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    Monday, May 31, 2004


      Oasis at Live Aid II ?

    LIVE Aid is to be held AGAIN — 20 years on.

    The mega concert to ease Third World debt — on the anniversary of the 1985 original — will be unveiled this week. Tony Blair is backing what promises to be the greatest pop bash in history. Last night a Whitehall source confirmed: “It’s going to be bigger and better than before.” Live Aid II is the brainchild of U2 rocker Bono, 44. He will officially announce it this week.

    Robbie Williams and Oasis are tipped to head a stellar line-up of acts next year that could also include Coldplay and Radiohead. Sir Paul McCartney and Phil Collins, stars of the first Live Aid, may also appear.

    The 1985 event, staged simultaneously at Wembley and in Philadelphia, was watched on TV by 1.4billion worldwide.

    source: SUN





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    Friday, May 28, 2004


      Happy Birthday Chief !



    Noel Gallagher turns 37 this Saturday.

    Here's to many more years of Rock'N'Roll !




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      Definitely Maybe named "Best British album ever"

    Oasis have beaten their heroes the Beatles to the title of Best British Album Ever.

    Their 10-year-old creation, Definitely Maybe, has topped a staff poll of 50 best albums by Q magazine. Second on the list is the Fab Four's Revolver, released in 1966, almost 30 years before the Oasis debut.

    The poll comes after the Mancunian band, who have always looked to the Beatles for inspiration, signed Zak Starkey, the son of former Beatle Ringo Starr as their latest drummer. The Gallagher brothers experienced supersonic success after they were discovered, with Definitely Maybe becoming the fastest-selling album of all time. The band also beat heavyweights such as the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, and Pink Floyd in the survey of the music magazine's staff. The Rolling Stones' Beggars Banquet comes seventh, The Smiths' The Queen is Dead eighth, Led Zeppelin's Led Zeppelin III came ninth, and Massive Attack's Blue Lines 10th. The Sex Pistols' Never Mind The Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols comes third on the list, followed by Radiohead's OK Computer.

    The poll is featured in the July issue of Q which is out on June 1.

    Here are the top 10 :

    1. Oasis - Definitely Maybe
    2. The Beatles - Revolver
    3. Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks - Here's the Sex Pistols
    4. Radiohead - OK Computer
    5. The Clash - London Calling
    6. David Bowie - The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars
    7. The Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet
    8. The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
    9. Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III
    10. Massive Attack - Blue Lines



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      Liam outraged at Porno advert

    ...and now some lighter news :)

    Gallagher incensed over use of lookalike in porn ad!

    Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher was so outraged when he saw a satellite channel featuring his lookalike to launch a porn advertising campaign, that he blasted broadcasters SKY, over the phone. The singer was incensed when he saw the advertisements for the new music show Pornotopia, to be aired on The Amp channel. The ad features lookalikes of Gallagher and his brother Noel who were being mocked as porn stars.

    According to ratethemusic.com, Gallagher rang up Sky and told them that he didn't agree to his pictures being used, but the channel told him that the images included lookalikes and not the real thing. (ANI)


    source: India123.com





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    Wednesday, May 26, 2004


      Starkey just helping out , The Who stay priority

    Translated by L4E:

    According to an article in "WENN" Zak Starkey does not want to become a permanent member in Oasis . Starkey announced that he does not want to abandon rockers The Who and would only sit in on drums with Oasis when his schedule with the Who permits.

    An inside source reports: " He just doesn't want to abandon The Who like that... ".This could come as a shock to Oasis head Noel Gallagher who seemed to hope that Zak could join his band for good.

    source prosieben.de/sadsong.net



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    Saturday, May 22, 2004


      Oasis to re-release 'Definitely Maybe'


    OASIS and MANIC STREET PREACHERS will both re-release their hit albums of the Nineties – ten years to the day they came out. Oasis’ Definitely Maybe and the Preachers’ The Holy Bible were both released on the same day in September 1994.

    source: SUN



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    Friday, May 21, 2004


      He punched Liam's lights out



    MEET Christian Wess, alias The Powderkeg — the American football-playing hulk who punched out Liam Gallagher’s two front teeth.

