20 years after Oasis’ Be Here Now became the fastest-selling record in British chart history, frontman Liam Gallagher just set a new chart record of his own with the release of his debut solo record.

On October 6th, Liam Gallagher released As You Were, his debut solo record, and first album released since the disbandment of Beady Eye in 2014. Since its release, As You Were has nabbed the top spot on the UK charts, and has set a record for the highest-selling vinyl record in 20 years.

As The Manchester Evening News reports, Gallagher’s debut record has seen a phenomenal first week, selling a combined total of 103,000 records, almost doubling the 56,000 that Oasis Definitely Maybe saw all the way back in 1994. 16,000 of the sales in the record’s first week were on vinyl, giving the record the distinct honour of having the highest-selling first week on vinyl in 20 years.

Of course, Liam Gallagher was relatively subdued about the whole ordal, rather taking to Twitter to issue a Tweet in which he congratulated himself and all those involved in the record for their role in helping him reach the top spot.