Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

Label
Big Brother Recordings, Ltd.
Release date
23 Feb 2000
Running length
10 tracks
Running time
50:54

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Fuckin' in the Bushes 3:18 150,010
2 Go Let It Out 5:32 236,168
3 Who Feels Love? 5:59 92,660
4 Put Yer Money Where Yer Mouth Is 4:27 84,099
5 Little James 4:15 94,645
6 Gas Panic! 8:01 92,501
7 Where Did It All Go Wrong? 4:26 64,450
8 Sunday Morning Call 5:12 125,959
9 I Can See a Liar 3:13 92,278
10 Roll It Over 6:31 84,250

About this album

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 Call”.

We can, however, consider this album as the most experimental. It has drum loops, backwards guitar, electric sitar and more. Songs like “Go Let It Out” are a departure from the usual Oasis style, while “Fuckin’ In The Bushes” is considered to be the Oasis song which is most influenced by older hard rock bands like Led Zeppelin. The album was released on the Big Brother label, the bands own.

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