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Oasis launch new podcast to celebrate the anniversary of seminal album 'Definitely Maybe'


To coincide with the anniversary of the release of the band’s seminal LP Definitely Maybe, Oasis have announced that they have just launched a brand new four-part podcast all about the album called Listen Up.

By all accounts, the podcast is an insider’s look at the formation of one of the world’s greatest ever rock bands, a legend forged with their iconic album Definitely Maybe, which not only put them at the top of the charts but in the hearts and minds of a generation.

The podcast, created by Matt Everitt’s production company Cup & Nuzzle with Big Brother Recordings, in the company’s own words: “features contributions from fans, friends, fellow musicians and the band’s inner circle – this is the people’s story of that period, told by those who witnessed what happened when Oasis went supersonic.”

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The podcast features contributions from people involved in the making of the record including producer Owen Morris and engineer Anjali Dutt, musicians New Order’s Peter Hook, Metallica’s Lars Ulrich, Clint Boon and Felix White, TV presenter/DJ Dermot O’Leary, Alistair Campbell – who was Tony Blair’s spokesman and campaign director at the time – and journalists including Dominic Mohan and Hamish MacBain.

Listen Up‘s first episode lands today to mark the 25th anniversary of the release of Definitely Maybe and you can stream it below.

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