Originally formed by Liam Gallagher (vocals), Paul Arthurs (guitar), Tony McCaroll (drums) and Paul McGuigan (bass), Oasis hit the scene when singer/songwriter Noel Gallagher took over the band in 1993 and released their debut album in 1994. In 1995, Alan White replaced drummer McCarroll, just before the release “Some Might Say”, the single that hit number one and revitalized the band’s popularity. Oasis’ second album was released in 1995, and became the UK’s fastest selling album since Bad was released by Michael Jackson. The band continued to release record-breaking albums until 2008, after which Liam left and the band was renamed Beady Eye in 2009.
End of song list
That's all the Oasis songs we got.
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That's all the Oasis albums we got.