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Different Gear, Still Speeding
Studio album by Beady Eye
Released28 February 2011
RecordedAutumn 2010 (Autumn 2010) at RAK Studios, London
LabelBeady Eye Records
ProducerSteve Lillywhite
Singles from Different Gear, Still Speeding
  1. "Bring the Light"
    Released: 22 November 2010
  2. "Four Letter Word"
    Released: 17 January 2011
  3. "The Roller"
    Released: 21 February 2011
  4. "Millionaire"
    Released: 2 May 2011[1]
  5. "The Beat Goes On"
    Released: 11 July 2011[2]

Different Gear, Still Speeding is the debut album by the English rock band Beady Eye, released on 28 February 2011.[11] It debuted at #3 in the UK albums chart selling 66,817 in the first week, and had sold approximately 157,000 copies in the UK as of November 2011.[12] On the album all members contributed to the instrumentation, much like the latter days of Oasis.

Track listing

All songs written and composed by Gallagher/Archer/Bell except where noted. 

Special Edition

There is a special edition of the album, which includes a DVD with music videos for "Bring the Light", "Four Letter Word" and "Sons of the Stage", as well as a documentary entitled RAK Them Out.[14] Japanese copies will include the music video for "The Roller".[13] A Japan-only "Limited Tour Edition" includes a bonus DVD featuring highlights from the concert in Paris on 13 March 2011, containing twelve songs in 52 minutes, and music videos including "The Beat Goes On".


Reviews of the album have been mostly positive. According to review compiler Metacritic, the album holds a 65.[15]

Simon Goddard, reviewing for Q, gave the album four-out-of-five stars and described it as "the strongest record Liam's made" since (What's the Story) Morning Glory?,[16] while Garry Mulholland, in his three-star review for Uncut, denied that the album "remotely matches" Definitely Maybe, but felt the album was a step in the right direction from Oasis. Mojo also gave the album four stars, citing Gallagher's singing as a highlight.[4] The Fly, however, remarked that the album was "dull", and a disappointment, while Scotland on Sunday added that Noel Gallagher is missed as a songwriting partner.[17][18] The BBC and The Independent both commented that the album bests Oasis' later music, if not lacking innovation from the previous group,[4] while The Sun praised the album's simplicity and variety, citing "Bring the Light" as a surprising highlight, a comment that NME repeated.[5] The album is generally agreed to have surpassed expectations: Mojo remarking that the album "shaped up better than many imagined," and Q saying that it "decimates all negative preconceptions."


Beady Eye
  • Liam Gallagher – vocals, tambourine
  • Gem Archer – guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Andy Bell – guitars, bass guitar, keyboards, backing vocals
  • Chris Sharrock – drums
Additional personnel
  • Nonvula Walinga – backing vocals on tracks 6 and 8
  • Victoria Akintola – backing vocals on tracks 6 and 8
  • Steve Lillywhite – production
  • Jonathan Shakhovskoy – engineering, mixing
  • Rich Cooper – mixing assistance
  • Helen Atkinson – recording assistance
  • John Davis – mastering
  • Lawrence Watson – photography
  • Paul Heywood – photography
  • Steve Gullick – photography


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  3. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Different Gear, Still Speeding – Beady Eye". Allmusic. Retrieved 1 November 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d Reviews of Different Gear, Still Speeding by Beady Eye, collected by Any Decent Music
  5. ^ a b Beady Eye – Album Review: Beady Eye – Different Gear, Still Speeding (Beady Eye Records)
  6. ^ Beady Eye, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding'
  7. ^ Beady Eye – Different Gear, Still Speeding | Clash Music Latest Album Review
  8. ^ Critic Reviews for Different Gear, Still Speeding at Metacritic
  9. ^ Album Review: Beady Eye / ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’ (Beady Eye Records) – 2011 THE-FLY.CO.UK
  10. ^ Beady Eye – 'Different Gear, Still Speeding'
  11. ^ "Beady Eye Announces Album Details". Beady Eye. 6 December 2010. Retrieved 6 December 2010. 
  12. ^ "Liam Gallagher: not a day goes by when I don’t think about Oasis". The Telegraph. Retrieved 11 November 2011. 
  13. ^ a b "Different Gear, Still Speeding (Japan) (Special Edition CD & DVD)". Retrieved 21 January 2011. 
  14. ^ "Different Gear, Still Speeding (Special Edition CD & DVD)". Retrieved 15 January 2011. 
  15. ^ Different Gear, Still Speeding Reviews, Ratings, Credits, and More at Metacritic
  16. ^ Goddard, Simon (25 January 2011), Liam Gallagher strikes first blow as post-Oasis years begin..., March 2011, Q, pp. 102–103 
  17. ^ Album review: Beady Eye, Different Gear, Still Speeding – Living
  18. ^ Mulholland, Garry, Liam Gallagher's bunker mentality bears fruit on post-Oasis debut, March 2011, Uncut, p. 90 
  19. ^ "Beady Eye Announced Release Date, Album Title, Artwork, and Track List of Debut Album!". Sony Music. 6 December 2010. Retrieved 7 December 2010. 
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  22. ^ Beady Eye glänzen in Independent-Charts

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