Liam Gallagher Wants Fans To Boycott 'Definitely Maybe'

...as re-issue approaches
'Definitely Maybe'

Released in 1994, Oasis' debut album 'Definitely Maybe' changed Liam Gallagher's life.

Transformed into an icon almost overnight, the singer's delivery, his pose - hell, even his haircut - continue to be much replicated by new, much younger acts.

So the singer has more right than most to comment on the planned re-issue of 'Definitely Maybe'. Set to be re-mastered for its 20th anniversary, the album will be packaged in a bumper format with newly unearthed material.

Liam Gallagher, though, is having none of it. Tweeting on Saturday (March 1st) the singer said:

Oh dear.

Due for release on May 19th, the re-issues will be available on standard CD and digital download, Special Edition 3-CD and digital download, 12” vinyl LP (with digital download bundle of all bonus CD content) as well as Deluxe Box Set (including LP, Deluxe CD, exclusive 7” & merchandise).

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