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    Wednesday, March 31, 2004


      Glasto , Friday 25 June , Main Stage : Oasis !

    .......reports Q magazine !

    31 March 2004

    Oasis are playing Glastonbury 2004! Noel Gallagher's mob are slated to headline the Pyramid Stage on Friday 25 June. They'll be joined by fellow headliners Paul McCartney on Saturday 26 and Muse on Sunday night.
    "It sounds incredibly conceited, but all the bands called me," says Glastonbury supremo Michael Eavis. "Noel phoned up and asked to do Friday. The bands that don't phone don't play." Other acts set to appear at the festival include Kings Of Leon, Black Eyed Peas, Franz Ferdinand and James Brown.


    "They're all atomic bands," says Eavis. "The festival takes place in my garden, so it has to be bloody good." Keep an eye on Q4music.com and Q magazine for all your Glastonbury info needs - it's the only place you can get reliable information and advice about the festival and is where you'll find the complete line-up for this year's event on 1 June.


    Tickets for Glastonbury 2004 go on sale at 8pm on Thursday 1 April. They cost £112, plus £3 booking fee and £4 p&p and are only available from the Glastonbury Ticket Telephone Line on 0870 830 2004 and www.aloud.com.
    For more info on how to buy tickets, and to sign up with our special Glastonbury information service, click here


    GLASTONBURY 2004: WHO'S PLAYING?

    FRIDAY 25 JUNE
    MAIN STAGE
    OASIS
    Kings Of Leon
    PJ Harvey
    Ms Dynamite


    SATURDAY 26 JUNE
    MAIN STAGE
    PAUL McCARTNEY
    Black Eyed Peas
    Starsailor
    Ben Harper
    Damien Rice


    SUNDAY 27 JUNE
    MAIN STAGE
    MUSE
    Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
    James Brown


    ALSO EXPECTED TO APPEAR...


    Keane, Franz Ferdinand, The Chemical Brothers, Groove Armada, Joss Stone, Spiritualized, Nelly Furtado, Jamie Cullum, Love, Kosheen, Sister Sledge, Doves, Fatboy Slim, Television, Amy Winehouse, Goldie Lookin' Chain, Tindersticks, Spearhead, Suzanne Vega... plus more to be added.


    source : Q magazine online




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      New Album out at end of the year

    NOEL GALLAGHER has warned OASIS fans they will have to wait a bit longer to hear the group's next album.

    He told Virgin Radio's Ben Jones: "The album's not going to be out until the end of the year at the earliest - not in June like predicted." Noel spoke at a WHO gig for the Teenage Cancer Trust. PETE TOWNSHEND performed with The Who for the first time since he was cautioned for accessing a child pornography website. He said: "I was a bit worried about being here, what with the year I've had."

    source: thesun.co.uk



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    Tuesday, March 30, 2004


      Oasis again rumored to be headlining Glasto

    The Glastonbury rumour-mill has been working overtime today, with various websites claiming news of the official headliners. However, the official word from organisers is that the announcement will be made June 2 and that anything else is pure speculation. Unless Michael Eavis gets overexcited again and tells everyone…

    Currently only Paul McCartney has been officially confirmed by Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis. However, Oasis and Muse are now being touted as the remaining two headliners for the June festival.

    News from the Oasis official website is that the band are still in talks saying, "For those of you who have seen stories in the press regarding Glastonbury, Oasis are currently talking to the festival about playing on the Friday night but this is not yet confirmed."

    While the Muse website is typically tight-lipped on everything, except their already confirmed appearence at this year's V Festival.

    We'll let you know if this changes

    source: xfm online
    ----------------------------

    The organisers of Glastonbury have been playing down rumours about the line-up for this year's festival.

    It's being claimed that Oasis and Muse will join Paul McCartney as headliners.

    The Glasto press office told Radio 1 they wouldn't confirm the rumours - but they've posted a message on the official site which says they have been talking to Oasis about playing the Friday night.