    Christian, 6ft 5in and 19st, was enjoying a quiet night out with pals when they ran into Liam and the lads from Oasis on a drunken binge. When trouble flared loud-mouth Liam decided to throw a few punches. Unfortunately for him he threw one at Christian. In seconds he was flat on his back in the Munich nightclub, covered in blood and minus his gnashers.

    A pal of Christian said: “He’s known as The Powderkeg because when he does blow he goes off like a volcano.” Gridiron linebacker Christian, 32, and Liam, 31, face charges over the brawl.


    SUN



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      Oasis not at Werchter Festival

    L4E recieved this email from the Werchter Festival :

    I'm affraid I have to inform you that Oasis is definately NOT playing this year's Rock Werchter festival. Please inform your visitors about this wrong rumour!

    Kind regards,
    Dennis / Rock Werchter

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    Beverlaak 3 - B-3118 Werchter

    www.rockwerchter.be - www.twclassic.be






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    Thursday, May 20, 2004


      Oasis to appear at Werchter Festival ?

    According to a post on Pollstar.com Oasis are appearing at the "Rock Werchter Festival" in Belgium on 07/01/. No official word from Oasis management yet. Other bands scheduled to appear are : The Cure, BRMC, Korn, Franz Ferdinand, Metallica , David Bowie and many more.

    source: Pollstar.com



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      Liam in Nicole's Reality Show !

    Appleton sisters go the Osbourne way with reality show! Ozzy Osbourne's success surely has some followers.

    Ready to join the bandwagon are Former All Saints Nicole and Natalie Appleton who will be filming an Osbournes-style reality show to give a fillip to their music careers.

    According to rate music they have held a series of meetings with MTV and are desperately hoping they can replicate the success of Osbourne's wacky family.

    The cameras will film the blonde beauties in their lavish homes along with Nicole's Oasis frontman fiance Liam Gallagher and Natalie's husband Liam Howlett.



    source : ANI



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    Tuesday, May 18, 2004


      Ryan Adams releases Wonderwall as Single

    After being played on Xfm repeatedly over the past few weeks, comes the news that Ryan Adams’ acoustic version of Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’ will be getting a full release later this year.

    The track has been a firm fixation on the Xfm Playlist for the past few weeks, and features Adams covering the famous Oasis song with just the American singer/songwriter’s vocals and acoustic guitar.

    It originally appeared on Adams’ EP ‘Love Is Hell, Pt. 1’ which was released in May 2004, and had become a staple of the singer’s live set. Even the song’s composer Noel Gallagher was impressed, and was quoted at the time explaining how much he liked Adam’s version, saying, "I went to see Ryan Adams in Manchester. So he's playing away and he just does 'Wonderwall' right in the middle of the set. The fu**ing place went silent. It was so beautiful. I was just like, 'Fu**ing Jesus Christ what a fu**ing song!' Afterwards, I told him, 'You can have that song, man, because we could never quite get it right.'"

    Now, Ryan Adams version of ‘Wonderwall’ will be released for the first time as a stand alone single on June 28 on Mercury/Lost Highway Records. Adam’s also re-recorded the whole of The Strokes' debut album 'Is This It' on a four-track recorder while on a course of painkiller Vicodin after an operation on an abscess in his tooth Adams back in 2002. Though it remains (possibly thankfully) unreleased.

    source: XFM online



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    Thursday, May 13, 2004


      Oasis to play warm-up gig before Glastonbury

    OASIS are to play a low-key warm-up show before their headlining slot at GLASTONBURY 2004.

    The band will appear at the 2,500 capacity Poole Lighthouse in Dorset on June 23, just two days before their scheduled performance on the Pyramid Stage.

