After months of painstaking research*, and more arguments than the Gallagher brothers at Christmas, we’ve finally come up with the ultimate, definitive, final breakdown of the 20 greatest ever songs from one of Manchester’s greatest ever exports, Oasis.
Without further ado, allow us to present their 20 best songs, in no particular order. We simply couldn’t rank them.
As an added bonus, this makes for a great pre-drinks playlist next time you’re getting ready to head out on the town.
What classics have we forgotten? Let us know in the comments.
*a quick show of hands in the Lovin office.
“I’m older than I wish to be.” You said it, lads.
A Definitely Maybe classic
One of their best. The unplugged version is even better. That harmonica.
All Around The World
Starts off slow before developing into a belting banger.
Some Might Say
We will find a brighter day…
Cigarettes and Alcohol
Terrible vices. Great tune. That intro.
What’s The Story Morning Glory
From the album of the same name.
An underrated classic.
Up In The Sky
Learning to fly…
Don’t Look Back In Anger
Couldn’t exclude what is in many ways Oasis’ signature tune.
Not a bad writing attempt by Liam.
The Importance Of Being Idle
One of their great later tunes.
One of the tunes that sprang the band into the mainstream.
We really do need each other…
Number one for many Oasis fans.
He sits in a corner all alone…
The Hindu Times
In and out my brain, you’re runnin’ through my vein…
We couldn’t leave it out, could we?
Roll With It