As mentioned, Turntable Kitchen's new subscription service Sounds Delicious is getting bands to cover other artists' albums in full. The first release has New Zealand's Yumi Zouma taking on Oasis' 1995 smash (What's the Story) Morning Glory? which will be out April 6. "Even when we realized that an Oasis album could potentially be an option in terms of something we could actually do in a Yumi Zouma way, we weren't 100% sure whether it would just sound totally ridiculous or not," guitarist Charlie Ryder told Gorilla Vs Bear. "It wasn't until we tried the first song that we had an initial idea for - 'Champagne Supernova' - that we knew we had finally settled on something rad.'"

Yumi Zouma's take on "Champagne Supernova" is indeed pretty rad, taking the song and making it sound like they wrote it. Listen to their airy disco take on the song, as well as a more shoegazy rendition of "She's Electric," below.

Other upcoming entries in the Sounds Delicious series: Ben Gibbard covering Teenage Fanclub's Bandwagonesque, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart with Kristin Kontrol and members of Titus Andronicus covering Tom Petty's Full Moon Fever, and more. You can choose anywhere from a one month to full year subscription.