Following an expansion of their debut album that kicked off a major catalogue expansion project, Britpop legends Oasis will continue their "Chasing the Sun" reissue series with an expansion of 1995's (What's The Story) Morning Glory? in September. Morning Glory continued Oasis' run of U.K. critical and chart success as well as expanding their influence through the rest of the world. Singles "Some Might Say" and "Don't Look Back in Anger" were native No. 1s, while "Roll with It" and "Wonderwall"
Oasis, Definitely Maybe: Chasing The Sun Edition (Big Brother/Ngrooves) Oasis' debut album is remastered and expanded; the first in a planned series of multi-format reissues from the legendary Britpop band. 1CD remaster: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.2LP remaster: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.3CD deluxe edition: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K.3CD/2LP/1 x 7″ box set: Amazon U.S. / Amazon U.K. Billy Joel, A Matter of Trust: The Bridge to Russia (Columbia/Legacy) The Piano Man's 1987 sojourn to the USSR is
Britpop band Oasis may never be reuniting again thanks to the hilariously toxic relationship between brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher, but the band's 20th anniversary will be celebrated with several deluxe reissues, the first of which was announced today. This year, all three of the band's albums released in the 1990s will be remastered and expanded, starting with 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe, to be reissued in May. (The set's being referred to as the "Chasing the Sun Edition," to quote a
As previously reported, Oasis are releasing Time Flies...1994-2009, a lengthy compilation of their singles, on June 15. Legacy Recordings, which is handling the distribution of the set, issued a release detailing all the iterations of the set that can be purchased. The set exists in three forms. The standard double-disc set will include 26 of the band's U.K. singles plus U.S. hit "Champagne Supernova" (the U.K. edition will include all the proper singles, including "Sunday Morning Call" in
Well! After a fun weekend of sun and Easter candy, it's back to tracking the catalogue world at The Second Disc. A hearty thank-you to Joe for his contributions over the weekend, and a welcome back to our loyal readers. A few release nuggets came through the pipeline over the weekend, so let's clean house by getting some of them out of the way. More to come before the end of the day, so stick around! NME reported that a new Oasis compilation would see a U.K. release on June 14. Time Flies