So you think you know Oasis? Why not find out by testing your knowledge of the Manchester group in our latest nostalgia quiz?
It’s ideal fun for everyone while so many of us are staying at home through the coronavirus lockdown.
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During the 1990s and early 2000s, Oasis shared an infamous rivalry with another British band in an event that has now been dubbed the “Battle for Britpop”. What is the name of this rival band?
Which Manchester football team have the Gallagher brothers famously supported since childhood?
After Noel’s departure from Oasis in 2009, the remaining members of the band decided to rename themselves and continued creating music. What is the name of the band they formed?
Which Gallagher brother performed at the Closing Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games?
Bass player Paul McGuigan and guitarist Paul Arthurs both held nicknames throughout their time as musicians. Which of the following is not a name they used?
What is the original name of the band that would go on to become Oasis once Liam Gallagher joined and demanded the name be changed because according to him it sounded terrible?
In 1996, Oasis played one of the biggest shows in UK history with more than 250,000 fans attending over two days. Where was this gig held?
Who was the original drummer of Oasis and the first person to leave the band in 1995?
Wonderwall is widely regarded as Oasis’ most famous and best-selling song with more than 1.34 million copies sold in the UK. In what year did this iconic single reach 1 million sold copies?
Out of the following Oasis members, which one hasn’t played on tour with either Noel or Liam in their solo careers?
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