5 episodes

Marking the 25th anniversary of Definitely Maybe, ‘Listen Up’ is an eye-witness account of the remarkable events leading up to and following the release of Oasis’ iconic debut album. A new four-part podcast series with contributions from fans, friends, fellow musicians and the band’s inner circle; this is the people’s story of that period, told by those who witnessed what happened when Oasis went supersonic.

Listen Up - The Oasis Podcast Oasis

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    • 4.3 • 214 Ratings

Marking the 25th anniversary of Definitely Maybe, ‘Listen Up’ is an eye-witness account of the remarkable events leading up to and following the release of Oasis’ iconic debut album. A new four-part podcast series with contributions from fans, friends, fellow musicians and the band’s inner circle; this is the people’s story of that period, told by those who witnessed what happened when Oasis went supersonic.

    Live Forever

    Live Forever

    A look at what it all meant & the impact of the album today.

    • 46 min
    Rock ’n' Roll Stars

    Rock ’n' Roll Stars

    Success, tabloids & craziness

    • 48 min
    Supersonic

    Supersonic

    Definitely Maybe is released & Oasis fever takes hold.

    • 36 min
    Introducing Oasis

    Introducing Oasis

    Marking the 25th anniversary of Definitely Maybe, ‘Listen Up’ is an eye-witness account of the remarkable events leading up to and following the release of Oasis’ iconic debut album. A new four-part podcast series with contributions from fans, friends, fellow musicians and the band’s inner circle; this is the people’s story of that period, told by those who witnessed what happened when Oasis went supersonic.

    • 37 min
    Listen Up - The Oasis Podcast - Trailer

    Listen Up - The Oasis Podcast - Trailer

    Marking the 25th anniversary of Definitely Maybe, ‘Listen Up’ is an eye-witness account of the remarkable events leading up to and following the release of Oasis’ iconic debut album. A new four-part podcast series with contributions from fans, friends, fellow musicians and the band’s inner circle; this is the people’s story of that period, told by those who witnessed what happened when Oasis went supersonic.

    • 2 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
214 Ratings

214 Ratings

Womble888 ,

Was Elizabeth tabbed on to voice the links?

Elizabeth Alker is a fine presenter and this is a fine documentary with some great access to people at the heart of the Oasis story - it’s just not very clear how much Elizabeth had to do with making it. Her voice is in none of the interviews and there’s no sense of her going on a journey, or even of her giving anything of herself in terms of personal reasons for wanting to tell this story. It kind of feels like she was handed a script and she voiced up the links for someone else to then slot it all together. I’d really rather this was told by the person or people who actually researched and made it. Other than that it’s a well produced and nostalgic listen - but possibly feels more like listening to a good radio documentary than a podcast that draws you in.

Damon All-Bran ,

Mini EP? Where’s the rest?

Why nothing since mid-Sept? We’ve died on Live Forever... now’s the time to find out. Why?

VeryTallPauly ,

Well done!!

Great stuff!! Has to be Live Forever for me!

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