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Time Flies for Oasis
Oasis are releasing a singles collection.
The British super-group - who split last August after Noel Gallagher and his brother Liam had a huge bust-up - are putting out the LP, entitled 'Time Flies 1994 - 2009', on June 14 through their Big Brother record label.
The 26-track album includes every release made by the band, including single-only songs 'Whatever' and 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' and their eight UK number ones, except for 'Sunday Morning Call' - which was the third release from their fourth studio LP 'Standing on the Shoulder of Giants' and reached number four on the British singles chart in 2000.
Ex-frontman Liam said: "I'm totally proud of everything we've done. I liked the crazy times and the not so crazy, I liked it all, man."
A deluxe version of the album will also be released, featuring all 36 videos the band ever made during their 15-year career, including special promos created for the US only, and the group's last ever recorded concert which took place at The Roundhouse in London on July 21 2009.
The compilation follows Oasis' 2006 best of album 'Stop The Clocks', which was handpicked by the band themselves and omitted many singles and notably didn't include any tracks from their third studio LP 'Be Here Now' - which produced two UK number ones 'D'You Know What I Mean?' and 'All Around The World'.
Last week, Noel made his first live appearances since leaving Oasis playing two semi-acoustic shows for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity at London's Royal Albert Hall.
'Time Flies 1994 - 2009' tracklisting:
Roll With It
Stop Crying Your Heart Out
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Don't Look Back In Anger
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Stand By Me
Lord Don't Slow Me Down
All Around The World
Some Might Say
The Importance of Being Idle
D'You Know What I Mean?
Let There Be Love
Go Let It Out
Who Feels Love?
Little By Little
The Shock Of The Lightning
She Is Love
I'm Outta Time
Falling DownPosted on 1 Apr 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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