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    Tuesday, July 29, 2003


      ...backbeat word is on the street....

    Oasisinet announcement:

    Apologies to all you fans out there for a lack of news as of late, the band have been taking some time out and working on songs for their next album but we hope to post some Oasis news soon.

    However, we do have some fantastic news for all you Oasisinet fans. Oasisinet is to have a totally new redesign and face lift. We plan to change the visual look of the site plus update elements that are already there and make the site much easier to use. There will also be a very special 'community' area for you the fans.

    So, make sure you are registered to the mailing list because we will be emailing everyone in the next couple of months with details of the un veiling of the new site!

    source : Oasisinet




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    Saturday, July 26, 2003


      Oasis Knebworth Flag up for auction !



    OASIS FLAG USED AT THE FRONT STAGE AT KNEBWORTH 1996


    This Oasis flag was used at the upper stage at the 250,000 people Oasis gig at Knebworth Park in 1996! There was only 3 of these flags on the stage - and you can be the lucky owner of 1 of the only 3 ever made! The flag is aprox 1x0.5 meter - the pole is 1.2 meter. I bought this flag from a local crew member who worked at the upper stage back in 1996, his job was to take this flag down after the gig (flag comes with COA from this local crew). It's not very often you find such rare Oasis items at eBay - these normally go up at auctions like Sothebys in London etc!

    Flag is being sold with a laminated local crew pass (as extra proof).

    Item is in EX condition (almost mint).

    Auction : click here

    source :ebay/cns






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    Thursday, July 24, 2003


      Girls Aloud rip off Wonderwall

    IF you thought the new GIRLS ALOUD single sounded familiar — here’s why.

    The track, Life Got Cold, appears to have borrowed heavily from the classic OASIS track Wonderwall. In fact, I reckon that the melody of the chorus is exactly the same. A Girls Aloud insider says: “This new single is a big departure from their usual sound. “They are all big Oasis fans so I’m sure they won’t mind comparisons with their classic love song.
    “But I don’t think they are about to start wearing parkas and punching photographers — not at this stage in their careers anyway.”



    No action ... Noel didn't take on Hear'Say


    Life Got Cold is the third single for the girls. It will be released on August 18 and sounds like a No1. I reckon it is their strongest song yet and proves that the feisty five — winners of Popstars: The Rivals — are here to stay. However, the first Popstars band, the now defunct HEAR’SAY, also appeared to nick an Oasis tune. The chorus to their massive-selling debut track Pure And Simple seemed to be a cross between All Around The World and the ALL SAINTS smash Never Ever. But NOEL GALLAGHER decided not to take action, perhaps wisely considering almost every Oasis track
    ever made is a rip-off of T-REX, SLADE or THE BEATLES.


    source: The Sun






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      The Great BritPop swindle

    Britpop: media contrivance or a musical epoch? Michael Dwyer talks to the documentary maker who asked the hard questions.


    It's Monday morning in London, and John Dower, director of a rollicking new documentary about the rise and fall of Britpop, Live Forever, is running his bath. Outside, he acknowledges, is "a nation of whingeing Poms. It's dark and dirty and nothing works".

    "But," he qualifies with a surge of pride, "we're brilliant at throwing up these iconic, entertaining, witty, daft pop-culture idols. I mean, can you imagine a Swiss Jarvis Cocker or a German Gallagher brothers?"

    He knows it's small change in the global market, but after a teenage purgatory of "Thatcher, Wham and Spandau Ballet", the early-'90s' alternatives of Blur, Pulp and Oasis felt like history in the making for Dower and the vast majority of his fellow Britons.

    The fleeting, vacuous and ultimately very funny Britpop phenomenon is indeed history today. Pulp? Elastica? Sleeper? Menswear? All dead. Blur? In pieces. Suede? Irrelevant. Oasis? A working-class parody. Tony Blair? Um, can you call back next week?

