Released: April 2002

The first single from 'Heathen Chemistry' combines all the hard rock bluster of early Oasis with the forays into mysticism that marked Oasis 2.0. Forget the lazy video, or those nagging Stereophonics comparisons that have haunted the track over the years (ie that it sounds like 'Same Size Feet'), this is classic Oasis songwriting at its best. Awarded a spot at the top of the charts (their sixth to do so) for a week before getting rudely dislodged by Sugababes, it's yet another reminder of what the Gallagher two could get round to when they put their minds to it.

 
 

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