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NIACW M06 Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory?

Not In a Creepy Way

Release Date: 11/06/2016

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All the brothers absolutely loved the Max Brooks novel World War Z but this movie has nothing to do with that except the title and that it takes place during a worldwide zombie outbreak. Despite that it’s not a bad zombie movie.   Along they way they discuss the TV series Station Eleven, Scorpion, Resident Evil, and Picard.   Housekeeping starts at 55:42 and involves discussion of being old men, cab rides, Bruce McCullough, and Wil Wheaton   File length 1:17:05 File Size 53.4 MB Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to...

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Brothers Drew and Eric watched two ronin movies: the fanciful ‘47 Ronin’ and the brutal ’13 Assassins.’ There’s a bit of Japanese history talk but mostly the brothers have a discourse on contrast.   47 Ronin talk begins immediately   13 Assassins talk begins at 52:49   Housekeeping starts at 1:22:00 and involves The Old Man, American Horror Story, Bosch, the Next Generation Star Trek movies, Max Brooks, and William Goldman’s “Adventures in the Screen Trade.”   File length 1:43:35 File Size 72.3 MB   Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on ...

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Brothers J and Eric discuss the sci-fi thriller horror movie In the Shadow of the Moon. It’s fun.   Housekeeping starts at about 30:00 and involves Thundarr the Barbarian, brownies, Covid, the Grenfel Tower fire, Amazon Fire tablets and the Audible app, Bluetooth headphones, Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legend, Alton Brown, and local newspapers. File length 1:19:04 File Size 58.9 MB Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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J and Drew tackle the 2011 Cameron Crowe music documentary Pearl Jam Twenty. Spoiler: Brother J doesn’t like Neil Young. Also: maybe Cameron Crowe wasn’t the best choice of director.   Housekeeping begins at 1:10:00 during which they discuss living next to a park, Apple Music, Bill Gates’ nuclear reactor, the concept of a “gasless generator,” and writing pens.   File length 1:48:46 File Size 78.2 MB Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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Eric has COVID voice as the brothers discuss the final Daniel Craig Bond film ‘No Time to Die.” Watch it for Paloma at least   Housekeeping begins at 48:20 during which they discuss continuous monitoring gone awry, Man vs Bee, house centipedes, and other bug stories.   File length 1:22:33 File Size 62.2 MB Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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Brothers Drew and Eric discuss the languid second film in the Taylor Sheridan’s American Frontier trilogy, Hell or High Water   Housekeeping begins at 44:30 during which they discuss We Own the City and resource management.   File length 51:06 File Size 38.0 MB Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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Brothers J and Eric discuss the Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, Jared Leto film “the little things.” Um…. It’s fine. The discussion is the fun part.   Housekeeping begins at 35:41 and gets pretty silly. Among the topics are: the Staircase, Toni Collette, Pieces of Her, American Crime Story: Impeachment, Jason’s dental situation, Lego, Eric’s diabetes situation, cults, the e-pimps of OnlyFans. and Pizza Crimes   File length 1:47:19 File Size 82.0 MB   Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show...

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Brothers J and Drew tackled the bleak film Child 44. They watched it so you don’t have to.   Housekeeping begins at 40:25 during which they discuss For All Mankind, some Bond talk, the original Top Gun, private screenings, and home carpentry.   File length 57:26 File Size 43.4 MB   Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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Oh this is a short one. Eric likes 2021’s Nightmare Alley but the other brothers… not so much. Along the way they discuss Bad Vegan, The Radium Girls, Crazy Stupid Love, Wormwood (the documentary series), Trial By Media, William Barr’s piece of crap book, Strange New Worlds, Discovery, and Mary Roach’s Fuzz.   File length 51:46 File Size 36.4 MB   Theme by via Subscribe to us on Listen to us on Like us on Follow us on Send your comments to Visit the show website at

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Tonight Drew and Eric discuss a movie that Drew has loved since he first saw it but Eric had, puzzlingly, not enjoyed all that much. Upon reflection it is something of a masterpiece, unlike Wormword: Road of the Dead.   While preparing for the show both read the book “Blood, Sweat & Chrome: The Wild and True Story of Mad Max: Fury Road” by Kyle Buchanan.   Housekeeping begins at 1:08:00 during which they discuss the documentary Our Father, the Channing Tatum / Sandra Bullock movie The Lost City, and some breadcrumbs that might tip us off to a new Drew adventure.   File...

