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Supersonic... or the turning point of an entire generation

Twenty years (and two days) ago, five working class Mancunian lads released their debut single. Humility has never been one of the many virtues they have been well known for ever since, but I think they couldn’t possibly foresee the extent of the impact they would have on the music industry and on an entire generation. 256 more words

Music

Past Play #3 // Oasis - Supersonic

On the 20th anniversary of Oasis’ debut single being released, it was only right that this was my past play.

Having grown up listening to the band and now appreciating their music more than ever before, it’s easy to celebrate the success story of the Manc band and go on about how brilliant they were, but I’m positive we all know just how influential they really were. 114 more words

Past Plays

Definitely Maybe: Oasis 20 Years On

Though it definitely appears as if the Gallagher brothers’ sibling rivalry won’t be making way for an Oasis reunion anytime in the near future, fans of Noel and Liam’s heyday have something to celebrate. 141 more words

Music, Arts And Entertainment

Liam Gallagher Of Oasis Talks Down On Definitely, Maybe Reissue

Liam Gallagher, vocalist of British grunge-rock group Oasis, has recently commented on the band’s reissue of their 1994 debut album Definitely, Maybe:

HOW CAN YOU REMASTER SOMETHING THATS ALREADY BEING MASTERED.DONT BUY INTO IT.LET IT BE LG X— …

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Oasis fans left both excited and disappointed

British rock band Oasis announced today that their first three albums will be remastered and re-released to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 1994 debut album, Definitely Maybe. 338 more words

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(What's the Story) 20 Years of Glory?... Definitely Maybe!

Is the Manchester duo set to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut album with a re-release in remastered form? According to Mojo Magazines next issue, they are! 363 more words

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Oasis: Definitely Maybe

Listening to this album again, I’m struck by a few things. First, they don’t sound at all like the Beatles despite all the Beatle-bob haircuts. Second, it’s a pretty loud guitar rock album, and the songs are louder and more anarchic than I remember. 63 more words