Mandatory stay-at-home orders bring out the best and worst in all of us. For Noel Gallagher of Oasis, it was the time to discover something rare. While he was going through his stuff, Gallagher surprisingly found a demo CD which was unmarked at his home. "Don't Stop..." is the title of the song, which is an unreleased track from the famous rock band.

Gallagher went on to say that he is only aware there is only one version of the unearthed tune 'out there.' He was referring to the soundcheck the band had done about 15 years ago in Hong Kong. He posted on Twitter on April 30 that he was "not sure whether the soundcheck version pre-dates the demo as there's no date on the CD." Listen to the track here -

His brother, Liam, responded to this finding with a cryptic comment -

The last work that the iconic band came out with was in 2008 with its last album "Dig Out Your Soul." Siblings Noel and Liam Gallagher, known to be at severe odds with each other, turned back on their success that saw the split of the Oasis band in 2009.

Oasis band's contribution to the rock world

The birth of the English rock band, Oasis, was in 1991 in Manchester, England. Initially, the group, named as The Rain, was formed by schoolmates, Liam Gallagher for the vocals, Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs on guitar, Paul McGuigan on bass, and Tony McCaroll on drums. Noel Gallagher, Liam's older brother, came back to Manchester after working as a guitar technician. He learned about The Rain. Noel joined the band with the condition that he will have full control, which included contributing all the songs. The band was formed and renamed it to Oasis.

Oasis found itself doing intensive rehearsals for a year that landed them playing gigs on small gigs. The band got to make Alan McGee, the head of Creation Records to listen to the demo tape. McGee, who was impressed with the sound, signed up the band and helped them come out with the debut album.

The first single from Oasis released in 1994 was "Supersonic," which slowly climbed its way on the charts. The second single, "Live Forever," followed and became a major hit in the U.K. Soon after, their debut album "Definitely Maybe" was released in August 1994. The two hit singles attracted the fans to the album, and it topped the British charts. The LP became the fastest-selling debut in U.K. music history and had sales of seven million copies.

"Definitely Maybe" became Oasis' rocketship to fame. It marked their success as one of the British most popular and critically acclaimed bands. With the band's distinct guitar plays, the sound of the British guitar pop found its way back again topping the charts.

Even with their success that year, the band started to go through times when the brothers, Noel and Liam, constantly fought with each other. Though with all the tensions around the group, Oasis had an impressive work in the music industry. The band released seven studio albums, one live album, compilation albums were at five. They also had six video albums, a total of 29 singles, and one EP.

Oasis' biggest hit came through the sophomore album, "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?" out in October 1995. The album marked the second biggest hit album in British history.

A total of 75 million sold records have been credited to Oasis' fame, making them one of the best-selling bands of all time.