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Liam Gallagher|C’mon You Know (Deluxe Edition)

C’mon You Know (Deluxe Edition)

Liam Gallagher

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Oasis was always a two-head hydra that needed both parts to work: Noel Gallagher's songwriting—deceptively simple, inescapably catchy—and brother Liam's lightning-in-a-bottle charisma. Individually, neither has been able to match the heights of Oasis since their contentious split in 2009. The siblings' solo work isn't just missing the hooks and the big singalong choruses. It's also absent the competitive foil that only came from being in the same hothouse: the aim to be the star of their own band rather than rock 'n' roll in general (despite efforts to pick feuds with Blur and others, it was really always about the competition between the brothers Gallagher). Now, Liam has finally made a record that's up to snuff—full of provocative twists and killer melodies. For one thing, he's gotten really good at choosing collaborators. Three records in, he's hit on an intriguing place with producers/songwriters Andrew Wyatt (Lorde, Miike Snow) and Greg Kurstin (Adele, Maren Morris, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney).


And after decades of Beatles worship, Liam has discovered the Rolling Stones. "More Power" is a memorable ballad that builds to an epic climax, referencing "You Can't Always Get What You Want" in its opening children's choir, the lyric "You won't get the girl you want/ But you get the girl you need," and flammable blues guitar. "How I wish I had more power," Liam sings, the fire in his belly seemingly renewed. "Is this what you came for?" Why yes, sir, it certainly is. The title track strips the Stones' gospel choir flare-ups and sinister bluesy stomp and runs them through the Britpop filter, to great effect. Age has robbed Liam's nasal tone of some clarity, with Hashimoto's disease—which affects the thyroid gland—adding a slight hoarse quality, but he soars on the '70s street soul of "The Joker." All that is not to say Liam has given up on Lennon and McCartney: With its chunky drums and psych-lite flourishes, "Don't Go Halfway" has Rubber Soul vibes. "Everything's Electric" grows exponentially with each bar, piling on big spaced-out vocals and Dave Grohl on drums. There are echoes of Arctic Monkeys in the slithering "Diamond in the Dark" and bad-ass guitar of "Wave," and ELO chorus grandiosity on "Oh Sweet Children." But there's plenty of unexpected experimentation, too. "It Was Not Meant to Be" is a jolly retro jaunt, and "Moscow Rules," a collaboration with Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, is positively baroque. And "I'm Free" veers from mod stomp to psych-out to a bit of dancehall reggae. Meanwhile, the piano ballad "Too Good for Giving Up" sounds like nothing so much as an Oasis classic: capturing that weird alchemy of egotistic smarm melted to school-boy sincerity by a gorgeous melody and swan-graceful strings. Earlier this year, Liam commented that it was a "shame" Oasis broke up and that he is open to reuniting—this song could serve as an olive branch to his brother. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
More Power
00:04:23

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Hammond Organ, Piano, Writer, Synthesizer, Assistant, Sound Effects (SFX) - Nicky Brown, Choir - Emile Haynie, Producer, Drum Programmer - Paul Lee, Choir - Richard George, Violin - Eliza Marshall, Flute - Ezra Koenig, Bass - Honor Watson, Violin - STEPHEN STREET, Bass - Hannah Khemoh, Choir - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Gillon Cameron, Violin - Sally Jackson, Violin - Laura Melhuish, Violin - Mike Moore, Guitar - Andy Waterworth, Bass - Nick Holland, Cello - Stephen Hussey, Violin - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ivan Hussey, Cello - Cor Anglais, Bass Pedals - Joel Bailey, Choir - Yasmin Green, Choir - Jonathan Hill, Violin - Lizzie Ball, Violin - Una Palliser, Viola - Gareth Griffiths, Violin - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Assistant - Philly Lopez, Choir - Olivia Williams, Choir - Alex Ferguson, Assistant - Paul Boldeau, Choir - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Teniola Abosede, Choir - Dom Kelly, Bass - Natalie Rozario, Cello - Katie Sharp, Violin - Rebecca Folkes, Choir - Violeta Barrena, Violin - Naomi Parchment, Choir - Matt Wolach, Assistant - Helen Sanders-Hewitt, Viola - Nicola Hicks, Viola - Dan Oates, Violin - Henry Salmon, Violin - Dan Mc Dougall, Drums - Maleik Loveridge, Choir - Jordan Bergmans, Viola - Eos Councell, Violin - Maria Collette, Cello - Althea ( Phebe) Edwards, Choir - Angel Williams -Silvera, Choir - Kieran Briscoe, Choir - Renee Celine Vanella Fuller, Choir

