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    Friday, February 27, 2004


      Behind the scenes at Sawmills Studio....

    THOSE GALLAGHERS - THEY REALLY ARE A PAIR OF LOVELY BOYS

    That's the verdict on the Gallagher brothers and Oasis from Ruth Taylor, manager of Sawmills Studios at Golant, near Fowey, where the band have been recording their new album. The Mancunian band renowned for their infamy attract a media circus wherever they go - and deepest rural Cornwall was no different. Guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher was splashed all over the tabloids after he was pictured strolling to Golant along a railway track from the isolated creek-side studio. The photograph has prompted British Transport Police to consider prosecuting him - he faces a £1,000 fine - and the millionaire rock star was interviewed in Golant following the incident. I visited the studio a couple of days after Oasis left to speak to Ruth about the band's stay at Sawmills - and no I didn't walk on the railway line but was picked up by boat from Golant; the most accessible way of reaching the studio. She said: "Noel was a bit surprised by the whole railway line thing - people are forgetting that the Sun photographer had to get on the line first in order to take the picture of Noel - is he being prosecuted?"

    Oasis returned to Sawmills 10 years after they recorded their debut album, Definitely Maybe, at the world-renowned studio. "Noel said they decided to come back because they had such a good time recording that album here," said Ruth, who has worked at Sawmills since 1990. The band briefly visited just before Christmas to check out the studio's specifications and then returned in late January, recording the bulk of their forthcoming sixth album before leaving last week.

    Ruth added: "The band are really sweet - not at all like their public image. Liam does everything he's told and they always turn up on time. "I think they like coming here because it's so quiet and secluded - they usually have people camped outside their homes all the time. "But they even attract mad fans and media down here - we had one bloke sat out in the creek with a camera on a freezing cold morning. "We've been inundated with silly phone calls and e mails, and we're still receiving post addressed to Noel and Liam."

    One Cornish fan rang up and invited the band to a party and a young band from Surrey travelled all the way to Cornwall and knocked on the studio window one night. They wanted to speak to Noel but he wasn't there. Suddenly Liam appeared. "We've come all the way from Surrey to see you," they excitedly told him. "Bit f***in' stupid," came the reply. And that was the extent of their meeting.

    Cult psychedelic dance act Death In Vegas - Richard Fearless and Tim Holmes - produced the album after working with Liam on the title track of their last record, Scorpio Rising. Ruth added: "They wanted to record an album that didn't sound like the traditional Oasis - it sounds really good. But I'm not telling you more than that, you'll have to wait until it comes out." The band enjoyed drinking at the local, the Fisherman's Arms, where they were a hit with staff and punters alike. One regular said: "They've been really nice, just ordinary customers - polite and well-behaved. "We get a lot of famous rock stars down here so no-one ever makes a fuss about them." However, the usual Oasis furore occurred when the band went to a pub in Fowey and a fight broke out around them.

    Among the other acts who have recorded at Sawmills - which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year - are Supergrass, Muse, Stone Roses, The Verve, Idlewild, Ocean Colour Scene and Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant, who on venturing to the pub was mistaken for a builder from Par.


    source: Cornish Guardian
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    Thursday, February 26, 2004


      Liam and Family on vaco

    PITY the poor people of Barbados – LIAM GALLAGHER is in town.
    Big Gob and his fiancée NICOLE APPLETON are taking a sunshine break with their son Gene. And like a dutiful father and partner, Liam took them to the beach.

    But it looks like the Oasis singer forgot to pack a bucket and spade for his two-year-old – the poor lad had to resort to playing with a bottle of beer. Either that or he’s making an early start on following in Daddy’s footsteps. The pair even wore matching hats.



    In his multi-coloured shorts, it’s clear the seaside is not Liam’s natural habitat. And if his T-shirt’s anything to go by, I’d hazard a guess he’s not planning on playing happy families for long. The slogan reads: “Sit next to a stranger and watch things together.” Odds on he’s planning to escape family duties on the beach – and head for a typical night on the tiles.



    source: The Sun





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    Wednesday, February 25, 2004


      "I don't look like Liam..."

    Interview excerpt of a recent JET interview with swiss website Students.ch

    S: You’re looking like Liam Gallagher today!

    Jet: Oh shit man! No, I don’t look like Liam. I met him 3 days before, and he’s looking old – I am looking young, you know!

    S: What’s happening with him?

    Jet: Oh, nothing! They’re doing their new album, with the producer of “death in vegas”. And things are looking good for Oasis, ya know…

    source: students.ch




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    Tuesday, February 24, 2004


      Exclusive new Oasis Photos in NME

    In next weeks Nme: Story on Liam Gallagher and new band photos.....






