Oasis - (What's The Story) Morning Glory? [1995]

(What's the Story) Morning Glory? is the highly acclaimed second album by English rock band Oasis, (possibly inspired by the Gordon Lightfoot song Morning Glory where it only stayed for 1 week then again on which includes the line "What's the story, Morning Glory?", from his East of Midnight album), first released in October 1995. The album was a worldwide hit, reaching #1 in the United Kingdom on 8 October7 January where this time it stayed for 6 weeks and a finally 3 week stint starting on February 25th meaning it spent a total of 10 weeks on the top of the UK charts, and #4 in the United States, and selling more than 19 million copies worldwide. The album was produced by Owen Morris and was confirmed by the BPI in July 2006 to be the fourth biggest selling album of all time in the UK. The title is said to have been inspired by a friend of Noel's who used the phrase during a telephone conversation. The phrase "Morning Glory" is British slang, referring to an erection experienced after waking up


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