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

2
Diamond In The Dark
00:03:24

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer, Mellotron, Sound Effects (SFX) - Emile Haynie, Producer, Drum Programmer, Sound Effects (SFX) - Mark 'Spike' Stent, Mixer - Adam Noble, RecordingEngineer - Michael Tighe, Writer - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

3
Don’t Go Halfway
00:03:21

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals, Writer, Drum Programmer, Bass, Synthesizer, Hammond B3 Organ - Mike Moore, Electric Guitar, Writer, 12 String Guitar - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Dan McDougall, Drums, Writer, Shaker - Felipe Gutierrez, Assistant - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Engineer, VocalEngineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Matt Wolach, Assistant

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

4
C’mon You Know
00:05:07

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Piano, Bass, Moog, Harmonica, Mellotron, Pianet Piano - Nicky Brown, Choir - Paul Lee, Choir - Ezra Koenig, Saxophone - Hannah Khemoh, Choir - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Mike Moore, Guitar - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Joel Bailey, Choir - Yasmin Green, Choir - Dan McDougall, Drums, Percussion - Felipe Gutierrez, Engineer - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Engineer - Philly Lopez, Choir - Olivia Williams, Choir - Alex Ferguson, Assistant - Paul Boldeau, Choir - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Teniola Abosede, Choir - Rebecca Folkes, Choir - Naomi Parchment, Choir - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Maleik Loveridge, Choir - Jedidiah Rimell, Assistant - Althea ( Phebe) Edwards, Choir - Angel Williams -Silvera, Choir - Kieran Briscoe, Choir - Renee Celine Vanella Fuller, Choir

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

5
Too Good For Giving Up
00:04:03

Richard George, Violin - Eliza Marshall, Flute - Ezra Koenig, Bass - Honor Watson, Violin - STEPHEN STREET, Bass - Adam Noble, Producer, Engineer, Programmer - Gillon Cameron, Violin - Sally Jackson, Violin - Laura Melhuish, Violin - Christian Madden, Piano - Mike Moore, Guitar - Andy Waterworth, Bass - Nick Holland, Cello - Stephen Hussey, String Arranger, Violin - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ivan Hussey, Cello - BJ Cole, Pedal Steel Guitar - Simon Aldred, Producer, Acoustic Guitar, Writer - Jonathan Hill, Violin - Lizzie Ball, Violin - Dan McDougall, Drums, Percussion, Bass - Una Palliser, Viola - Felipe Gutierrez, Assistant - Gareth Griffiths, Violin - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Alex Ferguson, Assistant - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Dom Kelly, Bass - Natalie Rozario, Cello - Katie Sharp, Violin - Violeta Barrena, Violin - Matt Wolach, Assistant - Helen Sanders-Hewitt, Viola - Nicola Hicks, Viola - Dan Oates, Violin - Henry Salmon, Violin - Debbie Gwyther, Vocal Production - Jedidiah Rimell, Assistant - Jordan Bergmans, Viola - Eos Councell, Violin - Maria Collette, Cello

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

6
It Was Not Meant To Be
00:03:35

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Organ, Percussion, Piano, Backing Vocals, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Engineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Dan MacDougall, Drums

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

7
Everything's Electric
00:03:36

Greg Kurstin, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Writer, Bass - Mark 'Spike' Stent, Mixer - Dave Grohl, Drums, Writer - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Julian Burg, Engineer - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Matt Tuggle, Engineer - Matt Wolach, Engineer - Friedrich Kunath, Writer

