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another masterplan???

Postby Airborne Plumber » 31 Dec 2008, 16:57

Great idea:

Cigs In Hell
One Way Road

would have to be there 8)
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Postby alicoe08 » 31 Dec 2008, 16:58

Airborne Plumber wrote:Great idea:

Cigs In Hell
One Way Road

would have to be there 8)


yeah, probably, i suggested that original list as some examples, wud need a few more songs
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Postby RO5SM » 01 Jan 2009, 23:38

Shout It Out Loud would have to be included!
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Postby Lennon2217 » 02 Jan 2009, 15:09

If Oasis were to ever release another "Masterplan" style B-side compilation, I personally feel it should cover only the years 2000 to present. Songs from 94-98 have a totally different feel to them than tracks composed after 2000. I don't think they would all fit well. It is a shame because I could never understand why "Round Are Way", "Sad Song" and "Cum On Feel The Noize" didn't make the party so to speak. I can maybe understand the Slade cover, you don't want too many cover songs and people to pay out but not including "Round Are Way" is an absolute crime. They played that track at every gig in 1996. Top tune.

Anyway, they would need to make the second B-side album out of the following tracks recorded in the 2000-2008 era.

1. Let's All Make Believe
2. (As Long As They've Got) Cigarettes In Hell
3. One Way Road
4. Helter Skelter
5. Carry Us All
6. Full On
7. Just Getting Older
8. Idler's Dream
9. Shout It Out Loud
10. Thank You For The Good Times
11. You've Got The Heart Of A Star
12. I Can See It Now
13. Eyeball Tickler
14. Won't Let You Down
15. Pass Me Down The Wine
16. The Quiet Ones

All 16 tracks fit on an 80 minute CD as well.
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Postby yardley » 02 Jan 2009, 15:14

Lennon2217 wrote:It is a shame because I could never understand why "Round Are Way", "Sad Song" and "Cum On Feel The Noize" didn't make the party so to speak. I can maybe understand the Slade cover, you don't want too many cover songs and people to pay out but not including "Round Are Way" is an absolute crime. They played that track at every gig in 1996. Top tune.


yeh i think from memory though, the masterplan album tracklisting was chosen by fans off the internet all of them apart from underneath the sky, which was chosen by noel cause he liked it so much. its strange though, round are way was one of the most popular bsides so i dunno how it didnt make the list from the fans
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Postby donogh » 02 Jan 2009, 15:39

Lennon2217 wrote:If Oasis were to ever release another "Masterplan" style B-side compilation, I personally feel it should cover only the years 2000 to present. Songs from 94-98 have a totally different feel to them than tracks composed after 2000. I don't think they would all fit well. It is a shame because I could never understand why "Round Are Way", "Sad Song" and "Cum On Feel The Noize" didn't make the party so to speak. I can maybe understand the Slade cover, you don't want too many cover songs and people to pay out but not including "Round Are Way" is an absolute crime. They played that track at every gig in 1996. Top tune.

Anyway, they would need to make the second B-side album out of the following tracks recorded in the 2000-2008 era.

1. Let's All Make Believe
2. (As Long As They've Got) Cigarettes In Hell
3. One Way Road
4. Helter Skelter
5. Carry Us All
6. Full On
7. Just Getting Older
8. Idler's Dream
9. Shout It Out Loud
10. Thank You For The Good Times
11. You've Got The Heart Of A Star
12. I Can See It Now
13. Eyeball Tickler
14. Won't Let You Down
15. Pass Me Down The Wine
16. The Quiet Ones

All 16 tracks fit on an 80 minute CD as well.


i would finish the album with i can see it now!!!
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Postby Lennon2217 » 02 Jan 2009, 17:24

Ending the CD with "I Can See It Now" would work perfectly. I always had a feeling that this song was the only song Oasis kept from the Death In Vegas sessions. Noel said back in 2005, they kept one to be used as a future B-side. I'm guessing this was it. It has that Death in Vegas style production to it. I'd love to see them release those Death In Vegas demos one day. Maybe in an anthology release in the distant future.
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Postby Airborne Plumber » 02 Jan 2009, 19:08

Lennon2217 wrote:If Oasis were to ever release another "Masterplan" style B-side compilation, I personally feel it should cover only the years 2000 to present. Songs from 94-98 have a totally different feel to them than tracks composed after 2000. I don't think they would all fit well. It is a shame because I could never understand why "Round Are Way", "Sad Song" and "Cum On Feel The Noize" didn't make the party so to speak. I can maybe understand the Slade cover, you don't want too many cover songs and people to pay out but not including "Round Are Way" is an absolute crime. They played that track at every gig in 1996. Top tune.

Anyway, they would need to make the second B-side album out of the following tracks recorded in the 2000-2008 era.

1. Let's All Make Believe
2. (As Long As They've Got) Cigarettes In Hell
3. One Way Road
4. Helter Skelter
5. Carry Us All
6. Full On
7. Just Getting Older
8. Idler's Dream
9. Shout It Out Loud
10. Thank You For The Good Times
11. You've Got The Heart Of A Star
12. I Can See It Now
13. Eyeball Tickler
14. Won't Let You Down
15. Pass Me Down The Wine
16. The Quiet Ones

All 16 tracks fit on an 80 minute CD as well.


100 % agreed, here. 8)
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Postby lms » 02 Jan 2009, 19:41

i don't think it would be a good idea. you can't compare any of the songs mentioned in this thread with any tunes off the masterplan.
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Postby Brian_mc » 03 Jan 2009, 00:14

Am I the only person who things The Boy With the Blues and Pass Me Down The Wine are really poor?
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