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    Tuesday, May 31, 2005


      Oasis answer your questions

    In this weeks NME learn things like :

    " I got chased by a Giraffe . In one of them Zoos " Liam.




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    Monday, May 30, 2005


      Wonderwall takes Virgin Poll

    Oasis hit is named 'best UK song'

    Britpop band Oasis had their seventh UK number one this month
    The Oasis song Wonderwall has beaten tracks by The Beatles and Led Zeppelin to be named the best British song of all time in a radio listeners' poll. The 1995 song topped the Virgin Radio poll of more than 8,300 listeners.

    "It is the perfect song to stick your arm around your mate and sing out at the top of your voice after a few beers," said DJ Pete Mitchell.

    Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody was in second place with Led Zeppelin's Stairway to Heaven third.

    Despite not taking the top spot Queen and the Beatles notched up the most entries in Virgin Radio's top 100, scoring eight entries each.

    BEST BRITISH SONGS OF ALL TIME
    1. Oasis - Wonderwall
    2. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    3. Led Zeppelin
    - Stairway to Heaven
    4. The Beatles - Let It Be
    5. John Lennon - Imagine
    6. Police
    - Every Breath You Take
    7. The Jam
    - Going Underground
    8. Verve
    - Bitter Sweet Symphony
    9. Robbie Williams - Angels
    10. The Stranglers
    - Golden Brown
    Source: Virgin Radio


    The Rolling Stones and David Bowie had six entries each but new band Coldplay, who had their first chart single in 2000, had five tracks in the top 100.

    The male-dominated chart featured only one song by a female solo artist - Kate Bush at number 16 with Wuthering Heights.

    Alison Moyet is included as half of electropop duo Yazoo, whose 1982 hit Only You is at number 73 and Annie Lennox appears in The Eurythmics, whose 1983 hit Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) is at number 93.

    Wonderwall topped the Virgin Radio chart despite failing to top the UK singles chart on its release, being kept in second place by Michael Jackson's Earth Song.

    Nevertheless Oasis secured their seventh UK number one last week, topping the chart with latest single Lyla before being ousted after one week by The Crazy Frog's ringtone hit Axel F.

    source: BBC



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    Sunday, May 29, 2005


      Liam: 'Oasis album did not take 3 years to record'

    LIAM GALLAGHER has slammed reports the new OASIS album DON'T BELIEVE THE TRUTH took three years to create, because if it had taken that long her would have quit the band.

    The wildman rocker dismisses claims Oasis have been working continuously on the new disc since their last album HEATHEN CHEMISTRY was released in 2002.

    He says, "It didn't take three years to record. When we actually started recording it in America, it took us two months.

    "We work pretty quickly, sometimes three songs in a day.

    "If it had taken us three years to record I wouldn't be here, I'd be looking for another job."

    source: contactmusic.com



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      I’d love to do a tune with Bloc Party

    LIAM GALLAGHER has said he’ll record a song with BLOC PARTY.

    Despite comparing the London’s band’s line-up to a panel of students on ‘University Challenge’, the Oasis frontman said he’ll work with Kele Okereke and co if they write meet his standards.

    “I’d love to do a tune with Bloc Party,” Liam told Virgin Radio. “If they’ve got a song that’s good enough then I’m having it.”

    Liam added that Bloc Party and the other bands he attacked, were justified to hit back at him recently.

    “I am a music lover and they (the bands he’s attacked) have every right to slag my band off,” he explained. “I just put bands in their places. There are a load of bands I like and there is a load of bands I fucking detest because they are shit.”

    The Oasis frontman, who’s new album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ is released tomorrow (May 30), also explained that he’s not really concerned about writing songs for his band.

    “If I didn’t write another song again it wouldn’t bother me,” he said. “I get my kicks from singing more than sitting there doodling about with fucking lyrics.”

    Liam added that he doesn’t believe he’s improving as a writer and often needs guitarist Gem's assistance.

    “Gem helps me out a lot, I struggle with lyrics sometimes,” Liam explained. “I can’t find the words. The words I find hard ‘cos I’m fucking thick.”

    source: nme.com



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      Happy Birthday Noel

    The "Chief" turns 38 today.
    We wish him many more great years of Rock N Roll !





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    Saturday, May 28, 2005


      Oasis to play intimate studio show in Toronto

    102.1 the Edge presents a live broadcast with Oasis and hard-core Oasis fans could win their way into this exclusive private performance!

    Listen to Dave Bookman starting Monday, May 30th for Bookie's Treasure Hunt For The Ultimate Oasis Fans.

    Every weekday, Bookie will give out three Oasis clues. At 6:30pm you better have figured out the clues because Bookie will go to the phones to find the Ultimate Oasis Fan! The first fan to correctly figure out the clues and give the right answer will win two spots at the exclusive live broadcast with Oasis, from a secret studio location in downtown Toronto on June 15th, hosted by Bookie!

    And if you don't win, don't worry. The entire performance will be broadcast LIVE on 102.1 the Edge @ 2pm on June 15th

    Listen online here : 102 The Edge



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      Noel and Gem talk to XFM

    Noel Gallagher and Gem from Oasis came into Xfm to talk John Kennedy through every single track on their new album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’. Find out some of what they had to say here.


    Gallagher and Gem came into Xfm for a special exclusive album playback for the The X-Posure Part 2 Show with John Kennedy, and talked through every track on the new record.

    Talking about the album’s closing track, and the rumoured next single of the album, ‘Let There Be Love’, Gallagher revealed that the song had been around since the sessions for Oasis’ album ‘Be Here Now’.

    “Its seven years old,” he confessed, “There’s a demo going around that’s on a bootleg of 'Heathen Chemistry' somewhere. I was never quite happy with the words and I got hassled by the record company we were with at the time to put it out, but I was never happy with the words or the arrangement and left it for ages and in that few months lay off I went back to it.”

    Although when it was finished, Noel, was still against using it as he couldn’t bear the idea of song providing the soundtrack to another English sporting disaster,

    “I was a bit reticent about putting it on the record, my argument was ‘Can’t we do one album without the f**king flag waver that’s going to signify England’s glorious exit from the next World Cup?’ and [producer] Dave Sardy took me aside and said ‘People want this when they listen to your records. Let me persevere with it’.

    “I was arguing against it, I said it should be smaller, Liam said it should be more grandiose, and we kind of compromised in the end. It’s a great, great, great song.”

    To hear the full interview and find out what the man Oasis call The Guv’nor has to say on the matter of his brother’s songs, just tune into The X-Posure Part 2 Show with John Kennedy, on Monday 30 May from 11pm until midnight on 104.9 Xfm.



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    Friday, May 27, 2005


      High ratings for Oasis in Carling music poll

    Robbie Williams has beaten Elvis Presley, Jimi Hendrix and David Bowie to be named the best live solo artist. The nationwide survey of 5,000 people saw the former Take That star trump music icons including Madonna, Michael Jackson and Bob Dylan.

    U2 were named best live band, ahead of Queen and Oasis, in a poll commissioned by Carling to celebrate the UK's live music scene.

    "The future of rock and roll certainly looks in safe hands," a spokesman said.

    Williams, 31, took first place in the solo artist poll ahead of David Bowie and Morrissey. Elvis Presley and Elton John rounded out the top five.

    TOP 10 LIVE SOLO ARTISTS
    1. Robbie Williams
    2. David Bowie
    3. Morrissey
    4. Elvis Presley
    5. Elton John
    6. Jimi Hendrix
    7. Paul Weller
    8. Madonna
    9. Michael Jackson
    10. Bob Dylan
    Source: Carling poll

    Madonna was the only female performer in the top ten, at number eight.