    The offical line-up will be announced on 2 June, and tickets go on sale on Thursday.

    source: BBC
    ----------------------------------


    OASIS, PAUL McCARTNEY and MUSE have been revealed as the headliners of this year’s GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL – tickets for which go on sale this week.

    Other stars including Morrissey, PJ Harvey, James Brown, Kings Of Leon, Basement Jaxx, Elbow, The Chemical Brothers, Ms Dynamite, BRMC, Franz Ferdinand, The Rapture, The Libertines, Kraftwerkand The Vines are also rumoured to play.

    NME.COM understands that on the Other Stage, Glastonbury bosses hope to organise double headliners of one dance band, one rock band each night.

    Tickets go on sale at 8pm on April 1 but only debit cards will be accepted. The full line-up will be announced on June 1. Tickets, priced £112, can be purchased on the ticket line 0870 830 2004.


    source: nme






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    Sunday, March 28, 2004


      Oasis still not confirmed for Glastonbury

    From Oasis' management

    For those of you who have seen stories in the press regarding Glastonbury, Oasis are currently talking to the festival about playing on the Friday night but this is not yet confirmed.

    We will let you know as soon as this changes.

    source: oasisinet.com



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    Thursday, March 25, 2004


      Spring 'cleaning' at Oasisinet shop

    With a new OASIS album round the corner, OASISINET are clearing out the OASIS SHOP to make way for an exciting new range of merchandise.

    So check out the SHOP for not to be repeated offers on selected T-shirts available from £2.50 (+p&p) and other accessories from as little as £1.50 (+p&p). For every order placed, you will receive your choice of a FREE OASIS sticker pack, badge or keyring (subject to availability - we cannot guarantee which free item will be included, but we will endeavour to send your preferred choice).

    This offer is only valid until 25 April 2004, so to avoid disappointment, make sure you order today as the stock will be sold on a first come, first served basis – remember this will be your last chance to get hold of these items, as most of these will not be made available again through the shop!

    source: oasisinet.com



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    Friday, March 19, 2004


      Liam's a Wonderwall for motorists

    THE Gallagher brothers may not be able to drive themselves, but that hasn't stopped Oasis from producing the number one driving tune according to a survey of male drivers in Watford. Wonderwall was chosen as the most popular song to drive to by men, while women in the area opted for Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out Of My Head.

    With the Easter Bank Holiday approaching and long traffic queues expected, fast fit centre STS Tyres and Exhausts carried out the survey of 200 local people, which also revealed Britney Spears and Blur to be amongst the most-listened-to acts in the car. When trying to relax, Boyzone and Robbie Williams come up trumps with women, while men prefer the sound of U2 or The Strokes to relieve the stresses of a hard day's work.

    Retail operations manager Mike Marment said: "As a nation we're spending more and more time in our cars than ever and it was interesting to discover how important music is to people on both long and short car journeys. "Specifically, we wanted to find out what songs turn people into the next budding pop idol and what tunes help them forget their worries."

    source: Watford Observer




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    Tuesday, March 16, 2004


      Festivals 2004 guide

    FESTIVALS 2004 - The Strokes! Oasis! Franz Ferdinand! Exclusive festival line-up info: the best bands, where to see them and where to get tickets :









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    Saturday, March 13, 2004


      Oasis in disarray ?

    Oasis is just the latest in a long line of bands and performers to split from a successful producer. There will be tears before bedtime

    MORE BAD news this week for fans of Oasis, who recently sacked their drummer, Alan White. Two months into recording a sixth album, the band have split from the producers Death in Vegas.
    There’s no word on who walked out on whom, but Oasis have returned from the Cornwall studio where they were working with the avant-garde electronic group and now plan to complete the album with Noel Gallagher at the helm.

    According to an interview in NME, a batch of tracks have been recorded and whittled down to the best ten. They have even got titles — Gallagher reeled off all ten, mentioning how great the songs were and even claimed that the album was still on schedule.

    It’s much more likely, however, that Oasis are in disarray, the songs are shaping up to be turkeys and the upbeat report was a smokescreen.

