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There We Were, Now Here We Are... The Making of Oasis (2004)

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Himself - Creation Records
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Himself - Heavy Stereo, Oasis 1999 to Present
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Himself - Oasis 1991-1999 (as Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs)
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Himself - Composer
Andy Bell ...
Himself - Ride, Hurricane #1, Oasis 1999 to Present
Keith Cameron ...
Himself - Journalist
Brian Cannon ...
Himself - Art Director
Mark Coyle ...
Himself - Producer, Dirty Red
Gary Crowley ...
Himself - Broadcaster
Kevin Cummins ...
Himself - Photographer
Peter Deary ...
Himself (as Digsy)
Anjali Dutt ...
Herself - Recording Engineer
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Himself
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Himself
Anthony Griffiths ...
Himself - The Real People (as Anthony Griffith)
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3 September 2004 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Deka hronia Oasis  »

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The only song from Oasis' debut album not to feature on the soundtrack is "Digsy's Dinner". See more »

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Edited from Oasis: Definitely Maybe (2004) See more »

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Supersonic
Written by Noel Gallagher (uncredited)
Performed by Oasis
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Oasis Are The greatest Band In The World
27 July 2006 | by (manchester) – See all my reviews

When I watched this program, 2 years ago I realised how great Oasis are. Liam is good looking, cool, hard, arrogant and cocky, He is the greatest ever frontman. Noel his a genius who has wrote the sound track of our generation. This documentary has shown me and I Hope loads more people, that Oasis are the Greatest band ever. The documentary shows you the real Oasis, not the Oasis you read in the sun or the mirror, This is them down to earth rock n roll stars, who have sold over 50 million albums. The documentary also shows early performances that I have never seen before. It's a great documentary and Id like to thank channel 4 for showing it.


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