    British bands dominated the best live band top 10, with Queen, Oasis, the Rolling Stones and Radiohead trailing leading Irish rockers U2.

    The list also included The Who, Faithless and Coldplay.

    "It's great to see that current bands like Oasis can sit comfortably alongside rock greats like The Who and Rolling Stones," said Carling's Martin Coyle.

    Oasis also fared well in the best album poll, with Definitely Maybe in third place, behind the eponymous Stone Roses album and Nirvana's Nevermind.

    Nirvana's Smells Like Teen Spirit was the best single of all time, followed by John Lennon's Imagine and Joy Division's Love will Tear Us Apart.


    source: BBC2



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    Thursday, May 26, 2005


      Online Chat with Liam and Gem

    If you’re a fan of the British group Oasis you know they’re releasing their latest project “Don’t Believe the Truth” on May 31. On June 1 in a rare online chat event Liam Gallagher and Gem Archer take to the MSN Live stage to answer fan questions about the process of making this record and what fans can expect when Oasis hits the road this summer.


    Chat begins on Wednesday, June 1
    at 1pm ET/10am PT
    Enter the Chatroom here : MSN CHAT



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      Copenhagen show postponed

    Oasis have announced that they are re-scheduling their show at Copenhagen Vega on 8th June to take place in a larger venue in the autumn.

    All tickets for the Vega show will remain valid for the new date which will be announced shortly. Existing ticket holders should watch the press and www.oasisinet.com for details of a preferential offer.

    Tickets for the Vega concert sold out in 15 minutes which is a record for Oasis in Denmark. Oasis thank their fans for their understanding and look forward to playing in Copenhagen in the autumn.

    source: oasisinet



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      And the next single is ...

    Well if you trust the tabloids the next Oasis single will be " Let there be love ".The paparazzi even have the photos to back up their claims stating that the snap shots below were taken on the set of the new video being shot for LTBL. On the other hand Jo Whiley claims that the news papers have it all wrong and that the shoot was for the song " The importance of being Idle " , stay tuned for more....



    photo: SUN



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      Oasis celebrates the reds

    OASIS celebrated LIVERPOOL FC’s incredible CHAMPIONS LEAGUE victory at an intimate LONDON gig last night (May 25).

    The band didn’t come on stage at the Coronet until the match between Liverpool and AC Milan had been shown on a giant screen, in front of thousands of drunken fans.

    Instead of coming on to their traditional intro tape of 'Fuckin’ In The Bushes’, the band came on to Liverpool’s anthem ’You’ll Never Walk Alone’, bathed in red light.

    Speaking recently about the show, Noel Gallagher explained: "The gig was sold out and I said, 'Instead of getting a support band, why don't we get a big screen and stick it in the middle of the stage so everyone can watch the game. Then we'll play after the game and get a late curfew'. They all went for it, so we hired a big cinema thing."

    Liam Gallagher dedicated 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out' to the Italian fans. AC Milan were 3-0 up at half-time, but ended losing on penalties 3-2 after extra time after Liverpool came back to draw 3-3.

    source: nme.com



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    Tuesday, May 24, 2005


      Beck backs Noel's demands

    Beck has urged record companies to release albums as soon as they've been recorded - echoing comments Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher made last week.

    Beck's latest album Guero was released in late March, months after it was completed last summer.

    And the Californian singer is envious of his pal Jack White, who played bass on Guero track Go It Alone, as the White Stripes rocker's music is speedily unveiled to the public.

    Beck says: "I love the fact that The White Stripes recorded their (forthcoming Get Behind Me A Satan) album in a week and a half, and Jack White's saying: 'The single (Blue Orchid) is coming out next week.'

    "That's old school rock 'n' roll - where they would cut the record at Sun Studios and then take it down to the DJ that night."

    Speaking last week, Noel Gallagher said: "You give them an album, and six months later you're still waiting for it to come out. When it's finished, get it out as soon as possible."

    source: iol.ie



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    Monday, May 23, 2005


      Most successful UK band of the decade



    OASIS are officially the most successful UK act of the last ten years, according to the BOOK OF BRITISH HIT SINGLES + ALBUMS.

    The WONDERWALL band, fronted by brothers LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER, beat pop icons such as ROBBIE WILLIAMS and U2 to the coveted title after new single LYLA topped the UK singles chart yesterday (22MAY05).

    Throughout their career so far, Oasis have enjoyed 766 weeks on the official UK singles and albums charts

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Sunday, May 22, 2005


      Lyla soars to #1 in UK charts

    Oasis score seventh number one with "Lyla"

    One-time bad boys of Britpop Oasis have stormed their way to the top of the charts with "Lyla", their seventh number one single, the Official UK Charts Company said on Sunday.

    The release, taken from the Manchester band's upcoming album "Don't Believe The Truth", knocked American hip-hop artist Akon's "Lonely" down to second place after two weeks in pole position.


    source:n Reuters London



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    Friday, May 20, 2005


      Oasis special on Virgin Radio

    On the day 'Don't believe the truth' hits the streets, Virgin radio will be celebrating with a special in-depth hour-long programme. It's a chance to hear all the tracks, as well as hearing what Liam and Gem think about the album, and returning to the public eye. They are talking to Pete and Geoff.

    7.00pm, Monday 30 May



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      Las Vegas show confirmed

    This gig previously announced to you on this website is now officially being confirmed by Oasis' management.

    Oasis are pleased to announce that they will play the House of Blues, Las Vegas on Thursday 15th September 2005 with special guests Kasabian.

    The last time Oasis played Las Vegas in 2002 in the audience was Brandon Flowers who was inspired to form a band by what he heard. He did and they called themselves the Killers. The rest is history!

    Tickets for this show will go on sale Saturday 28th May at 10am PST and will be available through, House of Blues Box Office inside Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. Ticketmaster Outlets - Smiths, Tower Records, Robinson’s May, and select Wherehouse music stores or online at www.hob.com or www.ticketmaster.com or charge by phone: 702-474-4000

    However, prior to the public on sale of these shows, Oasis fans can access a special pre sale for these dates starting at 8.30am local time on Tuesday 24th May! To access the pre sale click on the link : Presale

    source: Oasisinet



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    Thursday, May 19, 2005


      Lyla video to make US premier on VH1

    According to a press release by VH1 (US) the new Oasis video Lyla will be added to it's rotation on May 23rd

    New Video Adds:

    Beginning Monday, May 23
    Coldplay "Speed of Sound"
    Garbage "Bleed Like Me"
    Sarah McLachlan featuring Robbie Robertson "World On Fire"
    Oasis "Lyla"

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      Live Aid II details emerging

    Stars including Joss Stone, Oasis and Robbie Williams are set to be confirmed for a massive new Live Aid concert in Hyde Park this summer. The 16-hour gig, 20 years since the original Live Aid at Wembley, is being arranged to pressurise world leaders into addressing the problem of Third World debt.


    Bob Geldof is understood to be behind the project and is in talks with dozens of other A-List stars to convince them to perform free.

    The event comes despite his public protestations that a sequel to Live Aid would take place "over my f****** dead body".

    He is reported to have described the idea as a "disaster" and insisted: "I wouldn't do it and I can't see a point to it."

    But it has emerged that he has been secretly planning the event for months, along with promoter Harvey Goldsmith and film director Richard Curtis.

    And today the concert came closer than ever to being confirmed, with a string of new names added to the planned bill, including original Band Aid veterans Annie Lennox and Sting, and young rockers Razorlight.

    The Live Aid show is being scheduled for Saturday, 2 July to coincide with the G8 world leaders' summit in Scotland on Third World debt, and so has been dubbed Live 8.

