13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
If I had to sum up this boxset in one word, I would say "essential"... but then I'd probably still keep talking, and use lots of other words until you felt duty-bound to buy it. Put simply, if you haven't heard The Beatles in Mono, then you haven't really heard them at all.
There IS a certain insanity in paying more for smaller box containing less music than the stereo set... but this is the one item no Beatlemaniac can afford to live without.
However, I had to find out this the hard way, as detailed below.
Having grown up with only the 1987 CD transfers to go by, I spent an insane amount of time and energy looking forward to the release of the remastered… Read more
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Constructive criticism is one thing, but some of the scathing reviews I have read on here are nothing short of pathetic.
Quite what the hell people expect from Oasis in this day and age is beyond me. After years of relative underachievement, 'DBTT' should be celebrated not berated.
Between the release of 'Supersonic' in 1994 and the enormity of Knebworth in 1996, Oasis were untouchable. Two classic albums, nine fantastic singles (with phenomenal b-sides often topping them), a clutch of era-defining gigs... they weren't a band, they were living legends, and like many teenagers back then, Oasis meant the world to me.
But 'Be Here Now', for all its inspired… Read more