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Who Built The Moon? [LP]
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Vinyl, 24 November 2017
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- Product Dimensions : 31.19 x 31.9 x 1.3 cm; 377.9 Grams
- Manufacturer : CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL
- Manufacturer reference : 602567067412
- Original Release Date : 2017
- Label : CAROLINE INTERNATIONAL
- ASIN : B075W1LFV2
- Number of discs : 1
- Best Sellers Rank: 4,676 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Instrumentals, imagined soundtracks and cut and paste experimentation sets a bracing, perception-shattering course for Who Built The Moon?, the keenly anticipated, WORLD TOUR-triggering third album from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. Produced by David Holmes and featuring guest appearances from Paul Weller and Johny Marr!
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No doubt he will be criticised by many dyed-in-the-wool Oasis fans for his embrace of other styles but I think he has grown musically by "scales of dimension" in a way that totally suits my ear. What great songwriter hasn't embraced other music styles and reinvented echoes of chords and melodies.
I write this review as a self-confessed non-musician but I write also as a passionate listener of music for nearly 6 decades.
All power to your elbow, Sir, and long may you continue to grow and entertain.
The mix is trying to be kaleidoscopic and it falls flat with me. No wonder Black Star Dancing was released separately. This album would have tied it down. Whereas BSD just is what it is, this is trying to hard to do something different.
One or two tracks hint at what might have been. Prince managed to invent and change direction with bravery, but you know it's Prince because the changes never eclipsed the elements that make the artist. You can hear on tracks 9+10 the elements but listen to the mix trying to be Radiohead, Later Oasis. Track 10 is OK. But it's a poor version of a brazenly sampled 'Whatever'
'Get back on the bus (Noel) Cause on fuss, Get a grip on yourself....'
Dead in the water is an example of how Noel could have pursued the overall sound. Vocals on this track are bold, with electronics in the right place. Where did it all go wrong?
Oh yeah.... The packaging is absolutely poor. WHY ME WHY NOT is far superior in song writing, mix and vocal abilities.