    It will be screened live on BBC and broadcast simultaneously by all major commercial radio stations - similar to the UK Radio Aid stunt earlier this year, organised to raise money for the tsunami disaster.

    The Prince of Wales, a guest at the first Live Aid concert 20 years ago, has agreed to cancel this summer's Prince's Trust Party In The Park event to make way for the show.

    Unlike the original Live Aid concert, it is understood the event will not be geared toward raising public cash.

    In 1985, £60 million was raised by individual donations but this year's concert is being held to urge G8 leaders to address the issue of poverty in the developing world, as well as Aids and TB in Africa.

    It is being backed by the Make Poverty History campaign.

    Nelson Mandela is also reported to be planning to either appear live or send a message via video link.

    Organisers are working behind the scenes to secure sponsorship for the concert, which could cost as much as £1 million to set up.

    Live Aid at Wembley had a global audience of 1.5 billion, but with the rapid developments in satellite and digital technology it is hoped millions more will tune in this time.

    A formal announcement is expected later this month, along with details of how to apply for tickets, which will be free but allocated by ballot.

    About 100,000 people are expected to fill the park with a further 100,000 attending a similar event in the US city of Washington later the same day.

    Plans for the gig follow the success of the Band Aid single, which took the Christmas number one slot and raised about £15 million for African aid charities.

    source: thisislondon



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      Noel urges record bosses to release albums quicker

    OASIS star NOEL GALLAGHER has urged record companies to put albums out as soon as they're complete in a bid to beat the internet pirates. The rocker was initially thrilled when he heard the new Oasis single LYLA was being played ahead of its embargo on a radio station in Poland - and then he was contacted by frantic record label bosses.

    Gallagher recalls he was still excited to hear the single was getting air play, but can't understand why record bosses present themselves with piracy problems.

    He says, "I don't even know what the internet is. I don't have a computer, so it doesn't concern me. I don't understand the corporate record system anymore."You give them an album, and six months later you're still waiting for it to come out. When it's finished, get it out as soon as possible. Put it in the f**king shops within the week. It can be done that way."



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    Wednesday, May 18, 2005


      Additional Listening Party for New York City added

    The Sony/BMG rep informed me that there will be an additional Oasis listening party added on to the schedule for NYC:

    Tonight's party info:

    Where: Lit lounge (downstairs) 98 2nd Ave (between 5th and 6th St)
    When: Tonight (Wednesday, May 18th) @ 11:30pm NO COVER



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      Sibling Rivalry DVD in stores now



    Live4ever.us received following correspondence from Chrome Dreams in London:


    We have just released a new DVD documentary about Oasis. It's titled
    'Sibling Rivalry' and includes biographical information, film footage and exclusive interviews with those closest to Oasis.

    The DVD is available at all major record stores and can also be purchased
    via the Chrome Dreams website and Amazon Internet Store Amazon.com.

    CHROME DREAMS
    Web: Chromedreams.co.uk

    Check back for more details and a reveiw soon.....



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    Tuesday, May 17, 2005


      UK and US listening parties kick off in NYC tonight

    The band are giving fans Stateside a chance to hear their sixth studio album ’Don’t Believe The Truth’ ahead of its May 31 release.

    The 11 events will kick off in New York tonight (May 17) and wind up on May 30 in Atlanta.

    The listening parties will be held at:
    Atlanta
    Wednesday, May 25 at 9 PM
    HERE
    840 Barrett Pkwy, Suite 520
    Cobb Place Shopping Center
    Kennesaw, GA 30144
    Details: Official Listening Party for Atlanta. Same DJ who spins for the POSTMODERN PARTY. New venue.

    Monday, May 30 at 10 PM
    East Side Lounge
    485 Flat Schoals Avenue
    Atlanta, GA 30316
    www.postmodernatl.com
    Details: 21+. Additional CD-release party tied in with the record store next door through Jason Hradil. Weekly Brit-Pop party - will be blasted on the POSTMODERN mailing list!

    Boston
    Saturday, May 21 from 6-8 PM
    The Pour House
    907 Boylston St, Boston, MA 02115
    617-236-1767
    Details: 21+.

    Chicago
    Tuesday, May 24 at Midnight
    Trevia
    1575 N. Milwaukee Avenue (At North Ave)
    773-227-7990
    Details: 18+.

    Detroit
    Saturday, May 21 at 10 PM
    Double Olive
    15128 Mack Ave, Grosse Pointe, 48230
    313-823-8892
    Details: 21+. Regular Brit-Pop Night –

    Los Angeles
    Friday, May 20 at 10 PM
    The Underground
    6650 Hollywood Boulevard
    Details: Every Friday night they do a Brit-Rock/Indie night at The Underground.

    Minneapolis
    Thursday, May 19 at 10 PM
    Brit's Pub
    1110 Nicollet Ave
    Minneapolis, MN 55403
    612-332-3908
    Details: 21+. Multi-level British Pub in downtown Minneapolis – popular with anglophiles and football (soccer) fans.

    New York
    Tuesday, May 17 at 10 PM to Midnight
    HIRO
    at the Maritime Hotel
    88 9th Ave (at 16th St), New York, NY 10011
    212-727-0212
    Details: 21+.


    Philadelphia
    Wednesday, May 18 at 10 PM
    The Khyber (upstairs)
    56 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, 19106
    215-238-5888
    Details: 21+. Hip downtown bar that hosts Indie/Brit-Pop nights on Wednesdays.

    San Francisco
    Thursday, May 19 at 8 PM
    Popscene – SF
    at 330 Ritch
    330 Ritch St San Francisco, CA 94107
    415-541-9574
    Details: 18+. Popscene opening early for OASIS party.

    Seattle
    Thursday, May 19 at 9 PM
    Kincora Pub
    518 East Pine Street
    Details: 21+. Kincora Pub hosts a Brit night on Thursdays


    The band have also arranged 20 playback evenings across the UK.

    Entrance is on a first come first served basis and the venues and playback dates are as follows:

    Brighton, Snide Audio (May 24 10pm)
    Cardiff, Popscene Ifor Bach (25 9:30pm)
    Coventry, The Phoenix (25 9pm)
    Nottingham, Tuned Rock City (26 9:30pm)
    Aberdeen, Triple Kirks Exodus (27 9pm)
    Birmingham, Ramshackle Academy (27 10pm)
    Bradford, FND Escape @ Bradford University (27 10pm)
    Bristol, Ramshackle Academy (27 10pm)
    Edinburgh, Evol The Liquid Room (27 10:30pm)
    Exeter, Collision Timepiece (27 10pm)
    Glasgow, The Tuesday Club Presents Tom Tom (FRI 27th 6pm)
    Leeds, The Session The Cockpit (27 10pm)
    Hull, Spiders (28 9:30pm)
    Liverpool, Electric, The Krazy House (28 8pm)
    Manchester, The Roadhouse (28 11am)
    Newcastle, Rata Metro Arena (28 10:30pm)
    Norwich, Meltdown Waterfront (28 10pm)
    Portsmouth, Chaos South Parade Pier (28 10pm)
    Sheffield, Sonic Boom Leadmill (28 10pn)
    Wolves, Full On Little Civic (28 8pm)



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      Oasis Day on Radio 1

    On Monday 23rd May Radio 1 will be having 'Oasis Day' - a day of exclusive album tracks and your first chance to hear the band's new material performed live. (Unless of course you've been visiting this website's forum for all the latest bootlegs that is .....)

    'Don't Believe The Truth', the Oasis's long awaited album, will be released on May 30th, but we're giving you the chance to hear the tracks a week earlier.

    The songs will be played throughout the day and Noel will also be chatting to Jo Whiley.

    Steve Lamacq will finish off the night with a Lamacq Live Special, broadcasting the headline set from the band at London's Clapham Grand.

