Liam Gallagher urges fans not to buy Oasis reissue

Liam Gallagher urges fans not to buy Oasis reissue

DON'T BUY IT: Liam Gallagher is furious about the reissue of Oasis' debut album. Photo: Associated Press/Mark Allan

Rocker Liam Gallagher is less than impressed by label bosses’ plans to release a 20th anniversary reissue of Oasis’ debut album “Definitely Maybe,” and he’s urging fans not to buy it.

The Beady Eye frontman, who disbanded his old group in 2009 following the departure of his estranged brother Noel, has taken to to slam the album revamp, which was announced last week.


“Definitely Maybe: Chasing the Sun Edition” is set for release on May 19 and will include rehearsal footage and live versions of the songs on the original.

Oasis’ classic albums “What’s The Story (Morning Glory)?” and “Be Here Now” will also be reissued later this year.

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