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    Friday, October 29, 2004


      Limelight Club then and now

    It's going to be tough for Oasis tribute band Wonderwall when they come to town to play the Limelight Club in Ormeau Avenue, Belfast.

    For it was in the Limelight that the Gallagher brothers Noel and Liam were playing for 300 drinkers when they first hit the No 1 spot with their debut album Definitely/Maybe, exactly 10 years ago today.

    "The Limelight is now part of our heritage," Noel Gallagher told me when he made a pilgrimage back to the club 18 months ago. "There was a great buzz when the owner Eamonn McCann informed me we had hit the No 1 spot that night in '94. I'll always remember this place with affection. We had a party that night and the audience joined in.That was the start of our success story."

    So on Sunday, November 21, just as Definitely/Maybe is being re-issued as a DVD to celebrate that anniversary, Wonderwall, are due in the nitery where the big boys they idolise first made good.

    "We are aware of the importance of the place," says Wonderwall member Martin Duffy. "We have played many important venues like Hyde Park and Britannia Stadium but none more vital to the Oasis story than the Limelight."

    Wonderwall have starred in the movie Live Forever alongside Liam and Noel and claim the title of leaders in Oasis nostalgia.

    source: Belfast Telegraph





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    Thursday, October 28, 2004


      Scheduling conflicts for Noel

    ......Newspaper reports last week claimed that old enemies Noel Gallagher and Damon Albarn would unite for the charity record, but a spokesperson for the band said that while Noel would lend his support if he could, he will be in Los Angeles recording the new Oasis album. Blur’s camp could not confirm or deny reports that Damon would appear as his Gorillaz alter-ego.....

    excerpt from NME.com




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    Tuesday, October 26, 2004


      Oasis web news

    Forgot all the links to those cool Oasis fansites you've been visiting over the past few years ? Well the TOP 100 OASIS SITES page is back online with over 300 Oasis fan sites listed. Be sure to check em out !

    And yes , the eagerly awaited Oasisinet redesign is finally online. No more pumpkin colored pages and several new features await you there. Still, the news section leaves room for improvement but that's why your on my site after all .

    Official Oasis Web Site : Oasisinet.com







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      Marriage ultimatum for Liam



    Liam Gallagher is desperately trying to save his relationship with fiancee Nicole Appleton for the sake of their son Gene.

    The pair have been engaged for five years, but their romance has been on the rocks for the past year as former All Saints singer Appleton becomes increasingly frustrated with Gallagher's reluctance to tie the knot.

    She has now issued the Oasis frontman with an ultimatum - they must marry or split. A source reveals: "Nicole feels the problem is they haven't got married yet."

    source: IOL.ie



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    Monday, October 25, 2004


      Pink Floyd in Noel's eyes

    You can watch Oasis front man Noel Gallagher waxing lyrical about Pink floyd via this link (5 mins 07), in which Noel warns us he'll be doing a cover of 'Nobody Home soon, edited footage from this interview was used in last nights hall of fame broadcast.

    Hall of Fame Interview



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    Sunday, October 24, 2004


      Noel want's to cover ABBA songs

    London, Oct 24 : British rocker Noel Gallagher has revealed that even though he realises that it will make lose his cool, grungy image, he is still going to try and persuade the rest of the world that the Swedish band Abba was the best band of the 1970's, on this weeks Hall of Fame Show.

    The 'Wonderwall' singer said that he has also been persuading the other members of 'Oasis' to cover Abba's 'SOS,' which he thinks is one of the best Abba songs ever along with 'Super Troupers' and 'Waterloo,' reports the Sun.

    "People might think it's weird me being into Abba but those songs were amazing. They are incredibly well recorded, produced, sung and written. From a songwriting point of view they were up there with the best," the report him as saying.

    source: ANI





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    Saturday, October 23, 2004


      No 'Noel' for Noel ?

    IT seems Band Aid III organiser Midge Ure was a little premature when he claimed that Noel Gallagher had signed up for the project. In fact, the Oasis star can't take part in re-recording Do They Know It's Christmas because of prior commitments.

    Midge said that Noel and Blur's Damon Albarn had buried the hatchet and were both on board. But yesterday Noel's spokeswoman Terri Hall said: "Noel was asked but he's going to be out of the country. He is disappointed"
    Maybe little bro Liam could share a mic with Damon....

    source: The Mirror



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    Friday, October 22, 2004


      Noel confirmed for Band Aid III

    Noel Gallagher, Damon Albarn and Dido are among the latest stars to sign up for a new Band Aid charity Christmas single, organiser Midge Ure has said.
    He is also hoping to persuade Radiohead star Thom Yorke and Robbie Williams.



