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Old 12-19-2006, 02:08 PM
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Where is this song originally from? B-side? If so, which single? Or is it a bonus track, as my friend got on his Definitely Maybe (that I bought for him, arrrrghh!!)??

Cheers for any info. Great song.
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Old 12-19-2006, 02:11 PM
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Whatever, was a single that was released after Definately Maybe, but before Whats The Story Morning Glory. It was never released on a album at the time (In The UK anyway).
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Whatever, was a single that was released after Definately Maybe, but before Whats The Story Morning Glory. It was never released on a album at the time (In The UK anyway).
Thanks mate. Yeah, I got DM for my mate for his birthday last year and it was a hidden bonus track, which I wasn't aware of until months later. So I went back to that shop to grab my own copy with the bonus track and they were all gone.
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Thanks mate. Yeah, I got DM for my mate for his birthday last year and it was a hidden bonus track, which I wasn't aware of until months later. So I went back to that shop to grab my own copy with the bonus track and they were all gone.
Well that sucks, man. Try www.101cd.com. They usually have a large amount of Import cds, at cheap-ish prices
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Chris, what and where was the Noel show the you seen a few weeks ago, please mate?
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I think it's just gay how Whatever didn't feature on Stop The Clocks.

Oh and just a little off the topic, anyone heard a certain remix of Wonderwall? It's basically got some wierd but IMO cool sound samples added to it. I found it on Limewire, simple title Wonderwall (awesome remix) so I thought I'd go see what's so awesome about it. After having the original being drilled into my ears since 1995, this version breathed a new life into the song. See what you think anyway.
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Chris, what and where was the Noel show the you seen a few weeks ago, please mate?
It was Noel Gallagher and Gem Archer doing semi-acoustics shows in a mini world tour. They had some guy on a snare drum to add a little extra beat and a couple of songs had some keyboard parts, but mostly it was just the guitars.

It was unlike any other show I've been to, with the instruments, 3 chairs and a gold curtain making up the stage. It was so casual and Noel was speaking heaps to the crowd, which was only about 3000 or so, so most of the things that were said to him, he could hear. He is damn funny once he gets going. Loves taking the piss out of the Brits, of which there were plenty at the show.

Heaps of songs were played that I never thought I'd hear live- WHATEVER, Talk Tonight (my fave 'b' after Acquiesce), Half The World Away, Slide Away was great, Strawberry Fields even got a run and they played a slightly altered version of Wonderwall, which was a relief, as I am tired of the original.

But there you go, great show!
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Heaps of songs were played that I never thought I'd hear live- WHATEVER, Talk Tonight (my fave 'b' after Acquiesce), Half The World Away, Slide Away was great, Strawberry Fields even got a run and they played a slightly altered version of Wonderwall, which was a relief, as I am tired of the original.
Grrrr Iv been seeing Oasis Live for 7 years now and havnt anywhere near to seeing half those songs!!!! Pleased you got such a cool gig though
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