Oasis Reveal Details for '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?' Reissue

B sides, live tracks and unheard demos to feature.

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Oasis have revealed details of another reissue from their back catalogue, with their seminal 1995 album "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?" set for a rerelease on 30 September through Big Brother Recordings.

Following a similar trend to the recent reissue of the Manchester band's debut "Definitely Maybe," the deluxe edition of the release will feature a wealth of bonus material including previously unheard demos of "She's Electric" and "Rocking Chair."

A number of B-sides will also be included in the release, alongside more original demos of "Some Might Say," "Hey Now" and "Boneheads Bank Holiday" as well as previously unreleased tracks from that era and live recordings.

As expected, the collection will be available in various formats, including a 3 CD set, on 12 inch vinyl (with download code for bonus content) and a deluxe box set that includes a replica of the original promo copy as well as a 7 inch vinyl demo, a special edition cd and liner notes from Neil McCormick.

This collection reissues comes as part of the "Chasing the Sun" series, which has seen an exhibition open in London recently, and the reissue of Oasis' 1997 album "Be Here Now" is expected in the near future.

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    Great album from a great band.
    I once saw Oasis in concert and because I was so close to the band, I couldn't hear them--only the crowd. I moved back to hear them. An old hippie friend of mine once described a Beatles concert like that.
    Can't wait to hear the demo of "Rockin' Chair..."always thought that deserved to be on the album instead of one of the useless Swamp Songs. Fantastic album