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Oasis  - Liam Misses The Point album flac Performer: Oasis
Title: Liam Misses The Point
Style: Brit Pop
Released: 2019
MP3 album: 1145 mb
FLAC album: 1132 mb
Rating: 4.4
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Genre: Rock

The discography of the English rock band Oasis consists of seven studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, six video albums, one extended play, twenty-nine singles, nineteen promotional singles and thirty-six music videos. The band have sold an estimated 75 million records worldwide and been cited by Guinness World Records as the most successful act in the United Kingdom between the years 1995 and 2005.

2010: Liam snubs Noel at the Brit Awards Oasis were no stranger to the Brit Awards, but the band was awarded its last honor – the Brits’ best album of the past 30 years for (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? – in 2010, after they’d split for good. But surprise! Liam showed up to accept the award, thanking the other band members and the best fucking fans in the world before throwing the award into the audience.

Whilst Liam attempted to hold onto the remnants of Oasis in the form of Beady Eye, (basically Oasis minus Noel Gallagher), it never quite reached the same heights as the former moniker and let’s be honest, very few Oasis fans in Australia would even know this band existed. This, despite releasing two, let’s say, ‘ordinary’ albums. Still, there can be no denying that Liam Gallagher, at his peak, was and perhaps still is, one of rock’s most iconic front men. Even voted ‘the greatest of all time’ by a 2010 Q Magazine readers poll. Will the return of Liam Gallagher as a frontman of substance (not substances) create an Oasis reunion? Only Liam and Noel will know the answer, though judging from their weekly digs at each other for the past few years it would have to be a long shot.

Liam Gallagher has said that, despite enjoying his Beady Eye success, he misses singing for Oasis. According to NM. om, the former Oasis singer would prefer to still be in Oasis, telling Live magazine frontman, " If people think I'm going to be happy about the Oasis split, then they're wrong. Even though I love Beady Eye, I'd prefer to still be in Oasis, because that was my thing. Not that there aren't bonuses to performing with his new band.

Agree? Liam Gallagher’s debut solo record is out tomorrow – and, y’know what – the boy’s only gone and done it. It’s a corker. But where does it rank in the iconic frontman’s lengthy catalogue of records, from Oasis to Beady Eye? Well, we asked him. Here’s Liam Gallagher’s discography – in his own words. Oasis – ‘Heathen Chemistry’ (2002). I can’t even remember that one. I didn’t like the title either. Heathen Chemistry’? F k of. .Oasis – ‘Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants’ (2000). That was when the band went a bit t s-up so I’m not fond of that really

Live Forever was Oasis' first top 10 hit - a unique mix of raucous rock and drunken optimism. But while their first album anticipated success, the second (What's The Story) Morning Glory? was about rock'n'roll fulfilment. If you want to sum up Oasis in one anecdote, this is it. The third album, Be Here Now, was rising in the US charts, and with a grand tour to come they were set to conquer the States. Only Liam gets a phone call at the airport from his then wife Patsy Kensit and decides to return home to househunt. It's surprising how often U2 are a reference point for Gallagher, but it makes sense - while U2 are just about the most professional (and clinical) outfit going, for many years Oasis were just about the most shambolic. People love us more for the fact that we went to America and did what they probably would have done - we had a bit too much to drink and we said the wrong things.

Oasis' Liam Gallagher has released his debut solo album 'As You Were' which includes the singles "Wall of Glass", "Greedy Soul" and "Bold". Liam Gallagher downs a pint on stage at The Point Theatre in Dublin in March 1996. It does also note though that there’s a lot of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones here too.

Head-pickling upset aside, Liam Gallagher is today in great and fighting form. He should be 'n' all. The 40-year-old is in the happy thick of rehearsals for the first shows in support of the second album by Beady Eye, the band formed by the rump of Oasis left after Noel exited stage-right-angry in August 2009. The reasons proffered by the elder Gallagher, in a peanutshell: one argument too many with his brother. Liam's voice vibrates with close-mic intimacy and bristles with ragged glory.

An hour before Liam Gallagher was to join his band Oasis on stage at London’s Royal Festival Hall for an MTV Unplugged performance, it was decided the singer would be unable to perform due to a sore throat. At the time Oasis was one of the biggest music acts on the planet, and among the most dysfunctional, with brothers Liam and Noel proving to be the biggest source of friction. At one point he introduced a song by saying, I’d like to carry on with one I wrote (he wrote them all), and prior to telling the crowd there was only one song left, someone shouted Wonderwall and he immediately responded, you clever bastard. Below is the entire performance of Oasis’s MTV Unplugged). Presumably the press’s skewering of Liam’s selfish decision forced an about face, and he was on stage with Oasis in Chicago four days after Oasis unplugged without him.


A1 Be Here Now
A2 My Big Mouth
A3 Some Might Say
A4 Roll With It
B1 Magic Pie
B2 Don't Look Back In Anger
B3 Stand By Me
C1 D'You Know What I Mean?
C2 Whatever
C3 Don't Go Away
C4 Fade In Out
D1 Cigarettes And Alcohol
D2 The Girl In The Dirty Shirt
D3 Live Forever
D4 Wonderwall


When Oasis went to Dublin in december, '97, Liam went missing with a "throat infection", Noel did two shows on his own. Liam Gallagher does not appear on this historic recording. Recorded live at The Point Depot, Dublin, Ireland, Demember 5th 1997. Soundboard Recording.