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    Wednesday, October 29, 2003


      Oasis in new U2 book

    Excerpts from the newly published ‘U2, The Best of Propaganda’, Neil McCormick trails U2 and Oasis in San Francisco.

    BONO CALLS IT A 'SCI-FI GOSPEL SHOW'. LIAM OF OASIS IS 'MAD FOR IT'. WHEN 'THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAND AND THE WORLD'S NEXT BEST BAND' -- NOEL'S WORDS -- MET UP IN SAN FRANCISCO ON THE POP MART TOUR NEIL McCORMICK WAS THERE TO WATCH THE FIREWORKS AND TALK TO THE MAIN PLAYERS ABOUT WHY THEY LIKE EACH OTHER SO MUCH. ALONG THE WAY HE EVEN GETS BONO TO EXPLAIN WHAT POPMART IS ALL ABOUT... SORT OF.

    ‘It is a night neither I, nor any of the participants, will forget in a hurry. U2 had just played the first of two dates in Oakland Coliseum and a small group of diehards, fired up on alcohol and adrenaline, were still toasting the success of the Irish superstars' PopMart show. At four a.m. in the almost deserted Tosca Café, while an ancient jukebox cranked out Caruso, Bono clambered on to the bar and delivered a magnificent, drunken rendition of 'O Sole Mio'. Oasis singer Liam Gallagher perched precariously on a barstool beneath him, a grin of disbelief pasted across his face. His brother, Noel Gallagher, leaned against a wall, bottle of beer in hand, eyes half-closed, smiling with the satisfaction of the cat who got the cream. "You know what POP stands for?" he joked, later. "Paddys on the Piss!" There are those in the British press who would probably suggest other acronyms for the word Pop, like Pretentious Overblown Pastiche or Posers Out to Pasture. Elements of the British media - along with a majority of British rock bands - have long displayed a sneering and supercilious attitude to the Irish group. During the course of the PopMart tour, newspapers have seized on reports of cancelled shows with undisguised glee - backed by the kind of research that gives journalism a bad name. Conveniently glossing over legitimate reasons for the cancellation of two U2 dates, ignoring the addition of extra shows due to increased demand and finding no room in their stories for the fact that receipts of $130 million have already made this U2's most successful tour ever, The Guardian, Independent, Daily Star, Daily Express and Observer have (mis)informed their readers PopMart is becoming FlopMart. "If Hubris has a sound" scoffed the Observer, "it is the hiss of air leaking out of the giant inflatable olive that is key prop on the world's most expensive rock tour." "U2 are feeling the cool wind of rejection for the first time", gloated the Guardian. Finding these apparent underachievers playing to 50,000 admirers with Oasis as their support band, it seems safe to conclude reports of the demise of U2 have been greatly exaggerated. Surveying the elegant circular stadium from a glass walled office high behind the stage, U2's manager Paul McGuinness is in bullish form. "We're two months into a world tour and we've already sold two million tickets," he declares. "And I confidently expect to sell over five million before we finish next year." Dressed in a white boxing robe, like a fighter preparing to defend his title, Bono wanders agitatedly around the dressing room before the show. "I just wonder why they don't want us to win?" he says of his critics in the British media. "I feel it's an old public school thing." We're the outsiders being dragged through the bushes. We're the ruddy Irish boys getting a kicking."


    ......Oasis take the stage at dusk. In their own country, the boys of Britpop have played to the largest audiences ever gathered in one place, but here in America they are a sideshow rather than the main event. The stadium is still filling with U2's followers as the five-piece, augmented by a keyboard player, blast through a rocking, no nonsense set. It is the first real gig they have played in 10 months, and they clearly revel in this opportunity to strut their stuff. Liam's singing is impossibly balanced between passion and nonchalance, while Noel's incendiary lead guitar cuts through the crowd's indifference, bringing people to their feet for a climactic, cataclysmic Champagne Supernova. And astonishingly, Oasis, so used to being revered on their own terms, play the part of understudies with grace and humility, thanking U2 and the audience for the opportunity to perform. "If me mam could see me now," crows Liam, "She'd say 'you done good lad, you done good'." "I love stadium gigs," Noel declares afterwards, backstage, eyes burning with excitement. "There's just so many people. How many bands can do this? How many?" He looks defiant, as he proposes a topsy-turvy theory of their status in the rock world. "U2 and Oasis are the underground and everybody else is the mainstream. Cause they're all afraid to be big. They're afraid of success!"


