'Don't Believe the Truth' was sixth studio album to be released by one of the greatest British rock bands of our time Oasis. Achieving both critical and commercial success this album also won several awards including two Q Awards and a special People's Choice Award. Opening the set list is 'Turn Up the Sun' a rip-roaring kick-off that will have you craving more. As we move through the album it is evident how versatile Oasis really can be and with each member of the band contributing to the song-writing - tracks such as 'Let There Be Love' the mesmerising 'Lyla' and of course the charming 'The Importance of Being Idle' offer the listener different avenues and varieties of sound. This is an essential addition to the record collection of any fan of home-grown talent not just a fan of the band and great rock music. (John Minard) “Our best album since …Morning Glory!” - Noel Gallagher.
Oasis returned after a three year break in 2000 with their fourth studio album Standing on the Shoulder of Giants. Despite being their lowest selling album to date it became the 16th fastest selling album in chart history in the UK with first week sales of around 310 000 copies and was eventually certified double platinum. Standing on the Shoulder of Giants has a strong psychedelic thread running through the whole album and can be heard mostly on the track Gas Panic!. Other singles on the album include Go Let It Out Sunday Morning Call and Who Feels Love. Such as the standard of Oasis's previous albums this album's approach has been questioned by critics with many of them referring to the absences of two of the bands members during creation. But after all the controversy surrounding it it has since grown among music fans and has been a massive success. (Trevor Pratt)