It's potentially one track away from being excellent. Still a pretty enjoyable listen, though I wouldn't say it's CRIMINALLY underrated.

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