12 Songs, 1 Hour 14 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

With renewed creative urgency, Oasis turn up the volume again. The band made their seventh album in seven weeks – a no-nonsense attitude reflected in the record’s sonic wallop. “Shock of the Lightning” is a rousing return to Definitely Maybe’s walls of noise, “Bag It Up” throws out psych-blues riffs like haymakers and the grainy glam-rock of “Waiting for the Rapture” stomps with steel toe-caps. Liam’s sounds as bruised as snotty, and his own “I’m Outta Time” is a gorgeous, Lennon-referencing moment of vulnerability.

EDITORS’ NOTES

With renewed creative urgency, Oasis turn up the volume again. The band made their seventh album in seven weeks – a no-nonsense attitude reflected in the record’s sonic wallop. “Shock of the Lightning” is a rousing return to Definitely Maybe’s walls of noise, “Bag It Up” throws out psych-blues riffs like haymakers and the grainy glam-rock of “Waiting for the Rapture” stomps with steel toe-caps. Liam’s sounds as bruised as snotty, and his own “I’m Outta Time” is a gorgeous, Lennon-referencing moment of vulnerability.

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