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Listen: Oasis Share Previously Unreleased Demo Version of “Angel Child”

Be Here NowReissue Due Out October 14

Sep 29, 2016 Bookmark and Share


Oasis are releasing a deluxe reissue of 1997's third album Be Here Now on October 14 (previously the release date was October 7). It includes 14 previously unreleased album demos recorded on Mustique Island, a Caribbean island, in 1996. They are appropriately labeled the "Mustique demos." Now the band has shared a demo version of B-side "Angel Child." Listen below.

Oasis previously shared a new mix of Be Here Now single "D'You Know What I Mean?" by guitarist/singer/main songwriter Noel Gallagher which is being tagged as "NG's 2016 Rethink," as well as a re-edited version of the song's original video. Previously unreleased demo versions of "Don't Go Away" and "Going Nowhere" have also been shared.

There's also an upcoming documentary on Oasis entitled Supersonic. It's due out October 2 in the U.K. and it will screen for one night only on October 26. Supersonic is from the producers behind the acclaimed Oscar-winning Amy Winehouse documentary Amy. Visit supersonic-movie.com for a list of participating U.S. theaters and to pre-buy tickets (the website will be updated daily as new theaters are confirmed). Below again is the film's trailer. Amy director Asif Kapadia is the executive producer and Amy producer James Gay Rees is a producer, with Mat Whitecross the director. Supersonic is named after the Oasis 1994 single (which also appeared on their debut album of the same year, Definitely Maybe).



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