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The first three Oasis albums, as we all know, are the best. And the B-sides compilation The Masterplan is also amazing. I listen to those albums all the time, and my favorite changes depending on mood. I had not listened to Standing on the Shoulder of Giants for quite a while before sitting down to write this essay, but it’s got some wonderful music.
Even though Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is not Oasis’ best effort, it’s got a few really good songs on it. I had forgotten how many I really liked. When it was released in 2000 I had recently fallen in love with Dave Grohl. The third Foo Fighters album (read about it here) had just been released, and I was immediately obsessed! I was a dedicated Oasis maniac for the previous five years, and though I may have had fantasies here and there are…
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