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** The final line from "Morning Glory" has "[[Music/{{Revolver}} Tomorrow never knows]] what it doesn't know too soon".


* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Roll with It" ("I think I've got a feeling I lost inside..."), "Some Might Say" ("you know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).

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* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Roll with It" ("I think I've got a feeling I I'm lost inside..."), "Some Might Say" ("you ("You know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).



* EpicRocking: "Champagne Supernova", the only song on this album longer than six minutes, goes for almost 7½.

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* EpicRocking: "Champagne Supernova", the only song on this album longer than six minutes, goes for almost 7½.7½ minutes.



*** A second one, even more hidden on the same song's intro, has a small conversation between Liam and co-producer Owen Morris played backwards.

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*** A second one, [[UpToEleven even more hidden on the same song's intro, intro]], has a small conversation between Liam and co-producer Owen Morris played backwards.



* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''[[UrExample started it all]]''. The title track in particular is so rife with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.

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* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''[[UrExample started it all]]''. The title track in particular is so rife with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.unlistenable for some.



* OdeToIntoxication: "Morning Glory" has a few not-very-subtle cocaine references; it's not the only example in their discography.

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* OdeToIntoxication: "Morning Glory" has a few not-very-subtle cocaine references; references, though it's not the only example in their discography.



** "Roll With It" has [[Music/YellowSubmarine "'Cause it's all too much for me to take"]]

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** "Roll With It" has [[Music/YellowSubmarine "'Cause it's all too much for me to take"]]take"]].

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* EarlyBirdCameo: Technically, the excerpts from "The Swamp Song" are this, as the full song was featured as a B-side to the "Wonderwall" single, four weeks after this album was released.


** "Hello" opens with "Wonderwall" playing on the background before the song starts proper.
** Two excerpts from "The Swamp Song" are passage tracks with no name in the album. The 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition's second disc features the whole track.



** A second one even more hidden on the same song's intro has a small conversation between Liam and co-producer Owen Morris played backwards.

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** *** A second one one, even more hidden on the same song's intro intro, has a small conversation between Liam and co-producer Owen Morris played backwards.



* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started it all''. The title track in particular is so rife with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.

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* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started ''[[UrExample started it all''.all]]''. The title track in particular is so rife with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.



** "Wonderwall" is a reference to Music/GeorgeHarrison's album ''Music/WonderwallMusic''; it also has the line [[Music/LetItBe "And all the roads we have to walk are winding"]]
** "Roll With It" has [[Music/YellowSubmarine " 'Cause it's all too much for me to take"]]
** "Don't Look Back in Anger", along with an "Imagine"-esque piano intro, the second verse draws from a Music/JohnLennon quote during the Bed-In ("trying to start a revolution from my bed, because they said the brains I had went to my head.")

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** "Wonderwall" is a reference to Music/GeorgeHarrison's album ''Music/WonderwallMusic''; it also has the line [[Music/LetItBe "And all the roads we have to walk are winding"]]
winding"]].
** "Roll With It" has [[Music/YellowSubmarine " 'Cause "'Cause it's all too much for me to take"]]
** "Don't Look Back in Anger", along with an "Imagine"-esque piano intro, the second verse draws from a Music/JohnLennon quote during the Bed-In ("trying to start a revolution from my bed, because they said the brains I had went to my head.")head").


After the success of their debut album, ''Music/DefinitelyMaybeAlbum'', the bar was certainly raised high. After being recorded in just 15 days, it was released on October 2, 1995, to such success that it was reported that one copy was being sold every two minutes. It has sold over 4.5 million copes in the UK and is currently the fifth-best selling album of all time there.

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After the success of their debut album, ''Music/DefinitelyMaybeAlbum'', the bar was certainly raised high. After being recorded in just 15 days, it was released on October 2, 1995, to such success that it was reported that one a copy was being sold every two minutes. It has sold over 4.5 million copes in the UK and is currently the fifth-best selling album of all time there.


* CarefulWithThatAxe: Liam's continuous yelling of "WELLLLLLLLLLLLL" in "Morning Glory". Live, it was done by Noel.

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* CarefulWithThatAxe: Liam's continuous Liam continuously yelling of "WELLLLLLLLLLLLL" in "Morning Glory". Live, it was done by Noel.


* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started it all''. The title track in particular is so marred with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.

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* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started it all''. The title track in particular is so marred rife with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.


* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started it all''.

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* LoudnessWar: One of {{LoudnessWar/the worst offenders}}, in fact. Also, the one album that ''started it all''. The title track in particular is so marred with audible digital distortion (especially towards the end) that it borders on unlistenable.

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** The album title is a line off "The Telephone Hour" from ''Film/ByeByeBirdie'', which Noel learned as [[https://www.sfchronicle.com/movies/article/Major-player-in-Oasis-story-emerges-in-wake-of-10630846.php#photo-11843334 a friend]] (who would inspire the B-side "Talk Tonight") answered the phone like that.


