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The Death of You and Me / The Good Rebel [7" Vinyl] Single

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  • Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single
  • Label: Sour Mash
  • ASIN: B005FLX2LI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 103,312 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Product Description

NOEL GALLAGHERS HIGH FLYING BIRDS The Death Of You And Me (2011 UK limited edition 2-track 7 single pressed on Heavyweight Vinyl also includes the exclusive b-side The Good Rebel picture sleeve JDNC9)

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This latest offering from (in my opinion) the more talented and funnier of the two gallagher brothers. I defy anyone not to be humming this tune even after the first hearing. Well played Mr Noel take a bow.....can't wait for the release of the album if these two songs are a taster of things to come.Altogether now'' High tide, summer in the city'' a fabulous sound of summer hit
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Noely G is back and he does not disappoint us with this brilliant tune. Yeah it may sound reminiscent of 'The importance of being idle' but thats not a bad thing as that was a top oasis song anyway, but this song differs from it more than enough to stand out as its own track and even has a nice bit of brass band in there, always a bonus.
Also we get the b-side 'The good rebel' which is absolute corker of a song which i would say is actually better than the a-side, an arguement you could have over alot of oasis singles, so a good buy all in all, so lets get this song where it deserves to be which is number 1, a big ask in this day and age of tripe manufactured artists and bands, but a possibility.
Rock and roll will never die!!!!
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This is an understated return from Noel Gallagher...it is a mature comeback song...the usual Noel Gallagher touches are there...instantly familiar (sometimes this is a good thing for a Noel Gallagher song/sometimes bad)...lyrics we've heard all before about the weather...he seems obsessed with shining up his soul...we have a catchy chorus...the song is almost mediocre and then....BAM! That brass section comes in...you're then wondering if this is even Noel Gallagher...a fantastic mid section which tells me that Noel Gallagher still has the Midas Touch...looking forward to the album.

As for the B-Side...I keep hearing from people that it is better than the A-Side...no it isn't...it is a lazy "Rain" wannabe with some dreadful Noel Gallagher singing...he sounds like an injured dog and the production is terrible...Noel's vocals have improved a lot over the years but every now and then he drops in a poor vocal like this...for every three 'Importance of Being Idle's' you get a 'High Horse Lady'...or this rubbish...this is my only concern for his album...Noel singing over the course of 10 songs could grate if he has a couple of 'High Horse Lady' moments...

4/5 for the single...2/5 for the B-Side...should be a grand total of 3/5 but since i was more interesting in reviewing the Death of You and Me we'll leave it at 4/5.
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The architect and mastermind behind Oasis' greatest songs, Noel Gallagher, returns with an stunning debut single. Utilising his soulful falsetto to great effect, Noel Gallagher sings a heartfelt song about two lovers escaping from inner city slums. The instrumentation, taking advantage of jazz brass and skilfully picked Kinks-esque guitar, is a particular highlight and showcases Gallagher's canny knack for fusing different musical genres in creating something new. In a sea of synth lines and 808 drum beats, Noel Gallagher gives us music fans something truly refreshing. Get a beer, sit back in the sun and turn the track up to 11. You won't regret it.
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Noel Gallagher lives on and soars high like a bird with the release of his first solo single, "The Death of You and Me".
It is a great song that incorporates the traditional sounds and feelings from an Oasis song, but with a new-crazy-New Orleans twist to it.
Brilliant. I am sure the whole album will be this good, if not even better.
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A solo album by Noel Gallagher? Instant buy and I bet the majority of music lovers will also think the same.

Good catchy song from one of the masters of the 90's.
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