    Liam and Noel stood at the mixing desk, watching the show wide eyed. Never regarded as the most articulate of people, Liam nonetheless has a distinctive way of expressing himself. "this is the first time I've seen U2," he declares. "Now I understand! It's phwoarghghghgh!" He shakes his head in disbelief, and makes a second attempt at verbalizing his enthusiasm. "Fuckin' mad, man. Mad!"

    U2 and Oasis have formed something of a mutual admiration society. Backstage after the show, Adam Clayton emerges from a refreshing shower decked out in Manchester City blues. "It's very humble of them and very humbling for us to have them play with us," admits Bono. "They're a great group and it's a great moment. And they've been so supportive of us. You get the feeling the Gallaghers could call round into a few houses and sort them out on this U2 soap opera that's going on!" Liam Gallagher, who appears to have made an early assault on the backstage supplies of alcohol, hijacks the sound system. "You gotta listen to this," he insists. "This is fuckin' great!" It is the new Oasis album, fresh from the studio. The music booms from the speakers, at once recognizable, yet, if anything, fuller, fatter, even more impressive than before. Liam clutches Bono by the shoulders, singing the lyrics of every song directly into his face. Bono -- immediately catching hold of a succession of instantly memorable choruses -- sings along. The Edge nods his head approvingly. "People say Oasis songs are obvious, but the way the melodies relate to the chords is quite unusual," he observes. "You get the feeling you have heard the songs before, but they still surprise you."

    "There's a genius in pulling the obvious from the air," observes Bono, as Liam lurches around the room, lost in the moment, singing along with a new Oasis track, 'Stand By Me'. Only Noel Gallagher would have the gall to write a song with the same title as one of the world's best loved classics. And, right now, only Oasis could carry it off, and make it sound even more classic than the original. "There's a great joy there... the joy of pop music is the momentum of the music as it changes, as it morphs into different styles and its success as it carries these groups and these people, surfing, just flying along, that's what pop is," says Bono. Liam, the pop star of the moment, strikingly handsome, moving with the animal grace of some magnificent simian creature, spreads his arms wide and sings, "Stand by me, nobody know-ow-ows, the way it's gonna be..."

    A small crowd of backstage revelers -- including Winona Ryder and her new beau from Green Day, singers Lisa M and Lisa B, producers Howie B (no relation!), Nellee Hopper and Hal Wilner -- watch in open admiration, applauding this astonishing private performance. Liam tunes them all out, eager only to lock Bono into this private world of music. Noel sits on a sofa and takes it all in, a perpetual, secret smile playing on his lips. "There's a joy in success," Bono insists. "It's a joy you find in club culture, in black music. From Soul II Soul putting out their t-shirts, getting their own culture going, Beastie Boys, Wu Tang Clan... Oasis. Noel Gallagher is taking care of business. It doesn't take away from the soul of what we do. In fact, it helps because there's a sort of fabric of lies around white alternative music. This is what people won't own up to: does everyone want to be in a great group and take it as far as they can? Yes! And anyone who tell you otherwise, they're not telling you the truth. People will take it as far as they can. Some people don't have whatever it needs to go to this level. Well that's fine. But don't spank us 'cause we can! Because we're obviously not bending over. We're independent spirits, you know?"


    .......and then, with startling synchronicity, the minibus radio, tuned to a late night station, begins to play U2's hit, 'One'.

    "This is the greatest song ever written!" yells Noel. And he and Liam begin to sing it at the top of their voices. Bono, swept away by their exuberance, joins in. And as we roll down a San Francisco highway, long after midnight, three of the world's greatest rock stars treat us to an impassioned, impromptu rendition of a song of unity and brotherly love. "We are one," they sing, "but we're not the same, we've got to carry each other, carry each other..."

    As the track comes to an end, Bono laughs and hugs Noel's shoulders. "Bands won't admit they like you, right, and you're the greatest band in the world," declares Noel. "And the only band that will actually come out and admit that is the next greatest band in the world!"

    source : U2.com




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    Friday, October 24, 2003


      Blair and Noel back in the days....

    Blair cooks up plan to woo celebrities

    LABOUR is to resuscitate its "celebrity unit" ahead of the next election, in an attempt to attract more supporters from the arts, sport and business.

