For a brief couple of years, Oasis defined the music of the mid 1990s. Arrogance, swagger and controversy were constant companions, but their music struck such a chord within the UK and beyond, that for a while, they were simply untouchable.
Supersonic turns the spotlight on these early years, from their first single in 1994 to culminating in arguably their pinnacle moment: the 1996 sell-out shows at Knebworth, where they played to over 250,000 fans. This was a key moment in the band’s career, as for once, a flicker of self-doubt crept in – could they really sell out such an iconic venue, twice? In the end, two and a half million people, almost 4% of the UK population, applied for tickets and if they had wanted to, Oasis could have played sold out shows for a week. (more…)