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I purchased this vinyl album over 3 years ago and have now actually got round to playing it for the first time. I think I must have mis filed it as I have a large collection.I have read many previous reviews of this album which report jumping, skipping ,noise, distortion and poor remastering. I am normally one of the first to complain about such issues but I have to say my copy is perfect. The pressing is really good with next to no surface noise.I play vinyl on a very high end system which is ruthlessly revealing and if there were any faults they would certainly be evident. As for the music absolutely brilliant. Virtually every track is a gem. No need to talk about specific songs as it’s all been said before.
Le commentaire n'a pas pour but de critiquer l'album qui doit être l'un des meilleurs des années 90.
Juste le vinyle qui saute sur deux chansons (don(t look back in anger et Some might say) Le problème est apparemment récurrent sur tous les vinyles depuis le mois de mai 2016. Analysé sur le site discogs, de nombreuses personnes ont ce problème; il doit surement en avoir 3000 de pressé avec ce problème...
Marre de ces usines qui pressent ces vinyles en se dépêchant...Retour à Amazon en espérant qu'AMazon le retourne au producteur. Il faut que tout le monde retourne ces vinyles dès qu'un problème comme celui-ci se produit...marre de prendre le client pour un con. Je retourne également tous les vinyles avec des grésillements dès la première écoute....LE problème de Pressage est de pire en pire, un vinyle sur 5 est régulièrement renvoyé dans mon cas. (sans parler ceux qui sont légèrement gondolés en 180 gr...c'est retour direct aussi)
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Sometimes the self-proclaimed, big-mouthed upgraders of The Beatles, Oasis (Gallagher brothers and their gang) nevertheless positioned themselves as deserved forerunners of the British pop-rock since the mid 90’s. With “What’s The Story Morning Glory”, they hardly improved from the already excellent “Definitely Maybe” album - but its mainstream reception was overwhelming and Oasis turned first-rank superstars. “Wonderwall” became a virtual anthem of a generation, and some tracks even trumped that one with their sheer ecstatic hooks - “Roll with It” and especially “Some Might Say”. “Champagne Supernova” and “Don’t Look Back in Anger” also earned their place in Oasis books. The rest of the album is not that memorable - but still carries the Gallagher poise and self-confidence. Often cited as one of the 90’s best, the subsequent work of Oasis - and of both Noel and Liam separately - hit even higher heights. But this commercial peak will never be reached again.
Avoid! When originally released, two versions were rejected by Alan McGee. They finally got it right and the rest is history.
So why on earth they’ve got someone else to attempt to remaster it is a mystery. I’ve got the original and bought this for backup but sending back. So many sounds missing, and many others appearing which just make it sound shocking compared to the original.
If the original was the mosh pit version, this is the Instagram one...
I had the first print bought me when I was 9 years old, we had our house decorated a few years ago and since then I cannot find it! I purchased this copy as the price was to much for the first print and to be honest this copy sounds even better in my opinion, the crispness in sound is jawdropping and that's why I have given it 5 stars. It is absolutely fantastic to hear it again on vinyl as I am a big fan of Oasis.