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What does DOYS stand for?
DOYS stands for Dig Out Your Soul (Oasis music album)
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He said: "The album's already done and demoed, so I'm going to take a bit of time off after we've finished the Dig Out Your Soul tour.
Byline: by Paul Cole & Jack Daniels OASIS Dig Out Your Soul (Big Brother) CAN it really be almost 15 years since the brothers Gallagher first swaggered over the horizon, supersonic rock and roll fuelled by cigarettes and alcohol?
The packaging is almost arty, with a booklet that faintly recalls the explosions of colour on Radiohead's In Rainbows Fans have yet to embrace the new songs with the same vigour as they do Oasis's back catalogue, but the Dig Out Your Soul tunes - six of them - mostly survive the transition from headphones to packed hall.
But if you happen to find yourself at any of these subway stops this afternoon—including Grand Central, Times Square, Penn Station, and Astor Place—you can listen to a handful of tunes from the band’s new album Dig Out Your Soul performed by a troupe of hardy MTA-approved buskers.
It's one of a handful of moments when Dig Out Your Soul works because it does precisely what Noel Gallagher says it doesn't and experiments, at least a little, with the Oasis formula.