Oasis have beaten their heroes the Beatles to the title of Best British Album Ever. Their 10-year-old creation, Definitely Maybe, has topped a staff poll of 50 best albums by Q magazine. Second on the list is the Fab Four's Revolver, released in 1966, almost 30 years before the Oasis debut. The poll comes after the Mancunian band, who have always looked to the Beatles for inspiration, signed Zak Starkey, the son of former Beatle Ringo Starr as their latest drummer. The Gallagher brothers experienced supersonic success after they were discovered, with Definitely Maybe becoming the fastest-selling album of all time. The band also beat heavyweights such as the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, and Pink Floyd in the survey of the music magazine's staff. The Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet comes seventh, The Smiths' The Queen is Dead eighth, Led Zeppelin's Led Zeppelin III came ninth, and Massive Attack's Blue Lines 10th. The Sex Pistols' Never Mind The ******** Here's the Sex Pistols comes third on the list, followed by Radiohead's OK Computer. The poll is featured in the July issue of Q which is out on June 1.