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Liam Gallagher
Wall of Glass

"A man with a fork in a world full of soup" was brother Noel Gallagher's droll description of perma-angry brother Liam. However the latter's post Oasis music hasn't been significantly worse than his supposedly more talented brother. This, his first solo effort, is a vibrant, highly polished effort but crucially has that early Oasis swagger in the vocal.
  • Vinyl 7" (190295793708)
  • £11.99 £7.19 (saving: £4.80)
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  • Artist(s):
  • Beady Eye

Beady Eye
Different Gear, Still Speeding


  • CD (BEADY CD2X)
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  • Last copy
  • Artist(s):
  • Beady Eye

Liam Gallagher
I've All I Need

Liam Gallagher has a brother. Technically, he has two. He now also has a 7" called "I've All I Need" which I am probably not going to listen to, but I do think about Oasis once a fortnight and I'm okay with having that much of LG in my head. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Liam has a brother.
  • Artist(s):
  • Beady Eye

Liam Gallagher
As You Were

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher announces his long awaited solo debut album. Oasis fans will be very happy, Liam has stated that it is not a space jazz odyssey or any bizarre out there stuff, just straight up, Rolling Stones influenced classics done how he wants them. Comes in a variety of options and formats including limited white vinyl on Warner Bros.
  • Vinyl LP (0190295774929)
  • CD (0190295774905)

  • CD (0190295774943)

Beady Eye
Second Bite Of The Apple

From Oasis without the talented one otherwise known as Beady Eye comes the second single from their second album. Produced by TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek, this is a great track from the album BE, with lots of TVOTR style horns and Liam Gallagher’s voice run through thousands of effect to deliver the retro track. On 7” vinyl.
  • Artist(s):
  • Beady Eye

Oasis
Be Here Now

This is the Oasis album where the songs started getting uncontrollably long and slightly psychedelic; it's also the album one of the Gallagher brothers really hates, though I can't remember which one. In this Normanites opinion it might be their best work, a lush, nicely arranged record of ever-optimistic, wilfully meandering pop music. Sounds like they were trying to be Harrison but ended up on McCartney's wavelength instead. Reissue with a lot of "rare" Oasis trinkets.
  • Vinyl Double LP (RKIDLP85)
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