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Oasis Supersonic Supernova
For the biggest band to come out of England since the Beatles, here's the book that charts their incendiary rise to the top of the worldwide Pop charts. "Oasis" is a trip down Abbey Road in the '90s--a pop-fest for the masses, Johnny Rotten and the fabulous four hunkered down into two rowdy, infectious, sullen bards. 8 b&w photos.
Paperback, 160 pages
Published June 15th 1997 by St. Martin's Griffin
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So Oasis did it all to take a piss. These are not my words mind you, these are the words of Oasis and it's exactly what they did to the britpop music scene of the mid-90's, they took a piss on it and enjoyed every minute of their meteoric rise and subsequent disappearing act. There is not a band born of more ego and outright audaciousness than the band profiled in this book, which actually held quite a few deeply personal stories and interesting physiological insight into what it took to make Oa ...more