Oasis - Definitely Maybe
NME.COM feature on Oasis - Definitely Maybe album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 08 September 1994
Originally published in NME, August 27 1994.
There are those who are convinced that an evil cabal of journalists and record execs routinely invent pop groups and then devise ways of tricking otherwise sensible people into giving them money just for the hell of it; who believe they are being sold a pup here and would like to see Oasis fall flat on their lippy Mancunian arses. They see fights on ferries. They hear rustic language. They...
- Aug 31, 2004
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Rock 'N' Roll Star
- Live Forever
- Up In The Sky
- Supersonic (Live at The Metro)
- Bring It On Down
- Cigarettes & Alcohol
- Digsy's Dinner
- Slide Away
- Married With Children
- Sad Song
All the singles, titanic AND terrible, together in one place – but does it stand up to the greatest collections of its kind?
- Jun 14, 2010
I’m Outta Time
- Nov 19, 2008
Dig Out Your Soul
- Oct 3, 2008
The band's roadie and tour DJ, Phil Smith, to display his collection at Scala in August
The Chasing The Sun edition of the band's second album will be released on September 29
'Chasing The Sun' display was due to have opened on July 18
Oasis - Definitely Maybe: Wikipedia Album Entry
Definitely Maybe is the debut album from the British rock band Oasis, released in 1994 under the Creation label. It has received positive reviews from music magazines. The first single of the album, "Live Forever", was voted Best Brittish Song, by voters of the alternative rock station Xfm London. Allmusic states that in this album the best of Rock'n'Roll, from The Beatles to The Stone Roses are mixed together. It's one of the best selling debut albums ever.
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