This single presents the last two tracks from Oasis' disappointing fourth album of new recordings, Standing on the Shoulder of Giants, "Go Let It Out" and "Let's All Make Believe," followed by one non-LP track, "(As Long as They've Got) Cigarettes in Hell." The new song is in the same psychedelic mode as the album, but it is a minor effort appropriately relegated to a B-side. "I don't mind not going to heaven," sings Noel Gallagher, "as long as they've got cigarettes in hell." At the end of the track, he obligingly coughs heavily, demonstrating the addiction that inspires the lyric.
AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann