Adam Cox, from Stockport, has created an edible replica of the iconic cover to celebrate the record's 20th anniversary.
Forget Shakermaker, Oasis-mad Adam Cox has proved he’s a top caker-baker
His creations could easily rival any of the showstoppers we’ll see on the Great British Bake Off tonight.
The Stockport-born baker, 29, has proved he’s a rock’n’rolling pin star by recreating the iconic cover of Oasis’ debut album Definitely Maybe in sponge and icing to celebrate the record’s 20th anniversary.
The cake, which took two days to carve and decorate, is a replica of Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs’ living room in Didsbury, and features all five Britpop bandmates, including Noel and Liam Gallagher.
Adam, who grew up in High Lane, near Hazel Grove, said: “Creating a cake to mark the anniversary of this album was a must. It remains one of my favourite albums and I wanted to celebrate it in the only way I know how.”
It is the latest in a batch of edible Greater Manchester icons he has baked, including fellow music legends Morrissey and Frank Sidebottom.
Click here to see a number of pictures of the cake.
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