    Blur
    singer Albarn will do it as part of his side-project Gorillaz, Ure said, while Oasis star Noel Gallagher has told Bob Geldof he is on board.

    They will join Coldplay, The Darkness and Keane to re-record the 1984 smash hit Do They Know It's Christmas?


    Travis
    and Beverley Knight are also signed up, while Jamelia and Katie Melua are among other possible participants.

    source: BBC

    +++

    Bitter '90s rivals Oasis and Blur are putting their differences aside to join all-star charity group Band Aid III.

    The bands launched a scathing war of words at the height of the so-called Britpop era, but the prospect of having to share studio space hasn't deterred Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher or Blur frontman Damon Albarn from lending their vocal talents to help raise cash for African famine victims.

    The two rockers will join Coldplay, Travis, The Darkness and R&B beauty JameliaA, who have all signed up to re-record the original Band Aid hit Do They Know It's Christmas? This Yuletide.

    Midge Ure - who co-wrote the 1984 song with Bob Geldof and is masterminding its third lease of life - says: "Noel said he's doing it and I heard Damon is going to do it as well, but as one of the Gorrilaz (Albarn's animated dance act).

    "So whether he's actually going to be in the studio or whether he's going to be a cartoon character, I don't know. But they're both going to do it."

    Do They Know It's Christmas? Was also covered in 1989 by Band Aid II, featuring stars like Bros, Kylie Minogue and Rick Astley.


    source: IOL.ie





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    Wednesday, October 20, 2004


      Liam to join The Prodigy on tour ?

    MTV Germany is reporting that the BBC has been informed by the Appleton sisters that Liam Gallagher will be joining Liam Howlett and The Prodigy on Tour.
    Pressed for further info the sisters backed off a bit and said Liam G will join the band for a London appearance and see how things go from there...


    source: MTV.de



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      Band Aid III

    Brit rock stars Coldplay, The Darkness and Travis are set to re-record Band Aid's massive hit Do They Know It's Christmas?

    All have informed organiser Midge Ure they will drop everything to do it - on the 20th anniversary of the original single's release. It is hoped they will be joined by the cream of UK talent, including Robbie Williams, Jamelia, Noel Gallagher and Dido.

    Coldplay frontman Chris Martin, 28, has told Midge: "I'll be anywhere you want me to and sing a couple of lines." Midge confirmed: "Chris Martin actually contacted me. He reminds me of a young Bono - the great thing is we have real musicians in proper bands."

    Travis star Fran Healy said he will be involved, adding: "I will be anywhere they want me to be at any time and I will cancel any engagement to take part." The single is hot favourite to be the Christmas No1 and will also feature the original version released in 1984. The original raised £8m for famine relief in Ethiopia and spawned the massively successful Live Aid concert in July 1985.

    source: Ananova




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    Tuesday, October 19, 2004


      Don't rock 'til you drop


    DUST down those bath chairs. Not content with inflicting the album Live Licks on us in the next fortnight, Sir Mick Jagger is to convene the Rolling Stones once again for a 30th album. But even the most loyal fan of the wrinkly rockers may feel that a further collection of leering odes to girls young enough to be Jagger’s granddaughter is not a vital addition to the iPod. How much better would it be for artists and music-lovers alike if rock stars adopted the early-retirement principle so boldly enunciated by Tony Blair? The Stones, Macca and Sir Elton John should be given a fixed term, regulated by Ofcom, a clearly defined number of albums to squeeze every ounce of their musical lifeblood into before giving way to new talent.

    Elton John freely admits that he turned out a set of desultory albums during the 1980s because, well, what else does an international rock star do except bowl down to the studio and go through the motions? If Elton knew that his next release would be his last, the final opportunity to let the world glimpse the tortured heart and soul of Reg Dwight, there would be no excuse for complacency.

    So how long should the rock star term of office last? Naturally, Ofcom would wish to decide that through a content board, probably headed by Paul Gambaccini. There are signs that creative output begins to decline after five golden years.

    Oasis brought attitude, energy and power to the charts in 1994. But by 1999 they were burnt out, retreading past glories. Noel Gallagher scrapped their last album because even he recognised that it served no useful purpose. The Beatles embarked on a magical mystery tour from northern folk to full-blown psychedelia, but they may well have damaged their legacy if they had not dissolved after seven years.

