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Oasis - Time Flies... 1994-2009 (Deluxe Edition) 3CD+DVD, Rock | CD Online
Time Flies... 1994-2009 (Deluxe Edition)

RELEASE DATE: June 18, 2010
BARCODE: 4381284
ITEM ID: OASISLTD_1 - CD0114388836

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'Time Flies' is the complete singles collection celebrating the work of Oasis from start to finish. Released on 14th June through Big Brother Recordings, the songs that comprise this album span fifteen glorious years walked tall alongside a staggering seven consecutive number one albums. 1994's 'Definitely Maybe', 1995's '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?', 1997's 'Be Here Now', 2000's 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants', 2002's 'Heathen Chemistry', 2005's 'Don't Believe The Truth' and their last from 2008, 'Dig Out Your Soul'. Starting with their irresistible debut, 'Supersonic' and finishing with their very last release, 'Falling Down', the album features all 26 singles - 23 Top Tens including 8 No.1's. A deluxe version of 'Time Flies' features all 36 videos ever made (all previously unreleased) including versions made for the UK and America, as well as the last ever recorded Oasis live show from The Roundhouse in London on the 21st July 2009. April 1994 it begins. Effortlessly, the classic singles, 'Supersonic' and 'Shakermaker' provided a tangible feeling that something was happening; then came 'Live Forever', where we saw a young Liam Gallagher nailed to a chair in that bizarre video and somehow the notion that one of ours could again excite, incite and not to mention, sell millions of records was very real. They virtually reignited an ailing industry and revitalised the global music scene. They did this by becoming "the most complete pop group on the planet". They knew it too; as Noel Gallagher, the band's principal songwriter, simply explained, "We're not arrogant, we just believe we're the greatest band in the World." His younger brother who went on to become one of the 'greatest frontmen of all time', once remarked, "There's Elvis and me. I couldn't say which of the two is best." Oasis owned attitude, and noise and confusion often followed. Early on, Noel said, "All I know is that the gigs are selling out and we're probably gonna get in loads more trouble on this tour." It was this kind of self belief and ambition that flung the world open to Oasis. From their landmark 'arrival' performance at T in the Park in 1994 to the now legendary gigs at Maine Road, a weekend of history-making at Knebworth, world famous venues that included sell out shows at Madison Square Gardens and the Hollywood Bowl, and stadiums from Wembley to River Plate, Argentina and beyond, as well as just about every single festival here and abroad, Oasis rapidly grew but never lost their high cool. How many bands manage that - and why? Undoubtedly, millions identified, aspired, shared the dream of the boys from Burnage making very, very good. Their outspokenness and the very real relationship of Noel and Liam kept us enthralled and amused. At times, it provided real drama, but nevertheless the humanity shone through more often than not. Oasis entertained on every level. At every concert tens of thousands united to sing along to, be moved by, be energised by and reminisce with this incredible set list - a definitive chronicle of a generation, national anthems, a series of musical lunar landings. Remember whose eyes you were looking into when you first heard 'Wonderwall'? Who had their arm around you during 'Don't Look Back In Anger'? Who did you steal a glance from during 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out'? Mosh with to 'Lyla'? Who did you want to 'Live Forever' with? And why did it all work so well, for so long, all around the world, for so many people? For a time, they did change the way we walked, we talked, the way we dressed. For Oasis it was always so simple. Liam Gallagher comments, "I'm totally proud of everything we've done. I liked the crazy times and the not so crazy, I liked it all, man." And Noel Gallagher sums it up by saying, "The fact that we kept it together for so long is testament to our love of the music. It's from the heart." The limited edition features 2 x CD, 1 x DVD of all videos (x36) - NTSC region zero; 1 x CD of iTunes/London Roundhouse show from 2009, the last ever recorded Oasis show (approx 70 mins in duration).


Disc 1
1. Supersonic
2. Roll With It
3. Live Forever
4. Wonderwall
5. Stop Crying Your Heart Out
6. Cigarettes & Alcohol
7. Songbird
8. Don't Look Back In Anger
9. The Hindu Times
10. Stand By Me
11. Lord Don't Slow Me Down
12. Shakermaker
13. All Around The World

Disc 2
1. Some Might Say
2. The Importance Of Being Idle
3. D' You Know What I Mean?
4. Lyla
5. Let There Be Love
6. Go Let It Out
7. Who Feels Love?
8. Little By Little
9. The Shock Of The Lightning
10. She Is Love
11. Whatever
12. I'm Outta Time
13. Falling Down

Disc 3 : The Roundhouse, London - 21st July 2009.
1. Rock 'n' Roll Star
2. Lyla
3. Shock Of The Lightning
4. Cigarettes & Alcohol
5. Roll With It
6. The Masterplan
7. Songbird
8. Slide Away
9. Morning Glory
10. Half The World Away
11. I'm Outta Time
12. Wonderwall
13. Supersonic
14. Live Forever
15. Don't Look Back In Anger
16. Champagne Supernova

Disc 4 : Dvd Ntsc - Region 0
1. Supersonic
2. Supersonic - Us Version
3. Shakermaker
4. Live Forever
5. Live Forever - Us Version
6. Cigarettes & Alcohol
7. Whatever
8. Some Might Say
9. Roll With It
10. Wonderwall
11. Don't Look Back In Anger
12. D'you Know What I Mean?
13. Stand By Me
14. All Around The World
15. Go Let It Out
16. Who Feels Love?
17. Sunday Morning Call
18. The Hindu Times
19. Stop Crying Your Heart Out
20. Little By Little
21. Songbird
23. The Importance Of Being Idle
24. Let There Be Love
25. Lord Don't Slow Me Down
26. The Shock Of The Lightning
27. I'm Outta Time
28. Falling Down
29. Rock 'n' Roll Star
30. Morning Glory
31. Supernova
32. Acquiesce (Live)
33. Don't Go Away
34. Where Did It All Go Wrong?
35. Gas Panic! (Live)
36. Little By Little (Live)
37. The Masterplan
38. Acquiesce

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