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|1.||"Wall Of Glass" (3:42)|
|3.||"Greedy Soul" (3:36)|
|4.||"Paper Crown" (3:28)|
|5.||"For What It's Worth" (4:09)|
|6.||"When I'm In Need" (4:23)|
|1.||"You Better Run" (3:25)|
|2.||"I Get By" (3:09)|
|4.||"Come Back To Me" (3:22)|
|5.||"Universal Gleam" (4:12)|
|6.||"I've All I Need" (4:11)|
After Beady Eye split in 2014, Liam Gallagher appeared conflicted about whether he would pursue a solo career, resolving in 2016 that this year's album was set in stone. Fans of previous work will undoubtedly be contented with solo debut 'As You Were', with it channelling the British pop influence, singalong riffs and the classic anthemic writing that Oasis were famed for. As expected from a Gallagher brother, the album is drenched in hubris, but Liam lets his guard down with surprising and rare moments of what seems to be vulnerability. Aside from the cocky rock and roll swagger, it's these moments that give 'As You Were' a little more depth than people were perhaps expecting.
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