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(What’s the Story) Morning Glory is a great album by Oasis. Drift back to 1996 and relive the magic, the majesty, the wonder that is Oasis.

 

We also talk about Travis, Robbie Williams, Cornershop, BT, Blur, The Kinks, and a heaping helping of musical goodness. And warning to our UK listeners. We get all of the history wrong and, especially toward the end, Eric defiles the Queen’s English. Sorry, mates.

 

00:00:00 – 00:29:30 the music of 1996 stage setting

00:29:31 – 00:54:45 Oasis the band stage setting

00:54:46 – 01:21:30 how we all came to the album and a tangent about music and music services

01:21:31 – 01:36:00 brick wall mastering and normalization

01:36:01 – 02:41:47 the album itself

 

1996 US referenced songs

Tracy Chapman - Give Me One Reason (Live with Eric Clapton)

Alanis Morissette - Ironic

Gin Blossoms - Follow You Down

Jewel - Who Will Save Your Soul

Kurt Loder schools Jewel

Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise

Amish Paradise - "Weird" Al Yankovic

Deep Blue Something - Breakfast At Tiffany's

Blue's Traveler - Hook

Ginuwine - Pony

Sheryl Crow - If It Makes You Happy

Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby

Los del Rio - Macarena

 

UK 1996 references

 

Spice Girls - Wannabe

The Fugees - Killing Me Softly

Baddiel & Skinner and The Lightning Seeds - Three Lions

The Prodigy - Firestarter

Jamiroquai - Virtual Insanity

Joan Osborne - One of Us

Right Hand Man - Joan Osborne

bjork - It's Oh So Quiet

 

Oasis and Oasis adjacent

 

Oasis - Supersonic

Travis - Writing To Reach You

Travis - Side

Robbie Williams - Let Me Entertain You

BT (ft. M. Doughty) - Never Gonna Come Back Down

Cornershop - Brimful Of Asha, Norman Cook Mix (Tjinder Singh)

Radiohead - Faithless, The Wonder Boy

Blur - Country House

Glen Phillips - Fred Meyers

The Kinks - Hatred (A Duet)

Oasis - Fucking In The Bushes

Oasis - Lyla

Oasis - Love Like A Bomb

 

Oasis Songs from (What’s the Story) Morning Glory ?

 

Oasis - Hello (Live Earl's Court 1995)

Oasis - Roll With It

Oasis - Roll With It (Glastonbury 1995)

Oasis - Roll With It (live French TV 1995)

Oasis - Wonderwall

Oasis - Wonderwall (Glastonbury 2004)

Oasis - Wonderwall (Noel Gallagher - Much Music 2000)

Oasis - Wonderwall (TCT 2010)

Oasis - Wonderwall (Wembley Arena 2008)

Oasis - Wonderwall Live Yoyogi Taiikukan Tokyo Japan - 29th September 2002

Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger

Oasis - Don't Look Back (Noel Gallagher acoustic)

Oasis - Hey Now

Oasis - Hey Now (rare edit)

Oasis - Some Might Say

Oasis - Some Might Say (Manchester 1996)

Oasis - Cast No Shadow Live 1996

Oasis - Cast No Shadow (Knebworth Park 1996)

Oasis - She's Electric

Oasis - She's Electric (rare edit)

Oasis - Morning Glory

Oasis - Morning Glory (Manchester 1996)

Oasis - Morning Glory (Wembley 2008)

Oasis - Morning Glory (Argentina 2009)

Oasis - Champagne Supernova

Oasis - Champagne Supernova (Earl's Court 1995)

Oasis - Champagne Supernova (Wembley 2008)

 

Interviews

Noel interview about split

Liam split interview

stage attack interview

Wibbling Rivalry

Eldest Gallagher Brother, Paul

Liam best interview bits

Liam on Kanye

 

File length 2:41:47

File Size 148.4 MB

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