OASIS - STOP THE CLOCKS [2CD], album released November 20th 2006.
Encoded 192Kbps [Lame] mp3. Covers included.
Stop the Clocks is a best-of album by British rock band Oasis, released in November 2006. The retrospective collection is an 18-track double album with the featured songs chosen by Noel Gallagher. The album debuted at No.2 in the UK charts, not selling enough to knock off the top spot to The Love Album, by the succesful boy-band Westlife. It also reached No.89 in the US, starting with 18,000 units sold. It did however enter the Japanese Oricon album charts at No.1 selling 87,462 copies in it's first week.
To address some fans concerns that the release of a greatest hits album was a sign that the band were about to finish, based on some of Noel Gallagher's previous comments, the press release for the album confirmed that they are merely taking a well earned sabbatical prior to starting work on new material, destined for similar levels of success in the future. As such, this is not a full stop, but merely a time out, a dream set list, and a chance for the world to review the immense contribution that Oasis have made and continue to make to rock 'n' roll.
01 Rock 'N' Roll Star
02 Some Might Say
03 Talk Tonight
05 The Importance Of Being Idle
07 Slide Away
08 Cigarettes And Alcohol
09 The Masterplan
01 Live Forever
04 Half The World Away
05 Go Let It Out
07 Morning Glory
08 Champagne Supernova
09 Dont Look Back In Anger
THE VIDEOS [mpeg SkidVid]
Ripped from TV, edited, no logos and encoded 352 x 288 mpeg-1
Oasis - Acquiesce 
Oasis - The Masterplan 
The Acquiesce promotional video was filmed at the Electric Ballroom in Camden, London, on September 12th 2006, but did not feature the band. Instead, a Japanese look-alike tribute band played the roles of Oasis. Additional footage for the video was filmed in Japan.
The Masterplan is sung by Noel, and features all band members except lead vocalist Liam Gallagher, in addition to an orchestra. A special L. S. Lowry-inspired animated promotional video, complete with a swaggering Liam, was created to promote the album.