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“LIVE FOREVER’ has been voted the best OASIS single by readers of [url=]NME ORIGINALS,

The Internet only vote revealed that 28.8% of voters chose the track, with 1996 chart-topper ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ some way behind in second place on 12.1%. 1994 debut single ‘Supersonic’ came third on 10.9%.

Perhaps the biggest surprise was the lack of support for ‘Shakermaker’ and ‘Roll With It’, enduringly popular live favourites over the years. And 1998’s Number One single ‘All Around The World’ comes second bottom, just pipping 2000’s ‘Who Feels Love’, which comes rock bottom.

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The full list is:

‘Live Forever’ : 28.8%

‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ : 12.1%

‘Supersonic’: 10.9%

‘Wonderwall’: 10.4%

‘Whatever’ : 9.1%

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‘Some Might Say’ : 5.6%

‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’ : 5.4%

‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’: 4.3%

‘D’You Know What I Mean’: 4%

‘Stand By Me’ : 1.8%

‘The Hindu Times’: 1.4%

‘Sunday Morning Call’: 1.1%

‘Go Let It Out’ : 1%

‘Roll with It’ : 1%

‘Shakermaker’ : 1%

‘All Around the World’ : 1%

‘Who Feels Love’: 0.9%

The latest edition of [/a]. However, there are a limited number of NME Originals: Punk! and [url=]NME Originals: Oasis They are available to order on a first come first served basis by clicking on the names.

[url=]NME Originals features reprints of classic moments from the NME for the first time ever.

To celebrate the latest issue of [/a] single of all time.

So whether it’s the string-laden epic ‘A Design For Life’, the incendiary ‘Faster’ or the early classic ‘Motorcycle Emptiness’ get voting now [url=]here.

Look out for forthcoming issues of [url=]NME Originals.

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