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Oasis (2)Definitely Maybe

Label:Big Brother – RKIDLP70
Format:
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180g, Gatefold
Country:UK & Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Alternative Rock, Britpop

Tracklist

A1Rock 'n' Roll Star
A2Shakermaker
A3Live Forever
B1Up In The Sky
B2Columbia
B3Sad Song
Lead Vocals [Uncredited]Noel Gallagher
C1Supersonic
Backing VocalsAnthony Griffiths
C2Bring It On Down
C3Cigarettes & Alcohol
D1Digsy's Dinner
D2Slide Away
D3Married With Children
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Notes

- 20th anniversary reissue
- mat cover surface

On black round sticker on shrinkwrap (front cover):
REMASTERED
DOUBLE
HEAVYWEIGHT VINYL
INCLUDEs
DOWNLOAD CODE FOR ALBUM,
BONUS
UNRELEASED TRACKS
& RARITIES"

On rear cover:
℗ & © 2014 Big Brother Recordings Ltd.

Inside gatefold:
Remastered in 2014 by Ian Cooper at Metropolis Mastering, London.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 5 051961 070019
  • Barcode (Scanned): 5051961070019
  • Rights Society: MCPS
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A etched, Ⓜ stamped): RKID 70 A-2 Ⓜ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B etched, Ⓜ stamped): RKID 70 B-2 Ⓜ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side C etched, Ⓜ stamped): RKID 70 C-2 Ⓜ
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side D etched, Ⓜ stamped): RKID 70 D-2 Ⓜ

Other Versions (5 of 138)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Definitely Maybe (CD, Album)Epic, Columbia, Helter Skelter789.029/2-477318Brazil1994
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Definitely Maybe (CD, Album, CD, Single, Limited Edition)Helter SkelterHES 477318 6Europe1994
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Definitely Maybe (CD, Album)EpicEK 66431US1994
Definitely Maybe (2×LP, Album, Damont Pressing)Creation RecordsCRE LP 169UK1994
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Definitely Maybe (CD, Album)EpicESCA 6045Japan1994
  • tomlong9's avatar
    tomlong9
    Similar to morning glory, this remastered reissue sounds poor and dull especially on tracks like columbia and slide away.
    • dazyardley's avatar
      dazyardley
      This sounds like an absolute massive bag of goat shite.
      • Schallplatten4Ever's avatar
        Sorry. . but I think some of the reviewers appear to have had bad luck with their pressings!

        My copy has two perfectly flat records, without any clicks/ pops/ crackles,l etc.. The original release from Creation may be better, but back then I was only interested in the 7" singles, so this is definitely a worthy purchase!
        • vinylmasterpiece's avatar
          Awful Sound! Makes Your Ears Bleed! One Of The Worst Preesings I Have Heard! Waste Of Vinyl!
          • KingFloydTheGreat's avatar
            I'll have to join the consensus here: the sound quality of this is not particularly good. It is obviously pressed from the same low-resolution digital master as the CD, but I think it sounds even worse than the original CD. It sounds thin, lifeless and very low-resolution digital - kind of like an 80s CD, but with lower volume and less low-end. It's just as brickwalled as the CD as well. Don't buy this, it is a waste of money, unless you only want it for collectible reasons. If you actually want it because you want to listen to it, just save your money and buy the much cheaper CD which sounds the same, or if you can afford it, save the money for the expensive original pressing or the 2009 reissue. If you are going to listen to this, you will definitely need an equalizer on your amp because there is no bass here at all unless you turn it up. With EQ you can partly solve the "thinness" problem, but it won't sound good anyway.
            To be fair, the pressing quality is not that bad - there is not a lot of surface noise or pops here, but that doesn't justify the poor audio quality which in my opinion is a worse problem.
            • GoodTunes's avatar
              GoodTunes
              Not unlistenable, but just very poor in comparison to the excellent 2009 reissue and the FANTASTIC 1994 original pressing.
              • Hopstock's avatar
                Hopstock
                My copy arrived by mail in end August but has been sitting on the shelf until now as the one I (by habit) listen to is this one:
                https://www.discogs.com/release/1734314-Oasis-Definitely-Maybe
                The remaster is more precise sounding and definitely (Maybe...) has a better, clean separation. No point in buying the original if you can find a copy of issue at a reasonable price, unless you are a collector.
                • ryanbrasher's avatar
                  ryanbrasher
                  Mine came with a download code for Morning Glory hahaha
                  • RKSchwartz's avatar
                    RKSchwartz
                    Terrible sound quality on this pressing. I’d even fault my record store for carrying it but I see some think it’s good. I don’t know what you’re listening too and good for you for being able to enjoy it. Worst sounding wax in my collection. Avoid.
                    • gypsyola's avatar
                      gypsyola
                      Edited one year ago
                      I've never been a massive fan of this band but this album is actually good and brings back good memories so I bought this reissue. I'm not quite sure what the bad press on this is about. To me it really does sound as if it's 1994, I can't detect anything stupid with the RM either, still nicely compressed. I'm happy to have saved myself the silly money an original would have made me bleed.