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26 years ago today, Nirvana released the album "Nevermind".
Charles Bradley has passed away at 68.
The Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line [Folk Rock]
Blood Sugar Sex Magik turns 26 today
Walk The Other Way - Bend Sinister [Official Lyric Video]
Temple Of The Dog - Say Hello 2 Heaven [Alternative Rock/Grunge]
Nick Drake - Time Has Told Me [Folk/Baroque]
Louis Armstrong - What a wonderful world (Live, 1967) [Pop, Jazz]
Which song(s) have you listened to ironically or jokingly that you ended up liking for real?
Patsy Cline - I Fall To Pieces [Country]
Underworld - Born Slippy [OST]
Electric Guest - Oh Devil ft. Devin Di Dakta [Indietronica]
Billy Boyd - The Last Goodbye [Celtic] from The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. An absolutely beautiful song
Ruin a band name by changing a single letter.
RIP: Soul Singer Charles Bradley Has Died At Age 68
A Tribe Called Quest - Excursions [Hip Hop] (26 year anniversary of this album)
Frank Zappa/The Mothers of Invention - We're Only in it for the Money - [Progressive/Psych Rock]
The Damned - Neat Neat Neat [Punk Rock] (Baby Driver)
Buckethead - Siege Engine [METAL]
Willie Nelson - Rainbow Connection [Acoustic Cover]
Eddie Vedder - Skipping [rock] If you enjoy odes to daughters, it doesn't get Eddie Vedder than this.
Circa Survive - On Letting Go [Post-Hardcore] 10 year anniversary of this album's release
Cowboy Junkies - Sweet Jane [VU cover]
Jay-Z - Numb/Encore (Live from the BBC Live Lounge) [Rap] (2017)
Billie Holiday - Strange Fruit [Bues/Jazz] (1939)
Panic! At The Disco - She Had The World [Folk Rock]
Sophie B. Hawkins - Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover [Pop Rock]
Jason Mraz - Butterfly [Blues/Jazz]
David Bowie & Mick Jagger - Dancing In The Street [A cappella]
MC5 - Kick Out the Jams [early punk]
James Taylor - Sweet Baby James [Folk Rock]
Mike Oldfield - Tubular Bells (Live at the BBC 1973) [Progressive Rock]
Neffex - Things Are Gonna Get Better [Rap]
Kid Cudi - By Design feat. Andre 3000 [Alternative Hip-Hop]
Me and Little Andy - Dolly Parton [country]
Angelo Boltini - This Town (live) [orchestral pop]
raised by swans - trains we both missed (indie)
Thoughts on Prophets of Rage?
Beach House - Master of None [Dream Pop/Indie Alternative]
8 PPKDude Great rockin tune and has the first riff I ever learned how to play on the guitar haha. It's a great encapsulation of Oasis's sound on their first album which is just straight up rock n roll
4 BruceCathy1994 Am I just hallucinating or have the last several songs posted on here been downvoted to kingdom come?
4 gilmour2776 The chorus riff is so damn fun to play on guitar. My first guitar was an Epiphone Cherryburst LP, because I love this song so goddamn much. Noel has so many great simple riffs that are really fun to play.
2 DJ_Spam **Oasis** [artist pic]( > Oasis were an English rock band that formed in Manchester in 1991. Originally known as The Rain, the group was formed by Liam Gallagher (vocals and tambourine), Paul Arthurs (guitar), Paul McGuigan (bass guitar) and Tony McCarroll (drums, percussion), who were soon joined by Liam's older brother Noel Gallagher (lead guitar and vocals). > Its members were signed to independent record label Creation Records and released their record-setting debut album Definitely Maybe in 1994, including hits like Live Forever and Supersonic. > The following year, the band recorded the critically acclaimed (What's the Story) Morning Glory? with their new drummer Alan White that led to international success propelled by singles Wonderwall, Don't Look Back in Anger and Champagne Supernova. In 1997, Oasis released third album and became the fastest-selling album in UK chart history, aside Michael Jackson's Bad. McGuigan and Arthurs left the band as they went on to record and release Standing on the Shoulder of Giants and were replaced by Gem Archer and Andy Bell who joined the group for the recording of Heathen Chemistry. > In August 2009, Noel Gallagher announced his departure from the band. Liam Gallagher initially stated that Oasis were "done", but later in February 2010 announced that the remaining members of the band would continue to record music, and did not rule out the possibility of retaining the Oasis name. However, Liam and other former members of the band are instead continuing under the name Beady Eye and Noel has formed Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. > 2. American rock band: Oasis was an American rock band from Marin County, California active in the 1970s. Their sound has been described as psychedelic folk rock, progressive folk and psychedelic pop, characterized by male/female harmonies. With the help of David Crosby of famed Crosby, Stills & Nash, they recorded one album, Oasis, released on the Cranbus label in 1973. > Members Shelly Fox was previously in Cookin Mama, and Stephen Barncard also worked with Chet Nichols and David Crosby. Kelly Bryan had earlier been in the short-lived Grootna, and later played on a couple of albums by Jesse Colin Young. > Between 1971 and 1978 members of Oasis also recorded under the name RJ Fox and completed an album for Atlantic in 1971 which was never released. A double disc collection of Oasis and RJ Fox material was compiled by the Black Bamboo label in 1998. RJ Fox: Retrospective Dreams included the lost LP, tracks from the Oasis album and many others. > 3. American deep house producers: Oasis is a collaboration between Omar-S (Alex O. Smith) and Shadow Ray from Detroit. > 4. British classical group: Oasis was a short-lived English classic group active through 1984-1988 featuring Peter Skellern, Julian Lloyd Webber (later replaced by Audrey Riley), Mitch Dalton, Bill Lovelady and Mary Hopkin. Oasis released only self-titled album and two singles and toured till 1988. Read more on []( 3,460,973 listeners, 142,556,894 plays tags: *britpop, rock, british, alternative, indie* ^^Please ^^downvote ^^if ^^incorrect! ^^Self-deletes ^^if ^^score ^^is ^^0.
1 HoffmanLensPunkUk Was never much into Oasis but no doubt this is one brilliant tune.
1 Aaront23 Great song! One of the old oasis classics