    When artists part company with their producers — usually after blazing rows and much stamping of pampered feet — it invariably means disappointment for fans. Pop history is littered with bad albums released after bands decided they could do a better job themselves. Normally, it’s a power struggle between artist and producer that causes the problem, although frictions within a group and crazy producers have also been to blame.

    excerpt source: Timesonline




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      Mad fer booze

    MAD for it Manchester City fans LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER are holding a boozy bash in their home town this weekend. The Sky Blues take on Premiership arch-rivals United for the first ever derby at the new City Of Manchester Stadium. And Liam and Noel have splashed out £10,000 on a corporate box for the big match. The brothers have invited 30 close friends and family to the match.

    Pals say Liam and Noel are planning a heavy session. More than 48,000 fans will pack the stadium, which opened for the Commonwealth Games in 2002 but has since become City's home. The Gallagher knees-up coincides with their family's early celebration of St Patrick's Day. I just hope the result doesn't put a dampener on their night.

    source: Sun



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      Politics , Mud and Rock N Roll.....

    Paul McCartney, Oasis, James Brown, Basement Jaxx, Kings of Leon, Scissor Sisters and Derek Simpson. Del, the general secretary of Amicus, is on the bill at this year's June's Glastonbury festival. Known to dislike loud music, preferring a game of chess or doing some hard sums to rocking in the mud, he is to speak in the Left Field tent on the troublesome world of work. While Amicus staff are planning to wear T-shirts with Del's name sandwiched between McCartney and Oasis, roadies toiling for the ex-Beatle and Noel Gallagher are thought unlikely to display his name. The former communist has also ruled out sleeping in a tent. He wants to get home on the Saturday night, presumably to play a game of chess with his partner Fred.

    excerpt source: politics.guardian.co.uk




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    Friday, March 12, 2004


      Oasis considering Starkey for vacant position

    Beatles-loving Oasis have taken their obsession one step further by rehearsing with Ringo Starr's son Zak.

    The band have been without a drummer since Alan White's departure earlier in the year, and have now been reported to be grooming Zak Starkey for the vacant position.

    Zak Starkey is a renowned session musician and regularly plays with the surviving members of The Who.

    source: ITV News





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      Oasis not appearing at TCT


    From the official Oasis site [12.03.2004]

    Contrary to reports in the UK press today Oasis will not be participating in this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust concert at the Royal Albert Hall.

    They have played the event in the past but although big supporters of the TCT could not take part this year due to studio commitments. They hope the event is as successful is it has been in previous years





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      Zak Starkey joins Oasis for charity gig



    OASIS are secretly putting together a new rock supergroup — and they’ve hired RINGO STARR’s son on drums. ZAK STARKEY will join NOEL and LIAM GALLAGHER and guitarist GEM ARCHER, to do a one-off charity gig. THE WHO’s ROGER DALTREY and STEREOPHONICS singer KELLY JONES are also set to perform. Zak, who is to tour with The Who, is a huge fan of Oasis and rang Noel to offer his services. He has spent the last two days rehearsing with the Gallagher brothers and Gem in a north London studio. An Oasis source said: “Zak has been desperate to play with Oasis for a while. He’s a big fan — and they’re big BEATLES fans — so everyone is happy.

    “Zak is an excellent drummer and he learned the ropes from the late KEITH MOON from The Who when he was a young lad. “It should be an amazing night — but I pity the Stereophonics. They are having to go on stage after that — that’s no mean feat.” Liam and Co are supporting the Stereophonics at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 30.

    THE CORAL and TOM JONES will also be performing during a week of fundraising which includes a cream of British comedy night with STEVE COOGAN as Alan Partridge with Little Britain jokers MATT LUCAS and DAVID WALLIAMS. All proceeds from the gigs will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

    The annual concerts — which have raised £2million to date — were the brainchild of Daltrey, who is a patron of the trust. He said: “It is fantastic that we have another line-up of exceptional shows.”

    source: the sun






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    Thursday, March 11, 2004


      New Oasis Memorabilia Store

    L4E is happy to announce it's affiliation with the web's newest Oasis memorabilia store MISTERSIFTER.COM !

