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Oasis Documentary ‘Supersonic’ to Depart Netflix Soon

The acclaimed documentary “Supersonic,” chronicling the meteoric rise of the iconic Britpop band Oasis, is set to leave Netflix next month. This 2016 film, directed by Mat Whitecross, offers an intimate look into the volatile relationship between the Gallagher brothers, Noel and Liam, alongside the band’s journey to international stardom during the Britpop era. Praised for its candid exploration of the band’s dynamics and their impact on the music scene, “Supersonic” has been a must-watch for Oasis fans and music lovers alike.

With its departure announced, those interested in revisiting or discovering the story of one of the 90s’ most influential bands have a limited window to view the documentary on Netflix. The film’s exit coincides with a significant period for Oasis, as they have recently been nominated for induction into this year’s Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. Additionally, a new collaborative album between Oasis and John Squire is on the horizon, set for release on March 1, accompanied by a series of eagerly anticipated UK tour dates.

“Supersonic” has been celebrated for its raw and vivid portrayal of Oasis’s heyday, earning a five-star review from NME for its detailed exploration of Britpop’s zenith. Director Mat Whitecross has even hinted at the possibility of a sequel, given the wealth of material still left unexplored about the band’s expansive career.

As the documentary prepares to bid farewell to Netflix on March 1, fans are encouraged to seize the opportunity to immerse themselves in the story of Oasis, a band that defined a generation and left an indelible mark on the music industry.

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