Tough one, I guess Wall Of Glass for sentimental reasons as it started the ball rolling on a pretty miraculous comeback. FLW was one of the Beady Eye songs good enough for Oasis and great live. I wish he would bring it back for the odd gig here and there.
Four Letter Word. Should have been the first single off that album too instead of Bring The Light.
I see what you are saying, but then the general feeling would have been that they sounded exactly like Oasis, so they would have been criticized for that. Bring the Light dared to be different. The world wasn't ready for an out and out rock and roll tune from Liam. Funny how a few years can change things though, because that's what everyone wanted by the time Wall Of Glass rocked round.
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Post by mimmihopps on May 26, 2019 12:40:25 GMT -5
Four Letter Word.
Their first Amsterdam gig in March 2011 started with this song. The venue was packed and they were on fire. I was happy to be one of 1500 audiences at that night. Miles Kane supported them and my English friend and I were very impressed by him.
Shocked by how close this is. Wall of Glass is so modern, makes Four Letter Word seem stuffy to me.
Oooo so modern....so what? "Modern" = better??
Erm, yeah. At least in this case. Wall of Glass is bass-y and sleek and sexy, Four Letter Word sounds stuffy in comparison. Honestly, Wall of Glass is just the perfect solo Liam Gallagher song to me; concise, catchy, modern, rock 'n' roll. Couldn't have hit the ground running better.