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      Oasis on UK's Ultimate Popstar List

    (From TV special on UK's channel 4)

    Sir Cliff Richard was crowned as the UK's Ultimate pop star. The Ultimate Pop Stars show was presented by Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse and featured interviews with Rod Stewart, Sir Cliff Richard, Duran Duran and Westlife.

    Oasis came in at No. 26 with about 6.2 million singles sales. Not a bad little piece about them with some good quotes from Liam, Noel & Bonehead.

    Bonehead - "I think the thing that made us different than all the other bands around at the time, no disrespect to Noel, was Liam Gallagher"

    Liam - "This is the way I am, wether I'm in a band or not, cos I've always been a little twat and always will be"

    Noel - "I write songs on a guitar - it isn't gonna sound like Jean Michelle Jarre, d'you know what I mean?" - Classic!

    source: globefc / l4e forum




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    Monday, February 23, 2004


      New Album delayed ?

    According to Noel Gallagher, Oasis are taking their time while working on their new album down in Cornwall, with the much mooted 2004 release no longer definite, while the band are asking fans for help with compiling a new DVD.

    Oasis are currently recording the follow up to their 2002 album ‘Heathen Chemistry’ at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall with Death in Vegas' Tim Holmes and Richard Fearless, but according to Noel, it's rather slow going:

    "We're just in the middle of doing our album.” He explained to the BBC. “We're just having a couple of weeks off from it. It'd be nice to get it out for the summer, but I doubt it. Maybe the end of the year, I don't know, it depends how well it goes, but it's going a bit slow, lets put it that way."


    Elsewhere the band have asked fans to send in any Oasis related film, video or audio from the band’s past, for possible inclusion on a new as-yet-untitled Oasis DVD project. A message posted on the group’s official website www.oasisinet.com reads:

    “Do you have any photos or video of Oasis in the early days (we're especially interested in anything from 1992 - April 1995). If so we would be very interested in seeing it for possible inclusion in an up and coming official Oasis DVD release.”
    The DVD is reportedly being made by veteran Oasis film-maker Dick Carruthers for M Productions, and anyone with any suitable tat is asked to email oasisdvd@metropolis-group.co.uk with information about what footage you have.


    source : xfm news
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    Thursday, February 19, 2004


      Oasis, Strokes still in talks with Glastonbury Organiser

    PAUL McCARTNEY has been confirmed to headline the Saturday night (June 26) at this year's GLASTONBURY. Festival organiser Michael Eavis confirmed the ex-Beatle's slot at the Oxford Union last night (February 18). Eavis revealed that McCartney was booked for this year's event on the Tuesday after the festival finished last year.

    Other artists confirmed for the three-day festival are The Cure, James Brown, Kings Of Leon, Basement Jaxx, My Morning Jacket and the Scissor Sisters.

    Oasis, and The Strokes are currently in talks with Eavis, who revealed Noel Gallagher had phoned him personally to talk about Oasis's participation in the festival. Acts such as Pixies, Muse, Elbow, Idlewild, and Keane are also strongly rumoured to play.

    Eavis also commented that he would book the Red Hot Chili Peppers if they contacted him with regards to playing the festival, but felt that they were "more for 14 year-olds".

    As previously reported on NME.COM, tickets for the event, taking place on June 25 - 27 at Worthy Farm, Pilton, in Somerset, will go on sale on April 1, at 8pm. Tickets for this year's event will cost £112 plus booking fee, and postage costs. Credit cards will not be accepted, and tickets will be limited to two per person.

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      Liam bashes photographer at Brits ?




    Disguise ... Liam leaves wearing a bag after 'attack'
    Picture: XPOSURE



    OASIS star Liam Gallagher fled with a Paul Smith CARRIER BAG over his head yesterday after being accused of a vicious assault.


    Party animal ... Liam after bash


    Police were last night probing photographer James Taylor’s claim that Gallagher, 31, rained blows on his head after a Brit Awards party. James, 18, said: “He acted like an animal.” James had asked to take photos outside a flat in Belsize Park, North London, at 2am. He said: “Liam punched me four or five times. Later he and two others came out like the Ku Klux Klan. They had carrier bags over their heads with slits cut out for the eyes.”

    An Oasis spokesman said last night: “Nothing un-toward happened."

    source : The Sun





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    Sunday, February 15, 2004


      Gallaghers attend NME award show

    Jet returned to the scene of Thursday’s NME Awards on Friday (February 13) to headline a triumphant NME Awards show - watched by Oasis and a Hollywood starlet.

    The Aussie four-piece were supported at the sold-out Hammersmith Palais gig by The Stands, The Killers and The Ordinary Boys as they worked through hits from their debut album ‘Get Born’. Biggest cheer of the night was reserved for forthcoming hit-in-waiting ‘Look What You’ve Done’. "This is the best London show we’ve played," guitarist Cameron told NME.COM. "It’s a lot of fun for us when we see people come who want to have a party."

