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OASIS The Hindu Times (Deleted 2002 UK 6-track 2-disc CD/DVD set featuring the Demo Version of the title track and the 10 Minutes Of Noise And Confusion Part 1. Each part is housed in its original picture sleeve RKIDSCD/DVD23)
Top Customer Reviews
But hang on. I'm making it sound like the first Noel Gallagher song to be heard in over two years is a dog. Well, you'd be very wrong. "The Hindu Times" is 3 minutes of unabashed British rock and roll in the best sense of the word.
If you're a fan of Oasis, this song will make you believe that "Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants" never happened. Oasis have (thankfully) done away with the moaning rock star angst of their previous efort and have aimed squarely for the jugular with a song that sounds like you think you've heard it before. After one listening, it's in your skull and it wont leave for love nor money.
It has all the hallmarks of the classic Oasis track. It's loud, it's angry, it's lyrics mean practically nothing. There's a riff going through it thats so simple it makes you wonder why you never thought of it before.
In short "The Hindu Times" is the greatest comeback single EVER released by any band EVER. If you thought Oasis were dead and buried, listen to the track and believe, ONCE AGAIN, in the greatest animal ever produced by Great Britain.
However, by the time "Be Here Now" arrived in all of its over blown, stomach churning, intolerable pomp the wheels had then spectacularly fallen of this once great band. Within months they went from meaning everything to meaning absolutely nothing at all. After a spectacular ascent, fuelled by storming tunes, great gigs and unbelievable attitude, they were suddenly heading back down to earth - and when the plodding, introspective pile of nothing that was "Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants" arrived with its terribly muted fanfare (even Liam's claims of its greatness sounded hollow and insincere) I even felt ashamed to have once been a fan. Oasis promised a great deal and had eventually become a sham and tabloid fodder for the hungry red tops. Yawn.
Nail suitably in coffin then. Except to my complete surprise they've come back with this fantastic, snarling single and some equally killer B-sides! As soon as that riff kicks in it's like the spirit and the balls that engulfed their debut has woken up hungry and wants to set a few wrongs to right.Read more ›
Let's face it, the music scene needs someone like Oasis around. There has been a MASSIVE gap since Brit Pop faded away in the 1990s, and I'm sure I'm not the only one to miss it!
Thankfully Oasis return with their characteristic swagger to give us 'The Hindu Times'. The song is designed to be quite simplistic and catchy witout being mundane (as 'Go Let It Out' could be described).
In short it's a happy-go-madferit song. A Do-what-the-hell-you-like tune, in which case being similar in approach to 'Roll With It' and 'Supersonic'.
True, it's not a classic, but it marks a welcome return for Oasis fans to a Definitely Maybe style approach. It seems that Noel took notice of his brother 18 months ago in Wembley stadium. Go buy it. Rock N Roll returns in the face of a plastic music industry made up of teenage dolls and nursery-rhyme songs.
Oasis, may you Live Forever.
The Hindu Times is a back to basics rock 'n' roll record, crunching guitars and snarling vocals wrapping around a simple, straightforward melodic hook. BUT, don't be fooled into thinking this is a return to the Definitely Maybe era - this is a slicker and more mature production than anything from the eponymous debut album, and some may argue, as a result it lacks the edge and charm of some of those tracks - indeed it pales into insignificance when compared to the likes of Live Forever or Slide Away and the lyrics lack any real originality or meaning "in and out my brain, running through my vein" isn't a Gallagher classic. However, it's still good, old fashioned feel good Rock'n'Roll song - stuff to sing along to in the pub - LOUDLY
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this as a download, perfect quality and a brilliant rock anthem.
As I have every Oasis CD, I just bought this for the 2 B-Sides which are good enough to be any other... Read more
The Hindu Times was a great comeback single for Oasis - it's rocky, it's catchy, it's gritty, it has a great vocal, a great riff, and great lyrics. Read morePublished on 20 Nov. 2007 by Robbie Swale
Eager anticipation will always surround an Oasis comeback single, adding additional pressure for the band to produce something that will not offend it's core fanbase. Read morePublished on 20 Sept. 2002 by Geoff
It reminds me of "supersonic" quite a bit. To the people who have been slaggin it off for its simplicity, they don't have a point. Read morePublished on 14 July 2002 by Ox Cardinal
I've been a rock on Oasis fan since the days before they were signed and appearing on 'The Word', but I'm not gonna be seen/pressured into a false bias just because it's Oasis. Read morePublished on 23 May 2002 by firstname.lastname@example.org
hindu times meets "same size feet"(stereophonics)i have read the other reviews and must disagree with everything they say apart from the "idler's dream" comments definitely a... Read morePublished on 26 April 2002
Oasis have returned in top form with their first single in nearly two years. As I live in the US, I couldn't wait to recieve my copy of the single from the UK. Read morePublished on 19 April 2002
I've Been a Oasis Fan since they started, true there last single Sunday Morning was a let down. But there back with a bang the Hindu Times is pure Rock N' Roll at its best, I've... Read morePublished on 17 April 2002