Oasis (2) ‎– Definitely Maybe

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A1 Rock 'n' Roll Star 5:22
A2 Shakermaker 5:08
A3 Live Forever 4:33
B1 Up In The Sky 4:32
B2 Columbia 6:11
B3 Sad Song
Producer – Owen Morris
4:24
C1 Supersonic
Backing Vocals – Anthony GriffithsMixed By – Mark Coyle
4:42
C2 Bring It On Down 4:17
C3 Cigarettes & Alcohol 4:47
D1 Digsy's Dinner 2:32
D2 Slide Away
Producer – Dave Batchelor*
6:32
D3 Married With Children
Mixed By – Mark Coyle
3:07

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Limited 25th Anniversary Edition on heavyweight silver vinyl. Gatefold sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5051961070040
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RKIDLP70 A6 PHD HS 07666822-A-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RKIDLP70 B6 Ⓜ HS 07666822-B-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): RKIDLP70 C6 PHD HS 07666822-C-6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): RKIDLP70 D6 Ⓜ HS 07666822-D-6

Other Versions (5 of 114) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CRE CD 169, CRECD169 Oasis (2) Definitely Maybe(CD, Album, Dam) Creation Records, Creation Records CRE CD 169, CRECD169 UK 1994 Sell This Version
SICP 4113 Oasis (2) Definitely Maybe(CD, Album, RE, RM, 20t) Sony Records Int'l SICP 4113 Japan 2014 Sell This Version
CDDI 477318 Oasis (2) Definitely Maybe(CD, Album) Epic CDDI 477318 Mexico 1995 Sell This Version
477318 2, HES 477318 2, 01-477318-10 Oasis (2) Definitely Maybe(CD, Album, Unofficial) Helter Skelter (3), Helter Skelter (3), Helter Skelter (3) 477318 2, HES 477318 2, 01-477318-10 Ukraine Unknown Sell This Version
CRE CD 169 Oasis (2) Definitely Maybe(CD, Album, CD ) Creation Records CRE CD 169 UK 1994 Sell This Version

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yayomelendez

yayomelendez

December 30, 2020
I don't own an original 1994 pressing, so I can't compare. I just can say that this 2019 pressing is good (for oasis sound) Very good dynamics and very good EQ. Sadly, it is plenty of "little" noise. Generally speaking, is very good (But I miss the "slide in baby..." part sung by Noel in "Slide away").
Vinyl-Rex

Vinyl-Rex

August 16, 2020

This is as good as you honestly will get sound-wise for vinyl of this album as just like most of the oasis master recordings back in the 90s the album is brick-walled to red line at 11. This mastering is much richer in sound than the 2014 press and likewise 2019 (picture vinyl) release.

Classic Album!
TJK81

TJK81

December 28, 2019
edited about 1 year ago

I purchase this records in order to have it in my collection. I did not expect fabulous sound as i know no Oasis record do sounds awesomly. This 2019 reissue sounds little bit flatly, with lacking bit impact. But i am not offended with it. Records as it selves are manufacture with no issue, no cracles, no hissing. They are not perfectly flat, but with clamp... no problem They are very quiet and sounds pretty good. All and all i am happy to have these in my collection
R0B0X

R0B0X

October 26, 2019
Wow! It really sounds better, than the 2014 reissue :-)
theneomatrixxx

theneomatrixxx

October 20, 2019
What about the grey paint quality? My 2 records are ugly in terms of color!!!
norfenden

norfenden

October 11, 2019
edited about 1 year ago
I purchased this to sit alongside my original pressing. More in tribute/nostalgia than expecting it to sound amazing.

Oasis are not a vinyl band. They were mixed and mastered to sound HUGE at the time. A big FUCK YOU to everyone else around them. A statement of intent.

They're a CD band if anything, they're from that generation, mixed and mastered for. You could argue that there's more dynamically going on from the second album onwards, but Definitely Maybe is an onslaught of sound. To hell with dynamics. Ask Owen Morris / watch the (excellent) doc.

So with all that said - of course it's still an enjoyable ride, but to truly experience Oasis it was to see them live anywhere during the Alan White years IMO. No matter how many reissues or mixes of this debut album you make they won't sound any better than when they're turned up to 11 and you're piling down the front during the opening beats of Columbia in a sweaty, intimate venue (in this case The Barrowlands in Glasgow in 2001... EPIC).
IH4N

IH4N

September 26, 2019
Not quite sure what to think of this one. Sounds OK. Definitely better than the widely hated 2014 remaster, at least pressing-wise. Mine has plenty of bass... and it's not a particularly bass-heavy album anyway. Wish I had the original to compare it with, but then again I'm sure a lot of us would like that. In the meantime, this is fine.
Poppings

Poppings

September 21, 2019
Mine has a slightly weird cover, in that the image isn’t centred properly so there is no white border across the top and is thicker along the bottom. Pretty sure it’s not a fake, unless Sainsbury’s got sold some off the back of a dodgy lorry.
DiscoDaddy

DiscoDaddy

September 14, 2019
Are there 2 different versions of this knocking around?
Mine has plenty (and just the right amount) of bass, and sounds way better than the original CD.
This LP sounds more 'Live' in comparison. I've yet to hear an original LP though.

Worth mentioning when I opened the seal and played this the first time there was plenty of surface noise and crackle, a spin though the record cleaner sorted that though, there was a lot of dust and crap deep in the grooves for some reason.
kattc00

kattc00

September 12, 2019

Very nice item! Worth it..! Good addition for every record collection