    Artists who abide by the regulations could be sent on a “seniors tour” to supplement their pension plan. Ofcom’s remit could also include investigating whether the emergence Sean Lennon and Jakob Dylan threatens to create a monopolistic, hereditary rock principle.

    Sir Mick has the power to lead the rock gerontocracy into a dignified retirement. It would be best if he announced that he won’t seek nor accept the offer of a further record deal. If this really is the last time, then satisfaction would be guaranteed.

    Adam Sherwin

    source: Timesonline




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    Monday, October 18, 2004


      Noel joins Ian Brown and Mani onstage


    IAN BROWN
    was joined by NOEL GALLAGHER and old bandmate MANI onstage at the MANCHESTER APOLLO last night.

    The ex-Stone Roses singer performed the gig (October 18) as part of his solo tour to support his current album ’Solarized’. However, in addition to his own songs, Brown performed many Roses classics - the first time he’s done it in his home town in almost a decade.

    During the encore Gallagher came onto the stage and helped Brown on recent single ’Keep What Ya Got’. The Oasis man co-wrote the song, and provided backing vocals and lead guitar.

    Later in the set, Brown went to the side of the stage, and persuaded Mani, who played bass with Brown in the Roses to come out and take a bow. The bassist had been spotted earlier in the night prompting speculation he would perform some songs live, but that didn’t come to pass.

    ”Let’s have a big hand for Mani”, Brown smiled. “Mani’s in the house!”

    The audience then went crazy as the pair hugged and waved.

    For the final encore Brown was joined on stage by DJ James Lavelle, and did the two songs he recorded with UNKLE - ’Be There’ and ’R.E.I.G.N’.


    source: NME.COM

    ++++

    THE moment Noel Gallagher strode on stage to join fellow Manchester music legend Ian Brown, you knew this hometown gig was destined to enter local music folklore.

    The roar from the fiercely partisan crowd nearly took the roof off the Apollo as Gallagher struck up the opening chords to Keep What Ya Got, the single he co-wrote with the former Stone Roses frontman.

    One song, two legends and 3,000 delirious punters. After four solo albums, this was the night Brown finally decided to dust off some gems from the Stone Roses back catalogue, and about time, too, if the crowd's reaction was anything to go by.

    Now, Brown is probably the weakest vocalist of all the great Manchester singers, but it really didn't matter.

    Waterfall

    The crowd just drowned him out as they bellowed back every word to Waterfall, She Bangs The Drums and a stunning version of Made Of Stone, which the Roses themselves would have been proud of.

    Inevitably, his solo material was going to suffer in comparison, but Brown has cleverly hired a top group of musicians. They breathed life into Longsight M13 - dedicated to the ladies of that area - and laid down an infectious dubby beat on F.E.A.R. which reignited his rabid followers.

    Sensibly, he finished with I Wanna Be Adored which took everyone right back to the heady days of Madchester when Brown was the coolest man on the planet and the Stones Roses were the best band.

    Ian Brown has charisma to burn and the man with the best cheekbones in pop returned home as a conquering hero. True, Noel might have sold more records, but he'll never be as cool as king monkey.

    source: Manchesteronline






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      Oasis in Space ....

    David Bowie's classic hit Space Oddity has been chosen as the first track to be played on the first commercial space trip for tourists.

    The 1969 hit has topped a poll to find the ultimate play list for the trips, which are due to start within the next three years.

    The songs will be heard on the new three-hour Virgin Galactic flights which will cost nearly $200,000 (€159,694) per person.

    Other tracks that made the shuttle's playlist included Oasis All Around The World and Here Comes The Sun by The Beatles.

    sourc: IOL.IE



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    Thursday, October 14, 2004


      WTSMG in Rolling Stone Hall of Fame




    What's the story Morning Glory
    ***** (5 stars)

    What made Oasis great was their sense of entitlement. They genuinely believed they had every right to grab the best parts of rock stardom, withere it was tunes by Sixties superstars, a steady supply of drugs and groupies or the spectacle of two brothers getting into a fistfight - a scene not played so entertainingly since the glory days of the Kinks. Group mastermind Noel Gallagher's songs were usually brazen swipes of the Beatles. Sometimes, for variety, he'd pen brazen swipes of Stevie Wonder or T. Rex instead. Noel's little brother Liam sas one of the stupidest men ever to step up to a mic., but he sang Noel's tunes with a raspy energy, even the daft bits such as " Slowly walking down the hall/Faster than a canonball".

