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    Definitely Maybe

    Definitely Maybe is the debut album by English rock band Oasis, released in August 1994. It was an immediate commercial and critical success in the UK, having followed on the heels of singles "Supersonic", "Shakermaker" and "Live Forever". Definitely Maybe went straight to number one in the UK Albums Charts on initial release. It was the fastest selling debut album of all time in the UK when it was released and went on to be certified 7x Platinum (2.1 million+ sales) by the BPI. Definitely Maybe marked the beginning of Oasis' success in America, selling over one million copies there, despite only peaking at 58 on the Billboard 200. The album went on to sell over eight million copies worldwide and brought widespread critical acclaim. The album, along with Blur's Parklife, helped to spur a revitalization in British pop music in the mid nineties and was embraced by critics for its optimistic themes and supposed rebuttal of the downtrodden fatalism evident in the dominant grunge music of the time. It was a seminal record of the Britpop movement and is still widely regarded as one of the greatest rock albums ever recorded, with it appearing in many 'best of' lists to this day. In June
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    Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

    Standing on the Shoulder of Giants is the fourth studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 28 February 2000. The album is the 16th fastest selling album in UK chart history, selling over 310,000 copies in its first week. Standing on the Shoulder of Giants has been certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry and has sold around 208,000 copies in the U.S. Despite becoming their fourth number-one album in the UK, it is currently the band's lowest selling album to date. In 1999, the year preceding the final release of this album, Oasis had lost two founding members (Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs and Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan) and hired a new producer (Mark "Spike" Stent) to replace Owen Morris. The album is an effective modern psychedelic record complete with drum loops, samples, electric sitar, mellotron, synthesizers and backward guitars, resulting in an album more experimental with electronica and heavy psychedelic rock influences. Songs such as "Go Let It Out", the Indian-influenced "Who Feels Love?", and the progressive "Gas Panic!" were a departure from the band's earlier style, "Fuckin' in the Bushes" has been considered to be the closest Oasis have come to
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    ...There and Then

    ...There and Then is a live video consisting of footage taken from three of Oasis' biggest shows from the 1995-96 "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?" tour. It was released first on VHS on 14 October 1996, then on DVD on 12 November 1997 and later re-released on DVD on 15 October 2001 which included bonus live audio tracks, and promo videos for "Roll with It" and "Acquiesce". All songs written and composed by Noel Gallagher, except where noted.  Early copies of the VHS contained a bonus 3-track audio CD. Wonderwall and Champagne Supernova were also included as bonus audio tracks on the ...There And Then DVD.
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    Live Demonstration

    Live Demonstration is a demo tape made by British rock band Oasis in 1993, prior to their rise to fame. The tape helped secure a recording contract with Creation Records, with most of the tracks ending up on the band's first batch of releases, including their debut album, Definitely Maybe. In 1992, Oasis were an up-and-coming live act in Manchester, with a small following, but no signs of a record contract. Realising their potential, Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher contacted Tony Griffiths of the Liverpool band The Real People. The two had met on a North American tour with the Inspiral Carpets, on which The Real People had been the opening act and Gallagher had worked as a roadie. Gallagher asked him if Oasis could use their studio to produce a professional sounding demo which they could then send to record companies. Griffiths and his brother Chris claim to have taught the band a lot about recording songs during that period. Around a dozen songs were recorded at the studio at Dock Road, Liverpool in Spring 1993, of which six songs ended up on the final demo tape. The versions of "D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?" and "Married With Children" were recorded at the home of
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    Morning Glory

    The Morning Glory (singles box) set is a five disc gold EP consisting of the four Oasis singles released from their second album (What's the Story) Morning Glory?; including their respective b-sides and live recordings. It also includes an interview with the band members. It was released on 4 November 1996, at the height of Oasis' popularity in the UK, and as a result charted remarkably well for a box set, peaking at number 24 in its first week of release in the UK chart. It has since become, along with its counterpart; the Definitely Maybe Singles Box (which was released on the same date), a collectors item amongst Oasis releases and memorabilia. All songs written by Noel Gallagher, except where noted.
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    Time Flies… 1994-2009

    Time Flies... 1994–2009 is a compilation album by English rock band Oasis. The album was released on 14 June 2010, the album contains all 27 UK singles released by the band between 1994 and 2009. The record features the songs "Whatever" and "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" which had previously never appeared on an Oasis album (although the latter did appear on the Dig Out Your Soul discbox). "Sunday Morning Call" is not listed anywhere on the artwork but appears as a hidden track on Disc 2, track 13. The reason for this is unknown. Five different versions of the album were released, the 2CD version, DVD, the Deluxe Box Set, 5LP Box Set and the iTunes Deluxe Edition. In Japan it entered the charts at number 2 with sales of 59,348 copies and entered the charts at number 1 in the UK with first week sales of 101,297. A boxset featuring postcards of the sleeves of every UK Oasis single was released concurrently with the album. All songs written and composed by Noel Gallagher, except "Whatever" by Noel Gallagher and Neil Innes, and "Songbird" and "I'm Outta Time" by Liam Gallagher.  The DVD includes all the music videos from "Supersonic" to "Falling Down", and in addition, previous unreleased
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    The Masterplan

