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Produced by David Holmes & Noel Gallagher. Album Who Built the Moon? The Man Who Built the Moon Lyrics. Make room for the man who built the moon He arrived on a knackered horse Made no sound from the day he left town No one said a word of course I believe he was wearing on his sleeve A heart made of black and stone I said, my love I think I’ve had enough I’m gonna find my. way back home.

Who Built the Moon? is the third studio album by English rock band Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. It was released on 24 November 2017, through Sour Mash Records. The album was produced by David Holmes. Who Built the Moon? was a work in progress since Chasing Yesterday was being recorded, Noel has stated in interviews that this album was being recorded not only during those sessions but also during the Chasing Yesterday World Tour.

Who Built The Moon? Released: 24/11/2017. 10. The Man Who Built The Moon Lyrics.

It's hard to blame Noel Gallagher for opting for stability over adventure once he disbanded Oasis. After spending nearly 20 years battling his brother Liam, he needed to take things easy, and if his solo records - Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds (2011) and Chasing Yesterday (2015) - were a little too calm, consider it a consequence of navigating himself out of chaos.

Год релиза - любой - 1989.

With every solo release, Noel Gallagher engages more of his experimental impulses. Here he celebrates turning 50 by delivering his most dynamic and spirited record in over 20 years. It’s also his most adventurous to date, full of kaleidoscopic ambition, propulsive rhythms, and, on the bracing glam romp Holy Mountain, a tin whistle.

For sure, the die-hard fans of Oasis continue to clamor for a kiss and make-up between the forever-feuding brothers, Noel and Liam, hoping for a reunion and a possible new album under the beloved Britpop-associated band’s name.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Fort Knox Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 3:58
2 Holy Mountain Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 3:54
3 Keep on Reaching Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 3:24
4 It's a Beautiful World Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 5:17
5 She Taught Me How to Fly Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 5:02
6 Be Careful What You Wish For Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 5:40
7 Black & White Sunshine Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 3:41
8 Interlude (Wednesday, Pt. 1) Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 2:10
9 The If Love Is the Law Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 3:25
10 The Man Who Built the Moon Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 4:28
11 End Credits (Wednesday, Pt. 2) Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 2:32
12 Dead in the Water [Live at RTE 2FM Studios, Dublin] Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher 5:23

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher - Who Built the Moon? album download

Performer: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds / Noel Gallagher

Title: Who Built the Moon?

