Oasis reveal extra ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ songs and remixes

New songs will be available as part of deluxe box set

Oasis have revealed details of further remixes of songs from their forthcoming new album ‘Dig Out Your Soul’, out October 6, plus two new songs.

New songs ‘I Believe In All’ and ‘Boy With The Blues’ will be released as part of a vinyl box set version of ‘Dig Out Your Soul’, which is available to pre-order from the newly-relaunched official Oasis website, Oasisinet.com.

‘Boy With The Blues’ was written by Liam Gallagher circa 2005 and features a gospel choir. ‘I Believe In All’, meanwhile, was recently written as part of the ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ sessions.


Meanwhile, Primal Scream cohort and Reverend And The Makers producer Jagz Kooner has remixed album tracks ‘The Turning’ and forthcoming single ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’. Death In VegasRichard Fearless has remixed ‘To Be Where There’s Life’. The remixes will also be included on the box set tracklisting.

As was previously announced by the band, The Chemical Brothers have remixed ‘Falling Down’. Their version will be released as the B-side of ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’, out September 29. The remix was the first ever officially-sanctioned remix of an Oasis song.

The aforementioned remixes will be available as part of a box set version of ‘Dig Out Your Soul’, which is available to pre-order from the official Oasis website, Oasisinet.com, which has recently been relaunched.

Oasis announced details of a UK tour today (August 15). Head to the Oasis tour news story to see the full dates and to find out how to get tickets.

So is Oasis’ ‘Shock Of The Lightning’ any good?. Got to the NME blog now to check out what our reviewers made of Oasis’ comeback.


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