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Different Gear, Still Speeding

Released on 28 February 2011

Artist: Beady Eye

4.0 out of 5 (18 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Results 6-7 of 7

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Condition: Used - Like New

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Condition: Used - Good

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Comment: This item is in good working condition. The box or case may have some signs of previous use but is generally in nice shape. We will ship quickly, normally within 24 hours from our UK warehouse. Please email us with any queries either before or after purchase.

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Results 6-7 of 7

  1. Four Letter Word
  2. Millionaire
  3. The Roller
  4. Beatles And Stones
  5. Wind Up Dream
  6. Bring The Light
  7. For Anyone
  8. Kill For A Dream
  9. Standing On The Edge Of The Noise
  10. Wigwam
  11. Three Ring Circus
  12. The Beat Goes On
  13. The Morning Son

customer Reviews

 Average rating (18 reviews)


| | See all trfcno1fan's reviews (2)

in 2 words love it, came today made up with it if ya liked oasis back in the day then u will love beady eye

 Not really getting this...

| | See all ChrisistheStig's reviews (1)

How can people be saying this is the album of the year a month before release, agreed its been eagerly anticipated, but no one has heard the whole album yet. From what ive heard so far, expect aggression and rock and roll, but also expect some rubbish. Bring the Light was a disappointment when most people heard it, but the real intention of the album was brought out by Liam and the band with 'Four Letter Word' and 'The Roller'. Hopefully looking forward to more of that...


| | See all oasis549's reviews (7)

i never knew that liam gallagher could write such amazinmg songs. everysingle song is amazing super after great after fabuylous. it is a must must must must buy

 Expecting something new... look elsewhere

| | See all playboy's reviews (76)

Top 100 DVD Reviewer

Highly hyped album which is actually the same Oasis sound we've heard for years... Ok, maybe that's what people expect and are hoping for...but I hoped for something at least slightly advanced...

Time to move on like every other band does and not living off the same dated sound.

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