Definitely Maybe album cover
|Studio album by Oasis|
|Released||29th August 1994|
|Recorded|| 19th December 1993 – 2nd April 1994|
Clear Studios, Manchester and The Pink Museum, Liverpool
|Producer||Oasis, Mark Coyle, Owen Morris, David Batchelor|
|Singles from Definitely Maybe|
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Definitely Maybe is the debut album by Oasis. Released on 29 August 1994 by Creation Records, it went straight to number one following on the heels of their success with the singles Supersonic, Shakermaker and Live Forever. It is the only full album to feature original drummer Tony McCarroll.
When it was released, Definitely Maybe was the fastest-selling debut album of all time in the UK and went on to be BPI certified 7x Platinum, achieving over 2.1 million sales. Since it's release, the album has been widely praised by fans and critics. In 2006, NME placed it as the third-greatest British album ever behind The Stone Roses and The Queen is Dead. In a reader's poll in the same year, it was voted as the best album of all time.
|1.||Rock 'n' Roll Star||5:23|
|4.||Up In The Sky||4:28|
|7.||Bring It On Down||4:19|
|8.||Cigarettes & Alcohol||4:50|
|11.||Married With Children||3:12|
|Tracks||Rock 'n' Roll Star ∙ Shakermaker ∙ Live Forever ∙ Up In The Sky ∙ Columbia ∙ Supersonic ∙ Bring It On Down ∙ Cigarettes & Alcohol ∙ Digsy's Dinner ∙ Slide Away ∙ Married With Children|