The Oasis Podcast
Summary: Oasis Podcast is the only podcast/ radio show dedicated to the most influential band of the 1990s, Oasis. We delve into the history of the group as well as discussing many other areas of music and pop culture through in depth interviews with people who experienced the phenomenon that was the rise of Oasis at the time. We discuss the impact on pop culture back then, plus their legacy today. With high production values we edit the shows together with archive material from the time, including rare tracks, live performances, interviews and more.
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212: Gas Panic Breakdown part 2 - Charlotte Glasson on recording with Noel at Supernova Heights
211: Best Song Each Year Of The 1990s
210: Gas Panic Breakdown for #OasisA2Z (part 1) & Supporting Noel Gallagher with Craig Redpath
209: Oasis Reunion Speculation with James Hargreaves, Full On Review For #OasisA2Z & Listener Reviews of Easy Now
208: The Holy Grail is found! Sawmills Sessions including I Am The Walrus discussed with Kyle and Dan from the Oasis Collectors Group. Plus new Noel song and album announcement!
207: "I'd like to thank... all the people" The History of Oasis at Awards Shows
206: 2022 Review including Noel Gallagher at the Royal Festival Hall review with Richard Bowes
205: Your Oasis Christmas Memories and Ranking The Beatles on their top 5 Oasis songs
204: Gary Crowley on Oasis' first ever TV interview plus Liam Knebworth film review
203: Star of the LG Knebworth doc John Bell on making the film and meeting Liam plus review of new Noel song 'Pretty Boy' with Richard Bowes
202: The Final Part of The Great Ranking! Top 50
201: The Great Ranking part 2! (200 - 50) plus Katy Georgiou on the recent news including Liam's support of Talk Club
200: The Great Ranking! Every Oasis, Beady Eye, Liam Gallagher and NGHFB song ranked (part 1: 286 - 200)
199: Liam in Cardiff review with Kyle from Oasis Collectors Group, Oasis Covers Part 2 (the solo years) and #OasisA2Z F***in' In The Bushes
198: Oasis Cover Versions - Better Than The Originals?