    Liam and Noel Gallagher took time out from recording new album in Cornwall to watch the show. And ‘Clueless’ actress Alicia Silverstone was also in the audience. She made a bee-line for the band backstage as soon as the gig was finished.

    source: NME





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    Thursday, February 12, 2004


      Film-maker needs your footage for new Oasis DVD !

    Do you have any photos or video of Oasis in the early days (we're especially interested in anything from 1992 - April 1995). If so we would be very interested in seeing it for possible inclusion in an up and coming official Oasis DVD release.

    The DVD is being made by veteran Oasis film-maker Dick Carruthers at M Productions. Please email oasisdvd@metropolis-group.co.uk with information about the footage you have and they will contact you.

    So, have a look through your archives and you could become an official contributor to this exciting project.

    source: Oasisinet




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    Wednesday, February 04, 2004


      Darkness Have Another Go at Oasis

    Glam rock band The Darkness have hit out again at Oasis – saying they are “on their way down”. Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher recently called the flamboyant rockers “inoffensive”, saying “it doesn’t do anything for me”. But the Spandex-clad lead singer of The Darkness Justin Hawkins has continued his war of words against the Manchester band. He told Kerrang! magazine: “Noel Gallagher is an overrated guitarist losing grip on his credibility who just has to fire shots on his way down. “It’s kind of a shame, really.”

    Hawkins recently used the Late Show with David Letterman in the US to brand Oasis “too arrogant” to succeed in America.

    scotsman.com



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    Tuesday, February 03, 2004


      Sun article get's Noel in trouble

    I’VE got some bad news for NOEL GALLAGHER ... he’s wanted by the cops – but it isn’t exactly for the most rock ’n’ roll crime of the century. The police have paid Bizarre a visit after seeing my story of Noel walking along a railway line and they want to feel his collar. It seems I accidentally put the OASIS guitarist and drummer — and now desperado — in the frame by running the picture on Monday. Now the British Transport Police want to haul him in for questioning. Inspector Kevin Marshall rang me yesterday to say he wanted to talk to a Mr N Gallagher. And he added that Noel faces a fine of up to £1,000 if it can be proved he has been trespassing. He said: “I have been contacted by National Rail and they want me to investigate. “I will need to speak to Mr Gallagher because the danger is children may copy what he’s doing. “The message needs to be clear that people should not step foot on the railways. If he is found to have broken a law he could face a fine of up to £1,000.”

    As serious as the incident is, it’s hardly up there in the rock ’n’ roll hall of infamy. I don’t think THE WHO’s KEITH MOON is going to be spinning in his grave. Not even STEPS have anything to worry about. I revealed on Monday that Noel, brother LIAM and bandmates GEM ARCHER and ANDY BELL have been recording the new Oasis album in deepest Cornwall. The band are staying in the village of Golant near the studio where they made debut album Definitely Maybe.
    I told how they were ignoring the local boat service to take them to Sawmills Studios, which is accessible from the water only at high tide. Instead they are opting to walk along the tracks — despite a sign warning that trespassers will be prosecuted.

    This is not Noel’s first run-in with the Old Bill — he says he was once arrested for shoplifting. His wildman brother is well-known to the boys in blue, however. He was in trouble with them after trespassing on a different set of lines in 1996, when he was cautioned after being caught carrying cocaine. Sorry Noel, I didn’t mean to get you in trouble. And in the words of Crimewatch presenter NICK ROSS, don’t have nightmares. Good night.

    source: The Sun






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    Monday, February 02, 2004


      Work on new Album has begun

    New sounds ... Oasis work on new album


    OASIS are keeping it real while working on their new album. NOEL GALLAGHER and the lads are staying in a two-star hotel, not the posh rooms available at Cornwall’s Sawmills Studios, where they also recorded megahit Definitely Maybe.I caught up with Noel at the £60-a-night Cormorant Hotel in Golant, near the studio. As you can see in the picture below, it’s certainly not The Ritz. In a rare chat, busy Noel confirmed my story last month that he will be the band’s drummer now ALAN WHITE has been axed. Brother LIAM, ANDY BELL and GEM ARCHER are pitching in, though. “All four of us are writing. It’s a total collective,” he told me.

    A hotel resident said: “We expected arrogant rock stars but they are lovely and friendly.”


    Two-stars ... hotel where band stay



    Sadly, the hell-raising Gallaghers can’t do everything by the book. They are travelling between hotel and studio by foolishly (and illegally) taking a short cut on a railway line.

    source: the Sun





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