Rare and previously unheard songs of English rock band Oasis will feature on a reissue album this autumn.
The songs will feature on a new reissue of the band’s second album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?, originally released back in 1995, reported Daily Star.
The bonus material includes previously unheard demos of ‘She’s Electric’ and ‘Rockin’ Chair’ and demos of ‘Some Might Say’, ‘Hey Now’, and ‘Bonehead’s Bank Holiday’.
‘Some Might Say’ and ‘Bonehead’s Bank Holiday’ were recorded by Mark Coyle for the first time at the band’s soundcheck at Club Quattro in Tokyo in September 1994. The reissue will also feature live recordings from gigs at Knebworth, Maine Road Stadium, Earls Court, and Bath Pavilion as well as all the B-sides to singles.
The re-release of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? forms part of the ‘Chasing The Sun’ series, which also saw the re-issue of Oasis’s debut album Definitely Maybe earlier this year.
The album has been remastered by Ian Cooper using the original tapes and overseen by the album’s producer, Owen Morris. The record will also include previously unseen photos and memorabilia.
The reissue of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? will be released on September 29.