If you don't have British Invasion fever yet with the twin 50th anniversaries of The Beatles arrival in the U.S. as well as release of The Rolling Stones premier single--a hip shakin' cover of Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away"---then the 20th anniversary of Oasis' debut album, Definitely, Maybe
(which went #1 in the UK and Ireland), ought to get you motivated to revisit your sharp suits and Epiphone Casinos
The volatile rock-band-to-end-all-rock bands would really shake things up the following year with their second album (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
which went #1 in six countries and rose to #4 in the U.S. But their debut was a big one indeed as Definitely Maybe
included now-classic singles like "Supersonic," "Shakermaker," and "Live Forever" and kicked off "Oasis fever" around the world while also ushering in a new era for Epiphone.
Look for a heap of reissues and remasters this year as well as a look back at the golden years. As for a reunion, it's possible but don't hold your breath.