The discography of the English rock band Oasis consists of seven studio albums, one live album, five compilation albums, six video albums, one extended play, twenty-nine singles, nineteen promotional singles and thirty-six music videos. The band have sold an estimated 75 million records worldwide and been cited by Guinness World Records as the most successful act in the United Kingdom between the years 1995 and 2005.
Oasis played its first London concert in November 1993 at a modest club, the Powerhaus. Intercut with interviews and featuring 17 tracks - primarily from Definitely Maybe and (What's the Story) Morning Glory? - - There and Then compiles footage from those 1995 shows, as well as performances taped in 1996 at one of Oasis' two huge concerts at Maine Road in Manchester
Oasis' fourth album, Standing on the Shoulder of Giants, was released in February 2000 to good first-week sales. It reached number one on the British charts and peaked at number 24 on the Billboard charts. Four singles were released from the album: "Go Let It Out", "Who Feels Love?", "Sunday Morning Call" and "Where Did It All Go Wrong?", which the first three were top five UK singles. The "Go Let It Out" video was shot. Throughout 2001, Oasis split time between sessions for their fifth studio album and live shows around the world. Gigs included the month-long Tour of Brotherly Love with the Black Crowes and Spacehog and a show in Paris supporting Neil Young. They then took a two-month break because of the birth of Noel's son. The band re-entered the studio on 5 November 2007 and finished recording around March 2008 with producer Dave Sardy.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Date de parution 14 Octobre 1996. Labels Creation Records. Style MusicalBritpop. Membres possèdant cet album3.
The British group Oasis is one of the most important bands of the nineties. This is the official book of the Oasis Was, There, Then British-European photo tour, featuring more than 150 color and duotone images. Oasis-Was, There, Then book.
This album is pompous, coke-fueled, insubstantial twaddle. Listening to the entire thing from start to finish is akin being allowed to thumb through Noel's own personal Beatles scrapbook and finding it has blow residue and "me like Beatles" scrawled in crayon on every page. But true oasis fans knew it was a fantastic album,,,, it was then and it still is today.
|1||Jam (Includes Musical Elements Of "Hey Now!")||5:20|
|9||D'Yer Wanna Be A Spaceman?||3:28|
|10||Whatever / All The Young Dudes / Changes||5:58|
|11||I Am The Walrus||7:56|