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

8
World’s In Need
00:03:36

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, String Arranger, Percussion, Synthesizer, Harmonica - Richard George, Violin - Eliza Marshall, Flute - Ezra Koenig, Bass - Honor Watson, Violin - STEPHEN STREET, Bass - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Gillon Cameron, Violin - Sally Jackson, Violin - Laura Melhuish, Violin - Mike Moore, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar - Andy Waterworth, Bass - Nick Holland, Cello - Stephen Hussey, Violin - Liam Gallagher, Percussion, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ivan Hussey, Cello - Jonathan Hill, Violin - Lizzie Ball, Violin - Dan McDougall, Percussion - Una Palliser, Viola - Gareth Griffiths, Violin - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, AssistantEngineer - Alex Ferguson, AssistantEngineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Dom Kelly, Bass - Natalie Rozario, Cello - Katie Sharp, Violin - Violeta Barrena, Violin - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Helen Sanders-Hewitt, Viola - Nicola Hicks, Viola - Dan Oates, Violin - Henry Salmon, Violin - Jedidiah Rimell, AssistantEngineer - Jordan Bergmans, Viola - Eos Councell, Violin - Maria Collette, Cello

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

9
Moscow Rules
00:03:35

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Backing Vocals, Writer, Bass, Woodwind Arranger - Richard George, Violin - Eliza Marshall, Flute - Ezra Koenig, Producer, Piano, Saxophone, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer - Honor Watson, Violin - STEPHEN STREET, Bass - Adam Noble, Engineer - Ariel Rechtshaid, Producer, Drum Programmer, Upright Bass, Mellotron, AssistantEngineer - Gillon Cameron, Violin - Sally Jackson, Violin - Laura Melhuish, Violin - Mike Moore, Fuzz Guitar - Andy Waterworth, Bass - Nick Holland, Cello - Stephen Hussey, Violin - Liam Gallagher, Drums, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ivan Hussey, Cello - Jonathan Hill, Violin - Lizzie Ball, Violin - Dan McDougall, Drums - Una Palliser, Viola - Bobby Krlic, String Arranger - Gareth Griffiths, Violin - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, AssistantEngineer - Alex Ferguson, AssistantEngineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Dom Kelly, Bass - Natalie Rozario, Cello - Katie Sharp, Violin - Violeta Barrena, Violin - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Helen Sanders-Hewitt, Viola - Nicola Hicks, Viola - Dan Oates, Violin - Henry Salmon, Violin - Jedidiah Rimell, AssistantEngineer - Jordan Bergmans, Viola - Eos Councell, Violin - Maria Collette, Cello

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

10
I’m Free Explicit
00:03:00

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Piano, Writer, Synthesizer, Melodica - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Michael Tighe, Writer - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Gunnar Olsen, Drums - Brad Truax, Bass - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Danny L Harle, Producer, Musical Consultant - Will Purton, Engineer - Alex Ferguson, AssistantEngineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Connor Panayi, Engineer - Kyle Paas, Engineer - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Jedidiah Rimell, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

11
Better Days
00:04:19

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, String Arranger, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Writer - Greg Kurstin, Producer, Drums, Engineer, Guitar, Keyboards, Percussion, Bass, Tambura - Richard George, Violin - Eliza Marshall, Flute - Ezra Koenig, Bass - Honor Watson, Violin - STEPHEN STREET, Bass - Adam Noble, Engineer - Gillon Cameron, Violin - Sally Jackson, Violin - Laura Melhuish, Violin - Michael Tighe, Writer - Andy Waterworth, Bass - Nick Holland, Cello - Stephen Hussey, Violin - Nick Zinner, Guitar - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ivan Hussey, Cello - Jonathan Hill, Violin - Tove Lo, Writer - Lizzie Ball, Violin - Una Palliser, Viola - Julian Burg, Engineer, Drum Programmer - Gareth Griffiths, Violin - Will Purton, Assistant - Matt Tuggle, AdditionalEngineer - Alex Ferguson, AssistantEngineer - Gustav Weber Vernet, Writer - Dom Kelly, Bass - Connor Panayi, Assistant - Natalie Rozario, Cello - Katie Sharp, Violin - Violeta Barrena, Violin - Helen Sanders-Hewitt, Viola - Nicola Hicks, Viola - Dan Oates, Violin - Henry Salmon, Violin - Danny Harle, Mellotron - Jedidiah Rimell, AssistantEngineer - Jordan Bergmans, Viola - Eos Councell, Violin - Maria Collette, Cello

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

12
Oh Sweet Children
00:03:14

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Engineer, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Writer - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Mike Moore, Acoustic Guitar, Fuzz Guitar - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Alex Ferguson, AssistantEngineer - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Jedidiah Rimell, AssistantEngineer

