The Britpop band split when the Gallagher brothers fell out but here's what they've said about reuniting.
The album was released in 1994.
The ex-Oasis guitarist and songwriter is heading on the road again.
The Oasis rocker blamed the non-binary singer for making pop music "uncool".
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The 50-year-old former Oasis frontman said he's ready to Riverdance after having his hip replaced.
The row between the brothers rumbles on.
McFly's Danny Jones remembers turning up to a boyband audition looking like he was in an 'Oasis cover band' because he mis-read the advert.
The star said the 'monarchy as a thing is a bit farcical'.
The Gallagher brothers haven't performed together since the breakup of Oasis in 2009.
The 'Roll With It' singer needs a double hip replacement to ease his arthritis pain.
The rocker has been treating himself to afternoon tea while staying at the swanky London hotel.
The Oasis singer's son walked free from court, but not before the judge had given him a strict dressing down.
The Blur frontman accused Taylor Swift of not writing her own songs in a January interview.
Tom Kerridge says Liam Gallagher is one of the few people in the world who is exactly the same when you meet him as you'd imagine him to be.
Liam Gallagher played the instrument while recording the '(What's The Story) Morning Glory' album in 1995.
The singer-songwriter will perform at the venue in June next year.
The 'Confetti' singer had a hilarious comeback to Gallagher's inference that Little Mix didn't deserve their Brit Award.
The singer has had to pull out of headlining Belsonic festival due to the injury.
Oasis played to 250,000 people at Knebworth in 1996, in a weekend which defined the Britpop era.
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The 48-year-old singer admits he doesn't remember much about the live show which is to be celebrated in Oasis' new documentary film.
Noel Gallagher has revealed that he wishes Some Might Say was Oasis' 'calling card' rather than hit 'Wonderwall.'
The band described the concerts as 'the gig that defined an era'.
He wishes he had the memory of playing the last show.