Wonderwall. Such a beautifully recorded song, and it is quite simply one of the greatest pop songs of the last 20 years that has immortalized Oasis in the process. D'You Know What I Mean? is colossal, but its impact is nowhere near as big as the impact Wonderwall had, and therefore, I vote for it.
After those two, I'd rank it as: If I Had a Gun..., The Dying of the Light, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Writing to Reach You
Only one of these songs can be set to the backdrop of a post apocalyptic world filled with army helicopters, parkas, hundreds of beautiful women in camouflage gear, screeching guitar solos and fifty miles of amps. Let me tell you now, it isn't The Dying of the Light...
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My Big Name: What's the story Noel's a tory
Dec 3, 2020 21:45:12 GMT -5
World71R: Anyone else get the feeling that one day the band will finally reunite? I know it's not at that point right now, and it really hasn't been since the break-up, but I just get that feeling, know what I mean?
Dec 9, 2020 22:39:18 GMT -5
JohNLiaM: Hey ! Stay home and alone !'Cause we just know we're not sick !
Dec 10, 2020 13:08:00 GMT -5
Regi: Alan White is right man
Dec 18, 2020 6:56:42 GMT -5
themanwholivesinhell: And I said "lets all meet up in the Tier 2000, won't it be strange with gigs all still postponed?"
Jan 3, 2021 12:08:35 GMT -5
AdidasNG72: Seeing as BHN is my favourite album of all time, yes I agree 100%. BHN is a unique masterpiece in its own right, and something that will never be attempted by another band ever again, as no band will ever be as big as Oasis again.
Apr 9, 2021 13:02:10 GMT -5