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As an Oasis fan back in the days, I felt both Liam and Noel never really sounded as good apart as they did together. This album is the first to change my mind, it harks back to some classic mid to latter Oasis stuff, post the raw Definitely Maybe infancy. A welcome upbeat rock and ballads album that shows Liam hasn't completely killed his signature Manc snarl tones just yet.
Wall Of Glass is an instant likeable classic.
For What It's Worth seems a heartfelt (for Liam) apology to Noel and maybe other people in his life that he's sorry for his past mistakes.
Liam singing a capella at the Manchester One Love concert was amazing. Not only is it not easy to sing a capella, but he did a high song that his higher voiced brother sings and he smashed it. Showed what a true rock n roll legend he is, despite some of his rogue marmite antics over the years.
Love him or hate him, he can sing, now he can write.
After being an Oasis fan for years, loving everything they did, but especially their first three albums, when they split up my focus went automatically to Noel and his High Flying Birds projects. When Liam released this, I just had to buy it, not knowing what to expect as Noel always held the reins in Oasis. But, this album is amazing. Every track is outstanding. I admire Liam a great deal as he had so much more to prove than his brother, along with stupid, bad publicity. He has proven himself with this album. Beautiful, sensitive lyrics in his own unique style. Far removed from Oasis and very different to Noel's solo work, which is just what he needed to do to get back on track, to turn his life around for the better. He has definitely succeeded. Nice one Liam! I cannot stop playing the CD. Fantastic!!
The first two Oasis albums were great but they never seemed to be able to recreate that feeling. I bought this album out of duty, not expecting much, but have to say it's absolutely fantastic! Very well produced / written / performed... very pleasantly surprised, well done Liam!
Bought this on the back of the new single and a liking for Oasis. I got hooked after the second listening. Love it. Liam Gallagher at his best. Oasis tones; Beatles tones and good lyrics and amazing music. Glad I bought it.
I had low expectations for this album as being an Oasis fan Liam's songs were the ones I disliked the most.
What has happened is, it has far succeeded any thoughts I had about it. I really enjoy every single song on this album.
I look forward to what's next for Liam, keeping on this track is sure to be a winner. And as much as I loved Oasis I hope they don't ever get back together (never go backwards). Forwards is the only way to go and this stuff is good.
I was disappointed with the Beady Eye work and wondered if this album would be a departure. Basically, it's my current favourite album and it's played on repeat. Absolutely love it. He's got a good songwriting team behind him but every track is solid. The singles are not even the best songs for me. Great stuff.
First vinyl purchase in 25 years... best sounding vinyl I have ever heard... the mastering is class and you won’t get this on any other format I’m sure... a return to form and reigniting my love for music... and listening to albums how they are meant to be heard...
Love 80% of this album. That's a larger percentage than I rate my favourite albums. These tracks are stunning . The 'excessive' Bass lines on some tracks detract rather than enhance. The upping of Bass due to a craze may help sales of course. 4 stars for that reason. This is 5star music....Get it!!