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Familiar To Millions

21 Aug 2005

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 21 Aug 2005
  • Label: Big Brother
  • Copyright: 2000 Big Brother Recordings Ltd
  • Total Length: 1:37:43
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  • ASIN: B001MYM7RC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,211 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
Rock n' roll? It's dead isnt it? Well not quite. Not while there are albums like this around. From the opening chants of "Oasis! Oasis!" you know that you're in for a big, bold, brash experience, a premonition only confirmed by Go let it out! 's extended ending and the rock n roll apocalypse that is the closer - Rock n roll star. In between we have the swearing and crowd heckling of Liam Gallagher and Noels own line in humour, but this album is all about the songs. Champagne supernova, Acquiesce, Who fels love?, Live forever, Dont look back in anger...to call it life affirming is overstepping the mark, but what this album does do is reaffirm your belief in rock n roll - sure, Radiohead are more experimental, but with songs like these who cares? The live sound is exciting and vibrant, with many songs improving on the original - Go let it out, Rock n roll star, Gas panic and Stand by me the most obvious examples. At the end of the day, most Oasis fans will own these songs already, but to hear them as they were meant to be heard, in front of 70,000 fans, live, with no edits or studio trickery - this is rock n roll, and its doing just fine, thanks.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Jan 2001
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As the concert for which I had a ticket on the oasis tour was cancelled, I HAD to own »Familiar To Millions«! A better than just average live double album which leaves no doubt behind: It is oasis, typically oasis!
It starts out with the three first tracks from the latest studio album »Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants«, and in general, the choice of songs is quite OK as the best song from that record, »Gas Panic!«, is also on »Familiar To Millions«.
The highlights are »Go Let It Out«, the speedily rocking »Step Out«, and not least the outrageous choir (=the crowd!!) on the megahits »Wonderwall« and »Don't Look Back In Anger«. The crowd's enthusiasm really turns this double album into an amazing live experience, a TRUE live album!
The party ends in a great way with the explosively performed »Helter Skelter«.
Then it doesn't matter SO much that that concert was cancelled... Although I wish I'd been there myself!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By toffeenose@yahoo.com on 30 Nov 2000
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Well they have eventually released a live album. And about time too!!!! Having seen oasis play about 15 times in their career from mad night at the Buckley Tivoli to Bolton's Reebok Stadium, via some massive gigs and Maine Road and Knebworth, the band are essentially at their best when live. Possibly the best concert I have seen them play was at knebworth but this is as good as it gets anyway. The witnessing of 70,000 at the mercy of a rock band is inspiring. From the opening chants of "oasis, oasis" you know you are on a rock'n'roll rollercoaster, with far too many peaks than troughs. This album could as well be a live greatest hits album with all the songs you know and love. Will not disappoint......with the improved musicianship of gem and andy bell the band as a unit are superb
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 18 Jan 2001
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Stage banter,wall of sound guitars,superb vocals, brilliant solos,just pure,untainted rock'n'roll genius. The band which defined the '90s kick back with one of the greatest live albums ever.Not one bad song on the whole record, who could've doubted them? The new line-up cope brilliantly and add a dimension of speed and musical complexion of which Oasis never possessed before now. Jazzy keyboardist Zeb Jameson and extended instrumentals contribute to the experience.How I regret not rushing out to get to the concert.With an array of different musical pieces in making and a song-writing Liam, Oasis are definitley coming back-like it or not.I for one am going to keep the faith and it will be back. Highlights-Go Let It Out,Acquiesce,Rock 'n' Roll Star,every songs a gem.Buy it.Now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on 5 Aug 2006
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I bought this album having been to the Bolton leg of the tour and wasn't surprised to find Wembley seems to have been just as good. Oasis just seem to be at home and at their best playing in the biggest stadiums. From Liam and Noel's teasing the crowd ('Hello Manchester') to the sheer brilliance of their performances of the songs, this is a must-have for any Oasis fans. If you weren't there, than here's what you missed, if you were then you can re-live the memories.
From the opening of .. in the Bushes to the classic Don't Look Back In Anger to the finale of Rock n' Roll Star, this is the sound of the best band in the world doing what they do best!
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Recorded at their 2 sold out shows at Wembley Stadium, Oasis gives fans, critics, skeptics, and just plain arse-holes a double dosage of some pure rock n' roll from the heart and groin. The new members of Oasis, Gem Archer (lead guitar), and Andy Bell (bass), gives Noel Gallagher (rhythm guitar/ vocals), Liam Gallagher (lead vocals/tambourine), and Alan "Whitey" White (drums), a huge dosage of some rock n' roll fuel. Something that they lacked by the time "Be Here Now" was released. And, they are perfect replacements for original members Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs and Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan. Almost makes you forget that "Bonehead" and "Guigsy" even existed in Oasis. Every track from "Fxxking In The Bushes" to their brilliant cover of the Beatles classic "Helter Skelter" single-handedly proves that good classic rock n' roll is indeed alive and well. With all the focus and media hype revolving around boy bands, trampy teen queens, rap/metal, and over compensated, and over exaggerated hip hop artists, Oasis simply just sneers and rolls their eyes in the face of todays music and gives them a run for their money with "Familiar To Millions." Oasis have made a classic live rock n' roll album that stands up to the Beatles "Live at The Hollywood Bowl", the Rolling Stones "Get Your Ya-Yas Out", the Who "Live At Leeds", and Led Zeppelin's "The Song Remains the Same". "Familiar To Millions" is a crowning achievement for Oasis and a great live album to mark an end of an era of Oasis and the beginning of a new one. In the words of rock n' roll pioneer Chuck Berry, "HAIL HAIL ROCK N' ROLL!!!."
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