Oasis Plotting ‘Definitely Maybe’ Reissue, Record Store Day Release


Story by Cat Badra

Oasis are gearing up to release a ‘Definitely Maybe’ reissue and a Record Store Day set

Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher haven’t seemed to patch things up since Noel’s bitter departure from the band in 2009. In fact, just last December, told Rolling Stone, “If there is a reunion, I won’t be in it,” further adding to the belief the guys will never get back together.

Whether or not Oasis is ever a band again, the group will re-release its 1994 debut album, “Definitely Maybe,” on May 21. The deluxe reissue will be available in four sets: a standard CD, special edition 3-CD set that offers B-sides and rarities, a vinyl album with a digital download bundle and a deluxe box set packed with band goodies. As if that weren’t enough Oasis nostalgia, the band plans to offer additional reissues of “(What’s The Story?) Morning Glory” and “Be Here Now” sometime this year.

Oasis are also participating in this year’s Record Store day incentives, releasing a special Record Store Day 12″ LP of their debut single, “Supersonic,” as well as two B-side tracks, “Take Me Away” and “I Will Believe” (Live). Record Store Day will take place April 19.

For those who don’t want to wait, Oasis are currently offering a reproduction of their 1993 cassette demo with eight tracks on their official website.

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