    But from the Blur-versus-Oasis feud of 1995, to Cocker wiggling his arse at Michael Jackson at the 1996 Brit Awards, to New Labour's spectacular subsequent victory, the whole zany story already ranks alongside Swinging London, '77 punk and Live Aid in the great big book of British pop.


    "I thought the only way to approach the film was as comedy," Dower says. "Britpop was a Carry On moment for British culture in the mid-'90s. It all got very, very silly.

    "I mean, there was a certain substance to it. I was very conscious in the early '90s that things were getting great again - great music, a great feeling, this burst of optimism. But it was such an inward-looking thing. It was navel-gazing, absolutely."

    As succinctly outlined in the film by pop-culture author Jon Savage, Britpop took root in the void created by Kurt Cobain's suicide. With Oasis ascending, stroppy northerner Liam Gallagher was a handy patsy for the vacant working-class-hero position.

    Meanwhile, Blur's middle-class cockney intellectual, Damon Albarn, had already made aggressive moves against what he called "the Coca-Colonisation of Britain". When the two bands contrived to release a single on the same day, the nation's media was galvanised.

    "Only in Britain," Dower chuckles, "could a battle of the bands be turned into a pantomime class war."

    Live Forever tells how the bloodthirsty tabloid media turned niche-market indie-rock stars into mainstream celebrities - and then has-beens. The surge of manufactured patriotism was so powerful that Tony Blair actively pursued Noel Gallagher and Pulp's Jarvis Cocker to endorse his run for PM.

    Dower and his Oscar-winning producer, John Battsek (One Day In September), made an early undertaking they would only make Live Forever if they had access to Britpop's "holy trinity": Albarn, Cocker and the Gallaghers. Reluctant, even belligerent as most of them appear, it's their input that gives the film authority, much of its humour and a surprising undercurrent of pathos.

    "We got Noel after several months of stalking and grovelling, and he was great, really into it," Dower says. "Liam was possibly the most surreal hour of my life. For about 20 minutes he said absolutely nothing. He just stared at me in an intimidating fashion.

    "I had to stop the interview and say, 'Liam, I don't wanna be funny, but you're not saying anything. It's just me talking and all this silence'. He was like, 'I fookin' like silence, I do. Gives you time to think'. After that, he did open up a bit.

    "Jarvis was very forthcoming, but you have to remember that it wasn't a great time for him. Pulp had spent 13 years as a struggling band, occasionally getting the odd John Peel radio session, then suddenly they found themselves centre-stage. It was everything Jarvis wanted, but he immediately discovered it was a load of rubbish, and it affected his creativity very badly."

    But it's Albarn's excruciating interview that reveals Britpop's worst personal casualty.

    "He's a funny lad," Dower says with a sigh. "It's strange, because we went to see Damon a couple of weeks before and he was great, a completely different person. He thought this was a good idea and he had things he wanted to get off his chest. But on the day of the interview, he'd come with his awkward-bugger hat on.

    "Ironically, though, Damon is the only one of all of them who's continued to really develop as a musician and to be successful at it. So maybe (Britpop) was a good thing for him on some level."

    In the final cut, Albarn's seething bitterness and Cocker's air of used and abused embarrassment say as much about the era as the more garrulous Noel Gallagher.

    Pop-culture junkies may even hear a faint echo from another great rock'n'roll swindle resounding through Live Forever - Johnny Rotten's famous last words as a Sex Pistol on stage in San Francisco in 1978: "Ever get the feeling you've been cheated?"

    John Dower hears it, too. "There's almost this strange, melancholic refrain that goes through the film: 'What the f--- was all that about?' I personally believe the reason is that, as we all know, pop culture is circular, but in the '90s it sped up and got really loopy.

    "There's a great quote that what happened to Led Zeppelin in 10 years happened to Nirvana in two. These people got chewed up and spat out before they knew what was happening."

    So what is the legacy of Britpop?

    "There were some great tunes, which is probably enough, and people had a great time, which should never be underestimated. But I like it because it's one of those silly moments in British culture that we're great at. It's one of the few things I get patriotic about."

