Be Here Now
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Released at midnight on Thursday 21 st August 1997, at a time when most albums were released on Monday, ‘Be Here Now’ sold a staggering 400,000 copies on the first day in the UK, with 663,400 sales in just 3 days. It was No.1 in fifteen countries and remained at the top of the UK Album Chart for 4 weeks. To date, it has the most album sales in the first seven days of release in UK Official Chart history and has sold over 8 million copies globally.
Be Here Now (2016, Gatefold, Vinyl) - Discogs Oasis – Be Here Now (2016, Gatefold, Vinyl) - Discogs
It sounds terrible. I thought that my phono amp (Aesthetix Rhea Tube Phonoamp) had some burned out tubes. This album is known to be one of the loudest ever cut, with more than 30 guitars per song, heavily compressed, so of course it won't sound good. It's like listening to noise, and the thing is, if you turn the volume knob down, then you won't be able to hear as much, but then as you turn it up, you're hit with unbearable distorsion. update: compared this and the original CD to the 2009 vinyl and the 2009 vinyl is easily the best. don't even think about bothering with this one, get the 2009 and you're set.
Selected items are only available for delivery via the Royal Mail 48® service and other items are available for delivery using this service for a charge. By 1997, Oasis were at the pinnacle of their success and had become omnipresent in British youth culture. The appetite for ‘Be Here Now’ was immense and it was amid this overheated anticipation that they made arguably the most eagerly awaited record since the heyday of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. Sobre el trabajo, quizás el álbum que desnuda más su estilo Beatleatlesco que los demás, con orquestas de cámara, cuerdas frotadas, pianos de cola y coros exquisitos. Marcó una época y la explosión de la banda en todo el mundo con giras llenas y peleas en camerinos, ventas a tope, arrogancias y el inicio del largo pero innegociable final.
Oasis: Be Here Now (25th Anniversary Edition) Vinyl. Norman
Although I'm not referring to this pressing in particular. ALL the pressings of this particular album, at least on vinyl, fall into this category. beautiful in every way. just arrived via DHL. Todays the 24th August. I have the original and this is now my favourite copy. It sounds brilliant. as clear as a bell but well balanced powerfull bass and you get that band in the room feeling. the silver one is shrill and unpleasant. Basicaly just a cynical cheap shoddy money grab as we are used to the way we are treated in Britain in general. Strange how different experiences of sound quality users posting in this forum about this album have had listening to this version of the album. My experience is that it is certainly much better than the CD version I own.Mi álbum, el deadwax RKIDLP85 de Big Brother tiene un buen pressing, a excepción de Magic Pie que es rasposa y plana, todo lo demás suena con excelentes frecuencias; los graves marcados, las cuerdas y metales bien definidos y la voz de Ian/Noel un escalón arriba de todo. En general, no es una maravilla pero se acepta. Tocado con tornamesa Audiotechnica LP120, cabezal Nagaoka 110, preamplificador de dos bulbos y cajon marshall woburn.