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Oasis: The Greatest Band of the 90's

Updated on June 27, 2018

My Favorite Band of the 90's: Oasis

This article is dedicated to my favorite band, in my opinion the greatest band of the nineties- Oasis the band. My obsession first began in 1995 at the age of 12 when I discovered the album Definitely Maybe. I fell in love with Oasis music instantly. I spent every moment of every day playing each track over and over again. It was only obvious these lads from Manchester had a fascination with The Beatles, as did I. In my opinion, Oasis' sound was quite similar to The Beatles and The Rolling Stones which is partly the reason why I was so drawn to them. Yet, everything about these guys were original, unique, and refreshing. Lead vocalist Liam Gallagher originally formed a band called The Rain in 1991 and later suggested the band name be changed to Oasis. Liam invited his older brother Noel Gallagher, (a roadie for Inspiral Carpets) to join the band. Noel accepted Liam's offer as long as he became the band's sole songwriter and leader.

Liam's voice and stage presence is easily recognizable. He remains one of the greatest figures in the 1990s Britpop movement. Noel Gallagher was nicknamed "the chief" because of his creativity, control, and the promise of superstardom he brought to Oasis. I think Noel is and always will be the most illustrious singer/songwriters out there. The Gallagher brothers are musical masterminds who have left a lasting impression on me and my own songwriting. Over the years Liam and Noel replaced the entire band, but we are reminded of their effortless rise to fame more than fifteen years ago, with the release of Definitely Maybe .

Music is whatever you make it and Oasis band have certainly made it! Below you will find Oasis discography, Oasis music videos, Oasis mp3 from the nineties. Enjoy.


Oasis- Shakermaker

Oasis- Definitely Maybe

Live Forever

Definitely Maybe [1994]

Oasis CD Definitely Maybe is the band's debut album released on August 30, 1994. This album was an immediate success in the UK with hit singles like "Shakermaker", "Live Forever", and "Supersonic". In America, Definitely Maybe was the beginning of their success and sold over one million copies and eventually selling twelve million worldwide.

1.) Rock N Roll Star

2.) Shakermaker

3.) Live Forever

4.) Up In The Sky

5.) Columbia

6.) Supersonic

7.) Bring It On Down

8.) Cigarettes & Alcohol

9.) Digsy's Diner

10.) Slide Away

11.) Married With Children

Oasis- Wonderwall

Some Might Say

(What's The Story) Morning Glory? [1995]

Oasis CD (What's The Story) Morning Glory? is the band's second studio album released on October 2, 1995. This album sold 346,000 copies it's first week in the UK and sold approximately 14 million to 20 million copies worldwide. Hit singles include "Roll With It", "Wonderwall", "Don't Look Back In Anger", "Some Might Say", "Morning Glory", and "Champagne Supernova". Oasis commercial success of Morning Glory made them one of the biggest bands in the UK and one of the greatest bands in the world.

1.) Hello

2.) Roll With It

3.) Wonderwall

4.) Don't Look Back In Anger

5.) Hey Now!


7.) Some Might Say

8.) Cast No Shadow

9.) She's Electric

10.) Morning Glory


12.) Champagne Supernova

Oasis- D'You Know What I Mean

All Around The World

Be Here Now [1997]

Oasis CD Be Here Now is the band's third studio album released August 21, 1997. Hits including "D'You Know What I Mean", "Stand By Me", "Don't Go Away", and "All Around The World". Be Here Now was a highly anticipated album and resulted in being UK's fastest selling album to date with 420,000 copies it's first day and over one million copies in two weeks. Be Here Now has sold eight million units worldwide.

1.) D'You Know What I Mean

2.) My Big Mouth

3.) Magic Pie

4.) Stand By Me

5.) I Hope, I Think, I Know

6.) The Girl In The Dirty Shirt

7.) Fade In Out

8.) Don't Go Away

9.) Be Here Now

10.) All Around The World

11.) It's Gettin' Better (Man!)

