Brian Cannon, the graphic designer who worked on the artwork for three Oasis albums, has found a cassette of unreleased music.
Cannon teased Oasis fans by tweeting a photo of the cassette on Twitter. The cassette, which is from 1995, is said to include some unreleased music, as well as ad libs from Noel Gallagher in studio and several versions of ‘Wonderwall’.
The graphic designer received pleas and cash offers from fans asking him to share the content of the tape, however he declined.
In response to a fan asking if the tape was the band’s first demo, Cannon replied “a bit later”.
Cannon, who designed the artwork for ‘Definitely Maybe’, ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ and ‘Be Here Now’, also worked with The Verve and Ash.
Meanwhile, the trailer for the new Oasis documentary, ‘Supersonic’ has been released online.
The documentary will document the band’s three years in the run up to Knebworth. It will feature behind the scenes footage, as well as interviews with Noel and Liam Gallagher, their mother and other members of the band and road crew.
At a preview screening for the documentary, its director, Matt Whitecross said that he can see the band reuniting in the future “Neither of them have discounted the idea of getting back together. It will happen, I’m sure. The idea of never seeing them again for me is impossible.”
Supersonic will be in cinemas on October 2nd.
Photo Cred: Anirudh Koul