Speaking on behalf of Beady Eye, Messrs Liam Gallagher and Andy Bell tell us their favourite records
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This should have been up last Friday, surely?
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In reply to Andy C:
April Fool's Day
In reply to Fenrir:
Yeah, we did actually discuss putting up a list of 13 grindcore albums but professionality won out at the last minute.
This was the first cd i ever bought in 1989 and is still the best. I love this album it summed up the feeling around the late eighties perfectly.
Looks like Beatles & Stones didn't stand the test of time that well after all.
I suppose modesty prevents them from mentioning their own Gem Archer appears on "Echoes Round the Sun" from Paul Weller's 22 Dreams. So does Noel Gallagher, who co-wrote the track as a matter of fact.
In reply to John Doran:
I'd have been interested to see that list, actually. Still have a soft spot for a bit of grind.
Wow, there isn't a single radical or interesting pick on this entire list. Sex Pistols? Simon & Garfunkel? George Harrison? It reminds me of those old BMG subscription service catalogs and their "recommendations" (the same uncontroversial choices that pseudo-critics have been flogging for years).
In reply to ravenweather:
I take it you've never heard Forever Changes. What do you expect from these two Sun Ra?
All Things Must Pass is the album that always gets names as the "best solo album by an ex-Beatle." And the truth is: It's an incredibly BORING album. Terrible production. Thin vocals. Dated mysticism. My Sweet Lord is an absolute dirge. I think this is one of those things that gets repeated ad nauseum but the truth is this is a good album that's kinda dull.
The best solo albums by ex Beatles are Ram and Plastic Ono Band. Gorgeous, inventive, risk-taking, glorious sounding albums.
The La's album is just so f****ng great and the stone roses is just the bollocks, wouldve chosen stanley road and in the city/ this is the modern world though