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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?


Double LP £23.99 RKIDLP73

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Deluxe LP box set £111.99 RKIDBOX73

Deluxe box set on Big Brother inc. heavyweight vinyl 2LP, 3CD, tape, 12" and 56 page hardback book.

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CD box set £15.49 RKIDCD73X

Deluxe edition 3CD on Big Brother.

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CD £8.99 RKIDCD73

CD on Big Brother.

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REVIEWS

(What’s The Story) Morning Glory? (Remastered) by Oasis
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8/10 Harry Brear Customer review, 7th January 2016

This is a very good album. I listened to it having already listened to the whole Oasis discography and it didn't fail to impress. Some of the tracks are a little poor but this has Oasis at their best with songs such as Don't Look Back in Anger, Champagne Supernova and Roll With It. Personally, I think that Definitely Maybe is a better album. However, I wanted this album for a long time, and wasn't disappointed when I finally bought it. I would definitely recommend this to anyone who even likes Oasis, as it is a must-have.


9/10 Jack Customer review, 1st February 2015

It's hard to compare Oasis with any other band from their era - at least, any other good one. Blur was more cerebral and affected, Suede was more sensual, and Morrissey's solo career was in transition. Whether or not Oasis was better than any of those acts is a matter of opinion, but their broad appeal certainly doesn't make them any worse, either. Personally I think they had something many of those other acts lacked: a kind of sincerity. There's something about that old-fashioned brand of rock - songs that just wear well, that bear listening over and over, chorus after ecstatic chorus.


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Oasis - Morning Glory - YouTube



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