    What, snatching defeat from the jaws of victory?

    "Yeah. That's what the British do, isn't it?"

    source: theage.com.au




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    Monday, July 21, 2003


      Polydor might drop Appleton sisters


    Nicole and Liam

    With " All Saints" they had hit after hit but sister duo Natalie and Nicole "Appleton" still seem without success.
    After the devastating flop of the single "Everything Eventually" rumors are floating around regarding label Polydor
    wanting to drop the sisters.

    This could be because even with a big ad campaign the single could not make it into the charts. Almost unbelievable that the once successful pair only were able to sell a lousy 650 copies.

    But in these hard days the Appletons might seek help from some friends. At least they have their own music biz experience to bring to the table .... Nicole being married to Liam Gallagher of Oasis and Natalie with Liam Howlett of Prodigy.

    translation : live4ever.us
    source: 20min.ch



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    Tuesday, July 15, 2003


      Oasis not 2 fast or 2 furious

    EVA MENDES (2 Fast 2 Furious)

    ......"I love London and England," she gushes. "And a lot of my favourite music comes from Manchester - Morrissey and The Smiths, The Stone Roses and Oasis. You wouldn't think I would be into them and a lot of people are shocked by my taste in music, but it's what I like. I got into these bands later on. It just sounded so new to me and not dated at all. When I learned that lots of that stuff came out when I was at school I was amazed.

    "I have lots of friends in London and Manchester. I met them while travelling around Europe and my boyfriend has a few friends here too. I have never been to Manchester, but I'm going for the first time on this trip. I am really looking forward to it. I have also spent a lot of time in London and always drink a lot more than I usually do when I'm here. Well, you have to do the Guinness thing.".........






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    Monday, July 14, 2003


      Liam and the 'stones'



    LIAM GALLAGHER teaches his son Gene how to do what all dads do best – skimming stones.

    The two-year-old is enjoying a seaside break with his dad – staying at uncle NOEL’s place in Ibiza.

    An onlooker said: “Liam was determined to impress Gene with his stone-skimming skills. They were having the time of their lives.”

    source: The Sun





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    Sunday, July 13, 2003


      Noel shops at Maine Road

    Final clearout at Maine Road




    EIGHTY years of memories have gone under the hammer at Maine Road as hundreds of Manchester City fans said a final farewell to the old stadium. More than 600 lots have been auction off by the club before it moves to the new 48,000-seat City of Manchester stadium.

    Items sold off included pieces of turf, the door to manager Kevin Keegan's office and a mahogany director's table. It is expected that many of the bidders will come from overseas while it is rumoured Oasis star Noel Gallagher will try to snap up some of the lots.

    source: Manchester online




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    Friday, July 11, 2003


      Dad , not that song again......

    THERE’S nothing more embarrassing than your old dad belting out songs from a bygone generation.

    LENNON GALLAGHER was barely off the plane at Ibiza airport when “dad fer it” LIAM started wailing OASIS numbers.

    Poor lad probably prefers a bit of S CLUB anyway.

    And he reacted exactly the same way most kids in the situation would – by holding his head in his hands.

    Liam has taken Lennon, his son with PATSY KENSIT, for a summer holiday at his Uncle NOEL’s villa on the Spanish Mediterranean island.

    Meanwhile, Liam’s other half NICOLE APPLETON, mum to Liam’s other son GENE, is staying in Britain to do what she does best – buy yet more trainers.

    Nicole hit the streets with sister NATALIE on a mammoth shopping trip for their favourite footwear.

    And her T-shirt posed the question “What are you looking at?”

    Um, I can’t be sure but I think it’s the girls who were once in ALL SAINTS. I wonder what happened to them?

    source: The Sun



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      Oasis tops Stone Roses

    OASIS MANCHESTER'S BEST

    The Oasis hit Live Forever has been named as the greatest pop track to come out of the musical hotbed of Manchester.

