Be Here Now 25th Anniversary

£17.495
FREE Shipping

Be Here Now 25th Anniversary

Be Here Now 25th Anniversary

RRP: £34.99
Price: £17.495
£17.495 FREE Shipping

In stock

We accept the following payment methods

Description

Originally mastered by Mike Marsh at The Exchange; the album was then remastered in 2016 by Ian Cooper at Metropolis Studios.

Products labelled '*item fulfilled by Exertis on behalf of hmv' will be supplied to you directly by Exertis via their approved couriers. This is the 25th Anniversary edition of the third album by Oasis, which was released to huge anticipation in August 1997. Released on 21 August 1997, the famously overblown and rather bloated album reached number one in the UK album charts and spawned three British singles, ‘D’You Know What I Mean’, ‘Stand By Me’ and ‘All Around The World’.If you visit our login page, we will set a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. was produced by Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher and recorded at Abbey Road, Ridge Farm, Air, Master Rock and Orinoco Studios between November 1996 and April 1997.

Be Here Now (which got reissued for the 25th anniversary) stands as a monument to the days when rock stars could release an old-school mess like this in the purest confidence that people would stampede over each other for the chance to scoop it up at full retail. We use cookies to personalise content and ads, to provide social media features and to analyse our traffic.

The Girl In The Dirty Shirt” goes even harder, with Noel/Liam harmonies, like maybe they were even in the same room at the same time? Originally released at midnight on Thursday August 21st 1997, Be Here Now sold 700,000 copies in just 3 days and remains, to this day, the fastest selling UK album on release.

Helicopters hover loudly in the mix, ready to do an emergency rescue mission to save the lads in case all their genius rockness causes rioting in the streets. Far from the heyday of 'Wonderwall' or 'Definitely Maybe', the album went triple platinum, owing to lead single 'Do You Know What I Mean?They loved their mum, hated the Tories, couldn’t even spell “irony,” wanted to live forever and to beat each other’s faces in. That meant bold experiments like Blur’s Blur in February, Radiohead’s OK Computer in May, Primal Scream’s Vanishing Point in July, my beloved Pulp’s This Is Hardcore that winter.



  • Fruugo ID: 258392218-563234582
  • EAN: 764486781913
  • Sold by: Fruugo

Delivery & Returns

Fruugo

Address: UK
All products: Visit Fruugo Shop