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    Monday, October 31, 2005


      Catch the new Oasis Video here before it airs !

    The new Video for the Oasis single "Let there be love" can be streamed online before it's TV debut in the UK. To watch the video click here. Low and Hi Quality streams made available by Yahoo Launch Italy.



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      Oasis video to premiere on Channel 4 (UK)

    WORLD PREMIERE OF LET THERE BE LOVE VIDEO


    The UK premiere of the Let There Be Love video will be this Wednesday 2nd November on Channel 4 (UK only) at 11.05pm after Lost!

    Let There Be Love will be released as a single on 28th November and formats include CD/DVD and 10". The DVD single will feature the promo video and excerpts from the forthcoming film “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down”.

    source: Oasisinet



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      Oasis gig in Stockholm announced

    Oasis are pleased to announce their first touring date of 2006. The band have embarked on their biggest ever world tour this year which will see them play to over 2 million people before they continue touring into 2006! Oasis will play the Stockholm Hovet, Sweden on Thursday 26th January and for these dates will team up with the Stereophonics.

    Tickets for this show go on sale 9am (UK time) on Wednesday 2nd November through www.ticnet.se and by phone on + 46 (0) 77 131 00 00. For venue information go to www.globearenas.se



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    Thursday, October 27, 2005


      Noel Gallagher : Jet's music is a turn on

    PARIS: Oasis supremo Noel Gallagher has lavished glowing praise on Australian guitar-rock outfit Jet, calling their music a turn-on.

    The British pop star, known for hurling abuse at pop contemporaries such as Robbie Williams or Bloc Party, says he's a convert to the Melbourne rockers, who recently supported Oasis for a series of gigs in the United States.

    "When I first saw Jet it was too rock for me, but they're four of the coolest guys I ever met," Gallagher said backstage in Paris, halfway through a world tour.

    "You can't argue with Are You Gonna Be My Girl. I never listened to any of their singles and stuff but I'm a fan now."

    Gallagher, who has made boasting an art form, still believes Oasis is the best band in the world but, in a display of eyebrow-raising generosity, the 38-year-old star is happy to oil the Jet engine.

    "They played me some of their new record which is incredible. It's nothing like the one out last year. It's really, really great. They turn me on, really."

    Oasis's sixth album, Don't Believe the Truth, was released in May and is widely heralded as a return to form more than a decade since arm-waving pop anthems like Wonderwall and Don't Look Back in Anger rocked up the charts and helped launch Britpop.

    Gallagher and his brother Liam's drug and alcohol-fuelled antics have been making salacious tabloid fodder ever since, but while bands like The Happy Mondays and the Stone Roses never recovered from the Britpop hangover, Oasis are still selling albums and packing out stadiums around the world.

    That, of course, is no surprise to the ever-confident Gallagher.

    "We were listening back to this (album) thinking it's great and absolutely totally convinced everyone's going to get it and everyone did. So I'm pleased the fans like it and the people who've stood by us for years".

    As a pop veteran, Gallagher has little time for the new generation of skinny-trouser and tie-clad guitar-driven bands such as Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs, dismissing them as "indie s***".

    "Within that realm of indie s***, Franz Ferdinand is about as good as it gets. Take Me Out is a tune that wins hands down but, really, it's f***ing indie rubbish," Gallagher said.

    "We were at the NME awards last year and we were the only ones not sat there with shirts and ties on. Everyone else was there in school uniforms, it was like being at a school disco."

    Few things, though, rub a Gallagher up the wrong way quite as much as Robbie Williams.

    The tabloids' favourite pop feud reared its head again after Williams hinted a track on his new album was a sexually explicit expose of his ex-girlfriend, All Saints star Nicole Appleton, now 33-year-old Liam's fiancee and mother of his youngest child, Gene.

    "I feel sorry for Robbie Williams because nobody once ever mentions his music," laughs Gallagher cheekily.

    "I wouldn't walk a mile in his shoes because he seems to be a very lonely and unhappy, very confused young man. He doesn't know whether he's straight or gay. He's forever going on about wanting a girlfriend and seems to be a lonely, sad man."

    Gallagher still knows how to throw a verbal punch but after years of pop superstardom, fatherhood and eyeing 40, he admits he increasingly enjoys what he calls an ordinary life in his west London home.

    "It's a bit weird going to the supermarket (sometimes) you kind of freak people out when you've got four bags of shopping," he says.

    "But you've got to have a real life because if you don't, you end up like Elton John or George Michael.

    "Can you imagine George Michael buying toothpaste and a toothbrush and a newspaper or some lemons?

    "Ordinary people are determined to make you feel bad, though. You'll be in the queue at the supermarket with a pint of milk, some bread and a newspaper and someone will say, 'what you doing here?'

    "I turn around and say, f*** off, I'm doing my f***ing shopping like you are."

    The star says he's horrified by the prospect of becoming a rock dinosaur in the mould of the Rolling Stones, although the band has no intention of hanging up their guitar straps just yet.

    "As long as (Liam) looks good we'll be around for a bit. So when he hits 40, that's when we'll start having problems," he laughs. "Luckily we're blessed with great hair, I don't dye mine, nor does Liam, so we're still hanging in there."

    Gallagher's days of heavy drug abuse, hellraising and general rock 'n' roll mayhem may be easing off as he takes his foot off the pedal, but there's no doubt what still gets one of Britain's most colourful pop icons revved up.

    "You can't beat walking out into a football stadium and have 20,000 people simultaneously fall in love with you."

    Australian fans will have a chance to lose their hearts to Oasis when the band tours later this month. Gallagher promises no repeats of their disastrous 1998 visit, which culminated in Liam being charged for headbutting a fan in Brisbane.