    And if you fancy going to that gig, we'll also be giving you the chance to win tickets.

    source: BBC1



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      4 star Usher Hall review

    Usher Hall , Edinburgh ****

    THIS one’s for the kid up there in the green top," offered Liam Gallagher, craning his shade-shrouded eyes up to the very highest tier of the Usher Hall’s balcony as Oasis’s first Scottish gig since their Corn Exchange date in September 2002 drew to a close. "This one," he repeated, his thoughts having arrived on the connection between Scotland and a very long drop, "is for that wee wotsername Krankie woman."

    If Oasis have truly embraced the way of olde English psychedelic whimsy, as those who have heard the forthcoming sixth album Don’t Believe The Truth say, here it is in full effect.

    Yet such world-of-his-own mutterings have been a staple of Gallagher jnr’s persona since Oasis spent 1994 trying to be the council estate Sex Pistols, and only the fact that Noel-vocaled new song The Importance of Being Idle sounds a little like the Kinks reinforces the case. Otherwise, much of the unnecessary trappings which have conspired to derail their bandwagon since - overblown Beatles rip-offs, misguided thoughts of a new musical direction, tacky stage sets - have been put back in their box.

    Now bassist Andy Bell and drummer Zak Starkey (son of Ringo) have been given the only instruction an Oasis rhythm section needs - turn it up loud while Noel and Gem duke it out for the biggest, most anthemic guitar riff. Of course, old rockers Bring It On Down, Cigarettes & Alcohol and Morning Glory (dedicated to Malcolm Glazer by gloating Man City fan Liam) set the rampaging blueprint, while Live Forever and Champagne Supernova are the prototype singalongs.

    Yet Stop Crying Your Heart Out (from 2002’s Heathen Chemistry) proves their recent career has also thrown up the odd classic, while mildly underwhelming new single Lyla makes perfect sense as an easy-to-remember terrace singsong. And there’s more - The Meaning of Soul starts with the drum riff of the Stone Roses’ I Am The Resurrection and builds to an irresistible stomp, while Mucky Fingers references the Velvet Underground and Sixties’ garage rock, a field ripe for picking by Oasis.

    As the band pummel their way through the now-mandatory closer, a cover of The Who’s My Generation played with fierce vigour by men who know their own generation is still just within their grasp, the view of the wild moshpit from the balcony sends neck hairs to attention.

    It looks rough, exciting, dangerous. And for the first time in a while, Oasis sound all of these things too.
    DAVID POLLOCK

    source: Scotsman.com



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    Monday, May 16, 2005


      Oasis rock Edinburgh

    Oasis in fine form at Edinburgh show

    OASIS played the second of their comeback shows at the EDINBURGH USHER HALL last night (May 15), the only one of the current mainland UK club dates outside of LONDON.

    As with the first show at the London Astoria last Tuesday, six of the set’s 18 songs were from the new album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’, which is released next Monday (May 30).

    Fan reaction to these was most enthusiastic for the album’s first single ‘Lyla’; ’The Meaning of Soul’ and ’Mucky Fingers’.

    The Edinburgh setlist was the same as that of the earlier show, with the one exception being the replacement of rarely-played old favourite ’Headshrinker’ with the more recent, Noel-sung ‘Little By Little’.

    The Gallagher brothers were on good form throughout, perhaps as a result of the unexpectedly hot weather outside. Liam - dressed in white cagoule and knee-length green shorts - also seemed most amused by the controversial takeover of Manchester United by Malcolm Glazer, dedicating ’Morning Glory’ to the American businessman and commenting before ‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’: "This song’s for the dicks across the road from our team - this whole fucking gig’s dedicated to them".

    Oasis’ next show is at London Clapham Grand (May 22).

    The setlist ran:

    ’Fuckin’ In The Bushes’ (Intro)
    ’ Turn Up The Sun’
    ’Lyla’
    ’Bring It On Down’
    ’Morning Glory’
    ’Cigarettes and Alcohol’
    ’Stop Crying Your Heart Out’
    ’The Importance of Being Idle’
    ’A Bell Will Ring’
    ’Live Forever’
    ’Little By Little’
    ’The Meaning of Soul’
    ’Mucky Fingers’
    ’Champagne Supernova’
    ’Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’
    ’Songbird’
    ’Wonderwall’
    ’Don’t Look Back In Anger’
    ’My Generation’


    source: nme.com



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    Saturday, May 14, 2005


      Liam madfer gangster role

    Oasis bad boy Liam Gallagher is “mad for” a part as a villain in a new gangster film, it emerged today.

    The makers of the movie will hold talks with the rocker, who has never acted before, in Edinburgh tomorrow before the band’s sell-out gig in the Scottish capital.

    Trainspotting star Robert Carlyle has reportedly already been cast as the lead role in the film about the life of convicted Glasgow gun-runner Paul Ferris.

    But if Liam, 32, wants the part, he may have to put aside his staunch allegiance to Manchester City football club and sport a shirt of their bitter rivals, Manchester United.

    The Oasis frontman, from Burnage, would play real life Mr Big and United fan Paul Massey, from Salford.

    The gangland boss and long-standing ally of Ferris is serving a 14-year sentence at Frankland Prison, Co Durham, for a stabbing in 1999.

    Liam and his brother Noel, who also support Celtic, will watch the Hoops play Hearts at Tynecastle in Edinburgh tomorrow before their concert. The brothers will meet up between the two events with Ferris and members of the production team of the £14 million film, which has the working title of The Apprentice.

    The film’s executive producer Paul Kerr, who is the brother of Simple Minds frontman Jim, today declined to comment at his home.

    But Ferris’ biographer, Reg McKay, told the Scottish Press Association: “I’ve just spoken to Ferris and yes, Liam Gallagher has expressed interest in this part. Dare I say it, he’s mad for it.

    “Paul Massey is a big fan of Liam and thinks he will be brilliant in the part as he has the menace and the presence and, even better, he’s also a Manchester boy.

    “Thing is, Massey is a mad United fan so it’s going to test Liam’s acting abilities to the utmost to see if he can bear wearing the jersey of his beloved City’s rivals.”

    Earlier this week, Ferris and representatives from Box Office Films were at the Cannes Film Festival looking for funding for the film.

    Massey, 44, built a fortune from protection rackets and his assets included hundreds of properties across Europe.

    He lived in a semi-detached house in Salford and was chauffeured around council estates in his Rolls Royce sipping champagne in the back seat.

    Ferris started out with notorious Glasgow gangland godfather Arthur Thompson Snr in the late 1970s, but they parted company in the 1980s.

    In 1998 he was jailed for seven years at the Old Bailey in London for trafficking guns and explosives.

    Pop Idol judge Simon Cowell’s London-based firm BMG is one of the backers of the new film.

    BMG is reported to have paid Ferris a six-figure sum to bring his book, The Ferris Conspiracy, to the big screen.



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      Cashing in on Ebay ticket sales

    Touts cash in on Oasis gig as tickets find way to eBay

    NEARLY ten per cent of tickets for tomorrow’s record-breaking Oasis concert in Edinburgh were bought through eBay.

    Almost 250 briefs for the intimate Usher Hall show have been sold on the internet auction site at hugely inflated prices. But today the promoters admitted the touts who sold them would go unpunished.

    Regular Music, who threatened to crack down on ticket touts who targeted the gig, said they were powerless to act against them.

    That means hundreds of fans who have paid up to £400 for tickets will have no problems getting into the gig.

    Regular Music held a meeting this week with its lawyers to discuss the possible action. The firm considered either asking to see the credit cards used to buy tickets when people arrived at the venue or withholding tickets and making fans collect them at the Usher Hall when they could ask to see ID.