    Tony Blair, the Prime Minister, is concerned that many of the party’s high-profile friends have turned their back and deprived the party of much-needed donations, largely because of opposition to the war in Iraq.

    Michael Cashman, a Labour MEP and former EastEnders actor, has been charged by Mr Blair with the task of wooing back disaffected supporters.

    Celebrities are still seen at No10 - Nigella Lawson, the TV cook, visited this week - but numbers are well down on a few years ago, a trend that worries the Prime Minister.

    The secret campaign risks reviving bad memories of "Cool Britannia", when Mr and Mrs Blair held glittering receptions in Downing Street for stars like Noel Gallagher from Oasis, singer Mick Hucknall of Simply Red and the writer and comedian Ben Elton.

    Some of those who attended have since publicly criticised the government, suggesting that being associated with New Labour and the Blairs no longer carries much celebrity cachet.

    Gallagher said: "When Tony Blair said he was courting the music business, idiots like me thought we could have a say, but it became a publicity stunt on his behalf."

    Elton was also ill at ease with Mr Blair’s vision: "I don’t mind Radio One being trendy, but I can do without the Labour Party trying to strut its funky stuff. I didn’t vote Labour because they’ve heard of Oasis."


    source: the scotsman.com





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    Tuesday, October 21, 2003


      Coldplay DVD features Bonus footage with Noel Gallagher

    COLDPLAY LIVE 2003 (DVD+CD BONUS MATERIAL)

    Catalogue: 4908119
    Format: DVD
    Released: 10 Nov 2003
    Label: CAPITOL

    Filmed at Sydney’s Horden Pavilion in July, Live 2003 captures Coldplay in all their globe-conquering glory. The spectacular footage, shot by acclaimed production company Done & Dusted on super 16 film, includes all the hits plus a new track ‘Moses’ and the lost classic ‘See You Soon’, only previously available on Coldplay’s very first Parlophone release, ‘The Blue Room

    EXTRA CONTENT INCLUDING INTERACTIVE TOUR BOOK, PHOTOS & OXFAM 'FAIR PLAY' ACOUSTIC CONCERT FOOTAGE WITH NOEL GALLAGHER & MS DYNAMITE PERFORMANCES

    thanx L4E member Fred





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    Monday, October 20, 2003


      Tough times for Liam and Nicole

    Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton are passing a hard crisis in their relationship at the moment. Appleton is not very fond of the fact that her boyfriend startet drinking again and hanging out in local pubs fom dusk till dawn. People magazine reports that they have daily quarrels. "Every time they talk to each other it ends with an argument. Their life just consists of fights", a friend of the couple said.

    source: MTV Text (germany) p. 402
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      Robbie's live album outsells Oasis

    "Robbie Williams Live at Knebworth" is the fastest selling Album in UK's history. The recording of the concert was released right after Robbies tour ended. Up until Sunday sales numbers were coming in at around 120 000 copies. Robbie even is outselling the live album "Familiar to Millions" by Oasis according to EMI.

    source: MTV Europe



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    Saturday, October 18, 2003


      British pop is entering another golden phase

    Once upon a time, Britpop had taken over the world, as well as the Top 10. London was swinging once again: Damon Albarn was a teen pin-up and Jarvis Cocker was in the Sun and Smash Hits, while Noel Gallagher was busy getting builders' quotes on a target mosaic for the base of the Jacuzzi in his north London mansion. But it's 2003 now. Blur will never have another number one single, Pulp's Greatest Hits missed the Top 40 by a mile, and Liam Gallagher is a fan of S Club 8. Britannia stopped being cool, and just went cold.

    Ever since the svengali Larry Parnes invented British pop in the late Fifties with teenage creations such as Billy Fury, there have been highs and lows. The last time the pop scene felt this fun was in the mid-Nineties, with Britpop, when rockers acted like pop kids and vice versa. When Vanity Fair magazine hailed Cool Britannia in 1997, they included Blur and Oasis and The Spice Girls in the same special issue. Then life turned a bit dull again, until now.

    The present success of good pop music makes it seem as if, after years of being bombarded with every hardcore major label marketing scam in the book, pop consumers' musical tastes have genetically mutated to the point where they are almost totally resistant to hype.

