New Noel Gallagher Album

2017-09-28 by BoatJones | 21 Comments
Noel Gallagher, former lead guitarist, primary songwriter, and co-lead vocalist of the British rock band Oasis, has announced the third studio album from his band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. The album is entitled Who Built The Moon? and it is due to be released on November 24th, seven weeks after the release of Noel's brother and former Oasis bandmate Liam Gallagher's debut solo album As You Were. The album will feature former Oasis guitarist Gem Archer, who recently joined the band as a permanent member.

Tracklist for Who Built The Moon?:

1. Fort Knox
2. Holy Mountain
3. Keep on Reaching
4. It's a Beautiful World
5. She Taught Me How to Fly
6. Be Careful What You Wish For
7. Black & White Sunshine
8. Interlude (Wednesday Pt. 1)
9. If Love Is the Law
10. The Man Who Built the Moon
11. End Credits (Wednesday Pt. 2)

You can watch a short trailer for the album below:



Tagged: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

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Papa Universe
September 28th 2017
8664 Comments


Well this is... different...

Digging: Gattopardo - Gattopardo

polyrhythm
September 28th 2017
1327 Comments


Three albums in, this is precisely the kind of music I wanted from Solo Gallagher. Trippy, soulful, kaleidoscopic

Digging: Kitty - Miami Garden Club

StickFeit
September 28th 2017
698 Comments


His debut was really good, so I'm pretty pumped for this one.

ZackSh33
September 28th 2017
648 Comments


Looking forward to this, it's gonna blow Liam's out of the water

toocool4pos
September 28th 2017
177 Comments


Last album was great. Looking forward to this one.

zakalwe
September 28th 2017
23656 Comments


Liam is proving himself to be the best Gallagher at the min.

polyrhythm
September 28th 2017
1327 Comments


Liam's voice is in tatters, and he can't write a song to save himself. His musical ambitions haven't moved beyond derivative pub rock in a quarter century.

Futures
September 28th 2017
9984 Comments


gonna be aoty

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zakalwe
September 28th 2017
23656 Comments


Agreed Liam’s songwriting ability is questionable. I doubt he wrote a note or lyric for his new one but he can still belt them out and more importantly he genuinely has the fire.

BoatJones
September 28th 2017
4 Comments


In my opinion Noel is and always has been the better Gallagher and definitely a better songwriter and musician. He wrote all of the songs on the first two Oasis albums and the first High Flying Birds album which are in my opinion masterpieces, plus he wrote most of the songs on the later Oasis albums. Meanwhile Liam has like 5 or 6 co-writers on his new album. Don't get me wrong though I'm still definitely gonna listen to both albums when they come out.

zakalwe
September 28th 2017
23656 Comments


I’d still prefer a pint with Noel tbh

koolpizza
September 28th 2017
10 Comments


okay i'm fucking hyped for this one, it sounds sooo great, and better than Liam imo

tommygun
September 28th 2017
26713 Comments


ey up, let's av it, spotted dick, tits out for the lads, if you're not a manc you're a wank, england 5 germany 1 etc

zakalwe
September 28th 2017
23656 Comments


Know your place TG son.

tommygun
September 28th 2017
26713 Comments


:D

judasgoat
September 28th 2017
223 Comments


Fuckin' choice, just when I thought he may have been running out of ideas. Every snippet in that trailer sounded great.

I do hope he has at least one four-to-the-floor dance track in there like What a Life, In the Heat of the Moment, Ballad of the Mighty I, etc.

Eons
September 28th 2017
1043 Comments


damn hes really exploring in the studio it seems,

SandorClegane
September 29th 2017
127 Comments


Stoked, love both of his releases

dimsim3478
September 29th 2017
7721 Comments


Liam's voice is in tatters, and he can't write a song to save himself.

If the last two Oasis albums were any indication, Liam's a perfectly capable songwriter. He's quite good, in fact, but I don't know that he could ever write anything on his own that's on par with Noel's silver-tier songs. It's probably a good thing, then, that he has co-writers on most of the tracks from As You Were. The dude's always sayin' he's more of a singer than a songwriter, anyway.

Although I haven't been floored by any of the pre-release singles off As You Were, it is shaping up to be a very consistent, very enjoyable album overall. Doesn't seem like it's going to have anywhere near as many awesome high-points as a Noel record has, but I'm feelin' like it'll be a nice plateau all the way thru in terms of quality.

Eons
September 29th 2017
1043 Comments


Liam was really good live recently. Better than he's been in a long time.

hasan
October 2nd 2017
765 Comments


noel or liam two players they are the 2 brothers on oasis cd ! are they in a fight again here. what



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