    But the organisers admitted defeat and said there was nothing they could do to stop the growing eBay trade.

    All 2500 tickets for the surprise gig sold out in just 30 minutes last month, a record for the venue, but many were snapped up by specialist ticket touts.

    Mark Mackie, director of Regular Music, said: "In the end there was nothing we could do. "We tried to scare people and I think we achieved that because I’m sure more tickets would have appeared on eBay otherwise. "But making people queue to get in the building didn’t make sense. Nevertheless, we would still warn people against buying tickets on eBay because there’s a good chance they won’t receive anything for their money."

    source: Scotsman.com



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    Friday, May 13, 2005


      Liam : Doherty only British hero right now

    Rock hellraiser LIAM GALLAGHER has handed over his crown as British music's favourite bad boy to former nemesis PETE DOHERTY.

    After the failure of OASIS' new album to capture the imaginations of music fans in the UK, Gallagher insists it's now time for a new generation of rockers to take up the mantle - lead by BABYSHAMBLES frontman Doherty.

    Gallagher previously dismissed BABYSHAMBLES frontman Doherty as a "nasty" and "dirty" heroin addict - but now insists the 25-year-old is the future of British rock.

    He says, "There is only one British hero right now: Pete Doherty, lead singer of THE LIBERTINES and Babyshambles.
    "He lives the rock 'n' roll life - he's understood everything about that side of things. He doesn't give a monkey's about anything, does exactly what he wants to do. I admire his decadence. I completely recognise myself in him."

    Both Gallagher and Doherty have fathered children with rock groupie LISA MOORISH.

    The Oasis Star also went on to concede that his band will never repeat the success they enjoyed in their mid-1990s heyday.

    The band's new album DON'T BELIEVE THE TRUTH has attracted a luke-warm response from critics, but Gallagher insists fans and commentators must be realistic.

    Speaking of the band's first and second albums DEFINITELY MAYBE and (WHAT'S THE STORY?) MORNING GLORY, which propelled the band to superstardom, he says, "We have to be realistic. We will never sell that amount of records again."

    source : contactmusic.com



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      Gallagher to join Macca and Stones on stage ?

    Noel Gallagher is set to see his dreams come true at this year’s Live Aid 2 – He is to be joined on stage by Beatles legend Sir Paul McCartney.

    This mornings Daily Star reports that Gallagher will close the show alongside McCartney and the Rolling Stones. A source told the paper: “As with the original Live Aid all the acts who’ve been involved will join together at the end of the show to perform the closing number.”

    “You’ll have Oasis playing with Paul McCartney and The Stones – real rock royalty.”

    On the same day a sister show will take place across the pond in Washington DC featuring Eminem and Red Hot Chili Peppers. There are also plans for a third show in Europe.

    source: gigwise.com



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    Thursday, May 12, 2005


      Oasis add Sudoete Festival Portugal to tour

    Oasis are pleased to announce that the band will play the Sudoete Festival in Odemira on Friday 5th August . Tickets are available to purchase on line at www.ticketline.pt or by telephone + 351 210036300

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      Can Coldplay steal Oasis's crown?

    Britain's top two rock bands are releasing albums within a week of each other. Neil McCormick has heard them both

    Oasis and Coldplay, arguably the most popular and significant rock bands in the UK, are set to release new albums which should reveal a great deal about the healthy state of British pop music.

    Oasis: 'There's this thing about passing the torch,' says Noel. 'But the torch is never passed, it's taken'

    This is no bitter Blur vs Oasis rivalry. They may seem worlds apart in terms of background and sensibility - the hedonistic, defiantly working-class Manchester lads and the polite public school students from the south - but there is surprising respect between both camps.

    Oasis's band leader Noel Gallagher describes Coldplay as a "top band. They blew me away." Coldplay singer and songwriter Chris Martin says that Oasis songs were pivotal in his own development. "They're lad anthems," he says, "but you don't have to be a lad to like them. They're for everyone. When Noel cares and he's got something to say about his life, then he's untouchable."

    Which is not to say that Coldplay don't have ambitions to reach the same dizzy heights as Oasis. At the root of both bands is an overarching optimism, fierce ambition and respect for the power of song as a vehicle for human dreams. "I don't see it as competing against any other person," Martin has said. "I just see it as pushing what we can do as far as we can. What matters is trying to write the best tunes in the world."

    Following the worldwide success of 2001's A Rush of Blood to the Head there is a sense that Coldplay are poised on the brink of all-conquering global household name status. Noel Gallagher, however, is not going to surrender the mantle of Britain's Greatest Living Band easily. "There is always this thing about passing the torch," according to Noel. "But the torch is never passed, it's taken away. We took it off the Stone Roses. Chris Martin has to take it off us."

    Oasis are up first. Their single Lyla is released on Monday, followed by their sixth studio album, Don't Believe the Truth. Coldplay release a single, Speed of Sound, on May 23, followed by their third album X&Y. Both albums took more than a year to record amid aborted sessions, changes of producer, much rethinking and rewriting.

    Despite this, Don't Believe the Truth is the kind of pithy, lively little rock and roll album that sounds as if it might have been recorded in a week in a sweaty basement. (Early experimental sessions with psychedelic dance-rock producers Death in Vegas were quickly scrapped by Noel.) The elder Gallagher doesn't so much wear his influences on his sleeve as parade them like a robber baron showing off his swag.

    Mucky Fingers has the chunky rhythm of the Velvet Underground's Waiting for the Man, Lyla purloins a melody from the Rolling Stones' Street Fighting Man, The Importance of Being Idle may be the greatest Kinks song Ray Davies never wrote, and the epic ballad Let There Be Love rises from a Lennon-esque electric piano sequence (the closest thing to a genuine singalong classic on the album). And then there are the usual shades of the Beatles, T-Rex and Led Zeppelin.

    After the morbid introspection that had infected recent offerings, Noel's songs display the kind of belligerent optimism that characterised Oasis at their height. It is part of the paradoxical charm of this band that they can combine a kind of brutal hard-rock aesthetic with a sunny, singalong optimism. Liam Gallagher can turn blandishments such as "Let love be your guide" into a threat, singing with a sneer that makes you think it's a choice between love or a broken nose.


    There is an edge to Coldplay, a kind of stuttering, indie grit that counteracts its sweetness

    The odd chord shifts and sweet melodies of Liam's own three compositions confirm his growing abilities as a songwriter (albeit with an overriding Lennon obsession), while bassist Andy Bell and guitarist Gem Archer fill the album out with uplifting melodic rockers.

    What is missing are the kind of generation-defining songs that made Oasis the essential band of their era. With its freshness and spirit, Don't Believe the Truth may be hailed as a return to form, but it does not reclaim the zeitgeist. It's a collection of songs that sound as if you've heard them before (and in some cases you probably have).

    Coldplay have their eyes set higher. X&Y is an album that aches with its own significance. It opens with an atmospheric wash of synths and weird guitar treatments as portentous as anything in the Pink Floyd canon, over which Martin's voice floats, singing, "You're in control, is there anywhere you wanna go?"

    It's a promise that he is going to take the listener on a journey. And when the full force of the band kicks in, the thrill of anticipation is high.

    This is a lush, layered work, but at the core of the luxurious soundscapes are songs that get under the skin. If Oasis remain in thrall to the sonic thrust of hard rock, Coldplay are the undisputed kings of a new, softer form.

    On tremulous, touching ballads such as What If and Fix You there is melodic sweetness, epigrammatic positivity and high, ""ooh ooo" harmonies oddly reminiscent of Wings. But if, in the Beatles template that also underpins Oasis, Martin's writing owes more to McCartney than Lennon, he has some of the questioning spirit, angry idealism and seriousness of purpose of the latter.

