Definitely Maybe

Oasis - Definitely Maybe
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Based on 6 reviews
1994 Ratings: #3 / 372
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Based on 387 ratings
1994 Ratings: #21
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August 30, 1994 / Release Date
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They wanted to be The Beatles so bad but they became Oasis...still fantastic baby
As someone would say : Biblical.

It is a great piece of music. It's enjoyable, it's fun, it feels like the entire band is just taking so much pleasure while recording the album.
The music is great, Liam Gallagher's voice is at its peak on this album and it's actually hard to find a flaw to this album.

Another feel-good album to listen at as much as you'd like to.
A great and simple rock and roll debut album. Oasis keep it simple in this album and it still holds up as their best album they have ever released.

Favourite tracks: Slide Away, Supersonic, Rock 'N' Roll Star, Live Forever, Cigarettes & Alcohol
A bit more unpolished than its successor, it still is a classic 1990's brit-pop record that critics still poll and that brits still brag about.

Best songs: Shakermaker, Live Forever, Supersonic Cigarettes & Alcohol, Slide Away.
Great debut by a great band. Supersonic, Slide Away, Shakermaker, and Rock N Roll Star are the best songs in the record
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Added on: October 13, 2012