5 Stellar Albums Turning 25 in 2020…

The best of the past

Here are 5 stellar albums, selected by
Turn Up The Volume, turning 25 in 2020!

1. ‘(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? by OASIS

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2. ‘The Bends’ by RADIOHEAD

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3. ‘To Bring You My Love’ by PJ HARVEY

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4. ‘It’s Great When You’re Straight…Yeah’ by BLACK GRAPE

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5. ‘Maxinquaye’ by TRICKY

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OASIS – ‘Cum On Feel The Noize’ – BBC TV Show ‘Later With Jools Holland’ – 1995

Remarkable live moments

Band: Oasis
Song: Cum On Feel The Noize – a cover of one of 70s glam rockers Slade‘s biggest
hits. The Oasis cover was one of the B-sides of their single Don’t Look Back In Anger.
Where & When: Sung by Noel on BBC TV Show ‘Later With Jools Holland’ in 1995 followed
by a hilarious interview with The Chief and Jools Holland . No sign of Liam whatsoever.

Here we go, starting a 3.45…

And here’s the 1973 original…

SLADE: Biography

OASIS Released Glam Stomper ‘CIGARETTES AND ALCOHOL’ As A Single 25 Years Ago…

Knockouts from the past

10 October 2019

Band: Oasis
Song: Cigarettes And Alcohol
B-sides: ‘I Am the Walrus’ (live) / ‘Listen Up‘ / ‘Fade Away’
Released: 10 October 1994 – 25 years ago today
Album: On their debut LP Definitely Maybe
Note 1: NME dubbed it back then – rightly so – as their T.Rex song
Note 2: It peaked at #7 on the UK Singles Chart (higher than their
Live Forever‘ anthem) and sold over more than 400.000 copies

OASIS: Facebook

OASIS: Facebook

‘WHATEVER’ By OASIS – Played For The First Time On 30 August 1994…

Knockouts from the past

30 August 2019

Band: Oasis
Song: Whatever – stand-alone single
Note 1: The band played it for the first time – an acoustic version –
on 30 August 1994, this day 25 years ago, at London’s Virgin Mega store
in Marble Arch where Evan Dando joined them for a couple of jams
Note 2: Eventually the song was released on 18 December 1994
and it peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart

Here’s the official clip…

And here the cool live rendition at the 1994 Xmas edition
of the ‘Later… with Jools Holland‘ show on BBC

OASIS: Facebook – All Singles

Manchester Legends OASIS Released Stupendous Debut Masterpiece ‘DEFINITELY MAYBE’ 25 Years Ago…

29 Augustus 2019

On 29 August 1994, 25 years ago, Manchester’s legends OASIS released one of the best albums ever according to my ears. DEFINITELY MAYBE was a stunning life-celebrating rock album that came at a perfect moment as The Stone Roses blew their minds on drugs for five years after their astonishing 1989 debut LP and only delivered a half great second longplayer 3 months after the Gallagher Brothers took the vacant place and scored a
No 1 hit LP in the UK with their ace debut. Except for the two stinkers Digsy’s Dinner and ‘Married With Children’ all songs were euphoric jackhammers with most of them sounding like ecstatic anthems millions would sing along word by word afterward. Historic score!

Thanks to NME hyping the band in their early days I went to London in August 1994
to see Oasis play in a small venue. An unforgettable experience it was. Mind-boggling electricity! It was the first of about 30 Oasis concerts I witnessed. Their overwhelming, rhapsodic live force was unmatchable for years to come. Best time of my life! Hallelujah!

Here come three of the several masterstrokes on ‘Definitely Maybe’…

– SUPERSONIC –

– LIVE FOREVER –

– CIGARETTES AND ALCOHOL –

Album in full…

OASIS: Website – Facebook –  Discography


Golden memory…