    There is an edge to Coldplay, a kind of stuttering, indie grit that counteracts its sweetness. This is an album that asks questions about the state of the world and concludes not with blandishments about love but with the angry snarl of Twisted Logic, urging listeners to stand up for what they believe in.

    Martin is not always the most eloquent songwriter. His rhyming can be trite (I suspect even Noel at his most throwaway would have baulked at Swallowed By the Sea's opening rhymes of "tree", "me" and "see"), his metaphors repetitive (there is a lot about the sea and outer space) and his melodies sometimes have a nursery-rhyme quality, but the emotional commitment of the performance, the modernity of his band's sound and the inventiveness of the constantly shifting arrangements (his songs are as immediate as Noel's without being quite so obvious) lend X&Y a sense of substance.

    While the new Oasis album almost revels in its lack of pretension, X&Y is greater than the sum of its parts. I hate to break it to Noel, but I suspect that while Oasis have already staked their place in history, Coldplay are about to.

    'Don't Believe the Truth' is released on May 30 on Big Brother records. '

    source: telegraph.co.uk

    X&Y' (Parlophone) is out on June 6.



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      Oasis done playing Glasto

    Oasis Will Never Play Glasto Again!

    Following their storming live return to the UK earlier this week, Oasis helmsman Noel Gallagher has stated he’ll never play the Glastonbury Festival again after his bands lukewarm reception last year.

    While Oasis' mid-afternoon performance at Glastonbury 1994 was the stuff of legends, and their first headlining slot in 1995 was fine, but somewhat less impressive, last year’s Saturday night top of the bill show was generally regarded by most as a real letdown.

    Now in a new interview taken after the stunning performance at the London Astoria that kicked off their first UK tour in three years, Noel Gallagher has said Oasis will never play Glastonbury ever again.

    "Glastonbury is probably better to be at than to play at,” he explained to the BBC, somewhat grumpily, “I've played there three times now and I've not enjoyed it."

    "You go on at about eleven o'clock and by that time everyone around you is absolutely f**ked."

    "By the time you get off, everyone's crashed out vomiting on the floor or asleep. I don't know if it's the weight of expectation or what, but we've come to the conclusion that we probably won't do it again."

    source : xfm.co.uk



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    Wednesday, May 11, 2005


      Astoria Gig review

    So the biggest circus/soap opera in music is back in town. In three weeks' time they'll be unleashing their sixth studio album upon the world, and despite the fact that 2005 has seen the rise of indie (The Rakes, The Kaiser Chiefs, The Futureheads and Bloc Party - more of whom later) as a viable mainstream commodity, Oasis are still as vitally rabid as they were in '94 when the final traces of Cobain-inspired chequered shirts were finally put out of their misery.

    One thing about Oasis' live shows though: they always seem to make strange choices when it comes to selecting support bands, as their last full UK tour with the likes of The Bandits and The Stands proved, and tonight's openers Yeti are no exception to the rule. Being the band that features the one from the Libertines that a) doesn't have an expensive crack habit; and b) isn't the other one that sings and writes the songs tends to make them pretty inconsequential, and despite the efforts of John Hassall and Harmony Williams at livening up proceedings their pub-rock musings seem better suited to... a pub, I guess. Still, it could have been worse - Jet or Kasabian could have been invited, and if that had been the case then I would have been more than tempted to accept the £90 offered to me by the tout with the Liverpudlian accent or the 150 notes waved in my face by the Japanese girl with the placard stating "Real fans paying realistic ticket prices" in the queue outside prior to the doors opening.

    When Oasis finally take the stage to the familiar roar of 'Fucking In The Bushes', a sudden surge sweeps me off my feet, and the turbo-charged conveyor belt of excitement around me doesn't let up, particularly when Jude Law (No! It can't be? Can it?) is spotted nodding his head towards the back of the room. Liam Gallagher looks leaner than he has in recent months, sporting a white hooded top and shades (which cover his eyes for the entire show), circling the mic' stand and bouncing to-and-fro like a middleweight waiting for the bell to signal the opening round. Brother Noel stands to his left, resplendent in customary leather jacket, while the less-feted trio of Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Zak Starkey form an orderly queue to the characteristically unruly sibling's right.

    Although this is, technically speaking, the first of five warm-up dates preceeding this summer's stadium tour, Oasis still manage to astound and delight with some sublime choices from their back catalogue. Gone for good it appears are the atrocities of 'Be Here Now' and 'Standing On The Shoulders Of Giants', instead replaced by the Lydon-esque snarl of 'Bring It On Down' and the lip-curling tirade of animosity that is 'Headshrinker', while 'Live Forever' and 'Champagne Supernova' still sound as majestic as ever, bringing back the days when music ruled over girls, football, education, learning to drive, EVERYTHING.

    With the arrival of forthcoming album Don't Believe The Truth imminent, Oasis chose to play six new songs this evening, and (cue drum roll and prepare to faint...), there wasn't a single duff moment among any of them.

    'Lyla', which seems so dull and unadventurous as a single, sounds rapturous and lifts the roof off the Astoria tonight, while opener 'Turn Up The Sun', with its key line "The boy in the bubble, he wants to be free" still resounding around Tottengham Court Road tube station long after the show, is the teenage regressive kindred spirit of Morning Glory's 'Hello', a mellow beginning giving way to a full on gargantuan stomp. 'The Meaning Of Soul' and 'A Bell Will Ring', both debuted at last year's pre-Glastonbury warm-up, sound more confident here, the former a two-minute punk throwback and the latter possibly the only reference point to the B*a*l*s of the new stuff, with its 'Ticket To Ride' backbeat prevalent throughout. Pick of the newbies though has to be 'The Importance Of Being Idle' and 'Mucky Fingers', both sung by Noel veering between Parachutes-era Coldplay and the Velvet Underground's 'Waiting For The Man'.

    Ever the diplomat, Liam dedicates 'Rock'n'Roll Star' to "That dickhead out of Bloc Party - fucking student!", casting a knowing glance up to the balcony (Was that Stuart Pearce - I mean GOD - sat up there?), before blowing away the last 12 years in a maelstrom of hail and fury as if none of it never happened.

    During the encore they play the inexcusable pile of piffle that is 'Songbird' but redeem themselves in spectacular fashion with iconic renditions of 'Wonderwall' and 'Don't Look Back In Anger'. They thank the crowd, they leave. We don't, we want more. This is a truly majestic return for the brothers Gallagher. Don't Believe The Truth? Not if it states that Oasis are finished, as tonight is reaffirming evidence that they're far from being a spent force just yet.

    source: drownedinsound.com



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      Oasis start off tour in London

    OASIS played a clutch of songs from their new album at the first of their club dates in LONDON last night (May 10).

    The group, who are due to release their new record ’Don’t Believe The Truth’ on May 30, played six songs from the record at the show at the London Astoria last night – the first date on a European tour of small venues, and their first show since Glastonbury.

    One fan at the show told NME.COM: “They opened with ’Turn Up The Sun’, just as I'd hoped. It sounded fucking immense. Next came ’Lyla’, and on the opening chords everyone was going mad - Liam's voice was spot on.”

    Other new songs performed included ’Mucky Fingers’, ’A Bell Will Ring’, ’The Importance Of Being Idle’ and ’The Meaning Of Soul’. They closed with the now traditional cover of The Who’s ’My Generation’.

    The crowd included presenter Jonathan Ross and comic Ricky Gervais. Support came from Yeti.

