You can play it here below as well.
The verdict? Surprisingly strong, lean, mean, and sinister. There's a hint of Oasis/Beady Eye axeman Gem Archer's earlier Heavy Stereo singles but the horns hearken back to classic Stones stuff --- the kind of tunes Scorsese pilfers for gangster films.
I don't know the spoken word bit -- anyone ID that yet? -- but it adds to the purring menace in the cut.
An especially mature bit of nasty business from Liam Gallagher.
Despite the fact that he never seems to get the respect that he deserves, he keeps pushing this Brit-rock beast in new directions.
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