Don't Believe the Truth

Don't Believe the Truth

by Oasis
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Don't Believe the Truth 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've waited 3 years for a new disc from Oasis and the boys did not let me down. The problem with reviewers of this band is that they are always comparing everything they put out with "(What's The Story) Morning Glory", which I feel is a disservice. This band has continued to grow with each and every record since 1995. "Don't Believe The Truth" is a great one that needs to be in every Oasis fans collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To me Heathen was a lot better... what i don't like about Oasis lately... is that they are not putting out the rockers that they used to... give me a brake with the ballads... just put a good rock and roll album like they used to...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Don’t Believe the Truth is a very good album from start to finish. I have always reserved 5 stars out of 5 for Oasis’ first two albums, so I would give Don’t Believe the Truth 4 out of 5. Whereas on the last two CDs (Standing on the Shoulder of Giants & Heathen Chemistry) Oasis didn’t really deviate from their typical sounds, this new CD offers some tracks that go against previous offerings from the band. “The Importance of Being Idle,” “Mucky Fingers,” and “Part of the Queue” can be identified as great non-sounding Oasis tunes. Is it coincidence maybe that those three were written and sung by Noel Gallagher, who’s attempting to broaden his own musical repertoire? These three tracks contain better lyrics by Noel than some of those since 1997. Brother Liam however, sticks to what made Oasis great in the 1990’s with very good tunes like “Love Like A Bomb” and “Guess God Thinks I’m Abel.” “The Meaning of Soul” is an okay song, but I typically have been skipping it, the only one on the CD for that matter. “Love Like a Bomb” and guitarist Gem’s “A Bell Will Ring” have a definite mid-60’s Beatles feel to them, which is totally fine by me. Bassist Andy Bell offers the opener “Turn up the Sun” and “Keep the Dream Alive,” which are both excellent tracks which should be even better live and in person. The first single “Lyla,” is also worth mentioning as a good listen, but definitely not the best on the LP. I would have to say that my favorite tracks on Don’t Believe the Truth are “The Importance of Being Idle,” “Mucky Fingers,” “Part of the Queue,” “Love Like a Bomb” and “Keep the Dream Alive.” Diehard Oasis fans will ultimately love this album, while the average fan will find some attractive tunes on this disc if they take the time to listen. I for one like the direction that Oasis is going, and I’m already imagining what the next LP will sound like. All in all, Don’t Believe the Truth is a must for your music collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is definately maybe one of their better albums, especially considering what they've put out lately.
Guest More than 1 year ago
There's been a lot of talk that this is the third best Oasis album (after DM and WTSMG, of course). I know what they mean; none of the songs on this album approach the headiness of "Live Forever", "Supersonic", "Don't Look Back...", or any of the other standouts from their first two albums, so it's hard for this album to measure up. I do believe that this is the most even Oasis album from start to finish, however. There aren't any obvious thowaways/clunkers and I've found myself wanting to go back and listen to the ENTIRE album over and over. It's hard to name a favorite track or weakest track right now. Overall solid album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I bought this album today and it is just amazing,the music is amazing, the lyrics written by Liam, Noel, Gem, and Andy are amazing. This is definately one of their top 5 albums. I saw Oasis live in concert in Brussels, Belgium, and they can put on a flawless concert. I saw them from third row. ANyway, Don't Believe the Truth is their big comeback, and Oasis is one of the best bands of all time, and I recommend them to anyone.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you don't agree that this is better than the wonderful "What's the Story, Morning Glory" then you are not listening! The entire album is good, and some of it is great. The more I listen to it, the more I hear that I like.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The music is good, the lyrics are ok, it seems that oasis is back to lead the top charts.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago