It's pretty interesting because they cover how they recorded the album 3 times with 3 different producers and then had a tough time mixing it.
They also cover how this was the first rock album to feature "brickwalling" the mix to eliminate any dynamics and make it more "in your face" sounding.
Worth watching if you've got the time. The quality isn't the best, but it's good enough to get the point across.
(btw - it's not subtitled so if you don't speak "Scallie", "Scouser" or any other UK vers. of English you might have trouble following it )
Love it! Supersonic was the first guitar riff that I taught myself. You know, back when I believed that all great guitar leads must incorporate some crazy scales and virtuoso finger magic. Turns out that the magic on Noel's leads is pentatonic + bends + double stop in the last part = awesome. I love how great that Supersonic riff still sounds. It's usually the first thing I play when evaluating a new guitar or amp.
Oasis to me: first two records= SOLID GOLD, Be Here Now and Standing on the Shoulders of Giants= had their respective moments, but didn't seem to have the urgency and magic of the first two albums. Heathen Chemistry=Gem Archer and Andy Bell came in to help out Noel steer the ship back on the right path, and Liam made a good effort with Songbird! The last two albums= A musically mature and experienced Oasis was back to making brilliant albums with an attitude and vibe that only comes with "being the best fookin' band in the world! MEGA! MEGA!"