    And that's the biggest irony of the new pop explosion. While the alternative world is full of super-stylised, high concept artists - White Stripes, The Strokes, Kings Of Leon, The Hives - it's the world in which Busted, Sugababes and the rest reign supreme where the music is all that really matters. It may make for a fickle relationship with record sales, but in a world where you're only as good as your last single, the current crop of UK pop bands are shining brighter than ever before."

    excerpts from the Guardian








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      Liam in new Documentary

    Liam Gallagher is just one of the many colorful stars to be seen in a new film of "A Rock Impresario With a Downside"

    "Mayor of the Sunset Strip," George Hickenlooper's wistful, soft-edged portrait of an elfin, vacant-eyed waif who presided for more than two decades as a social impresario of the Los Angeles rock scene, keeps its claws carefully retracted. That's probably for the best, since the documentary still leaves a bitter aftertaste. The mayor, Rodney Bingenheimer, is a quiet, wizened gnome of indeterminate age who resembles a cross between Paul Williams and Truman Capote with a pageboy haircut. At the peak of his influence as a nightclub proprietor and disc jockey on the influential Los Angeles station KROQ-FM, he was a gatekeeper to the stars. Mr. Bingenheimer hung out with everybody, and his memorabilia-cluttered apartment off Sunset Strip has the photos to prove it. He became a catalytic force on KROQ, where he was the first West Coast D.J. to champion many punk, new wave and alternative rock bands. — Stephen Holden, The New York Times

    Starring Rodney Bingenheimer. Directed by George Hickenlooper. (NR, 94 minutes).
    WITH: Rodney Bingenheimer, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Cher, Sonny Bono, Courtney Love, Gwen Stefani, Brooke Shields, Kim Fowley, Brian Wilson, Alice Cooper, Michael Des Barres, Pamela Des Barres, Monique Powell, Keanu Reeves, Debbie Harry, Liam Gallagher, Mackenzie Phillips, Neil Young, George Wendt, Nancy Sinatra, Pete Townshend, Beck, Joey Ramone, the Monkees, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Four Seasons, Miss Mercy, the GTO's and the Doors






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    Friday, October 17, 2003


      The Strokes : 'Definitely or Maybe'



    When they first emerged, people noted that the Strokes bore a surprising similarity to Definitely Maybe-era Oasis. Their best ideas were all nicked, but sharp songwriting and a fantastic image elevated them beyond mere copyists. Two years later, the comparison still seems apposite. Like the Gallaghers' second effort, (What's the Story) Morning Glory, Room on Fire is an album that appears to punch above its weight. A roaring opener, a trio of great potential singles and a remarkable slow number successfully divert attention from the fact that half of Room on Fire is uninspired filler. The Strokes have managed to come up with just 15 minutes of decent music in two years, but you wouldn't notice while 12:51 or Under Control is playing.

    Room on Fire is liable to shift more copies than Is This It, for precisely the same reasons that the second Oasis album outsold Definitely Maybe. The band's public profile is higher this time around. Since the Strokes' debut, no guitar band has emerged to challenge their dominance over alt-rock: the Libertines are too complex and messy and no one knows if the Darkness are a joke that's about to wear thin. In the absence of any serious alternative, audiences and media alike still want the Strokes to be successful, so success seems assured. For the time being at least, the Strokes have just about got away with it. If they can do so again in the future is anyone's guess.

    excerpts from the Guardian



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    Monday, October 13, 2003


      Spend a day with Liam !



    MTV European Networks are currently looking for fans for a new pilot pan-European show called FANtasy. FANtasy will give the chance for one fan to spend a day-in-the-life of Liam Gallagher. You need to be 18 yrs or older and know your facts about Liam. Please ask for more information and an application form from the programme producer Tomek Mikulin at Mikulin.Tomek@mtvne.com. Please be aware that production will probably take place in the UK.


    _________________
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    PO Box 1381
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    +44 (0) 20 7478 5546



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      Bonehead on the road with new band.

