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Oasis formed in 1991 in Manchester. The band released 27 singles and 7 studio albums between 1994 and 2009.

Their number 1 singles include 'Don't Look Back In Anger', 'Go Let It Out', 'The Importance Of Being Idle' and 'The Shock Of The Lightning'. All 27 singles were collected together recently on their release 'Time Flies...1994-2009'. All 7 ... Read more in Amazon's Oasis Store

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  • Audio CD (2 Mar. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Creation Records
  • ASIN: B000024JBS
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (276 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 276 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hello
2. Roll With It
3. Wonderwall
4. Don't Look Back In Anger
5. Hey Now
6. Some Might Say
7. Cast No Shadow
8. She's Electric
9. Morning Glory
10. Champagne Supernova

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OASIS (Whats The Story) Morning Glory? (Original 1995 UK Creation Records 12-track picture CD album including the superb singles Roll With It Wonderwall & Some Might Say picture sleeve booklet CRED189)

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Oasis were already dubbed the New Beatles before the release of What's The Story--within a month of it going multi-platinum, The Times claimed they were more important than the Fabs; and Liam Gallagher was inviting George Harrison to fight him on Primrose Hill. But then, you'd feel cocky enough to pick on a Beatle if you'd just recorded these songs. Obviously the singles--"Wonderwall", "Don't Look Back In Anger", "Some Might Say"--rock; but it's a shocker rediscovering just how ace the album tracks are. The minor-chord that the chorus of "Hey Now!" pivots on could liquefy a brick; "Champagne Supernova" is the sound of a band riding the nose-cone of a rock & roll Concorde, and as for "She's Electric"--ah, well. Every New Beatles must have their "Maxwell's Silver Hammer". --Caitlin Moran

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr. C. J. Williams on 12 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
It is not often that I feel compelled to write on a website but I have to say that this is Oasis at thier most amazing, ear shattering, melodic best. After this album things went seriously downhill and if Liam and Noel cannot even remeber recording this due to thier drug induced haze at the time my advice would be to go back to the drugs. For me the standout track isn;t wonderwall (overated), nor don't look back in anger (still brilliant), it is track 5 - Hey Now! What an absolute stonker of a song still being played nearly every day on my ipod 12 years on and all for the last chorus which in terms of musical arrangement and pure emotion far surpasses any other rock track I have ever listened too. Listen to i again and I defy you not to get shivers up your spine. For that I thank Oasis, for Little James I stopped buying your records. If only they were writing stuff like this now....
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Bad Monkey Mick on 30 Sept. 2014
Format: Audio CD
Of course this album is a Britpop classic par excellence all swagger attitude and tunes the soundtrack of a generation. Disc 2 and 3 are great collating all the b sides and rarities. But the remastering is awful. Everything has had the life compressed out of it another brickwall travesty. Noel's backing vocals and all the acoustic guitar tracks are just compressed into background mush with very little definition. Liam's right how can you remaster something that has already been mastered correctly in the first place? Best version is an original vinyl with Bonehead's Bank Holiday. The SACD version is great too. Or just an original CD version. Still the extras on CD2 and 3 are great. Favourite being the Lynch Mob version of Champagne Supernova. I'm guessing the songs on CD2 and 3 have not been butchered by brick wall remastering as well.
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As with the previous album the Definitely Maybe re-mastered the bass on this has been massively upped, to listen loud but in comfort you need to have either a pop setting or a graphic equaliser and take the bass right down. Other than that it's a good job done, the vocals have been greatly improved on both the original album re-master and the extra tracks, the clarity although better still means the original mater still has it's place, not everybody's cup of tea but don't let anything put you off buying this.

Disc's 2 and 3 are worth having even if you like the mix of the album re-master, I have most of the tracks on Japanese issues or rarities and re-mastered I found them a lot better clarity. Unlike DM I don't think most of these tracks are meant to played full pelt, it's nice to hear tracks like Talk Tonight, It's Better People, The Masterplan and Brendon Lynch's mix of Champagne Supernova and and able to hear the instruments separated, Paul Wellers lead sections on CS is fantastic hearing the solo's as they really should have been!!!!!!!!!!!! Overall well impressed with the work done on both re-masters!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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By MDD on 19 Jun. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Music toffs will always scoff at Oasis, but this album is simply irrisistable. First of, let's get some things straight here: This album is entirely unoriginal. There is nothing new here - you'll listen and you'll go 'oh, that sounds a bit like *INSERT CLASSIC BRITISH GUITAR ACT OF YESTERYEAR*'.

It doesn't seek to make an 'artistic point' either. No point in analysing the lyrics to the majority of these tunes. It would be best to look at their b-sides if you want heartfelt meaning to Oasis tunes.

But the fact is these things don't matter in the slightest - and the music toffs are far too narrow minded to realise this. The album is bursting with hooks and melodies that you'll be whistling to all day long. It's impossible not to be swept off your feet by the optimistic and all round positive feel of the album - it's gives you the urge to singalong to every tune.

The lesser known tunes such as Cast No Shadow and Hey Now are lyrically the best on the album and you actually make sense of them but for the most part it's all big, loud and fun. And it's all done with conviction. And it's heartfelt. There's nothing contrived or forced about these songs (which is what many rock acts do when they crace mainstream success - you can tell it's all forced... ahem, Kings of Leon). This makes you care for these songs and it makes you think Noel Gallagher was having as much fun and feeling the same emotions when he was writing the songs as it is to listen to them.

Vocals wise, Liam Gallagher just gets on top of the songs like no other singer in rock could. There's a snarling confidence to his voice without sounding confrontational.
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By JKM on 26 April 2013
Format: Audio CD
In many ways I personally shouldn't particularly like this album. I'm not really a fan of the Gallagher's, as personalities, I shouldn't rate the vocals much either, but this is just one of those albums, that just seems to work. This is driven mainly by the quality of the actual music and whilst they will never rank among the great singers, somehow the vocal's seem to fit with the music perfectly.

"Hello" is an OK opener. However the album really comes to life with "Roll With It" followed by the excellant "Wonderwall" and "Don't Look Back In Anger". "Hey Now!" isn't quite as good, but still perfectly fine. This is followed by a little guitar break before Oasis crank up "Some Might Say". "Cast No Shadow" is a pretty good ballad. "She's Electric" has a really catchy tune. "Morning Glory" a short guitar break and the closing "Champagne Supernova" conclude the album with a nice balance.

Many drew comparisions between Oasis and The Beatles at the time, but for me their more rocky, bluesy sound is closer to The Rolling Stones. I wonder how many others would share this view?

Definately a 90's classiic then, although it shouldn't be my cup of tea, as an album it has to be 5 stars.
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