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London to host all-Oasis exhibition

By | Published on Friday 14 March 2014


Liam Gallagher doesn’t want you to buy any of Oasis’s previously reported ‘Chasing The Sun’ album reissues, but fuck him, because 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of the group’s debut single ‘Supersonic’, and the world cannot allow that to pass without some kind of PR stunt. Like, say, a big Oasis exhibition in London, also titled ‘Chasing The Sun’, full of historic pictures, instruments and misc junk. It just wouldn’t be right not to.

But as luck has it, that is in fact what’s going on. The exhibition, titled ‘Chasing The Sun: Oasis 1993-1997’, is the first of its kind given over entirely to Oasis, and will occupy the Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch, London, from 11-22 Apr. It’ll include previously unseen pics, instruments, old posters and LP covers, plus some dusty audiovisual stuff from back in the day. And hey, it’s free entry!

The first of the ‘Chasing The Sun’ reissues will see a shiny ‘new’ version of ‘Definitely Maybe’ come out on 19 May. Though please note; you’re not supposed to actually buy it.