12.) All Around The World (Reprise)

Oasis- Acquiesce

The Masterplan

The Masterplan [1998]

Oasis CD The Masterplan is the band's first compilation album released November 2, 1998. It's a compilation of brilliant B-sides that never made it's way to a studio album. The Masterplan sold 2 million copies with popular tracks like "Acquiesce", "Talk Tonight", "I Am The Walrus", "Listen Up", "Half The World Away", and "The Masterplan".

1.) Acquiesce

2.) Underneath The Sky

3.) Talk Tonight

4.) Going Nowhere

5.) Fade Away

6.) The Swamp Song

7.) I Am The Walrus (live)

8.) Listen Up

9.) Rockin' Chair

10.) Half The World Away

11.) (It's Good) To Be Free

12.) Stay Young

13.) Headshrinker

14.) The Masterplan

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Oasis After The Nineties:

Oasis went on to release seven more albums, "Standing On The Shoulder of Giants" in 2000, a live album "Familiar To Millions" in 2000, "Heathen Chemistry" in 2002, "Don't Believe The Truth" in 2005, a compilation album "Stop The Clocks" in 2006, "Dig Out Your Soul" in 2008, and their latest compilation cd/dvd "Time Flies...1994-2009" in 2010.


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      5 years ago

      Great Blog. I wrote this blog on them. Tell me if you like it.

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      Sophia Arnall 

      6 years ago

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      Marshall Fish 

      7 years ago

      You're welcome! Looking forward to reading your future reviews of the albums, and your other Hubs, too.

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      Marshall Fish 

      7 years ago


      Nice article on Oasis. (What's The Story)Morning Glory? is such an excellent album. Great to see the All Around the World video again, with its semi Yellow Submarine influence.

      What's your opinion about the Beady Eye and Noel Gallagher albums?


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      7 years ago

      Great stuff. I've always been a big Oasis fan and was sorry to see them split. That said, I did hear some of Noels latest songs recently and I'm very impressed. Oasis used to be massive in the UK, especially when there was the huge rivalry with Blur for a time. I miss those BritPop days. Some great music came out of that time period.

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      7 years ago

      ... a very good and valid point ..... obviously you know and 'love' your music ..... lake erie time ontario canada 9:49am with second cup of coffee and thank you for your royal endorsement of my humble little hubpage - coming from a special person like you - well that really means a lot .

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      7 years ago

      ..really can't argue with this choice - although some may say - you know who - lol lol - they come from Ireland - lol - but I'll stick with you on this one says Hubpage's resident musicologist and will post this with pride to my Facebook page with a direct link back here so we can both turn on some more new Oasis fans - and yes my favorite is Don't Look back in anger which reminds me for some reason of a John Lennon tune.

      lake erie time ontario canada 2:27am

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      Andrew Orrell 

      8 years ago from UK

      I've been a huge fan of Oasis since the early days, shame they are no more. Nice write up.

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      Kelley Marks 

      8 years ago from California

      Sorry, dude, but for Nineties' bands I prefer Pearl Jam, Nirvana and Soundgarden. Yes, I dig grunge. To each his own, right? Later!

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      8 years ago from Manchester England

      How have you just discovered Oasis? they were one of the biggest bands in the 90,s and I love Oasis but Tom Radford how can you say they brought rock back onto the scene? Have you heard of Nirvana, Metallica and Pearl Jam they brought rock back in once Smells Like Teen Spirit landed it shifted all of pop culture. But Oasis best band of 90,s.

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      Tom Radford 

      9 years ago from Singapore

      Hi Nicky, this brings back memories. Oasis had their ups and downs but they brought rock music back onto the scene and encouraged me to buy my first guitar and form a band. They had some great songs and personality. Great hub, well written, lots of good detail.

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      9 years ago from usa

      really liked wonderwall, love your hub, very well written and the layout is awesome, thanks for sharing. take care.

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      Laura Izett-Irwin 

      9 years ago from The Great Northwest

      This stuff is great. Sadly, I never heard of them before. I'm just discovering Radiohead myself. I love Smashing Pumpkins and soundgarden


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