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    Friday, April 30, 2004


      Fearless : DIV just advisors on new Album

    This news comes from a fan's post on the L4E forum. L4E has no way to verify it's validity.

    "Went to see Richard Fearless DJ last night at Stone Love which is a club night in Newcastle. Pretty small venue and was in their early on so went over and had a chat with him. The bloke is cool as fuck and he's right into his music and we talked about our admiration for Kevin Sheilds and My Bloody Valentine. Anyway I had to ask him about the Oasis/Death in Vegas thing and he said they were never producing the album in the first place. They were brought in as just advisors really and to help out on a couple of tracks as Noel wants to change the sound and overall feel of the new oasis record. I asked what the new songs were sounding like and he just said really,really good. He said they've got shitloads of material to choose from."

    thanks Syd





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    Thursday, April 29, 2004


      Q magazine picks top 100 gigs ever

    A LIVE performance by Radiohead has been voted the greatest gig of all time.

    The band's appearance at the 1997 Glastonbury festival was the surprise winner in a poll compiled by Q magazine. It was voted ahead of the Beatles' final rooftop concert at Apple HQ. The Sex Pistols' legendary Screen on the Green gig in 1976 also failed to beat Radiohead, as did Oasis at Knebworth and any of the acts from Live Aid.

    Radiohead's Saturday night set in front of 40,000 mud-drenched fans was described by festival organiser Michael Eavis as the most inspiring festival gig in 30 years. The only Beatles show to make the top 20 was their impromptu free performance on the roof of Apple's Savile Row headquarters in 1969. Their first live concert for three years, it was also the last time they would play together in public. But it only made seventh in the list compiled by Q readers and contributors.

    Nirvana's appearance at the Reading Festival in 1992, at the height of their fame, was voted into second place. Third were Oasis, who played to more than 250,000 fans at Knebworth in August 1996.
    The Oasis gigs set the record for Britain's biggest rock concerts, broken by Robbie Williams last year when he played to a total audience of 375,000 at the same venue last year. But Robbie's concerts do not make the top 20.

    Coldplay's "triumphant" set at Weston Park, Staffordshire, for V2993 were fourth, ahead of Brian Wilson's recent gig at the Royal Festival Hall in which he performed his lost masterpiece Smile for the first time in 40 years. The rest of the top 10 was made up of Madonna's Earls Court shows in 2001, her first in Britain for eight years; REM's appearance before Nelson Mandela at a free Trafalgar Square gig in 2001; Queen's memorable Live Aid performance in 1985; and Pink Floyd's spectacular Earls Court show in 1980.

    source: icwales






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    Wednesday, April 28, 2004


      Oasis collection for sale by EIL

    L4E received following note from the owners of online store EIL:

    "The collection came to us from someone close to the band and it really is outstanding. There are company only promos, exclusive tour merchandise, displays, actual artwork displays, storyboards for early videos, acetates and tonnes more ! "

    To browse the store's great inventory click on this logo !



    source: EIL.com



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    Monday, April 26, 2004


      The Stands And Their Mates Oasis

    Howie Payne from The Stands has a dilemma. He doesn't really comprehend how famous some of his friends are. One of his most famous friends is Noel Gallagher from Oasis.

    The way Oasis and The Stands met was almost the reverse what you would expect. Noel is a fan of Howie's band and contacted him one day. "He got hold of a demo of ours about a year ago" Howie tells Undercover News. "He really liked it so he phoned us up and asked us to do some shows which we did. We got to know each other so now he is a friend of ours more than a fan of the group".

    Now that they have known each other for a year, there is no star treatment for Noel whenever Howie sees him. In fact, he often forgets who is hanging out with. "We are just mates. It is weird to me because I don't see it as anything other than that" he says. "He came and played with us in London the other day and I said to him "are you going to get up and play on the tour?" He was like "I suppose I should". So he came out, hung out and did a tune. Then the next day it is in the national newspaper. Because he is my mate I just forget who he is. It always takes me by surprise".

    Howie does like Oasis as a band. "I am a fan of Noel's and I am a fan of Liam's. I am a fan of Gem's and a fan of Andy. Collectively at the moment they are Oasis" he says. "I like the new stuff. I like their B-sides from the first record a lot. The first record is the reason a lot of people are in groups".