    The Masterplan is a compilation album by English rock band Oasis, comprising B-sides which never made it onto an album. The album was originally intended for release only in areas such as the United States and Japan, where the tracks were only available on expensive European import singles. It was first released in late 1998. The Masterplan reached #2 in the UK where it went platinum, and #51 in the United States. However, it did gain top spot in various charts around the world, going on to sell two million copies. Four songs from the album appear on the 2006 compilation album Stop the Clocks. All songs written by Noel Gallagher, except where noted.
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    Stop the Clocks

    Stop the Clocks is a compilation album by English rock band Oasis, released on 20 November 2006. The "retrospective collection" is an 18-track double album with the featured songs chosen by Noel Gallagher; however, it does not actually include their song "Stop the Clocks" after which the album is named. It went 5x Platinum in the UK with sales better than any Oasis release since Be Here Now. The album came about due to the end of Oasis' recording contract with Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Noel Gallagher has gone on record before on numerous occasions saying that Oasis wouldn't release a greatest hits album unless the band were about to split up. However, in an interview with news.com.au in December 2005, he hinted that Sony were planning to release one anyway, and that despite his misgivings, he would have to get involved with it otherwise it'd be bad. This was clarified in September 2006, when he told the NME that when he made it clear to Sony that the band were not going to re-sign to them, the record label decided to release a greatest hits album. Gallagher then explained that he insisted that it had to be a 'best-of' because he felt a compilation of the best singles, album
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    Definitely Maybe

    The Definitely Maybe (singles box) set is a five disc silver EP of various Oasis singles, b-sides and live recordings from the early years of the bands history to the Definitely Maybe era. It was released on November 4, 1996 , at the height of Oasis' popularity in the UK, and as a result charted remarkably well for a box set, peaking at numer 23 in its first week of release in the UK chart. It has since become, along with its counterpart; the Morning Glory Singles Box (which was released on the same date), a collectors item amongst Oasis releases and memorabilia. All tracks written by Noel Gallagher .
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    Dig Out Your Soul

    Dig Out Your Soul is the seventh and final studio album by English rock band Oasis, released in October 2008. The first single, "The Shock of the Lightning", was released on 29 September 2008. In promotion of the album, the band embarked on a world tour, debuting in Seattle, Washington at the WaMu Theater, and continuing for eighteen months. In 2009, the tour concluded (due to Noel Gallagher quitting the band) with major dates at some of the UK's biggest stadiums, notably the new Wembley Stadium, Sunderland's Stadium of Light and Edinburgh's Murrayfield as well as Ireland's Slane Castle. They also performed three hometown shows at Manchester's Heaton Park. To date, Dig Out Your Soul has sold around five million copies worldwide. A January 2007 interview for NME, Noel Gallagher gave new details on his vision for the album: "All the tunes I've written recently have been on the kind of acoustic side, you know? But for the next record I really fancy doing a record where we just completely throw the kitchen sink at it," he explained. "We haven't done that since Be Here Now. I'd like to get, like, a 100-piece orchestra and choirs and all that stuff. I think since Standing on the Shoulder
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    Stop the Clocks EP

    Stop the Clocks is an EP by English rock band Oasis. The EP is a "preview" of the band's compilation collection, also called Stop the Clocks. The EP is led by "Acquiesce", and book-ended by "The Masterplan", one of the B-sides to the "Wonderwall" single released in October 1995. Also included on the EP is the demo of "Cigarettes & Alcohol" and a live version of "Some Might Say" from 1995. The EP does not contain the song of the same name, and is available only as a one-off collectors edition CD and Double gatefold 7” including an exclusive sheet of stickers. As there are over two B-sides, the EP was not be eligible for inclusion in the UK Singles Chart. Had it been eligible it would have charted at #5 with 20,858 copies sold. CD RKIDSCD 37, 2 X 7" RKID 37 http://www.oasisinet.com/GigInfo.aspx?m=g=365
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    Familiar to Millions

    Familiar to Millions

    Familiar to Millions is a live album by the British rock band Oasis. It was recorded at Wembley Stadium on 21 July 2000. It debuted at #5 in the UK charts with 57,000 copies sold in the first week. To date Familiar to Millions has sold around 310,000 copies in Britain alone (Platinum), about 70,000 copies in the U.S. and an estimated 1 million copies worldwide. The album was initially released simultaneously on six formats: DVD, VHS, CD, double cassette, triple vinyl, and MiniDisc. All songs written by Noel Gallagher, except where noted. The disc division and track lengths below are taken from the double-CD edition of the album. (This version is on one CD, (rather than two, as shown above). All songs are written by Noel Gallagher.) As well as the whole show the DVD features the following: The VHS features the whole show and a 20-minute documentary (entitled "Mad Fer It") featuring exclusive interviews with Liam and Noel Gallagher. This documentary is unique to the VHS format. Each of the six different formats (plus the 2001 highlights CD) had a different colour for its own cover art. Below is a table featuring each colour for each format Billboard (North America)
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    (What's the Story) Morning Glory?

