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Oasis To Reissue Definitely Maybe For 20th Anniversary
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 Friday, February 28, 2014

Oasis is set to reissue a 20th anniversary edition of its land mark album Definitely Maybe on May 19. The reissue will include rare and unreleased recording and the first in a series of Oasis reissues that will also include What's the Story (Morning Glory)? and Be Here Now.

The three disc version will feature previously unheard acoustic versions of tracks "Live Forever" and "Shakemaker," an early demo of "Half The World Away" recorded in a Tokyo hotel room and a demo of rarity "Strange Thing."

The track "Supersonic" will also be reissued on 12 inch vinyl to coincide with this year's Record Store Day April 19.

Liam Gallagher recently intimated that the band might reunite for its 20th anny, although his brother and band mate Noel quickly shot down speculation.

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