- "Don't Go Away" was written for the Gallaghers' mom, Peggy — who was hospitalized and suspected of having cancer. They say Liam started sobbing in the recording. They threw it in.
- The appropriately named "Stop Crying Your Heart Out".
- Noel's rendition of The Smiths' "There Is a Light That Never Goes Out".
- In an unintended way, the joke track "Digsy's Dinner". The band said they liked the "This could be the best days of our lives", and it (along with the lyrics' puppy love imagery) can sound as a somewhat warm take on "be here now" anthems.
- Then there are "Where Did It All Go Wrong" and "Falling Down".
- This performance of "Live Forever", just one month before the band broke up. The absolute anger between the Gallagher brothers is palpable, and even if you didn't know they had (another) fight before the show, hearing the bitterness in Liam's voice (a shadow of its former self) and seeing him nervously pace the stage when not singing, along with seeing Noel break down in tears after the line "Now is not the time to cry", tells you that something isn't right with this band. The usually uplifting and fist-pumping guitar solo becomes heartbreaking.
- Also: "Slide Away", "Cast No Shadow", and "Don't Look Back in Anger".
- "Don't Look Back in Anger" deserves special mention for becoming the unofficial anthem of the Manchester Arena bombing recovery efforts.
- The sheer idea of the break-up. These aren't bandmates who have decided to go different ways, they're brothers. Brothers who may never see each other again because there's too much that's gone on between them.
- Granted Noel has stated he and Liam are speaking, but considering how they both aren't deciding to do an Oasis reunion or aren't even seen spending time together, we can assume things are still bad.
- Rumors spread that they'd reunite for the 2017 Manchester benefit concert organised by Ariana Grande, which if anything would be 'the' perfect time, but afterwards Liam (who'd made a surprise appearance) chewed out Noel on Twitter for not flying home from abroad to do it, indicating that they're still not on great terms.
- However, they have apparently managed to bury the hatchet now, finally; both Liam and Noel have announced a truce regarding their verbal jousting, for lack of a better word. While Liam is denying that a reunion will take place, people are now starting to speculate whether or not they will perform together if the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts Oasis in 2019, since that's when Definitely Maybe will have its 25th anniversary.
Tear Jerker / Oasis
This Britpop band can make you cry.