London, Feb 27: For those who thought Oasis were going to reunite, the band has revealed on its Twitter account that it is not recording new material, but releasing old tracks.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of 'Definitely Maybe', the band will be reissuing the landmark LP, including rare and unreleased recordings, the Daily Star reported.
The album, available to buy on May 9, will be released as a standard CD of the original album, as well as a three-disc special edition featuring rare recordings and demos, and a 12" vinyl LP.
Oasis also revealed that they will be reissuing 'Supersonic' on vinyl for April's Record Store Day.
The reissued album will feature hits like 'Rock n Roll Star', 'Live Forever' and 'Cigarettes and Alcohol', while the special edition includes recordings of 'Half the World Away' and 'Whatever'. (ANI)