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Oasis posters - Ultimate Collectors set. Original - SOLD OUT
An original litho-printed Oasis poster collectors set
This is a bundle of all six posters which were used to promote each album during 1994 and 1995. These are part of the original print-run produced at the time and have been carefully stored for over two decades and only now released for sale exclusively by the Original Poster Shop. A unique opportunity to purchase original authentic posters that will only increase in value.
(What's the Story) Morning Glory?, is the second album released by Oasis in October 1995. This was their first album with drummer Allen White, this record established them as a rock group instead of a crossover indie group. It sold 347,000 in its first week and it spent ten weeks on the UK Album Chart.
Wonderwall is still regarded as Oasis' greatest song; it was written by Noel Gallagher for the band’s second album: (What’s the Story) Morning Glory and released in October 1995.
Whatever was a song written by Neil Innes, it’s a track that lasts six minutes and twenty-one seconds and it’s the longest single released by the band to that point. Released in December 1994, it entered the English charts at number 3. The poster has a slight crease mark ( not a fold) Very few of these posters left.
Some Might Say is probably the song that most defines Oasis, it was also the 31st biggest-selling single in the UK in 1995 selling 458,000 copies. This was the last track that featured the original drummer Tony McCarroll due to tensions between him and Noel Gallagher. The band won the BBC vote for best album of the last 30 years, for What's The Story, Morning Glory.
“Roll With It” was released on 14th August 1995 as a second single from their album: (What's the story) Morning Glory; simultaneously with the release of Blur’s new single ‘County House’. This sparked a rivalry between these two very different bands resulting in the Blur’s single selling 274,000 to Oasis' 216,000. Oasis performed this song at Top of the Pops, and the brothers Gallagher brothers switched roles to mock the public who couldn’t tell them apart. As well as to show their disapproval of lip-syncing.