Oasis is ready to replace the position of the Beatles among younger generations in the future

When I have to mention the most phenomenal and celebrated brothers in the music of my era, then I will pick Liam and Noel Gallagher. Both men are responsible for the rise and fall of Oasis, a famous band from England after the era of the Beatles and U2 who is also one of my favorite bands.

I was introduced to their work when I was in high school, and soon a number of their songs – like Wonderwall, Champagne Supernova, and She’s Electric – captivated me. And I prompted to buy their cassette albums when I had the opportunity. However, it’s only a few songs that come into the list of my favorite: Wonderwall, Champagne Supernova, Stand By Me, and Gas Panic.

Oasis offers music of nice rhyme and manages to gain new audience and keeps their existence over decades of work, regardless of the fact that either Liam or Noel Gallagher has serious drugs and alcoholic drinks problem. In fact, it’s never difficult to sing their songs, since the way Liam Gallagher, the vocalist, delivers the song is quite unique. Instead of making moves on stage, for instance, Liam prefers to stay still: standing with both hands lie behind his back. He makes no meaningful effort to sing – always sounds like being drunk every time he sings.

In addition to its alternate musical genre, what makes Oasis wins the heart of most young men may lie on the fact that Liam manages to control himself – never miss a lyric – though he behaves like a drunken master while singing. Thus, the band performs one of the most important aspects in daily life: self-control.


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