    It will be the band's first chance to play with drummer Zak Starkey, Ringo Starr's son, who will fill in following the departure of Alan White in January.

    The Bees, who are also playing Glastonbury, will provide support. Tickets for the show go on sale this Saturday (May 15) at 9am and are priced at £30. Tickets will be available at the Poole Lighthouse box office, Bournemouth BIC box office, at oasisinet.com and by calling 0870 160 8989.

    source: NME





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    Tuesday, May 11, 2004


      Manchester United

    NOEL GALLAGHER and IAN BROWN have collaborated on a track for the former STONE ROSES vocalist's new album.

    According to The Sun newspaper, the pair met by chance at the Electric Cinema in London's Notting Hill.
    "We got talking about music and agreed we should do something", explained Brown . He added: "Noel sent me some music he'd done and I recorded a vocal. The result is brilliant, I'm really excited. I hope it will be a single."
    The news comes after denials from the Oasis camp that Liam was to form a supergroup with ex-Roses guitarist John Squire. As previously reported on NME.COM, the band claim the story was "dreamed up" by editorial staff at The Sun. Oasis are currently working in the studio on the follow-up to 'Heathen Chemistry', which is due for release later this year. Brown's new album is expected in August or September.

    source: nme.com




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      Starkey and Oasis

    Oasis have often been accused of apeing Liverpool's most famous export - with song-writer Noel Gallagher once saying the band aimed to be bigger than the Beatles.
    The 1990s supergroup from Manchester never quite managed that, even at the height of their fame, but they have finally pulled off another link to their musical heroes, recruiting the son of a Beatle to be their drummer in their come backshow at the Glastonbury rock festival this summer.

    Zak Starkey, the 38-year-old son of Beatles drummer Ringo Starr, will not be their full time drummer, Gallagher warned, announcing the coup, but Glastonbury will be one of a number of gigs Starkey plays with Oasis.

    "He's a good boy, he's got a good haircut," Gallagher is reported as saying. "Good shoes - which is important."

    He added: "We're not doing ourselves any favour because Zak's first gig will be to 150,000 people, but y'know. He's rehearsing all the Oasis songs now."

    The Manchester band have deliberately copied the Beatles' sound and style.

    Starkey, who once played with The Who, will be Oasis's third drummer. He was recruited after his predecessor, Alan White, was apparently asked to leave by other band members in January after seven years.

    Rumours have repeatedly linked Starkey with the group since then, and he was sighted at a gig last month with Gallagher's younger brother, Liam. But it is only now that Gallagher has confirmed that Starkey had been recruited.

    Noel, who taught himself to play the guitar when he was 13, has been writing songs ever since. He said: "If you're not in it to be bigger than the Beatles, it's just a hobby."

    Former Beatle Sir Paul McCartney will also be headlining at Glastonbury this summer.

    source: The Guardian




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    Friday, May 07, 2004


      Noel and Sarah enjoy Franz Ferdinand show





    NOEL GALLAGHER and girlfriend SARA MACDONALD Wonderwaltzed down the street after seeing FRANZ FERDINAND live. The pair watched the gig from the balcony while sinking pints of Guinness. They then went to the aftershow party at West End club Infinity. Noel was deep in conversation with Franz frontman ALEX KAPRANOS for an hour. And the chat certainly put a spring in Noel; when he left the club he just had to Go Let It Out...

    source: SUN




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      Noel Interview clip

    Here's the real audio clip of Noel's featured Interview with the BBC 6 MUSIC show :

    Click here : Realaudio Interview
    Full article can be found in our newsroom below !

    source : BBC



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      Noel speaks out on Starkey, DIV, Liams plans, Glastonbury and more !

    Noel Gallagher has talked exclusively to 6 Music about the progress on the latest Oasis album. Speaking at Franz Ferdinand's end of UK tour party on Thursday night, he told 6 Music's Julie Cullen the truth behind the rumours of Liam's supergroup and who's replaced former drummer Alan White: "We're in the studio at the moment, it's going alright, one step forward two steps back, but it's going alright.

