VIDEO: Watch Oasis make their TV debut with Supersonic in 1994

6 May 2019, 15:00 | Updated: 6 May 2019, 15:01

Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher at Glastonbury 1994
Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher at Glastonbury 1994. Picture: Martyn Goodacre/Getty Images

25 years ago the Manchester band released their debut single. Celebrate the anniversary with this iconic throwback performance.

Today marks an eye-watering 25 years since Oasis released debut single, Supersonic, from their Definitely Maybe album. 

So what better way to celebrate than by looking back on the band's very first ever TV performance which featured the track?

The show was Channel 4's The Word. The date was 18 March 1994. And the performance was unforgettable.

Re-live it here in a clip posted by YouTube channel OasisOfficialMusic:

How young does Mark Lamarr look?

Despite the cheesy 90s-does-60s set design and the "groovy" go-go dancers, their performance still stands the test of time.

Unbelievably, the track is one of the Manchester band's lowest-charting singles, but it did later go on to amass sales of over £215,000, making it their 13th biggest single in the UK. 

Not too shabby for a first outing. 

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