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One Day All This Could Be Yours EP

5 May 2003 | Format: MP3

£2.97 (VAT included if applicable)
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  • Original Release Date: 5 May 2003
  • Label: Beggars Banquet
  • Copyright: 2003 Beggars Banquet Records Ltd
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  • ASIN: B001MTRRQS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 175,067 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 16 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Taken from their stunning debut album Effloresce, "One Day All This Could Be Yours" is about as close to a four-minute pop song as Oceansize are likely to make. In my honest opinion there are better songs on the album, though through it's moody bass groove, electronic vocal effects, sparkling guitar noises and gigantic build-up, it works better as a single than I imagined it would. It sums up what Oceansize are all about; big riffs, brilliant vocals, and what surely must be be the best drummer and bassist around.
The real treat on this EP is the fantastic "Breed Siamese". Were this three minutes long instead of seven, it would surely be a staple on rock radio. The guitars and vocals are surprisingly upbeat and - despite the trademark Oceansize rhythm changes - quite commercial sounding. Quite probably one of Oceansize's best songs to date, and well worth splashing out a few quid to get.
The third track on the single is a live version of Effloresce's centrepiece, the 10 minute epic "Massive Bereavement". The band are such a solid unit that you can hardly tell that it's live, the only give-away being some spontaneous laughter when the song really kicks off (a mere six minutes into the song), and some enthusiastic cheering at the end of the song. A brilliant performance of a wonderful song.
In summary, this is a must have for Oceansize fans, and certainly a good starting-point for newcomers to the band.
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2 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mr. T. A. V. Bishop on 25 Feb. 2005
Format: Audio CD
I make no bones about it - ODATCBY is rubbish; its a cynical attempt to attract a more diverse audience by releasing a second single that bears no relation to the first, or the album. Whether this was Oceansize's decision or (more likely) Beggar's Banquet is beside the point, its still rubbish and me no like.
But wait.
Ive given this cd four stars! And mentioned the B-side in my title... WHATS GOING ON THOM!?! Well I'll tell you:
There are two B-Sides to this cd; "Breed Siamese", and a Live version of "Massive Bereavement" recorded at the Wichwood in Ashton (twas a good gig btw). Anyways, Massive is great, tres massive, lotsa energy and sweat caught on tape.
Better yet is "Breed Siamese", the biggest anthem Oceansize have ever written and yet for some reason still criminally underplayed by them (I see them a lot and Ive only ever seen them play it 2 or 3 times not long before this cd came out).
Big choruses, a bit of 13/4 time (or else a bit of alternate 7/4 and 6/4) nice cheezy harmonies by Steve, plus a ripping riff in the middle... This song should be the new national anthem, we'd all sing it proudly. Just buy it.
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