Oasis Announce 'Be Here Now' Reissue
The album will feature unreleased tracks and a Noel Gallagher's 2016 mix of 'D'You Know What I Mean?'
'Be Here Now' was originally released in August 1991, following on from the Manchester band's 1994 debut album 'Definitely Maybe' and 1995 second LP '(What's the Story) Morning Glory?'.
Following the re-releases of their first two albums, the 'Be Here Now' reissue will follow suit on October 7 via Big Brother Recordings. You can pre-order here.
"I’ve tried to redo the whole album. I went into the studio and after about two days I was like, ‘this is missing the point, the album is supposed to be this fucking mental’," Noel Gallagher explained.
The reissue will include B-sides, rare and unreleased Oasis tracks from the era, as well as Noel Gallagher's 2016 mix of 'D'You Know What I Mean?'. Listen below.
Noel says of the remix: "As the years went by I'd started to accept that the songs on ‘Be Here Now’ were in fact insanely long… too long! Someone (I can't remember who) had the idea that we re-visit, re-edit the entire album for posterity’s sake. We got as far as the first track before we couldn't be arsed any more and gave up… It does sound fucking mega though!"
Noel Gallagher took to Instagram some days ago praising Oasis, sharing an image of the band