Oasis "Definately Maybe" Vinyl Signed by Noel and Liam Gallagher
This auction is for 'Definitely Maybe', the debut album by Oasis released in 1994. It is signed by both Noel and Liam Gallagher.
Oasis are one of the most famous British Rock bands in history. The band started in Manchester and rose to fame during the Britpop movement. By 2009, the band had sold over 70 million records worldwide
Definitely Maybe was an immediate commercial and critical success in the UK and went straight to number one in the Albums Chart. It was the fastest-selling debut album of all time in the UK. The album went on to sell over 15 million copies worldwide and brought widespread critical acclaim. In June 2006, NME magazine conducted a readers' poll in which it was voted the greatest album of all time
Noel and Liam Gallagher have both signed this fantastic item which is in lovely condition. This is an incredible opportunity to own a piece of Oasis memorabilia!
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