Oasis Release iTunes-Only "I'm Outta Time" EP

December 9, 2008 11:44 AM ET

Starting today, Oasis will release their new I'm Outta Time EP exclusively to iTunes. The EP will feature three versions of the Liam Gallagher-penned Dig Out Your Soul track: The album version, a remix and Liam's own demo version. Plus, two other Dig tracks will get the remix treatment, with Jagz Kooner taking on first single "The Shock of the Lightning" and Neon Neon re-imagining "To Be Where There's Life." While you're enjoying your new Oasis tracks, be sure to check out our gallery of the Manchester band and Ryan Adams rocking Oakland, California, and our interview with Noel Gallagher where he gloats that Oasis should be considered in the same league as the Rolling Stones.

Photo Gallery: Oasis and Ryan Adams Kick Off Their Tour in Oakland

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