    Check out this nicely stocked and weekly updated site full of rare Oasis items in mint condition. To visit click here MisterSifter or on any of the store's banners throughout this website.



    source: L4E/mistersifter.com




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    Tuesday, March 09, 2004


      Death in Vegas replaced....

    ...at least that's what the cover of next weeks NME magazine makes us believe. News on the new producer(s) to follow . Check back soon !



    UPDATE

    OASIS have stopped working with DEATH IN VEGAS as producers for their new album.

    But Noel Gallagher has revealed the "really ****in' good" follow-up to "Heathen Chemistry" is now well on the way to being finished. Since the start of this year the Gallaghers have been in and out of the studio recording their sixth record with Tim Holmes and Richard Fearless behind the mixing desk. Most recently Oasis visited the remote Sawmills Studio in Cornwall, where the band recorded their legendary debut "Definitely Maybe" back in 1994. However, a source close to the band has said the sessions didn't work out as well as hoped and the decision has been taken for Oasis to go back to their own studio and carry on alone.

    A statement issued to NME.COM reads: "Oasis have finished the sessions with DIV and have returned to their own studio to continue work on their sixth studio album."

    Speaking last week, Noel Gallagher said that despite the change of producers and the fact they're without a drummer after sacking Alan White before recording began, the follow-up to "Heathen Chemistry" already has a tracklisting and is well on the way to being finished. No release date has been set for the band's new album, although Noel said he wants it out before the end of the year. He revealed: "We've done a bunch of really ****ing good demos and we put together a running order of what we thought the album was gonna be and we whittled it down to ten tracks. But we've had that for a few months now." Gallagher said each remaining member of Oasis is writing for the album, and his brother Liam has written a "mega" song called "Love Is Like A Bomb".

    He told Channel 4's Ear Candy: "We all demo separately and then I always get the last say on what's going to be recorded, much to Liam's frustration. I'm quite fair about it all. It so happens that this time everybody's writing an equal amount of songs. Working titles are said to include "Stop The Clocks", "They Ain't Got Nothing On Me, They Ain't Got Nothing On You", "Longer", "Singin' Your Life", "You Wanna Feel My Shame", "Say It", "Revolution Man" and "The Good Rebel".


    Oasis ditch Death in Vegas

    Oasis have reportedly stopped working with Death in Vegas as producers on their new album. The band had been working on their sixth album with Tim Holmes and Richard Fearless in Cornwall. According to NME.com the sessions haven't been going as well as was hoped and they have now moved back to their own studios with Noel Gallagher producing.

    It's not known whether any of the tracks recorded with Death in Vegas will make the album.

    A statement released to NME said: "Oasis have finished the sessions with DIV and returned to their own studio to continue work on their sixth studio album."

    source ananova






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    Thursday, March 04, 2004


      The Chief gives new Album details and more

    Noel Gallagher recently spoke to Colin Murray on the new Album's progress and yes, 'Darkness' .....

    (interview summary)

    - 10 songs demoed- maybe a couple more, Noel has been drumming on a few but reckons they need a better drummer for a few of the songs, the interviewer suggested Dave Grohl as he is a rent-a-drummer, Noel laughed and said no he is too wacky.

    - Noel said he either writes all the songs or picks all the songs, he's not bothered.

    - Liam has got a song that sounds exactly like The Who and it's mega, called Love is like a Bomb.

    - Because they have got their own label their is no pressure for them to get the record out, and hope to have out by the end of the year.

    - Regarding The Darkness, Noel said he really likes their song, 'Growing on Me' but saw them and thought WTF, and they supported Robbie at Knebworth, Noel called it 'squarestock' or something.

    source Oasisinet Forum/ L4e Forum







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    Tuesday, March 02, 2004


      New Oasis Poster



    Next week's NME mag:

    Free glossy poster supplement featuring The Strokes, The Stone Roses, OASIS, The Clash and Led Zeppelin




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