Oasis: MTV Unplugged: In August of 1996, Oasis, riding high from the overwhelming success of their first two albums Definitely Maybe and (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, were to perform on the hit MTV series Unplugged. However (as was often the case), problems arose within the band, namely between the most well known members of the group, Noel and Liam Gallagher. An argument began between the two brothers, ultimately ending with Liam bowing out of the concert. The idea of postponing, or cancelling the show outright, was discussed, but thankfully, Noel decided to go ahead and sing lead vocals. What some initially thought of as a potential disaster ended up as a brilliant performance from Oasis sans Liam, and for the first time, gave the entire world a good look at what Noel could do. The performance garnered a good deal of critical acclaim when the show debuted. In America, MTV's Kurt Loder introduced the premiere by saying that (with Noel singing) this was perhaps how Oasis "should've always been." A majority of the band's fans gave the show high marks, so both critically and fan-wise, Oasis "Unplugged" ended up as a bonafide (and surprising) success. The set-list: Hello, Some Might Say, Live Forever, Listen Up, The Masterplan, Don't Look Back In Anger, Talk Tonight, Morning Glory, Round Are Way, Cast No Shadow, Whatever, and Wonderwall.
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|Released:||August 01, 1996|
|Actors:||No Famous Actors|
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