Thursday, June 13, 2024

Oasis stream Columbia outtake from Definitely Maybe sessions

Oasis is streaming an outtake of “Columbia”, from the forthcoming expanded 30th anniversary version of its 1994 debut, “Definitely Maybe.”

Due August 30, the 2024 set presents the 2014 remaster of the album alongside tracks from the previously-unreleased discarded original recording session at Monnow Valley Studios, along with outtakes recorded at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall – including this newly released version of “Columbia.”

The Monnow Valley recordings and Sawmill outtakes, now unearthed for the first time, offer a new understanding of the process that led to the album’s completion with the help of producer Owen Morris.

Originally launched with the lead single, “Supersonic”, the project – which also delivered classics like “Rock ‘n’ Roll Star” and the group’s first UK Top 10 hit, “Live Forever” – introduced the band to the world as one of the leaders of the Britpop movement; the impact was immediate, as the record debuted atop the UK charts.

“Definitely Maybe” (30th Anniversary Deluxe Edition) will be available in multiple formats, including Deluxe 4LP, 2CD, Coloured Vinyl, Cassette, and Digital.

Check out the package options here.

See also:

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