Which makes perfect sense. I grew up in London during the ’90s, so it was logical that the music of that decade — my late teenage years — would act as a reference point for my loss. It was a happy time, too. So, I started by doing something I haven’t done for years: I listened to full albums. (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? by Oasis, Different Class by Pulp, Automatic for the People by R.E.M. I played them every day. I would binge listen and wallow obsessively in ’90s nostalgia.
There was something powerfully orchestral about the Oasis hit tunes in the 1990s.
Stand by me and don't look back in anger are very special tunes.