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Oasis
Definitely Maybe (25th Anniversary Edition)

Definitely Maybe, aka The Best League In The World, is now more than a quarter of a century old. The 1994 debut LP from a bunch of retiring church mice known as Oasis still towers over the British popsphere, crushing all who dare challenge it - Blur, Lewis Capaldi and nearly all of the Gallaghers’ subsequent creative endeavours to name but three (that’s so sad, Siri play ‘Wonderwall’). The thing is though … it’s still good. Like, SO good. Despite all that’s come since - lad(ette) culture, countless dreadful bands ripping off the 'Definitely Maybe' sound, ‘The Hindu Times’ - despite all that we know now, these songs still slam every single time you listen to them. ‘Supersonic’. ‘Live Forever’. ‘Cigarettes And Alcohol’. Who could deny their majesty? 'Definitely Maybe' deserves its place at the top of the pile.
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Liam Gallagher
Shockwave

Following the impressive reception for his debut solo album a couple of years ago, Liam Gallagher delivers the opening salvo from its follow-up LP, due later in 2019. ‘Shockwave’ comes on a one-sided, etched 7” single, ahead of a sub-headline performance at this year’s Glastonbury Festival. 
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Liam Gallagher
One of Us

Please please please pleeeeeeeeeease let this new Liam Gallagher single be a cover of ABBA’s heartbreak anthem ‘One Of Us’. Can you imagine - the man with a fork, in his world of soup, belting out one of Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid’s most achingly beautiful compositions. I mean, it’s not going to be - the writing credits alone tell us that 'One Of Us' is an LG original - but that’s not going to stop us dreaming. England expects.

Liam Gallagher
I've All I Need

Liam Gallagher has a brother. Technically, he has two. He now also has a 7" called "I've All I Need" which I am probably not going to listen to, but I do think about Oasis once a fortnight and I'm okay with having that much of LG in my head. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Liam has a brother.

Oasis
The Masterplan

In the beginning was the word, and the word was Oasis. Well obviously not, but sometimes it feels like there was no music before The Brothers Gallagher came on the scene and changed British popular culture forever. The Masterplan was a collection of B-sides and live fodder that was released hot on the heels of Be Here Now - a record that has become a byword for bad albums in the 20-odd years since its release - and it still managed to go platinum. Maybe I don’t really wanna know...

Oasis
(What’s The Story) Morning Glory? (Remastered)

Following on from 'Definitely Maybe', Big Brother are reissuing Oasis' second record and Britpop standard, 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)'. It will be available as CD, double LP or deluxe CD - the latter of which includes a 56 page hardback book, demos of "Hello" and "She's Electric", a replica 12", a replica cassette and a bunch of live tracks.  Just what the world needs, eh?

Liam Gallagher
Why Me? Why Not.

Hmmm, new solo album from Liam Gallagher, with the enormous shrug of a title Why Me? Why Not. Why not indeed, we might wonder. The younger Gallagher it out front and centre here, with a loyal band behind him to make his grand visions come out just as he wants them. This second solo full length is out on Warner Bros.
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Liam Gallagher
Wall of Glass

"A man with a fork in a world full of soup" was brother Noel Gallagher's droll description of perma-angry brother Liam. However the latter's post Oasis music hasn't been significantly worse than his supposedly more talented brother. This, his first solo effort, is a vibrant, highly polished effort but crucially has that early Oasis swagger in the vocal.
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Liam Gallagher
As You Were

Ex-Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher announces his long awaited solo debut album. Oasis fans will be very happy, Liam has stated that it is not a space jazz odyssey or any bizarre out there stuff, just straight up, Rolling Stones influenced classics done how he wants them. Comes in a variety of options and formats including limited white vinyl on Warner Bros.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
It's A Beautiful World (Remixes)

Here are a few remixes of one of the tracks off big Noel G's latest opus 'Who Built the Moon'. Andrew Weatherall and Mike Pickering/Graeme Park do two each so there's no room for anyone else. Whether or not either have included the scissors solo as yet remains to be seen. Limited 12" on Sour Mash.  

Oasis
(What's The Story) Morning Glory?

Following on from their barnstorming debut, Oasis proved their mastery of rock cliché by producing this - an outstanding example of Difficult Second Album Syndrome. On the one hand it contains songs of genuine craft, standout Britpop anthems that will - for better or worse - stand the test of time. On the other hand, it also contains some of the laziest cokehead nonsense that Noel Gallagher has ever committed to record. Often in the same song.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Holy Mountain

The new album from Noel Gallagher’s current project High Flying Birds, Who Built The Moon?, is out now, and here to accompany it is this natty Maxi single. Holy Mountain is a storming track featuring Paul Weller on the old organ, and this release adds an instrumental version and an exclusive session recording bonus track. 12” on Sour Mash.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Who Built The Moon?

Who Built The Moon? is the third album by 4 parts ex-Oasis, 1 part ex-Zutons band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Noel Gallagher insists that there are a number of far-flung influences on his new band’s music and the band name, intentionally or otherwise, named after the Judy Henske song, suggests psychedelic overtones. However he made this soup, fans of Noel Gallagher’s output to date will find plenty to like here. LP and CD on Sour Mash.

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
Chasing Yesterday

The second solo album by the man from Oasis who isn't the singer. Noel's music is safe as a Volvo and is made up of mid paced ballads and non threatening rockers. This of course is more than enough for much of his fanbase and tracks like “Ballad Of The Mighty I” show that he can still wring out a tune if he wants to.  
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Oasis
Supersonic

Supersonic by Oasis gets a shiny 20th anniversary reissue. Their classic debut single lifted from Definitely Maybe has been remastered and will be pressed on 180gm 12” vinyl to kick-off an ongoing chronological back catalogue reissue campaign. This 12" is a limited edition of 3000 copies for the UK and Ireland.

Oasis
Definitely Maybe (Remastered)

Oasis’ debut album, Definitely Maybe is released on increasingly ostentatious formats for its 20th anniversary. The double vinyl LP contains the original album and comes with a download of bonus content. The triple CD box set contains the original album with all the original b-sides, rare and unreleased tracks from the same era and the non-album single Whatever, which 'borrows' the melody from Neil Innes’ Idiot Song. Definitely Maybe is also available as a single CD.
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Oasis
Be Here Now

This is the Oasis album where the songs started getting uncontrollably long and slightly psychedelic; it's also the album one of the Gallagher brothers really hates, though I can't remember which one. In this Normanites opinion it might be their best work, a lush, nicely arranged record of ever-optimistic, wilfully meandering pop music. Sounds like they were trying to be Harrison but ended up on McCartney's wavelength instead. Reissue with a lot of "rare" Oasis trinkets.

Blue, Suede, Oasis, Pulp, Various
Live Forever


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