Oasis' Liam Gallagher Slams 'Definitely Maybe' Reissue: 'Don't Buy Into It'

Big Brother Recordings is also set to reissue the band's 1995 album "What's the Story (Morning Glory)?" and 1997 release "Be Here Now" later this year.
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Liam Gallagher

Most bands would take to Twitter to promote a reissue of one of the top albums of their career, but that's not the case for Oasis.

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Ahead of the 20th anniversary reissue of Definitely Maybe on May 19, Liam Gallagher typed a few words to fans and would-be customers on Saturday: "Don't buy into it."

Entitled Definitely Maybe: Chasing the Sun Edition, the reissue of the band's 1994 album will include live and acoustic performances, rehearsal footage and a copy of the band's original demo cassette, according to Rolling Stone.

Big Brother Recordings previously announced that Oasis' 1995 album What’s The Story (Morning Glory)? and 1997 release Be Here Now will also enjoy a reissue later this year.

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Just before the reissue slam on Twitter, Gallagher also tweeted a crass joke about the promotional campaign and Oasis founding member Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs.

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