    The band's third single - which scraped into the top 10 in 1994 - beat songs by The Stone Roses and The Smiths in the Virgin Radio poll.


    More than 4,000 listeners cast votes in the survey which was carried out for the station's Pete & Geoff Breakfast Show.

    Presenter Pete Mitchell said: "Classic Oasis tracks are still loved by the public - despite the backlash against them.

    "Their sell-out tour last year confirmed it, and this poll does too.

    "The Manchester music scene was and is still is influential.

    "For The Stone Roses and The Smiths to have topped this poll even though they have since split shows how influential they were."

    His show is looking at the biggest bands from a number of cities over the coming weeks.

    The Manchester Top 10:

    1. Oasis - Live Forever

    2. Stone Roses - Fools Gold

    3. The Smiths - This Charming Man

    4. New Order - True Faith

    5. Joy Division - Love Will Tear Us Apart

    6. James - Come Home

    7. Badly Drawn Boy - Silent Sigh

    8. Doves - There Goes the Fear

    9. Happy Mondays - Step On

    10. The Buzzcocks - Ever Fallen in Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've).

    source: Sky




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    Thursday, July 10, 2003


      RKID radio schedule

    Don't miss the 1 hour indepth interview with Bonehead and Noel from March 1995 (Just an interview with attitude!) and this week's great sounding bootleg from the Marine Mese, Fukuoka from March 2000 now playing on RKID radio! Click below to listen :









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      Liam not dad enough ?



    Soccer and style icon David Beckham who is bringing up his two sons Brooklyn and Romeo together with his wife Victoria is the best model-dad and -husband. This according to a poll of readers of british parenting magazine "Pregnancy and Birth". 'Loser' dads were also crowned : Pop star Michael Jackson and rock punk Liam Gallagher are found at the other end of the Dads-list.


    source: 20mins.ch
    translation: l4e







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    Wednesday, July 09, 2003


      Paul's not a Gallag-hair

    PAUL WELLER got mistaken for one of the GALLAGHER brothers because of his haircut.

    He was in a restaurant recently when a Swedish waitress came running up to him, cooing: “Aren’t you in Oasis?”

    “No,” replied the mystified Modfather as he munched his meal.

    “Are you one of Gallaghers from Oasis?”, the confused girl pressed on determinedly.

    Paul replied: “Me? No darlin’, I work for a living.”

    source: The Sun




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    Tuesday, July 08, 2003


      A Signal from Liam....



    HERE’S stroppy Oasis frontman LIAM GALLAGHER making yet more hand signals to photographers – but for once they’re not rude. Old monkey boy was larking about outside his north London home after visiting a pet shop with fiancée NICOLE APPLETON. An onlooker said: “I don’t know what they bought but it put him in a good mood.”

    Nicole has revealed she, Liam and son Gene nearly quit Britain for her native Canada but changed their minds. She says: “I even had my uncle looking for places for us to live.”

    source : The Sun
    thanx : Caroline








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    Monday, July 07, 2003


      HC not stopping it's climb

    Heathen Chemistry up 18 slots this week to #49 on UK album Charts



    48 JUST ENOUGH EDUCATION TO PERFORM
    STEREOPHONICS 115wks

    49 HEATHEN CHEMISTRY
    OASIS
    BIG BROTHER (53wks )

    source: dot music
    thanx : fred






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    Sunday, July 06, 2003


      Liam mad fer Canucks

    Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher living in Toronto?

    Don't laugh.

    It almost happened at the height of the British tabloid press frenzy surrounding Gallagher and his fiancee, Canadian-born Nicole Appleton, formerly of All Saints, with whom he has a two-year-old son, Gene (short for Genius).

    "Liam and I almost moved to Canada," says the impossibly blond and beautiful Nicole, 28, seated beside equally gorgeous older sister Natalie, 30, in a Notting Hill club recently to promote Everything's Eventual, their new pop-electronica album as the duo Appleton.

