Michael Osborn of BBC News Online weighed in on Oasis’ new album Heathen Chemistry which he says edges towards “dad rock”. Osborn writes, “The younger Gallagher’s wild voice lends Oasis their trademark sound. Back in 1994, he was the mouthpiece of Britpop at its brashest, and spat out some fine ‘lad’ anthems. Eight years on, there are echoes of those days, but there is also evidence that the Gallagher lads are slowly morphing into dads, gradually shedding that skin of substance-fuelled showiness.” Read more.
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