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Stop Crying Your Heart Out Single
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OASIS Stop Crying Your Heart Out (2002 UK 6-track 2-disc DVD/CD single set taken from the rock Gods superb Heathen Chemistry album. Includes the 10 Minute Of Noise And Confusion documentary plus the Demo Version of the title track. both with original picture sleeves featuring the painted Stop sign in the road RKIDSCD/DVD24)
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The first B-side is a fine, upbeat rock'n'roller, nothing to shout about but not bad, but the second flip track, Shout It Out Loud, is by far one of the finest and most underrated tunes Noel Gallagher has ever penned and sung, with a piercing, wailing guitar solo reminiscent of Pink Floyd's Comfortably Numb.
With Oasis in 2002 back to making B-sides that are better than the singles they supported, you have to conclude that they found something of the old spirit again!
The b-side "Thank You For The Good Times", written by bassist Andy Bell, is a catchy tune worthy of album status. Unfortunately, however, the second b-side, "Shout It Out Loud", is not one of Noel's best compostions. Although it does have some profound lyrics, the tune itself isn't very melodic and never seems to go anywhere. Then again, maybe I just expect too much from The Chief. After all, every song he writes can't have both great lyrics AND a catchy melody.
Overall, this single should be a chart topper if "Wonderwall" and "Don't Look Back In Anger" are any indication of how well-received Oasis ballads are. This one's a classic, plain and simple.
If you're an Oasis fan, you've probably heard "Stop Crying Your Heart Out" already. Brilliant power ballad, but I mean that in a good way: like "Don't Look Back in Anger" or Aerosmith's classic "Dream On" from 1973, this uses strings and piano without sounding mushy. This is a very strong and uplifting song, sure to have singalong choruses at Oasis' shows.
The two B-sides are "Thank You for the Good Times" and "Shout It Out Loud." I haven't heard "Shout It Out Loud" but I'll assume Noel sings it 'cause he wrote it and Noel usually gets a B-side. I've heard a snatch of "Thank You for the Good Times," which is written by bassist Andy Bell and sung by Liam. I'm glad Liam sings it. He hasn't sung a B-side since "Let's All Make Believe" (B-side to "Go Let It Out"). It sounds like a good solid rocker, but I've only heard a 30 sec. sampler.
A great A-side and two solid B-sides. Let's hope that Oasis can get back-to-back #1's for the first time!
Track 2 blows a bit, but the third is another Noel classic.
A must for all Oasis fans and anyone with music in their blood.
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Brilliant-----I was only prepared for 'Stop crying your heart out' but also got two other brilliant tracks 'thank you for the goodtimes' and 'shout it out loud'--------for me this... Read morePublished 19 months ago by David Mac
Because I really wanted it quick and got it quick.it was in really good condition as stated,and I'm happy I own it.Published on 14 Mar. 2014 by Mrs s terry
this caps oasis return to form.....a million miles away from there opening single (the rock filler the hindu times) stop crying you're heart out is in the mold of "dont look back... Read morePublished on 6 Feb. 2004
Please roll the carpet as Stop Crying is coming...I can not really say more then this......This tune is a top one...... Read morePublished on 4 July 2002 by Jonathan Cremona
I first heard stop crying your heart out after the england-brazil game. They played it right at the end and showed some of the best england goals. Read morePublished on 2 July 2002
In music there is one thing an artist looks for the Masterplan or the Key to great songs, and In Noel (In my eyes the greatest song writer ever, (Dont hit me)) they have found the... Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2002
If the only songs you have heard off of the upcoming album "Heathen Chemistry" are "The Hindu Times" and "Stop Crying Your Heart Out", you would think... Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2002 by MR C SUTHERLAND