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|Time Flies... 1994–2009|
|Greatest hits album by|
|Released||14 June 2010|
Time Flies... 1994–2009 is a compilation album by English rock band Oasis. Released on 14 June 2010 by Big Brother Recordings, the album contains all 27 UK singles released by the band between 1994 and 2009, including "Whatever" and "Lord Don't Slow Me Down", which had previously never appeared on an Oasis studio album. "Sunday Morning Call" is not listed anywhere on the artwork but appears as a hidden track on track 14 of the second disc.
Five different versions of the album were released, the two-disc CD version, DVD, the deluxe box set, five-LP box set and the iTunes deluxe edition. A box set featuring postcards of the sleeves of every UK Oasis single was released concurrently with the album.
In Japan, Time Flies entered the charts at number 2, with first-week sales of 59,348 copies;while in the United Kingdom, it entered the charts at number 1, with first-week sales of 101,297. It was the 900th album ever to top the UK Albums Chart. It has been certified 5× platinum in the UK with equivalent 1.5 million sales.
Time Flies... 1994–2009 received generally positive reviews from music critics upon its release. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised score out of 100 to ratings from publications, the album received a mean score of 76 based on 11 reviews, indicating "generally favourable reviews".
|1.||"Supersonic"||Definitely Maybe (1994)||4:44|
|2.||"Roll with It"||(What's the Story) Morning Glory? (1995)||3:59|
|3.||"Live Forever"||Definitely Maybe||4:36|
|4.||"Wonderwall"||(What's the Story) Morning Glory?||4:20|
|5.||"Stop Crying Your Heart Out"||Heathen Chemistry (2002)||5:03|
|6.||"Cigarettes & Alcohol"||Definitely Maybe||4:51|
|8.||"Don't Look Back in Anger"||(What's the Story) Morning Glory?||4:50|
|9.||"The Hindu Times"||Heathen Chemistry||3:53|
|10.||"Stand by Me"||Be Here Now (1997)||5:59|
|11.||"Lord Don't Slow Me Down"||Non-album single (2007)||3:20|
|13.||"All Around the World"||Be Here Now||9:41|
All tracks are written by Noel Gallagher, except "Whatever" by Noel Gallagher and Neil Innes, and "I'm Outta Time" by Liam Gallagher
|1.||"Some Might Say"||(What's the Story) Morning Glory?||5:28|
|2.||"The Importance of Being Idle"||Don't Believe the Truth (2005)||3:42|
|3.||"D'You Know What I Mean?"||Be Here Now||7:44|
|4.||"Lyla"||Don't Believe the Truth||5:12|
|5.||"Let There Be Love"||Don't Believe the Truth||5:26|
|6.||"Go Let It Out"||Standing on the Shoulder of Giants (2000)||4:38|
|7.||"Who Feels Love?"||Standing on the Shoulder of Giants||5:44|
|8.||"Little by Little"||Heathen Chemistry||4:53|
|9.||"The Shock of the Lightning"||Dig Out Your Soul (2008)||5:04|
|10.||"She Is Love"||Heathen Chemistry||3:13|
|11.||"Whatever"||Non-album single (1994)||6:20|
|12.||"I'm Outta Time"||Dig Out Your Soul||4:09|
|13.||"Falling Down"||Dig Out Your Soul||4:25|
|14.||"Sunday Morning Call" (hidden track beginning 2 minutes after "Falling Down")||Standing on the Shoulder of Giants||5:14|
|14.||"Don't Go Away" (Including aforementioned hidden track)||Be Here Now||12:03|
|1.||"Champagne Supernova"||(What's the Story) Morning Glory?||7:32|
The DVD includes all the music videos from "Supersonic" to "Falling Down", and in addition, previous unreleased live video versions of "Gas Panic!" and "Little by Little". Also included is commentary on the music videos by both Noel and Liam Gallagher.
Two iTunes Live Festival videos of "Half the World Away" and "Slide Away" are only available with the iTunes Deluxe Edition.
|1.||"F*ckin' in the Bushes"||1:44|
|2.||"Rock 'n' Roll Star"||5:20|
|4.||"The Shock of the Lightning"||5:06|
|5.||"Cigarettes & Alcohol"||4:08|
|6.||"Roll with It"||3:45|
|7.||"Waiting for the Rapture"||3:25|
|12.||"My Big Mouth"||4:24|
|13.||"Half the World Away"||4:01|
|14.||"I'm Outta Time"||4:21|
|18.||"Don't Look Back in Anger"||5:06|
|20.||"I Am the Walrus"||8:32|
|United Kingdom (BPI)||5× Platinum||1,500,000‡|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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