    The Stands are currently in Australia. You can see them supporting Jet.

    source: undercover.com.au





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    Sunday, April 25, 2004


      "Liam knows exactly what he's doing"

    Chris Cester , drummer /vocalist for Aussie band Jet sat down with CNN's music segment 'Sound Check' to talk about the band's enormous success in the US. When asked if he and brother Vic, guitar/vocalist like being compared to famous feuding brother frontmen such as Chris and Rich Robinson of The Black Crows and Liam and Noel of Oasis, Chris laughed and replied: " They're not really feuding. Liam knows exactly what he's doing.....He walks over to a photographer and punches him in the head so the next day he's on the covers of the tabloid magazines...."


    [webmaster] ermmm, so that's how you do it ?.....



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    Friday, April 23, 2004


      The Creation Story


    The story of OASIS's first label CREATION will be told on RADIO 2 in May.

    Steve Lamacq presents the programme 'Biff Bang Pow: The Creation Story', which chronicles the labels highs and lows through to its downfall in 1999. The program, which runs on May 8 at 9pm, includes interviews with founder Alan McGee, artists, and other people involved with the label.

    Creation Records was formed in 1983, and released records by artists such as Primal Scream, The Boo Radleys, The Jesus And Mary Chain, Super Furry Animals, Ride and Teenage Fanclub.

    source: NME





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    Tuesday, April 20, 2004


      Oasis on the verge of a split ?


    Oasis are said to be on the verge of splitting up after yet another fight between Liam and Noel Gallagher.
    Heat magazine says a row between the brothers over the band's sixth album erupted into a full-on fist fight.

    It quotes a source as saying: "Liam and Noel are always fighting but they usually make up. This time though, I think things are different. "Noel has had enough of Liam's wild antics and just doesn't want to work with him any more. The argument was over the sacking of producers Death in Vegas and things got ugly."

    Oasis's management declined to comment to Heat.

    source: ananova, MTV

    (webmaster : "Nothing a true Oasis fan hasn't dealt with before ....")




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    Monday, April 19, 2004


      NEW CD, OLD OASIS FIGHTS

    Liam and Noel Gallagher had a furious bust-up while in the studio working on their long-awaited new album, I can reveal (yawn).

    The brothers Grim are almost as famous for their dust-ups as for their music over the years. And I'm told they were up to their old tricks again as tensions mounted during recording sessions in Cornwall. Meanwhile, my mole tells me Oasis are not officially confirmed to play Glastonbury yet but they haven't pulled out either. So expect the Mancunians to sign up for June's hippie fest in the next few weeks...as long as they don't fall out.

    source: Sunday Mirror





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    Friday, April 09, 2004


      Noise and a lot of Confusion

    According to a report on the Sky News website earlier today - now removed - Oasis were said have pulled out of Glastonbury after falling behind with the recording schedule for their new album.

    However, Glastonbury organiser Michael Eavis on has popped up on the radio, saying Oasis are still all set for their Friday night headline slot, and that today's news was rubbish.

    The line-up isn't due to be released until June.....

    source: efestivals.co.uk





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      Glastonbury- Definitely Not ?

    Britpop party poopers Oasis have - in all their strop-throwing gloriousness - decided to pull out of headlining this year's Glastonbury Festival. Apparently, they're just not going to get their album completed if they take time out to perform.

    According to tabloid sources, Noel and Liam are currently working non-stop in the studio to try to meet their September deadline. The source told the Star: "They really, really, want to perform, but they have been banned from working on any other projects because there have been so many behind-the-scenes problems."

    The release date of the Mancunians' sixth album has already been put back from Spring and Noel fears it might not even be ready by September: "The album's not going to be out until the end of the year at the earliest!"

    Well, maybe a little less brother nit-picking and Darkness back-biting is in order, eh chaps?

    source: BBC TOTP

    [No word from Oasisinet yet...]









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    Thursday, April 08, 2004


      Awards for Gallagher brothers - Noel performs with Stands

    At last night's Loaded Magazine's 10 year birthday bash the 'Man of the Decade Award' went to Noel Gallagher and his brother Liam took the 'Style Icon Award'

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    Noel made a surprise visit on stage during a performance of his darlings 'The Stands' last night. Noel played guitar on 'Some weekend night' infront of fans chanting Oasis, Oasis at the Mean Fiddler in London !