    Ex Oasis guitarist Paul Bonehead Arthurs is currently gigging with his new band The Seers (spelling?).
    The fans in Edinburgh Scotland will be able to check them out this coming Saturday night at The Complex followed by concerts in Glasgow and Dundee !

    thanks L4E member madchester
    source: Scottish Sun




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    Thursday, October 09, 2003


      Liam the critic

    As Jerry Springer the Opera triumphantly progresses from the National Theatre to the West End, its promoters are employing ever more exotic ways of attracting punters. An advert in the NME (yes, the NME) includes endorsements from no less distinguished critics than Jerry Springer himself, Harvey Keitel, Kevin Kline, and erm, Liam Gallagher, who said: "It's the best f***ing thing I've ever seen" (sic). In April the singer was taken to the show by Nicole Appleton, and his considered critical appraisal at the time was: "It's got a load of swearing in it." Pretty much all you need to know, come to think of it.

    source: The Guardian



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    Thursday, October 02, 2003


      Starsailor's James Walsh on Oasis

    "When I heard someone had been shot dead in Phil Spector's house I thought: f**k! Hope it's the singer of Starsailor."

    The man who recently dug the verbal grave for James Walsh , already known for that kind of "politeness", is Noel Gallagher, guitarist of Oasis . Walsh born on a small island named Chorley embodies exactly the opposite of what Oasis stand for. Some tracks off the album 'Silence Is Easy' (EMI) were produced by Wall-of-Sound-legend Phil Spector (The Ronettes ...) right before actress Lana Clarkson was found dead in his house in February and Spector was being accused of murder.


    James Walsh, singer of Starsailor on the new album "Silence Is Easy" - and more

    After the success of their debut "Love Is Here"Britishh melancho-rock group Starsailor releases "Silence Is Easy".We met lead vox James Walsh to chat about Phil Spector, Oasis and the difficulties in the life of a pop star.

    After a long period of under-class posing in British pop ( i.e. as long as Oasis had "ruled" ) newcomer-bands drew the media's attention to them having a focus on romance and sensitivity. Bands Travis and Starsailor became the new idols of that movement: they sold one million copies of their debut (UK numbers).

    Walsh: "Oasis have written some wonderful tunes, but those were always in contrast to their behaviour. People like Fran Healey from Travis and me are just normal guys. I don't believe I'm Jesus like Liam Gallagher does. We make music for the music's sake. And i'm not afraid of showing my feelings and being romantic. Talking about feelings can be a therapy for me. We as Starsailor don't create an image we just try to keep our music on a universal level."

    source: derstandard.at (austria)
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    Wednesday, October 01, 2003


      PATSY TAKES ON NEW ROLE



    Actress Patsy Kensit is set to make her West End debut later at the premiere of a comedy in which she plays a mistress.

    The 35-year-old is appearing with Nigel Havers in See You Next Tuesday at the Albery Theatre. Havers plays wealthy Parisian publisher Pierre Brochant, who has a successful career, lots of friends and a beautiful wife. He also has a passionate mistress called Marlene, played by Kensit, and the unusual pastime of inviting the most stupid people he can find to dinner. Father Ted's Ardal O'Hanlon stars as unsuspecting accountant Francois Pignon, who crosses paths with Havers at one of the gatherings.

    Kensit's previous stage experience includes a role in the Royal Shakespeare Company's Richard III. She has also appeared in the films Lethal Weapon II, Absolute Beginners and The One and Only. But she has become best known for three failed marriages to musicians, most recently Liam Gallagher of

    Oasis


    source: Sky News





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      Noel and Meg in custody battle ?



    NOEL GALLAGHER is heading for a custody battle with ex-wife MEG MATHEWS over their daughter ANAIS.

    The OASIS songwriter is furious at Meg’s plans to take their three-year-old to live in the south of Spain when she moves there next year.

    Meg is marrying new love CHRIS FLYNN and the pair are planning to base themselves near Marbella. It seems she intends to uproot from London and move lock, stock and barrel at the beginning of 2004.

    But doting dad Noel, who also has a home in London, is livid and is warning Meg she faces a day in court if she does not agree to him having lengthy periods with Anais.

    A pal of Noel’s told me last night: “How would you feel if your daughter was being shipped to another country? He’s angry to say the least. Instead of nipping in a taxi to see her he is going to have to jump on a plane.

    “He doesn’t speak to Meg much these days but he has made it quite clear to her that he will take this to court.

    “He wants her to back down and give him Anais for at least six months of the year.”

    Noel had an acrimonious split with Meg in 2000 and at the time he even vowed never to play Wonderwall again, the hit song he wrote for her.

    Meg later won a £4million divorce settlement. She agreed to marry Spanish-based business millionaire Chris after he popped the question to her a month ago. Noel has been dating PR girl SARA MACDONALD since the break up of his marriage.


    source: The Sun





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