    By the ime of "What's the Stor) Morning Glory?, Oasis' second and best album, Noel was writing too many songs for the band to record. While their debut was an up-tempo pop roar, this one showed that they were just as talented with rock ballads, whether tender "Wonderwall", regretful "Don't look back in anger" or gloriously pompous ( the seven-and-a-half-minute album closer, "Cahmpagne Supernova"). Lots of bands like to borrow from the Beatles, some blatantly - but few groups write songs that can stand up against the Liverpudlian's best the way Oasis did. For a glorious moment, the Gallaghers earned every one of their rock daydreams.

    Gavin Edwards

    further listening : Definitely Maybe, Epic 1994 ***** , the Masterplan ,Epic, 1998 ****

    source: Rolling Stone Magazine (October 04)




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    Tuesday, October 12, 2004


      Vote Oasis into Hall of Fame


    Oasis have been short listed with 10 other groups/artists including Blur, Radiohead and the Red Hot Chilli Peppers to be put up for the public vote to win a place in the UK Music Hall Of Fame. You can vote for Oasis by calling 09011 33 11 33 or pressing the red interactive button for digital satellite viewers in the UK. The voting closes at 6pm this Saturday. Winners will be announced on Channel 4 on November 14th.


    For more details on the UK Music Hall Of Fame click on the below link.

    Hall of Fame | Channel 4



    source: oasisinet, channel 4



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    Monday, October 11, 2004


      Noel takes in the Zutons Gig


    The Zutons
    were big crowd pullers at their weekend gig in London’s Shepherd Bush Empire this weekend. As well as the common people a number of big names showed up to witness the Mercury Music Prize nominee’s performance. Noel Gallagher, a longtime supporter of the band, looked down approvingly from his vantage point on the first floor at the mayhem beneath.


    source: timesonline, gigwise.com



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    Friday, October 08, 2004


      Good times don't make for good music


    The 'UK Music Hall of Fame' starts on Channel 4 this Sunday.
    We get to vote for which bands should be honoured, and it's divided into decades.



    Noel Gallagher's
    pretty honest when he gives his view on Oasis' nomination to be inaugurated for the nineties:

    "Good times don't make for good music - all the good music's made in the bad times."

    "
    'Definitely Maybe'
    - written, unemployed, recorded, broke. Same with 'Morning Glory' - recorded, broke, in twelve days."

    "
    'Be Here Now'
    - three months, anything you want, ****."

    "Although I never listen to it, I kind of like the fact that it's there if I ever want to go and listen to a soundtrack to my own ********* cocaine, overweight, alcoholic madness."

    source: Rock Indie News , BBC1



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      Q & A with Bonehead

    Bonehead aka Paul Arthurs formerly of the mighty Oasis answers Poptones.co.uk's QUESTIONS OF DOOM about Noel Gallagher, dodging dwarves on stage, Alan McGee, Oasis' scariest fan, the tenth anniversary of Definitely Maybe, the life and times of Oasis, The Seers and the recent documentary DVD of Definitely Maybe.


    Q: Any fall-out meetings with Oasis during the making of the documentary?

    A: It was good to do the documentary, talking about the recording and everything that surrounded it. Noel and Liam turned up to do their bit just after i had done mine so we did'nt meet up, but i do'nt think there would have been any fall out meeting. I met up with Liam when The Seers played Death Disco soon after and everything is cool between us. I think when you've been through and seen as much as we did together it can't not be.


    Read the full Interview here.


    source: poptones.



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    Wednesday, October 06, 2004


      You've got to hide your 'guitar' away

    In a rather slow week for Oasis news there were some 'entertainment nuggets ' published by the tabloid press such as this one below ......



    Liam Howlett
    ,lead singer from The Prodigy, hides his 6-string from Oasis-frontman Liam Gallagher to prevent him from playing on it. Both Liams are married to the Appleton sisters , Natalie is Howlett's wife and Liam is married to sister Nicole. According to a report in Star magazine Howlett , who's good friends with the Gallagher's, has to hide his guitar whenever Liam has had one too many drinks.

    "As soon as he has his first glass of champagne he wants to have my guitar", Howlett says, "so i have to hide it before he comes over." Noel already prohibits his brother with abusing other instruments apart from the tambourine .......





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