Supersonic film director: Oasis rise "may never happen again"

James Hanley

The director of a documentary about the glory years of Oasis believes the speed and scale of the band’s rise would not be possible in the modern music business.

Made by the production team behind the Academy Award-winning Amy Winehouse film Amy, Supersonic covers the band’s early career up to their two sellout nights at Knebworth Park in 1996, for which 2.6 million applied for the 250,000 tickets, just two years on from the release of their debut album, 1994’s ...

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