Review : OASIS - Stop The Clocks
MusicOMH.comNoel Gallagher once famously claimed that the only time there would be an Oasis 'best of' collection would be once the band had split. Yet he reckoned without the power of major record labels....full text
NMETonii-iiight, and forever, they are rock'n'roll stars...full text
UncutNever a band renowned for doing things quietly, Stop The Clocks nevertheless finds Oasis making a tacit admission. A collection, effectively, of Noel Gallagher’s favourite moments from the band’s catalogue, so heavily weighted is it in favour of Oasis’ early material (14 out of 18 tracks come from the first two albums and contemporary b-sides), it makes quietly explicit what their fans have long suspected. For all their embracing of the rock ‘n’ roll paradigm, Oasis never quite burned out – instead, they faded away....full text
DotmusicIf Christmas means compilation albums, then Oasis' first proper 'greatest hits' collection appears to be a gift from Scrooge. Featuring no new material, it bears all the hallmarks of a major label cash-in and only grudging input from the band themselves who have now left the corporate confines of SonyBMG - quite pointedly, the title "Stop The Clocks" refers to an unreleased Noel Gallagher song from 2003, which is presumably being squirreled away for a later, more worthy, occasion....full text
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