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

13
The Joker
00:03:27

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Piano, Backing Vocals, Writer - Nicky Brown, Choir - Paul Lee, Choir - Hannah Khemoh, Choir - Adam Noble, Engineer - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Joel Bailey, Choir - Yasmin Green, Choir - Anthony Rossomondo, Writer - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Assistant - Philly Lopez, Choir - Olivia Williams, Choir - Alex Ferguson, Assistant - Paul Boldeau, Choir - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Teniola Abosede, Choir - Rebecca Folkes, Choir - Naomi Parchment, Choir - Maleik Loveridge, Choir - Jedidiah Rimell, Assistant - Angel Williams -Silvera, Choir - Kieran Briscoe, Choir - Renee Celine Vanella Fuller, Choir - Althea (Phebe) Edwards, Choir

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

14
Wave
00:03:16

Andrew Wyatt, Producer, Engineer, Guitar, Hammond Organ, Backing Vocals, Writer, Bass, Synthesizer, Mellotron - Adam Noble, Engineer, Programmer - Mike Moore, Guitar - Liam Gallagher, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Felipe Gutierrez, Assistant - Randy Merrill, Masterer - Will Purton, Assistant - Alex Ferguson, Assistant - Mark ‘Spike’ Stent, Mixer - Matt Wolach, Assistant Mixer - Dan Mc Dougall, Drums - Jedidiah Rimell, Assistant

© 2022 Warner Music UK Limited ℗ 2022 Warner Music UK Limited

Album Description

Oasis was always a two-head hydra that needed both parts to work: Noel Gallagher's songwriting—deceptively simple, inescapably catchy—and brother Liam's lightning-in-a-bottle charisma. Individually, neither has been able to match the heights of Oasis since their contentious split in 2009. The siblings' solo work isn't just missing the hooks and the big singalong choruses. It's also absent the competitive foil that only came from being in the same hothouse: the aim to be the star of their own band rather than rock 'n' roll in general (despite efforts to pick feuds with Blur and others, it was really always about the competition between the brothers Gallagher). Now, Liam has finally made a record that's up to snuff—full of provocative twists and killer melodies. For one thing, he's gotten really good at choosing collaborators. Three records in, he's hit on an intriguing place with producers/songwriters Andrew Wyatt (Lorde, Miike Snow) and Greg Kurstin (Adele, Maren Morris, Foo Fighters, Paul McCartney).


And after decades of Beatles worship, Liam has discovered the Rolling Stones. "More Power" is a memorable ballad that builds to an epic climax, referencing "You Can't Always Get What You Want" in its opening children's choir, the lyric "You won't get the girl you want/ But you get the girl you need," and flammable blues guitar. "How I wish I had more power," Liam sings, the fire in his belly seemingly renewed. "Is this what you came for?" Why yes, sir, it certainly is. The title track strips the Stones' gospel choir flare-ups and sinister bluesy stomp and runs them through the Britpop filter, to great effect. Age has robbed Liam's nasal tone of some clarity, with Hashimoto's disease—which affects the thyroid gland—adding a slight hoarse quality, but he soars on the '70s street soul of "The Joker." All that is not to say Liam has given up on Lennon and McCartney: With its chunky drums and psych-lite flourishes, "Don't Go Halfway" has Rubber Soul vibes. "Everything's Electric" grows exponentially with each bar, piling on big spaced-out vocals and Dave Grohl on drums. There are echoes of Arctic Monkeys in the slithering "Diamond in the Dark" and bad-ass guitar of "Wave," and ELO chorus grandiosity on "Oh Sweet Children." But there's plenty of unexpected experimentation, too. "It Was Not Meant to Be" is a jolly retro jaunt, and "Moscow Rules," a collaboration with Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig, is positively baroque. And "I'm Free" veers from mod stomp to psych-out to a bit of dancehall reggae. Meanwhile, the piano ballad "Too Good for Giving Up" sounds like nothing so much as an Oasis classic: capturing that weird alchemy of egotistic smarm melted to school-boy sincerity by a gorgeous melody and swan-graceful strings. Earlier this year, Liam commented that it was a "shame" Oasis broke up and that he is open to reuniting—this song could serve as an olive branch to his brother. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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