Probably because most of their money was going up their noses. But because their best songs never really reached for anything more epic than rock 'n' roll's basic emotional punch, budget-busting videos would have been pointless anyway. Bloated, unfocused and featuring a mix of pensive stares and psychedelic spillage, the video for 'Champagne Supernova' may be the most representative of all Oasis clips. The video for the band's first single to feature Noel on lead vocals includes an appearance by actor Patrick Macnee, who starred in the s British TV show 'The Avengers,' a group favorite.
'Don't Look Back in Anger'
See the gallery. Title: Oasis: Live Forever Video Oasis made two videos for their hit song "Live Forever": a version better known in UK and this version made to attract American audiences, and here in Brazil end up being the most familiar version for MTV addicts back in those glorious days of video clip on TV. In it, the band performs the song inside of an office room with Liam Gallagher seated and behind him a huge wall filled with portraits of famous people who died too young, such as Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and others. Hard not to feel moved with such idea, and with the powerful guitar and lyrics by Noel Gallagher, as brilliantly sung by Liam Nick Egan's clip is one of the finest of Oasis career and certainly one of the most unforgettable, and I never understood why it failed to generate interest of American audiences, not just the clip but the band as well. All is well and fine, the video has a great editing, never excessive and far from being a corny, melodramatic tribute to the artists on the portraits - not to mention that the song isn't for or about them, it's actually a gathering of childhood memories from the Gallagher's that form a different whole. I've seen this kind of homage before in video clip, though not necessarily better employed but certainly creative for the time. Between the band's act Maybe I'm looking too much into it, it's not like this whole tribute concept is unseen and original but I know that the music industry tends to grab ideas, even sounds from lesser bands and provide it to bigger ones - for instance, "Sweet Child O'Mine" intro was altered from a song made in the early 's but an Australian group, who happened to be part of Geffen just like Guns N'Roses were the lawsuit came many years later.
Released as a single in non UK countries in and lasting for over seven minutes, it is the final track on the band's second album What's the Story Morning Glory? The Jam frontman Paul Weller appears as a guest guitarist and backing vocalist on the track. A music video for the song, directed by Nigel Dick , was released in
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