New Found Glory is the eponymous second studio album and major-label debut by the American pop punk band of the same name. It was produced and mixed by Neal Avron and released on September 26, 2000 through Drive-Thru and MCA Records. Featuring their breakthrough single "Hit or Miss", the album was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with shipments of 500,000 units.
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It’s hard to remember now, but when (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was released in the fall of 1995, Oasis were losers. Sure, their 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe had gone straight to No. 1 on the UK albums chart, and sold several million copies worldwide. But in their first true test of post-success fortitude, Oasis could no longer claim the title of biggest rock band in the land.
Oasis’s second album, and the one that catapulted them to worldwide fame. Lead songwriter Noel Gallagher placed heavy emphasis on rock ballads and stadia-filling choruses, and admitted a heavy influence from The Beatles. What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Q&A.
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The cover photo for Oasis’ classic Britpop album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? was snapped by Michael Spencer Jones on Berwick Street in Soho, London, famous for it’s independent record shops. The two men walking in the photo are art director Brian Cannon (back to camera) and disc jockey Sean Rowley (facing camera in blue shirt). There is also a third man on the album cover that is not clearly visible. Owen Morris the producer of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? is shown on the sidewalk in the far left holding what is said to be a copy of the albums master tape
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The Beatles had rejected producer Glyn Johns' first attempt at fashioning an album from the Get Back/Let It Be tapes. On this day he put together a second Get Back LP for their consideration, although it too was rejected. Johns worked from 7pm-11. 30pm at Olympic Sound Studios in London, without any of The Beatles being present. His new album omitted Teddy Boy, as it wasn't featured in the Let It Be film, but added George Harrison's I Me Mine and John Lennon's Across The Universe. Despite Glyn Johns' efforts The Beatles remained unsatisfied, and were doubtful as to its commercial viability. In a final attempt to conclude the project, Phil Spector was brought in on 23 March 1970.
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|4||I Got You||1:54|
|5||Oh Me Oh My||3:24|
|6||Cry A Little||3:35|
|7||There Goes My Baby||2:58|
|8||I Like Cars||2:14|
|11||The Story Of My Life||3:00|
|12||Behind Closed Doors||2:57|
|13||Can't Get You Out Of My Mind||2:35|
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