Definitely, Maybe, But Always OasisIf 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 and Sheratons

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.