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A small selection taken from the main catalogue that we think deserve a special mention. Posters that feature great artwork, beautiful typography or are just so minimalist, they would look great on any wall.

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  • SALE Oasis posters - Collectors set 3

    Oasis posters - Collectors set 3

    £99.99
    10652797

     

    Oasis original poster set for Wonderwall, Whatever, Roll with it and Some might say - LIMITED STOCK!!This is a 4 poster set we stock comprising the following original posters:

    Wonderwall

     

    “Wonderwall” is still regarded as Oasis' greatest song; it was written by Noel Gallagher for the band’s second album: (What’s the Story) Morning Glory and released in October1995.

    The track was released as the third single from the (What’s the Story) Morning Glory album in October 1995 and topped the chart in Australia, New Zealand, and Spain reaching the top ten on another ten charts, including Canada and the US at number 5 and 8, respectively. It also reached number two on both the UK Singles Chart and Irish Singles Chart. The track went platinum as certified by the BPI and gold by the RIA of America.
     
    Whatever

     

    ‘Whatever’ was a song written by Neil Innes, it’s a track that lasts six minutes and twenty-one seconds and it’s the longest single released by the band to that point. Released 18th December 1994, and it entered the English charts at number 3. Their was a plagiarism issue around the melody which was settled in favour of Neil instead of Gallagher.

     

    Roll with it

     

    “Roll With It” was released on 14th August 1995 as a second single from their album: (What's the story) Morning Glory; simultaneously to the release of Blur’s new single ‘County House’. This sparked a rivalry between these two very different bands resulting in the Blur’s single selling 274,000 to Oasis' 216,000. Oasis performed this song at Top of the Pops, the brothers Gallagher brother’s switched roles to mock the public who couldn’t tell them apart. As well as to show their disapproval to lip syncing.

     

    Some might say

     

    Some Might Say was released as the first single in April 1995 from the (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Album. Written by Noel Gallagher, Some Might Say provided Oasis with their first number one in the UK Singles Chart.

     

    Some Might Say is probably the song that most defines Oasis, it was also the 31st biggest selling single in the UK of 1995 selling 458,000 copies. This was the last track that featured the original drummer Tony McCarroll due to tensions between him and Noel Gallagher. The band won the BBC vote for best album of the last 30 years, for What's The Story, Morning Glory.

    These posters were used to promote the album in record stores in the 90's and were part of the original print run, carefully stored for over two decades and only now available for general sale exclusively through The Original Poster Shop.

    Size
    30" x 20" inches

    Condition
    Very good 'Original' Condition


    Other posters you may be interested in:

    Oasis poster - Lyla
    Product code: YI7F686BNK

    Oasis poster - There and then
    Product code: BDTSI4YEKD

    Oasis poster - Whatever
    Product code: 5DKR1CJ6DJ

    Oasis poster - Roll With It
    Product code: 2NG9CB009T

    Oasis poster - Wonderwall
    Product code: X8J1G82NA3

    Oasis poster - Some Might Say
    Product code: OSMS

    Oasis poster - Wonderwall - framed
    Product code: 2D5UWSXUWM

    Oasis poster - Roll With It - Framed
    Product code: 05RC20OTNT

    Oasis poster - Whatever - Framed
    Product code: 047ARWOCL3

    Oasis poster - Some Might Say - framed
    Product code: RN1UFGYYNE

     

    Oasis original poster set for Wonderwall, Whatever, Roll with it and Some might say - LIMITED STOCK!!This is a 4 poster set we stock comprising the following original posters:

    Wonderwall

     

    “Wonderwall” is still regarded as Oasis' greatest song; it was written by Noel Gallagher for the band’s second album: (What’s the Story) Morning Glory and released in October1995.

    The track was released as the third single from the (What’s the Story) Morning Glory album in October 1995 and topped the chart in Australia, New Zealand, and Spain reaching the top ten on another ten charts, including Canada and the US at number 5 and 8, respectively. It also reached number two on both the UK Singles Chart and Irish Singles Chart. The track went platinum as certified by the BPI and gold by the RIA of America.
     
    Whatever

     

    ‘Whatever’ was a song written by Neil Innes, it’s a track that lasts six minutes and twenty-one seconds and it’s the longest single released by the band to that point. Released 18th December 1994, and it entered the English charts at number 3. Their was a plagiarism issue around the melody which was settled in favour of Neil instead of Gallagher.

     

    Roll with it

     

    “Roll With It” was released on 14th August 1995 as a second single from their album: (What's the story) Morning Glory; simultaneously to the release of Blur’s new single ‘County House’. This sparked a rivalry between these two very different bands resulting in the Blur’s single selling 274,000 to Oasis' 216,000. Oasis performed this song at Top of the Pops, the brothers Gallagher brother’s switched roles to mock the public who couldn’t tell them apart. As well as to show their disapproval to lip syncing.

     

    Some might say

     

    Some Might Say was released as the first single in April 1995 from the (What's the Story) Morning Glory? Album. Written by Noel Gallagher, Some Might Say provided Oasis with their first number one in the UK Singles Chart.

     

    Some Might Say is probably the song that most defines Oasis, it was also the 31st biggest selling single in the UK of 1995 selling 458,000 copies. This was the last track that featured the original drummer Tony McCarroll due to tensions between him and Noel Gallagher. The band won the BBC vote for best album of the last 30 years, for What's The Story, Morning Glory.

    These posters were used to promote the album in record stores in the 90's and were part of the original print run, carefully stored for over two decades and only now available for general sale exclusively through The Original Poster Shop.

    Size
    30" x 20" inches

    Condition
    Very good 'Original' Condition

    For UK delivery deliveries, we will normally send by Hermes on a 3-5 day delivery. For more valuable posters, we may use Royal Mail or ParcelForce. For international deliveries, the courier will depend on the country being shipped to.
     
    We will normally dispatch the next working day after you place your order (or Tuesday if ordered over the weekend), so please allow 4 - 6 working days once you receive notification from our system if you are in the UK, or longer if overseas. Silk screen prints are printed to order and take 6 - 8 weeks.

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    If you receive items from us that differ from what you have ordered, then you must notify us as soon as possible using our online returns form

    If you find that your items are faulty or damaged on arrival, then you are entitled to a repair, replacement or a refund. Please note that for some goods it may be disproportionately costly to return them, and so where this is the case, we accept photographic proof of damage, then we will give you a replacement or a refund.

    For unwanted items, please contact us for return address details. Return postage is at your cost and we will only accept return of items in the condition they were received. Items should be sent with insurance to the value of the item, tracked and signed for your peace of mind.

    Our posters are 100% original and exclusive to The Original Poster Shop.

    It’s true that there are many outlets that you can purchase posters from, so what makes us different? The answer is in the product itself. 

    The vast majority of poster suppliers in the world today sell reproduction posters. These are modern reprinted posters that are produced at a much later date than the originals. On the face of it, these copies may look virtually the same as the originals, but that is where the similarity ends. 

    When buying a reproduction poster, you are in essence buying a novelty item, an item that although may superficially look the part, has no real value, history and is certainly not an investment.

    We at The Original Poster Shop only ever provide our customers with original Record and Film Company licensed authentic posters. These posters are beautifully printed, using only the finest quality materials. 

    They were produced and the time that the event or product was being promoted, making them a true piece from the era. 

    Bearing in mind that the majority of the posters were manufactured to be displayed outside, in inclement weather, they are not only beautiful, but also incredibly durable collectors items.

    We only stock original posters and have very limited quantities of some posters, so once these are depleted, they will be removed from sale - remember, we do not sell reproduction posters!

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