Brits unveil their greatest Oasis song of all time in new survey

Virgin Radio

23 Aug 2022, 08:49

(L-R) Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher

Credit: Rex

Oasis has an entire career of incredible songs, but the Brits have spoken and picked the one they think is the greatest of all time.

Following the 25th anniversary of Oasis’ third album, Be Here Now, a new survey from Betfair Bingo has revealed the greatest song and album the band has ever made, according to Brits.

It probably won’t surprise you either.

Out of those surveyed, almost 1 in 5 adults think that the 1995 hit Wonderwall is the most iconic song the band has released.

The track peaked at number two in the UK charts and featured on the album (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? which was also voted the best album Oasis had ever made.

Coming in at second place among Brits was the song Don’t Look Back in Anger with 12% believing it was the best, followed by Champagne Supernova (5%)- both of which also featured on the hit 1995 album.

Other tracks that made the top 10 included Stop Crying Your Heart Out, Half The World Away and She’s Electric.

As previously mentioned, (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? was also crowned Oasis’ greatest album in the same survey after scooping 18% of the votes.

The legendary album spent 10 weeks at number one after it was released in 1995 and narrowly beat the band’s 1994 record Definitely Maybe, which was voted for by 15% of fans.

Following up in third place was the band’s third album Be Here Now, which featured tracks like Stand By Me and D'You Know What I Mean?

Top 10 greatest Oasis songs of all time

1.    Wonderwall

2.    Don’t Look Back In Anger

3.    Champagne Supernova

4.    Stand By Me

5.    Live Forever

6.    Stop Crying Your Heart Out

7.    Morning Glory

8.    Half The World Away

9.    She’s Electric

10. Roll With It

Top 3 greatest Oasis albums of all time

1.    (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?

2.    Definitely Maybe

3.    Be Here Now

So there we have it! What would your top 10 Oasis songs be?

Earlier this year, former frontman Liam Gallagher joined the Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky and revealed he wished Oasis were still making music together.

He said: “I love him [Noel], but he does my head in as well because we shouldn’t have split up, and we should be making music. 

“I mean, all that time wasted over just little bits...but it was plenty of back and forth. You know what I mean? So don't be making out it was just me. There are plenty of stories I could tell you as well. 

“It's a shame that we split up because there shouldn't be we should be making albums together”

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