It was recorded in Monmouth's Rockfield Studios - birthplace of such legendary recordings as Queen's Bohemiam Rhapsody, The Stone Roses' Second Coming and Oasis's What's the Story Morning Glory.
What does WTSMG stand for?
WTSMG stands for What's The Story Morning Glory (Oasis album)
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Then they were soon into their back catalogue with a rattling version of What's The Story Morning Glory.
It shows soldiers performing exercises in desert fatigues and carrying rifles to the sound of the hit tracks from Oasis' chart-topping 1995 album What's The Story Morning Glory.
The fol-low-up, What's the Story Morning Glory, was recorded at Rockfield studios in Monmouth, and was one of the defining albums of the 1990s.
The Oasis album What's the Story Morning Glory notched up one of the best sales ever in this country, with 340,000 within seven days of its release.