    Radio 1 DJ,Edith Bowman, Oasis' Gem Archer, Sean Lennon, Jade Jagger and Ringo Starr's son, Zak Starkey, were all in the audience to watch the show.




    source: Oasisitalia / NME




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    Friday, April 02, 2004


      Oasis and McCartney leak triggered Glasto ticket frenzy



    All of Glastonbury Festival's 112,000 tickets have sold out within a day. Demand placed a huge strain on phone lines and a website as soon as tickets went on sale on Thursday evening. Event organiser Michael Eavis said: "Just too many people want to come, it's very difficult for all of it to run smoothly".

    ........Mr Eavis also admitted they have been overwhelmed with demand, but pledged improvements for the festival in 2005. The internet site went down in the night - the system overloaded. So we will need more equipment there next year," he said.

    But he told BBC Radio Five Live that it was not necessarily desirable to sell the tickets as fast as possible. "We can improve the software, definitely - but is it a good thing to sell them all out in one hour? "We could have sold them out last night in five minutes, but is that a good thing? I don't think it is you know, I'd rather string it out a bit."

    He blamed the heavy demand on the fact that details of headline acts - including Oasis and Sir Paul McCartney - had been leaked.

    The evening opening had been an attempt to dissuade touts and allow people who are at school or at work to buy tickets. Tickets had to be bought by debit card because organisers thought touts bought multiple tickets by credit card last year.

    source: bbc news
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    HUNDREDS of thousands of music fans missed out yesterday after record demand for Glastonbury Festival tickets.

    Around two million tried to log on to the website in the hour before tickets went on sale — and 60 phone lines were jammed by 300,000 callers in the first hour.

    All 112,000 of the £112 tickets for the event in Somerset in June were sold within 18 hours. Steve Banks, of Bristol, fumed: “I’ve been going to Glastonbury for years but now it seems only students who stay up all night will go.”

    Andy Lepki, of Chalk Farm, London, said: “The phone is always engaged and the website is too busy to let me on.”

    Organiser Michael Eavis said he was pleased with sales for the festival, headlined this year by Liam Gallagher and Oasis, Sir Paul McCartney and James Brown.

    source: The Sun




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      Huge demand for Glastonbury tix

    .....Glastonbury Festival organiser Emily Eavis spoke exclusively to Xfm today saying they were selling "around 100 tickets a minute" and that there were still tens of thousands of tickets left. However, the aloud website doesn't appear to be handling the ticket sales very well at all. After being down for most of the night it is now up but still seems unable to do the job it's meant to. Disgruntled would be punters are clearly frustrated as they are told that they have requested too many tickets and then getting kicked out after retrying. Emily Eavis' advice is to use the phone system (0870 830 2004) as it's more reliable, saying "I know it's frustrating when it's engaged all the time but it's still possible it really is, just keep trying. There's over 40,000 left, that's a lot of tickets and there are hundreds of operators."

    source: xfm online



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    Thursday, April 01, 2004


      £112 tickets for Glastonbury

    Tickets for this year's Glastonbury Festival are set to go on sale.

    With Sir Paul McCartney, Oasis and Muse set to headline the event, organiser Michael Eavis said he is certain Britain's best known music festival will be memorable.Last year tickets for the festival in Pilton, Somerset, sold out in just 24 hours. Some 115,000 tickets for this year's event on June 25, 26 and 27 will go on sale at the cost of £112 each.

    In a fresh attempt to clamp down on touts Mr Eavis said tickets would be personalised with the name and address of the buyer printed on them. The farmer, who has used his Somerset land to hold the festival since the early 1970s, said tickets would be restricted to two per person. Tickets will have to be bought by debit card, because organisers thought touts bought multiple tickets by credit card last year. The 8pm start is an attempt to allow people who are at school or at work to buy tickets.

    Other stars including Morrissey, PJ Harvey, James Brown, Basement Jaxx, Elbow, The Chemical Brothers, and Ms Dynamite are also rumoured to play.

    Punters can buy tickets from the website using a debit card, or from the ticket line 0870 830 2004.

    source: ananova



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