A number of rare Oasis and The Stone Roses recordings are to be auctioned off later this month, it has been revealed.
The famous Manchester bands demo recordings will go under the hammer on February 21st and 22nd at Omega Auctions in Stockport.
The rare recordings that are up for grabs include Oasis’s first ever demo cassette, which was recorded in 1991 and 1992 and features handwritten track listings from the Oasis legend Noel Gallagher. It is thought that the tape, which features nine tracks, could rake in between £1,000-£1,5000.
Other Oasis items include a promo casette of the classic track ‘Definitely Maybe’, valued between £200-£300 and the original poster for the sell out single ‘Go Let It Out’ signed by all the band members, minus Liam Gallagher, which is thought to be worth £800-£1,000.
There is also a Stone Roses demo up for auction which features the unreleased track ‘Sun Still Shines’ and rough takes on ‘(Song For My) Sugar Spun Sister, ‘Going Down’ and ‘Elephant Stone’, which has an estimated price of £2,000-£3,000. On top of that there is a rare cassette tape of the band’s 1989 self-titled LP, estimated at £200-£300.