Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh and final studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 6 October 2008 by Big Brother Records.
Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh and final studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 6 October 2008 by Big Brother Records. The album had three singles. The first single, "The Shock of the Lightning", was released shortly before the release of the album, on 29 September 2008.
Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh and final studio album released by Oasis prior to the band splitting u. It’s a reference to party DJs putting on soul music: Dig out your soul, because here we go.
Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh and final studio album released by Oasis prior to the band splitting up. Dig Out Your Soul Q&A. But it can also be about finding yourself. The phrase also appears in the song To Be Where There’s Life.
Hailed as the band's best work in a decade, Dig Out Your Soul offers a musical oasis for rock fans everywhere! Go Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Детали релиза : Oasis (1994-2010). 2008 - Dig Out Your Soul (Japan SICP 2001-2). Alternative Rock, Rock,. Discography, Britpop. Tracklisting: 01. Bag It Up (4:40) 02.
The upcoming seventh Oasis album 'Dig Out Your Soul', scheduled to be relased October 6th 2008, has had it's artwork and confirmed . Alright, I'm Stuart, 16, and stay in a village called Houston, which is just outside Glasgow.
The upcoming seventh Oasis album 'Dig Out Your Soul', scheduled to be relased October 6th 2008, has had it's artwork and confirmed tracklisting releas. I've been playing guitar since I was 9, and also play a little bit of drums, bass and ukulele. I force a tune out my throat for my band, Haze Radio, and play guitar for my other band, Trousersnake and Insulin Boy.
Dig Out Your Soul doesn't have much arrogance, either, as Oasis' strut has mellowed into an off-hand .
Dig Out Your Soul doesn't have much arrogance, either, as Oasis' strut has mellowed into an off-hand confidence, just like how Noel Gallagher's hero worship has turned into a distinct signature of his own, as his Beatlesque songs sound like nobody else's, not even the Beatles. His only real rival at this thick, surging pop is his brother Liam, who has proven a sturdy, if not especially flashy songwriter with a knack for candied Lennonesque ballads like "I'm Outta Time. But, as it always does, Oasis belongs to Noel Gallagher, who pens six of the 11 songs on Dig Out Your Soul, almost every one of them possessing the same sense of inevitability that marked his best early work.
Listen free to Oasis – Dig Out Your Soul (Bag It Up, The Turning and more). Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh studio album by Oasis. It was released on October 6, 2008 worldwide and on October 7, 2008 in the United States. Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
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By Chris Jones - BBC [*]
Legend has it that if Noel Coward was back stage after a production that was less than glowing, he'd merely say, "Darling, you've done it again!". Thus, unless you truly believe that Oasis are still the saviours of the dead horse we call 'rock 'n' roll' it's pointless to gripe about Dig Out Your Soul. It's a return to form for them and followers who have had their patience tested, waiting for a return to the big swaggering days of yore, will be well-pleased. Yes chaps, you've done it again.As you'd expect the album's packed with the Sex-Pistols-play-the White-Album material we love 'em for. The Fab-Four-alike game continues with (Get Off Your) High Horse Lady as Give Peace A Chance; the intro to Dear Prudence making up the coda to The Turning; and apparently love is a ''magical mystery'' in The Shock Of The Lightning.Liam's songs now give him the opportunity to do the 'sensitive' thing that his brother usually reserves for himself. Both I'm Outta Time and closer, Soldier On may be ostensibly Lennon homages, but they're the equal of anything else here. And top double negative expressing Ain't Got Nothin' throws you a curveball with its leery waltz timing. The newly-expanded band democracy also gives room to Andy Bell's The Nature Of Reality: a monstrous boogie, and Gem Archer's drone/raga-style To Be Where There's Life. It still seems odd that the Mancunians choose cod-psychedelia as their modus operandi. Considering Noel's truculent inability to say anything nice about anyone else who dares to make a record, you get the feeling that if you took Oasis back to 1967 they'd be having a ruck with Syd Barrett and telling Paul McCartney to get ''fookin' real''. Nevertheless, Dig Out Your Soul comes equipped with all kinds of flowery sonic jiggery pokery: bells and even sitars join the footsteps on beaches, police sirens, bleeping games machines etc. But this cartoonish contradiction means that if the band ever really resemble any 60s heroes it's probably the Troggs. Street kids dressed in paisley...
Dig Out Your Soul has a huge sound. As reported by the siblings, it is ''rockin. Zak Starkey's drums pound in fine neanderthal style; the guitars crunch and feed back; the barre chords pummel; and Liam's voice still does that sneer that conveys that whatever we may think, he's not remotely bothered.
By Jody Rosen - Rolling Stone [*]
From the beginning, Oasis' greatest strength and most glaring weakness has been shamelessness — the belief that no classic-rock riff is too timeworn, no Beatles allusion too banal to merit blasting out at top volume. At its best, this brutish approach has produced some transcendent music ("Live Forever," "Wonderwall"), but as years have passed and gray hair has sprouted in the Gallagher brothers' moptops, the self-parody has often seemed less charming than wearying. Oasis' latest is heavier on groove than normal, and there are a couple of gripping moments, especially Liam's stately, Lennonesque ballad "I'm Outta Time." But for the most part, Dig Out Your Soul is an almost comically generic Oasis release, from its preponderance of plodding midtempo rockers ("Bag It Up," "Waiting for the Rapture") to the vaguely Indian raga-flavored psychedelic anthems ("To Be Where There's Life"). Then there's the issue of Liam's "philosophizing" — he's entered the Maharishi phase of his Beatles worship, clogging songs with beatitudes like "Space and time and here and now/Are only in your mind." Got that?
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Titolo: Dig out your soul
Genere: Rock - Alternative Rock - Britpop
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1 - Bag It Up - 4:40 - (Noel Gallagher)
2 - The Turning - 5:04 - (Noel Gallagher)
3 - Waiting for the Rapture - 3:03 - (Noel Gallagher) Voce principale: Noel Gallagher
4 - The Shock of the Lightning - 4:59 - (Liam Gallagher)
5 - I'm Outta Time - 4:10 - (Liam Gallagher)
6 - (Get Off Your) High Horse Lady - 4:07 - (Noel Gallagher) Voce principale: Noel Gallagher
7 - Falling Down - 4:18 - (Noel Gallagher) Voce principale: Noel Gallagher
8 - To Be Where There's Life - 4:35 - (Liam Gallagher)
9 - Ain't Got Nothin - 2:14 - (Liam Gallagher)
10 - The Nature of Reality - 3:48 - (Liam Gallagher)
11 - Soldier On - 4:50 - (Liam Gallagher)