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* StepUpToTheMicrophone: "Don't Look Back in Anger" is the first track sung by Noel, which would lead to the band becoming a VocalTagTeam.


[[caption-width-right:350:''"Where were you while we were getting high?"'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Where were you while we were getting high?"'']]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Another sunny afternoon, walking to the sound of my favorite tune."'']]


* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Roll With It" ("I think I've got a feeling I lost inside..."), "Some Might Say" ("you know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).

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* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Roll With with It" ("I think I've got a feeling I lost inside..."), "Some Might Say" ("you know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).


The album was listed at #378 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'', at #67 on Magazine/{{NME}}'s [[UsefulNotes/NME500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime response list]], was included on Magazine/{{Time|Magazine}}'s [[TimeAllTime100Albumbs 2006 list of their all-time essential albums]], and is currently the 77th-most-acclaimed album of all time according to Website/AcclaimedMusic's [[UsefulNotes/AcclaimedMusicAllTimeTopAlbums compilation of various critics' lists]].

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The album was listed at #378 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'', at #67 on Magazine/{{NME}}'s [[UsefulNotes/NME500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime response list]], was included on Magazine/{{Time|Magazine}}'s [[TimeAllTime100Albumbs [[TimeAllTime100Albums 2006 list of their all-time essential albums]], and is currently the 77th-most-acclaimed album of all time according to Website/AcclaimedMusic's [[UsefulNotes/AcclaimedMusicAllTimeTopAlbums compilation of various critics' lists]].


The album was listed at #378 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''.

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The album was listed at #378 in Magazine/RollingStone's ''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime''.
''Music/RollingStone500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime'', at #67 on Magazine/{{NME}}'s [[UsefulNotes/NME500GreatestAlbumsOfAllTime response list]], was included on Magazine/{{Time|Magazine}}'s [[TimeAllTime100Albumbs 2006 list of their all-time essential albums]], and is currently the 77th-most-acclaimed album of all time according to Website/AcclaimedMusic's [[UsefulNotes/AcclaimedMusicAllTimeTopAlbums compilation of various critics' lists]].




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# Untitled (0:44)



# Untitled (0:40)

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[[AC: Bonus Tracks (Deluxe Edition)]]
# "Talk Tonight" (4:24)
# "Acquiesce" (4:29)
# "Headshrinker" (4:42)
# "It's Better People" (4:01)
# "Rockin' Chair" (4:40)
# "Step Out" (3:45)
# "Underneath the Sky" (3:25)
# "[[Music/{{Slade}} Cum On Feel the Noize]]" (5:13)
# "Round Are Way" (5:45)
# "The Swamp Song"[[note]]excerpts are used as the untitled tracks on the album[[/note]] (4:23)
# "The Masterplan" (5:26)
# "Bonehead's Bank Holiday"[[note]]inserted on vinyl edition between the first untitled track and "Some Might Say"[[/note]] (4:03)
# "Champagne Supernova"[[note]]mix by Brendan Lynch[[/note]] (6:59)
# "[[Music/TheBeatles You've Got to Hide Your Love Away]]" (2:18)



* BonusTrack: "Bonehead's Bank Holiday" was included on vinyl editions of the album.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The line "All your dreams are made, when you're chained to the mirror and the razor blade" in "Morning Glory" is just a really nice way of saying the song's narrator is addicted to cocaine.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The line "All your dreams are made, when you're chained to the mirror and the razor blade" in "Morning Glory" is just a really nice way of saying the song's narrator is addicted to cocaine.cocaine.
* {{Instrumental}}s: "The Swamp Song", which is the source of the two untitled tracks.



* LyricsVideoMismatch: The music video for "Morning Glory" has the band [[CeilingBanger performing the song loudly in an apartment complex]], while the building's other tenants come up to the door to bang on it and yell at them to keep it down. It is {{justified|Trope}}, though; if they made a video depicting cocaine use (see GettingCrapPastTheRadar above), it would ''never'' air on television.

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* LyricsVideoMismatch: The music video for "Morning Glory" has the band [[CeilingBanger performing the song loudly in an apartment complex]], while the building's other tenants come up to the door to bang on it and yell at them to keep it down. It is {{justified|Trope}}, {{Justified|Trope}}, though; if they made a video depicting cocaine use (see GettingCrapPastTheRadar above), it would ''never'' air on television.

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* AntiRoleModel: In "Don't Look Back in Anger":
-->''And please don't put your life in the hands\\
Of a rock 'n roll band\\
Who'll throw it all away''


* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Some Might Say" ("you know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).

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* BrokenRecord: The endings of "Roll With It" ("I think I've got a feeling I lost inside..."), "Some Might Say" ("you know what some might say!") and "Morning Glory" (the whole chorus).

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