    The setlist ran:

    ‘Fuckin’ In The Bushes’
    ‘Turn Up The Sun‘
    ‘Lyla‘
    ‘Bring It On Down’
    ‘Morning Glory’
    ‘Cigarettes & Alcohol’
    ‘Stop Crying Your Heart Out’
    ‘The Importance of Being Idle’
    ‘A Bell Will Ring’
    ‘Live Forever’
    ‘Headshrinker’
    ‘The Meaning of Soul’
    ‘Mucky Fingers’
    ‘Champagne Supernova’
    ‘Rock'n'Roll Star’
    ‘Songbird’
    ‘Wonderwall’
    ‘Don't Look Back In Anger’
    ‘My Generation’

    The remaining UK club dates dates are:

    Edinburgh Usher Hall (15)
    London Clapham Grand (22)
    London Coronet (25)
    London Carling Apollo Hammersmith (26)

    Oasis have announced the full line-up of support bands for their European club tour.

    Former Libertine John Hassall’s new band Yeti opened last night’s show, while bands such as The Stands, The Subways and Secret Machines join other dates.

    There will be no support for the gig at London’s Coronet (May 25) but the venue will be open from 7pm for all ticket holders who want to watch the Champion’s League final on big screens.

    Nic Armstrong And The Thiefs have also been confirmed as special guests alongside Jet on Oasis’ North American June tour for all dates, except New York’s Madison Square Garden.

    The support acts for Oasis’ remaining European club tour dates are:

    Milan Alcatraz (12) (with Magrcillo Agro)
    Edinburgh Usher Hall (15) (with El Presidente)
    London Clapham Grand (22) (with The Redwalls)
    Paris Olympia (23) (with The Stands)
    London Coronet (25) (no support)
    London Carling Apollo Hammersmith (26) (with The Subways)
    Madrid Aqualung (June 1) (with Secret Machines)
    Brussels Ancienne Belqigue (4) (with The Stands)
    Berlin Columbiahalle (6) (with Secret Machines)
    Copenhagen Store Vega (8) (with The Magic Numbers)


    The band return to the UK and Ireland later in the summer for stadium dates, visiting:

    Glasgow Hampden Park (June 29)
    Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium (June 30, July 2-3)
    Southampton Rose Bowl (6)
    Milton Keynes National Bowl (9-10)
    Newcastle Metro Radio Arena (12-13)
    Dublin Marley Park (16)

    Most of those shows have already sold out too. But for ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

    source: nme.com



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    Tuesday, May 10, 2005


      More support bands announced

    Oasis's club shows kick off on May 10th at the Astoria in London with support from ex Libertine's member John Hassall's band, Yeti. In Milan support comes locally from Magrcillo Agro. At the Edinburgh Usher Hall the support band will be El Presidente; London, Clapham Grand – The Redwalls, Paris, Olympia – The Stands; London, Carling Apollo - The Subways; Madrid, Aqualung – Secret Machines; Brussels, Ancienne Belqigue – The Stands; Berlin, Columbiahalle – The Secret Machines; Copenhagen, Store Vega – Magic Numbers.

    Please note that there will be no support for the Coronet show in London on the 25th May but the venue will be open from 7pm to all ticket holders who would like to watch the Champion League Final (between Liverpool and AC Milan) on big screens.

    Also, on their North American June tour Oasis have added Nic Armstrong and The Thiefs to special guests Jet on all shows except Madison Square Garden.

    source: oasisinet.com



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      Great new features for Live4ever Forum

    The webs largest Oasis fan site Forum (Live4ever) is currently being upgraded to a powerful new version with over a hundred new features ! Be sure to check it out later today as it officially comes back on line . The 10'000 member strong community is the largest to be found on an independently run Oasis site and is widely considered to be one of the best online stomping grounds for Oasis fans anywhere.

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      Fans pushing Lyla up the charts

    Lyla is Oasis' biggest hit in the US since Go Let It Out which came out in 2000. The 'pop-tastic' Lyla is currently coming in at number 25 on the US Alternative Airplay chart. The single is expected to rise up the chart in the weeks prior to the album's release in stores. Lyla's success has been attributed to the fan's voting craze on US radio station's request lines such as KROQ .

    You can check the current alternative US Airplay chart here : CHART

    thanx @ Thomas Felstead
    source: radioandrecords.com



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      Brit bands bite back at Oasis

    Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher helps girlfriend Nicole Appleton take home the weekend shopping - but we reckon the singer will go off his trolley when he hears what the latest rash of Brit bands think of him and brother Noel.

    The Mancunians recently mouthed off at new groups branding Keane "tw*ts", the Kaiser Chiefs "a bad Blur" and The Paddingtons "f***in' awful".

    Now the bands have hit back. Keane's Tim Rice-Oxley told this week's NME: "Noel's a c***. He was in a band that was very brilliant in the mid-90s but now they're just not important any more."

    Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson said of Liam: "He had a go at me for wearing make-up. I only wore it to look more like him." And Josh Hubbard, guitarist with The Paddingtons, hisses: "Noel's a genius but what does his fat, toothless vocalist know about youth culture?" Seconds out, round three...

    source: mirror.co.uk



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    Monday, May 09, 2005


      Sony BMG : No early release for leaked Oasis album

    Bosses at Sony BMG have revealed that the new Oasis album that was leaked over the internet will not be released ahead of schedule.

    ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ was leaked last week on the German edition of iTunes and fans from across the globe were able to access the long awaited for album, reports ChartSingles.com.

    Other artists whose new material has been leaked have been forced to bring the release date for their albums forward, they have included Eminem, Snoop Dogg and Destiny’s Child.

    Copies available to buy on the net will be removed by Sony BMG, they have said: "We have no intention of bringing the release date forward. The situation at both iTunes and eBay is currently under investigation.

    "Our concern, of course, is that illegal file-sharers will try to download the album's songs and our response to this would be immediate legal action."

    "Only a few copies have been found on the net and right now that isn’t anything to panic about

    source: gigwise



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    Saturday, May 07, 2005


      Liam : 'We're in this forever'

    OASIS singer LIAM GALLAGHER has promised his well-publicised feud with brother NOEL will never threaten the band's future.

    The outspoken star is constantly at odds with his guitarist sibling, but he insists Oasis will be topping the charts for years to come - because all their bitter fights end in a truce.

    He says, "Me and him are brothers and we'll never be over. That's the beauty of the band. If we were mates then we'd be on our a**e before now, but we're in this forever."

    However, he admits he still can't get on with him.

    He adds, "I don't like him, he's a f**king smug c**t. And he don't like me because I'm happy-go-lucky kind of guy.

    "I embarrass him because I don't take things quite as seriously as he does


    source: contactmusic.com



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    Friday, May 06, 2005


      Live Performance of Lyla on Johnathan Ross show

    Oasis will be performing their new single 'Lyla' on the Johnathan Ross show tomorrow (Friday 6th May - UK only). The show broadcasts on BBC1 at 10.45pm!

    source: oasisinet



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      Never compare Noel to Anastasia.....

    GALLAGHER DISMAYED BY ANASTASIA COMPARISON



    OASIS guitarist NOEL GALLAGHER furiously abandoned a meeting with a SONY executive when the record company man compared him to pop singer ANASTASIA.

    The DON'T LOOK BACK IN ANGER star was already offended by the American businessman's attempts to make him speed up the recording of upcoming album DON'T BELIEVE THE TRUTH, and was left with no option other than to turn his back on the executive when he went one step too far.

    Gallagher recalls, "We go to a posh restaurant. He's kind of asking, 'Why can we not get this record done?'

    "And I'm telling him how it doesn't sound right, and how I'm going to write more songs, and he says, 'You know who you sound like? Right now, just sitting there? Just talking about your grievances and worries about the record? Do you know who you sound like?'