    The possibility of a new album from the Gallagher brothers, the follow-up to 'Heathen Chemistry' now looks less likely for 2004 following Noel's revelation that the group ditched plans to work with Death In Vegas because they ran out of time. "I dunno whether it'll be out by the end of the year. We didn't sack our producers we just ran out of time. They had to go off and do their Death in Vegas thing and and we sort of gave ourselves about three or four weeks with them, and we just ran out of time but there wasn't a sacking.

    When asked about tabloid rumours that Liam has formed a supergroup with John Squire he said: " Chance'd be a fine thing. I don't think he's forming any supergroups he's too busy sorting his court case out isn't he?"

    Noel said the fact that Heathen Chemistry was critically acclaimed meant they had more time to think about the follow up and he revealed that he'd asked Ringo Starr's son Zac Starkey to take up drumming duty with them: " We've known Zac for a while and we asked him if he'd play on a few songs and he said yeah, and he has done and it's been absolutely fantastic."

    Asked about whether Oasis were becoming The Beatles Mark two Noel said ""as long as I'm not becoming Paul McCartney it'll be alright." And Noel said although there were no plans just yet to make Zac a permanent member of Oasis he will be joining them on tour and will join them for their headlining slot at Glastonbury next month and reckons he's stylish enough to join them even though he isn't from Manchester : "he's a good boy he's got a good haircut... Good shoes - which is important."

    Earlier in the year Noel Gallagher said that there were around 13 new songs written for the record, including six written by Liam, and a couple from guitarist Gem Archer,Noel said: "We're trying to get this album finished and it's taking a little bit longer than expected but there isn't any rush on it really. Heathen Chemistry - the success of it - bought us a fair bit of time. We were trying to get it out by Glastonbury but it doesn't seem to be working out that way now. Not for any particular reason just that we've gotta get it right and if we get summat out by the end of the year it'd be great ... If we don't there's no rush really Franz Ferdinan will look after the charts for us I'd have thought.

    Asked if Glastonbury's the only festival they're playing Noel said: "Yeah, we weren't planning on doing anything but Michael and Emily Eavis last year when I went there they sort of backed me into a corner and said `look are you gonna do it or what' and I go there quite a lot and we decided that the time was probably right. It's a pity that we haven't actually got any new stuff to play but I think we kind of George Best'ed it the last time we headlined it so this time will be great I think, but then again we're not doing ourselves any favours because Zac's first gig will be to 150,000 people but y'know ...He's rehearsing all the Oasis songs now."

    source : BBC 6 Music




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    Wednesday, May 05, 2004


      Geeks, not mafia beat up Gallagher...

    OASIS lead singer Liam Gallagher was beaten up by a group of estate agents and computer salesmen in a nightclub fracas 17 months ago, not gangsters as was originally claimed, according to Munich police. They also said Gallagher had been using cocaine and was "totally drunk" when the mêlée broke out in the nightclub, attached to one of the city’s premier hotels. Now his five attackers are likely to be charged with causing grievous bodily harm in the brawl that cost Gallagher his front teeth and left much of the nightclub furniture reduced to matchwood. Gallagher, 31, could also face proceedings, Munich’s chief prosecutor, Anton Winkler, said yesterday. He added: "He was the worst one in the entire episode. He assaulted a police officer who was trying to pull other people apart. If proceedings are brought he could face a fine or suspended sentence."

    Mr Winkler said blood tests conducted after Gallagher’s arrest showed he was drunk and had been using cocaine, although no cocaine was found on him. Other band members are also under investigation and could be summoned.
    The fight happened on the night of 1 December, 2002. At the time, police indicated that Gallagher, Allen White, Steven Allen and Philip Bevan Smith were beaten after insulting a group of mafia-linked locals. The men had booked their table at the nightclub under the name of Matera - a local criminal of some renown - which led police along a false trail for many months.

