As singles go, this is a good one to buy. It's the first (and indeed only) Oasis single which does not feature Liam Gallagher vocals on A or B sides, but don't let that put you off too much. Sunday Morning Call is the classic that never was, where the album version seems rather flat compared to the live acoustic versions played around the time of release. But it is still an almost classic; with a sweeping chorus, this is exactly the sort of song Noel should sing for Oasis, where the clear heartfeltness of the song comes through in a way it never would if his brother had taken the mic.
Full On is a reasonable B-side, and would have made a slightly poor album track. There's nothing wrong with it, it's just not very remarkable.
But it is Carry Us All that is the reason this single is worth the buy. Listening to it makes me think that if Oasis' track selection had been better, Standing On The Shoulder of Giants might have been the classic everyone hoped it was. It is sung by Noel with all the power he can master, and is a joy to listen to, with some of the best lyrics he has ever produced.