    "We've had debates about it. But you don't just go to Canada because of the press. It's just if you want to."

    Jokes Natalie, who's brought along her three-month-old white chihuahua named Michael Jackson in a fake Burberry bag: "Is Canada ready for Liam Gallagher?"

    That would be a big fat yes.

    "It's one of his favourite places in the world," Nicole says. "And he loves bringing up that he has a Canadian fiancee when he's there. Loves it. But our family are out there and I had my uncle looking for places for us to live in Toronto. It got that serious. That was right before we released our album so it's kind of been put aside. But there's always going be that option I think, whatever happens. I mean, it was always Ireland or Canada -- it's one of the two."

    excerpt from: Toronto Sun
    thanks CNS






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    Saturday, July 05, 2003


      Quiet as a Mouse...that's Noel

    Who would want to live next door to a rock star? Quite a lot of people if NOEL GALLAGHER is anything to go by. The wildman Oasis guitarist is so quiet that his mews neighbours in Marylebone, central London, didn’t even know he lived nearby.

    One said: “We didn’t realise he was there until he’d been in the house about a year. He’s as quiet as a mouse and very polite when we see him.”


    source : The Sun/ thanx Fred





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    Friday, July 04, 2003


      Mad fer Jerry

    Springer set for West End run


    Jerry Springer - The Opera is to get a West End run with top ticket prices being kept low to encourage young theatregoers

    The show has been a sell-out success at the National Theatre, winning rave reviews and will now head to the Cambridge Theatre in Covent Garden where many top tickets will be reserved for the under 25s at £25.

    The light-hearted production - based on the trashy talk show - was an unlikely sight at the National.

    The venue, more used to classics and high-brow works became home to tap-dancing Klansmen, and a chorus chanting four letter words.

    Oasis star Liam Gallagher said it was "the best thing I have ever seen".

    source : Channel4.com






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    Thursday, July 03, 2003


      Oasis or Coldplay to headline next Glastonbury

    Paul McCartney, Prince and either Oasis or Coldplay will headline next year's Glastonbury, according to tabloid reports. The Beatles legend was reportedly turned down for this year's Glastonbury as he wanted to headline Saturday night, the slot taken by Radiohead.

    source:mtv.com






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    Tuesday, July 01, 2003


      Noel's Maine Attraction

    MAN CITY nut NOEL GALLAGHER wants to buy the turf from the team’s old Maine Road stadium – to build a mini version of the ground in his back garden.

    And it doesn’t stop there. He also wants to buy SEATS and even a TURNSTILE.
    The OASIS guitarist is gutted his beloved team have moved after 80 years and the stadium is being demolished.
    He is prepared to spend thousands on pieces of the club’s history — including seats from the Kippax stand where he used to watch City as a kid in the Seventies.
    A pal of Noel’s told me last night: “It’s heartbreaking for Noel. Some of his happiest memories are of standing in the Kippax abusing Manchester United players. He heard some of the ground was being sold off and jumped at the chance of buying it. “They are flogging the whole pitch. Noel wants enough for a seven-a-side replica so he’ll need maybe half of it.


    “He also wants proper seats to go around the pitch and has got his heart set on one of the original turnstiles to give the whole thing a big-match feel.
    “He can’t wait to hold games there with his mates. You could say Maine Road is going to be Noel’s new home ground.” The club is moving to the City Of Manchester Stadium, home of last year’s Commonwealth Games.
    Historic items from the old ground are being auctioned off on Sunday. Even the boardroom table and corner flags are up for grabs.

    Seats will start at around £12.50, with turf at around £10 a clump.
    A spokesman for the firm handling the sale said: “This is to give something back to the fans.” Noel plans to returf the pitch he has at his mansion near Chalfont St Giles, Bucks. The estate is currently undergoing major renovation. Brother LIAM is City mad, too. He has set his heart on a light blue rug bearing the club’s badge from Maine Road reception area.

    source: the SUN




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