    The police report states that the fight began because the Oasis group began flicking peanuts at the businessmen. Their full names have not been released by the Munich public prosecutor, but all are aged between 32 and 38. Their "leader" is called Christian W, 38, described as a "muscular blond". In the police report, he knocked out two Oasis bodyguards with a brass standing ashtray. The prosecutor’s office says it has statements from 50 witnesses to the fight and that "in all probability" a prosecution will follow. Lawyers for the men are angry that Gallagher and the others may not be summoned - especially as Gallagher kicked a policeman and was foul-mouthed to other officers who arrived at the hotel. "We feel their fame will allow them to get off, even though they started everything," a lawyer for one of the men said in a statement. Gallagher paid a fine of nearly 250,000 - £170,000 - for his conduct and that of other band members at the time. It may be that the prosecutor’s office will find this sufficient not to press new charges against him.

    The Oasis German tour was immediately cancelled after the fracas, and Gallagher flew back to the UK after undergoing emergency dental treatment in Munich. The witness statements and police investigation papers run to 1,000 sides, according to the prosecutor’s office.

    source: Scotsman



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    Tuesday, May 04, 2004


      Oasis remains Liam's only Supergroup

    LIAM GALLAGHER will NOT be forming a supergroup with JOHN SQUIRE, it has emerged.

    Reports in The Sun newspaper over the weekend suggested that the Oasis singer was teaming up with the former Stone Roses guitarist and Dhani Harrison, son of late Beatle George Harrison.

    However, this morning (May 4), a spokesperson for Gallagher vehemently denied the rumours in a statement.

    It read: "The welcome heat of Sunday's weather in London must have got to the editorial staff at The Sun newspaper, so much so that they dreamed up a bizarre story about Liam Gallagher forming a supergroup with John Squire."

    "Liam is already in a supergroup called Oasis, and far from taking a break in London, as The Sun story would have us believe, he is busy and recording and mixing the next Oasis album, due for release later this year."

    NME



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      Munich brawlers to be charged

    Police in Munich Germany have tracked down the 5 men involved in that all out brawl with several Oasis band members in a hotel bar over one and a half years ago. After interviewing 50 witnesses to the fight it is expected that police will charge the 5 responsible for Liam losing his front teeth with aggravated assault.....

    source: Suddeutsche Zeitung/ Sadsong.net



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    Sunday, May 02, 2004


      Liam's 'other' Rock Band....


    LIAM GALLAGHER is forming his own supergroup – and they will record an album for Christmas.

    The OASIS frontman will team up with the former STONE ROSES’ guitarist JOHN SQUIRE and the late BEATLE GEORGE HARRISON’s son DHANI. The trio hope to start recording tracks later this year and are now looking for other big names to step forward and join them. Liam, whose first single with Oasis was Supersonic, will take lead vocals, with Dhani and John on guitars. This will be the wildman’s pet project outside Oasis and he has already had lengthy telephone conversations and meetings in North London with the other two.

    A pal of the star told me: “Liam is an ambitious lad and thinks the music scene needs an injection of something exciting. He knows Dhani and John and has huge respect for their talents. “They have discussed getting together for a one-off album and are now interested in getting other big names involved. “In the summer they will properly sit down and start writing some tracks together with a view to getting something out for Christmas.” Fellow Manc John is an old pal of Liam’s and is credited with being the creative genius behind The Stone Roses. But his success after the band split up in 1994 has been patchy.

    John released an average album called Do It Yourself with his new band THE SEA HORSES — an anagram of “he hates Roses” — and has had two solo albums since of limited success. Dhani performed The Beatles’ While My Guitar Gently Weeps when his dad was posthumously entered into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in New York in March this year.

    Liam spent the early part of 2004 holed up with brother NOEL, GEM ARCHER and ANDY BELL in studios in Cornwall recording their sixth album. But as Oasis are going through a rough patch it is unlikely to be ready before the end of the year. Liam is now on a break in London.

    source: SUN



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