Oasis' full back catalogue will be available on music streaming services from today (January 13), NME reports.
Fans will be able to listen to all eight of the band's albums on Spotify, Deezer and Rdio.
Oasis had long held out from making their music available to stream, along with Led Zeppelin, who made their music available at the end of last year (December 11). Major artists still yet to sign up to Spotify and other services include the Beatles and AC/DC.
Reports have consistently appeared in recent months claiming that Oasis would get back together to mark the 20th anniversary of their debut album, "Definitely Maybe" this year (2014).
Speaking to NME earlier this year, the group's former rhythm guitarist Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs said he thinks Liam Gallagher would jump at the chance of playing with his old band again.
"If someone said, 'Here's a field, here's a stage, and here's 200,000 people', I'm sure Liam would jump up and do it, and I don't think it would even take anyone offering him a massive bankroll of money. He'd do it because that's what he loves, that's his passion," Bonehead said.
However, Liam's brother Noel rubbished claims in a recent interview: "We are split up," he said. "You've heard that, haven't you? You must've heard... Yeah, so, ergo, band splits up, band is no more. There is no band. So, no, I won't be getting involved, anyway. If there is a reunion, I won't be in it."