    (What's the Story) Morning Glory? is the second studio album by the English rock band Oasis, released in October 1995 through Creation Records. The album is the band's most enduring commercial success, staying at number one in the UK charts for 10 weeks, and reaching number four in the US. (What's the Story) Morning Glory? propelled Oasis from being a crossover indie act to a worldwide rock phenomenon. It has been pinpointed by music critics as a significant record in the timeline of British indie music, demonstrating just how far into the mainstream independent music had ventured. Singles from the album were successful in Britain, America and Australia: "Some Might Say" and "Don't Look Back in Anger" reaching number one in the UK; "Champagne Supernova" and "Wonderwall" reaching number one in the US Modern Rock Tracks chart, with "Wonderwall" also topping the Australian and New Zealand charts. The album has gone on to sell approximately 16 million copies worldwide, although several sources estimate that it has sold in excess of 20 million. It won the award for the best British Album of the last 30 Years at the 2010 Brit Awards, and appears in several charts as one of the greatest
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    Be Here Now

    Be Here Now

    Be Here Now is the third studio album by English rock band Oasis, released in August 1997. The album was highly anticipated by both music critics and fans after the band's worldwide success with their 1994 debut Definitely Maybe and its 1995 follow-up (What's the Story) Morning Glory?. Be Here Now's pre-release build up led to considerable hype within both the music and mainstream press. At that point, Oasis were at the height of their fame, and Be Here Now became the United Kingdom's fastest selling album to date, selling over 420,000 units on the first day of release, and over one million within two weeks. As of 2008, the album has sold eight million copies worldwide. Oasis' management company Ignition were aware of the dangers of overexposure, and before its release sought to control the media's access to the album. Ignition's campaign included limiting pre-release radio airplay, and requesting that journalists sign gag agreements. These tactics resulted in the alienation of members of both the music and mainstream media, as well as many industry personnel connected with the band. Ignition's attempts to limit pre-release access served to fuel large scale speculation and
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    Boy with the Blues

    Boy with the Blues was released in early July 2009 as an iTunes exclusive EP. It contained two songs not previously available on general release and also a brand new remix of The track "(Get Off Your) High Horse Lady" From Oasis' seventh studio album, Dig Out Your Soul. The first two tracks were only available on the Dig Out Your Soul Deluxe Boxset Bonus Disc, whilst the third track had only been released as a listen only track on Oasisinet's Radio Supernova.
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    Don’t Believe the Truth

    Don't Believe the Truth is the sixth studio album by English rock band Oasis, released on 30 May 2005. It reached number 1 in the UK Albums Chart with first week sales of just under 238,000, and is the 32nd fastest selling album ever in the UK. The album entered the US charts at number 12, with 65,000 copies sold in the first week, the highest any Oasis album had reached there since 1997's Be Here Now, although its chart stay was brief. Don't Believe the Truth went triple platinum in the UK in the first week of 2006 (900,000+ sales), and in the US has sold more than 200,000 copies. Every member of the band contributed to the writing of tracks for the album, and the album is the first where all duties were divided between the band members. On some of the tracks regular bass player Andy Bell handled guitar, while Gem Archer and Noel Gallagher contributed bass to other songs. Don't Believe the Truth is the first Oasis record to feature the drumming of Zak Starkey, who replaced Oasis' longtime drummer Alan White. Liam Gallagher also had a larger impact on the album by his developing songwriting. Noel has said that this album is his favourite of Oasis' last four, because all members
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    Heathen Chemistry

    Heathen Chemistry is the fifth studio album by the English rock band Oasis, released in 2002 through Big Brother Records. The album was written and recorded with a back-to-basics sound with a more rock feel to it; the more crude and simple sound differs from the musical grandiosity of their previous records, Be Here Now and Standing on the Shoulder of Giants, being more comparable to their early work. Heathen Chemistry would prove to be last album to feature the band's longtime drummer, Alan White, who left in early 2004, with Noel Gallagher claiming White's commitment to the band was not adequate. He was effectively replaced with Ringo Starr's son, Zak Starkey. The name Heathen Chemistry was taken from a second hand T-shirt that Noel had stumbled across. Heathen Chemistry was recorded during 2001–early 2002 and is the first Oasis album to have significant writing contributions from members other than chief songwriter Noel Gallagher. Front man Liam Gallagher contributed three songs, and new bassist Andy Bell and rhythm guitarist Gem Archer contributed one song each as well. Although most of the song's instrumentation was complete by mid-to-late 2001, Noel indicated that the release
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    I'm Outta Time

    I'm Outta Time is the second extended play (EP) by English rock band Oasis. It was released on 9 December 2008 as an American iTunes-only purchase.
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