Duration: 48:54

Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,British Trad Rock

Genre: Rock/Pop

Size MP3: 1728 mb

Size FLAC: 1405 mb

Rating: 4.2 / 5

Votes: 353

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Ventelone
An album that's going to be as divisive as it will be capable of standing the test of time in Noel Gallagher's discography, I think. He does what he does best—pop melodies delivered with warm, truly underrated vocals—and David Holmes's influence is a welcome and organic addition. I could take or leave the first interlude, but what a great set of songs.
Ventelone
An album that's going to be as divisive as it will be capable of standing the test of time in Noel Gallagher's discography, I think. He does what he does best—pop melodies delivered with warm, truly underrated vocals—and David Holmes's influence is a welcome and organic addition. I could take or leave the first interlude, but what a great set of songs.
one life
As a longtime-but-critical fan of Oasis, I feel that Who Built the Moon?, is a solid return to form by Noel and his latest gathering of High Flying Birds complete with chiming, ringing guitars, buzzing harmonies and melodies that linger like that certain someone you can never entirely forget. Fitting that this has arrived in the late depths of November as there is a very autumnal -- cool-not cold, crispness to the overall tone of the album which is quite grandiose and even cinematic at times in its sonics. To quote Stephen Thomas Erlewine; Gallagher used to make "a great, bloody racket and write melodies that sliced into the subconscious." The racket isn't wholly as abandoned or unrestrained as Oasis in their heyday, but the hooks are no less sharp than they ever were and the melodies are robust, evocative and highly memorable. As to Erlewine's observation and the notion that; "Noel knows how to construct a sturdy song and Holmes knows how to dress them up in flashy clothes, and the combination results in Gallagher's best album since splitting up Oasis."One listen to the gripping, hauntingly beautiful album closer "Dead in the Water" with its nostalgic echoes of "Talk Tonight" absolutely confirms this. Who Built the Moon? -- is a classic! The lad is back!
one life
As a longtime-but-critical fan of Oasis, I feel that Who Built the Moon?, is a solid return to form by Noel and his latest gathering of High Flying Birds complete with chiming, ringing guitars, buzzing harmonies and melodies that linger like that certain someone you can never entirely forget. Fitting that this has arrived in the late depths of November as there is a very autumnal -- cool-not cold, crispness to the overall tone of the album which is quite grandiose and even cinematic at times in its sonics. To quote Stephen Thomas Erlewine; Gallagher used to make "a great, bloody racket and write melodies that sliced into the subconscious." The racket isn't wholly as abandoned or unrestrained as Oasis in their heyday, but the hooks are no less sharp than they ever were and the melodies are robust, evocative and highly memorable. As to Erlewine's observation and the notion that; "Noel knows how to construct a sturdy song and Holmes knows how to dress them up in flashy clothes, and the combination results in Gallagher's best album since splitting up Oasis."One listen to the gripping, hauntingly beautiful album closer "Dead in the Water" with its nostalgic echoes of "Talk Tonight" absolutely confirms this. Who Built the Moon? -- is a classic! The lad is back!
Wetiwavas
I have always liked Noel better than Liam. Noel writes better songs and has better vocals. Noel's time away from Oasis has been slow but also progressively better with each passing release, and with Who Built The Moon, he almost nailed it. Part of what made Chasing Yesterday so charming was the earnestness of the material and the performance. Noel had always been the more serious one, lacking the swagger that Liam had, but he Noel's songs are more contemplative, raw and sincere.WBTM, continues with the same feel of contemplation and sincerity even in it's upbeat moments which makes WBTM, a somewhat odd record; songs like Holy Mountain and Keep On Reaching almost beckons you to dance to it but in a restrained, controlled way and not footloose. That doesn't mean the album isn't great; it is great. Knowing Noel, WBTM is a step outside of his comfort zone which is an entirely good thing; the entire point of Rock music's legitimacy, is that it must change and evolve and for the most part, Who BuiltThe Moon achieves that. Recommended tracks: Holy Mountain, Keep On Reaching, It's a Beautiful World, Black and White Sunshine, Of Love Is The Law.
Wetiwavas
I have always liked Noel better than Liam. Noel writes better songs and has better vocals. Noel's time away from Oasis has been slow but also progressively better with each passing release, and with Who Built The Moon, he almost nailed it. Part of what made Chasing Yesterday so charming was the earnestness of the material and the performance. Noel had always been the more serious one, lacking the swagger that Liam had, but he Noel's songs are more contemplative, raw and sincere.WBTM, continues with the same feel of contemplation and sincerity even in it's upbeat moments which makes WBTM, a somewhat odd record; songs like Holy Mountain and Keep On Reaching almost beckons you to dance to it but in a restrained, controlled way and not footloose. That doesn't mean the album isn't great; it is great. Knowing Noel, WBTM is a step outside of his comfort zone which is an entirely good thing; the entire point of Rock music's legitimacy, is that it must change and evolve and for the most part, Who BuiltThe Moon achieves that. Recommended tracks: Holy Mountain, Keep On Reaching, It's a Beautiful World, Black and White Sunshine, Of Love Is The Law.
Gann
Great album! Not beautiful like Chasing Yesterday but very good.
Gann
Great album! Not beautiful like Chasing Yesterday but very good.
Domarivip
In this subjective journey of experimentation, he only manages to step on his tail, giving the impression of wanting to escape as far as possible from a glorious past, instead of trying to find glory in new lands, with new formulas. Poor and forced.
Domarivip
In this subjective journey of experimentation, he only manages to step on his tail, giving the impression of wanting to escape as far as possible from a glorious past, instead of trying to find glory in new lands, with new formulas. Poor and forced.