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Definitely Maybe [VINYL] Original recording remastered

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Product details

  • Vinyl (19 May 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Ignition
  • ASIN: B00IN5KZ6S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  DVD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (230 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,276 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Rock 'n' Roll Star
2. Shakermaker
3. Live Forever
4. Up In The Sky
5. Columbia
6. Supersonic
7. Bring It On Down
8. Cigarettes & Alcohol
9. Digsy's Dinner
10. Slide Away
See all 11 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Supersonic
2. Bring It On Down
3. Cigarettes & Alcohol
4. Digsy's Dinner
5. Slide Away
6. Married With Children

Product Description

To celebrate the twentieth year since the release of their debut album, Oasis are re-releasing their first three studio albums over the course of 2014. All three albums have been meticulously remastered and released in chronological order, with a carefully-selected collection of rarities and additional tracks taken from Oasis label Big Brother Recordings and the band’s own archives.

This is the 2 disc vinyl edition.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5 stars

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Robbie Swale VINE VOICE on 8 Oct 2007
Format: DVD
If you ask me, this is the first time I have felt that it might be worth buying an album DVD equivalent. The Definitely Maybe DVD includes, of course, all the songs, including videos and live performances of each song. The chances are you already own the album itself, so it's the visuals and the live performances you'll be interested in. And both are definitely worth while, although possibly not particularly in the long term - depends what sort of fan you are.

And if you are the sort of fan I am, then that may not be why you got this DVD at all - the key to Oasis (as many fans will know) is the combination between the music and the men. And in the interviews on this DVD, the men are in fine form. They are full of anecdotes, as you would be in recalling one of the most pivotal events in your life (and in modern music history). The brilliant stories of the recording studio on an island, which meant the lads had to leave the pub early to avoid being cut off, and tales of drug-stealing, tractor driving shenanigans with the Stone Roses are joyous, and hilarious, and will catch you up in the magic of the beginnings of Brit Pop. So will the stories from the technicians - dealing with Liam Gallagher for the first time, or pushing the volume up to the max so that Definitely Maybe was the loudest album on the juke box for the year after its release.

And for anyone that doesn't own the album, then remember that this is the classic oasis - raw, swaggering and brilliant. From the ripped off intros to Shakermaker and Cigarrettes and Alcohol to the wonderful solos and sweeping melodies of Live Forever and Slide Away, to the minimalist brilliance of Married With Children and Sad Song, this is a superb, superb album.

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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Fred Says on 20 May 2014
Format: Vinyl Verified Purchase
This is a five star album.

However, the sound quality on this new 2014 double album re-master is not a patch on the original CD version.

The definition has been compressed almost out of existence.

It's a great pity that increasingly vinyl re-masters and a number of new releases for that matter, are being produced from highly compressed, bass heavy files.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MDD on 17 Jun 2008
Format: Audio CD
The best album to come out of Britain since 'Sgt Pepper', this is an awe inspiring album. A real rocker of an album, it contains so many classics that it will blow your mind. With a great songwriter in Noel Gallagher, and a great singer in Liam Gallagher, you can't go wrong. Right through the album, you'll be amazed as to how Noel Gallgher puts his emotions into song, aided by his younger brother's unmistakeable sneering voice.

From the fantastic opener 'Rock n' Roll Star', you know these guys mean business. Following on from the opener and the fun 'Shakermaker', the album goes into one of the bands great highlights - 'Live Forever'. When Liam Gallagher's vocals kick in after the introduction, it'll make you sit up straight. The lyrics are absolutely beautiful, the guitar playing is immense, the vocals are superb... everything about it is just so right! Genius - and only three songs in. 'Up in the Sky' is a great dig at Thatcher's Britain moulded around a happy sounding tune. Try doing that on your debut album, Arctic Monkeys! 'Columbia' is just awesome. Originally an instrumental, 'trippy' lyrics were put in the song. It's a real guitar driven rocker based around three simple chords. It's so good it'll make you want to pick up a guitar even though you don't know how to play one, and play along! 'Supersonic' - the band's first ever single - is an example of how to make a simple tune sound great and 'Bring It On Down' is probably the most aggressive sounding tune on the album, a real adrenaline filled 4 minutes of action. 'Cigarettes and Alcohol' cheekily borrows a riff from T-Rex, and builds a great song out of it while you will also want to be shouting "You've gotta make it happen!" like Liam Gallagher.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Merry Terry on 5 Sep 2006
Format: Audio CD
Once every so often, a debut album comes along that is so self-assured, so complete in its own self-belief that it takes you along with it. It doesn't even need to be the most accomplished or the most profound.

"Definitely Maybe" sounds like it's very good and it knows it.

From the opening noise of "Rock And Roll Star", it's not shy. Here we discovered the best rock and roll vocalist for a generation and his brother who had an instinctive songwriting ability.

Never mind the short-fall of the others. The drumming is rudimentary, the bass is buried and the rhytmn guitar is workmanlike. But that doesn't seem to matter. They all fall into line behind the force of the songs.

"Live Forever" is brash and emotive and beautiful and definite. "Supersonic" is all arrogant swagger and attitude and sounds perfect. "Bring It On Down" is corrosive punk which works despite some of the worst drumming on a great album ever to have happened. "Slide Away" is stunning and moving. Yeah alright "Digsy's Dinner" is just ok and "Married With Children" might not cut the mustard but they're not bad enough to detract from the quality of this album.

A statement of intent that still sounds essential.
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