    "Well, I'm scrolling through the Sony acts thinking, 'Is he going to say (BOB) DYLAN? I'll go as low as BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN...' Anyway, I go, 'Who?' He says, 'Anastasia!' It didn't compute for a moment. Again I went, 'Who?' And there it was again, 'Anastasia.'"

    Taken aback by the executive's lack of tact, Gallagher took drastic measures.

    He continues, "So I poured another glass of wine, necked it in one, looked at him and said, 'I've got to f**king go now, cos I've just broken out in a rash.' As I was looking at him I thought, 'You will never see my face again, and I will never lay eyes on you. Whoever you f**king are, and whatever your f**king name is, this is where it finishes for me and you.'

    "I walk off, down Knightsbridge, collar up, p**sing down with f**king rain. Just when it can't get worse, a black cab pulls up and goes, 'All right LIAM (his brother and Oasis frontman).'"


    source: contactmusic.com



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    Thursday, May 05, 2005


      Oasis among UK stars at Austin City Limits Festival

    BIG UK ACTS HEAD FOR CITY LIMITS

    OASIS, COLDPLAY and FRANZ FERDINAND are all set to join the same festival bill.

    Having established itself as the new band proving ground with South By Southwest, Texan state capital Austin is now hosting more established stars with the Austin City Limits Festival.

    Taking place between September 23 and 25 at Austin’s Zilker Park, the event will feature over 150 acts.

    Along with the British trio mentioned, acts confirmed so far include:

    Oasis
    Franz Ferdinand
    Coldplay
    The Black Crowes
    The Allman Brothers Band
    The Arcade Fire
    Kasabian
    Wilco
    Lucinda Williams
    Bloc Party
    Sleater-Kinney
    Keane
    The Doves
    The Black Keys
    The Walkmen
    Rilo Kiley
    Secret Machines
    The Bravery
    The Fiery Furnaces
    The Futureheads
    Rachael Yamagata
    Ambulance Ltd
    Aqualung
    Nine Black Alps
    Willy Mason


    The running order is yet to be confirmed with more names expected to be announced.

    For more information and tickets go to the festival’s official website Austincitylimits.com

    source: nme.com



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      More Tix for Milton Keynes Concert released

    Oasis have released extra tickets for two dates of their forthcoming tour.

    Though the band’s stadium tour has been sold out for months, more tickets for the band’s shows at the National Bowl, Milton Keynes have been released.

    There extra tickets for the following dates:

    The National Bowl in Milton Keynes (July 9)
    The National Bowl in Milton Keynes (10)


    For ticket availability, go to NME Tickets or call them on 0870 1 663 663.

    source: nme.com



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      Critic Paul Morley loves to hate Oasis

    We'd never twigged until reading today's Independent how much Paul Morley hated Oasis.

    Then again, it had never crossed our minds. Nonetheless, the veteran music and pop-culture critic lays waste to the monobrowed mad-for-it Mancs as their new album is heralded as a return to form.

    Morley says that in his top 50 list of the best bands to come out of Manchester, Oasis rock up at No47, "just below Northside, and just above Simply Red".

    Ouch.

    He then quotes Morrissey's take on the Gallaghers ("A couple of painter and decorators from Burnage") and then warms further to the dissing theme.

    "I always felt that they (Oasis) were not even as Quo as rumoured, not as Mott (the Hoople) as I would have liked, and more ELO than Beatles, more Lynne than Lennon."

    Really hitting his stride, Morley thunders: "It all came down to a camp haircut , a comedy walk and a way with swearwords that seemed more Bernard Manning than Iggy Pop...more Heat than NME."

    Best keep out of Noel and Liam's way for a while, Paul old son.

    megastar.co.uk



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      Apple declines to comment on leak

    Oasis fans are divided this morning as German fans of the Manchester band have already enjoyed a chance to buy the as-yet unreleased album - following a seeming blunder by Apple's German iTunes service.

    Scheduled for release on May 30, the new album, 'Don't Believe The Truth' was clearly available on Apple's German music store on May 3 - but you needed a German credit card and billing address to buy it.

    While details remain sparse, iTunes Germany stopped the capacity to buy and download the songs last night (May 4) at 6pm. The songs from the album remain listed on iTunes, but fans of the band are told that they can only "pre-order" the tracks, confirmed someone close to the band's management.

    While Apple has declined to comment a statement from the band's management is expected today.

    Heathen secrecy

    Any release from Oasis is customarily highly protected. When the band released its third album('Be Here Now'), reviewers had to sign agreements requiring that they were forbidden to even play the album to anybody else, Macworld has learned.

    Despite the security surrounding the release, multiple reports claim that tracks from the album are appearing on peer-to-peer networks.

    source: Macworld UK



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    Wednesday, May 04, 2005


      Is Apple to blame for album leak ?

    OASIS’ new album has appeared online ahead of its May 30 release date.

    According to fans emailing NME.COM, ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ appeared on the German iTunes site yesterday (May 3), allowing users to listen to snippets and download it legally.

    The full album was not hard to find on the site, and although only German users can buy the record, samples from each song on ’Don’t Believe The Truth’ can be accessed from any computer.

    NME.COM contacted Apple but they declined to comment. A spokesperson for Oasis is currently unavailable.

    ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ is Oasis' sixth studio album. Did you buy a copy? What do you think of the songs? Email your stories to news@nme.com.

    source: nme.com



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    Tuesday, May 03, 2005


      800 Tix to win for Private Toronto concert

    The Molson Canadian RockStar promotion presents British Rock phenoms, Oasis as its first big act. Playing their first North American show in three years, Oasis is a band known for taking the Rock Star lifestyle to the extreme. They will play for 800 lucky winners and their guests in oronto at a private Molson Canadian RockStar concert on June 15. The exclusive guest list for this unique event is limited to winners of the Molson anadian RockStar promotion from all across Canada and their guests. Winners and heir guests will be indulged with rock star perks, including limos, red carpets, assage stations and much more. The band's official North American tour kicks-off on June 17 at a Toronto show that sold out in 1 hour

    In specially-marked cases of Molson Canadian, consumers will get a chance to win access passes to one of the three different Molson Canadian RockStar shows throughout the summer which will be held in Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. Consumers can also win access passes at their favorite local bar or club and through radio stations. The promotion starts on May 2, and the Toronto concert featuring Oasis will be held on June 15 in a small downtown club. The other two big acts playing at the Calgary and Vancouver concerts, as well as the dates, will be announced later in the summer.

    For further information: Nathalie Masse, Ontario, Molson Canada, (416) 679-7621, nathalie.masse@molson.com; Babita Khunkhun, Western provinces, Molson Canada, (403) 233-1777, babita.khunkhun@molson.com


    source: Molson Press Release



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      First Seattle gig in 5 years

    Oasis have announced their first show in Seattle in five years as part of their September US tour. The last time the band played in Seattle was at the Paramount Theater on the April 5, 2000.

    Oasis will play the Everett Event Center, Seattle on Friday September 9, 2005. Tickets for this show will go on sale Saturday May 7th at 10AM (local time PST). Tickets will be available online at www.everetteventscenter.com, or charge by phone at (866) 332-8499 and also available at the venue box office.


    source: oasisus



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      Early online Release for "Don't Believe the Truth"

    The German division of Apple's iTunes online musicstore is offering the new Oasis album for download ! Lucky German fans get to download the CD quality tunes a month before the official release date. It has yet to be revealed if this a fluke by someone at APPLE Germany or if this was a planned promotional move , stay tuned....

    source: iTunes.de



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    Monday, May 02, 2005


      The Kings of British Rock reborn

    Remember to pick up your copy of MOJO with a special 15 page Oasis interview ! Out on news stands May 4th .




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