    "I can't remember it really, I was just too f***ing out of it at the time," Gallagher says of the incident.

    "We'd gone off the rails completely, it was great being in the band but I wouldn't have liked to have been in the audience. We had a great time but I'm sure all the people who paid all that money didn't.

    "We were f***ing appalling, we were shocking, which is why the next time (in 2002) was so fantastic because we made a conscious effort to really turn it on.

    "We're really looking forward to going back this time."

    Oasis kick off their Australian tour on November 26 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre, before concerts in Sydney and Melbourne

    source: thedailytelegraph.com.au



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    Monday, October 24, 2005


      Liam not a fan of Bloc Party or Babyshambles....

    Liam Gallagher has dismissed Bloc Party saying that he doesn’t “give a fuck” about them.

    The Oasis singer admits that he doesn’t like the band who have been billed as the next Oasis, Blur and Radiohead in the past.

    Speaking to mtv, he said: "Fair play to them (Bloc Party), they're having a go, doing what they're doing and all that and people seem to be in to them." He continued:

    "People ask me these questions like 'are they the new fucking Oasis, new fucking Blur or the new fucking thing?' I couldn't give a fuck, I don't like them."

    "I don't wish anything bad to happen to them, its just not my kind of thing. Same goes for fucking Babyshambles."

    Sadly, Liam says that he won’t resort to violence against the foursome, saying: "I don't want to fight them, I don't want their fucking birds, I don't want to shoot their dogs, I don't want to stand on their hamsters head. I'm just not into their music."

    source: gigwise.com



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    Saturday, October 22, 2005


      Kasabian to record in Noel Gallaghers studio

    That lovely Noel Gallagher from Oasis has come to poor old Kasabian’s rescue – by lending them his studio to record their second album.

    The Leicester four-piece are due to record the new album in three weeks, but their farm studio where they recorded and were inspired to write their self-titled debut album, is no longer in use.

    However after a good dose of mutual bumming with the guys from Oasis, the band have the go ahead to record in Noel’s studio.

    Kasabian’s Tom Meighan told The Star: “Noel’s sorting us out with his studio for free – what a zone. Him and Liam are proper boys.” Thanks for clearing that up Tom, we had our suspicions that they were actually Pilipino lady-men.

    He continued: “We’ve just come back off tour with them and our bands just buzz off each other.”

    “We look at them on stage in awe, but Liam’s told us we inspire them too, which is big. He told me that over the past ten years, we’re the only band that can go on tour and have it with them.”

    “Us lots are mates for life now.”

    He also assured fans: “We’ll have the next album ready by March. It’ll be fucking amazing. There’s no one out there to touch us now apart from Oasis.” And it seems that Oasis have been touching them rather a lot…


    source:entertainmentwise.com



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    Friday, October 21, 2005


      Robbie Williams takes new stab at Liam Gallagher

    Roguish Robbie Williams has stoked the fires of hatred which eternally crackle between himself and his arch-enemy Liam Gallagher – by writing a song about Gallagher’s fiancée Nicole Appleton.

    The song, entitled Ghosts, is included on Williams’ new album Intensive Care and in it he reveals sexually explicit details of his own time with the former All-Saint. As if that weren’t bad enough, referring to the song, the Robster has reportedly said of Liam: “It’ll really fry the balding, pot-bellied sh*t’s head.”

    Look’s like “the fat dancer from Take That” is going to get a well-deserved slap…

    However, according to the Sun, he’ll be alright because he has some ‘special powers’:

    “I think I do have powers. I’ve seen things – green lights coming in at my window, too. I’ve had security locks opening and closing in front of my eyes…TVs switching on and off.”

    He continued: “I want to do a TV show. I want to go and visit ghosts and goblins and weird sites. I’m going to try and find a haunted house. I want to find out if these are ghostly experiences or just my complete paranoia.”

    Nah, Blobbie, it’s probably just your complete over use of drugs.

    source: entertainmentwise.com



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    Wednesday, October 19, 2005


      New documentary and single release in November

    LET THERE BE LOVE TO BE 3RD SINGLE

    ‘Let There Be Love’ will be the third single taken from Oasis’ double platinum selling album ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’. The album has already spawned two number one singles this year, ‘Lyla’ and ‘The Importance Of Being Idle’. In October it won Q Magazine’s prestigious Album Of The Year award and the People’s Choice Award.

    The single is released on CD, DVD and 10” vinyl on 28th November 2005 on Big Brother Recordings. The CD and 10” will feature a brand new Noel penned track entitled ‘Sittin’ Here In Silence (On My Own)’ which was produced and mixed by Dave Sardy. The documentary footage included on the DVD goes behind the scenes of Oasis’ biggest ever world tour, which will seen them play to over 2 million people worldwide in 2005. Recorded by renowned promo director Baillie Walsh it is a taste of a longer film to come, entitled “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” and culminates in the spine-tingling new video for “Let There Be Love”.

    3 Track CD
    Let There Be Love
    Sittin’ Here In Silence (On My Own)
    Rock ‘n’ Roll Star (live at City of Manchester Stadium – 2 July 2005)

    DVD
    Let There Be Love (album and demo version)
    Excerpts from the forthcoming film “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down”
    Let There Be Love (video)
    Downloadable wallpaper

    10”
    Let There Be Love
    Sittin’ Here In Silence (On My Own)


    source: oasisinet



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    Tuesday, October 18, 2005


      Oasis sign 6 figure deal with Toshiba

    Oasis have inked a six-figure sponsorship deal with an electronics company to promote a new phone with exclusive new video and audio tracks from the Gallagher brothers.

    The band will apparently make the video to their new single "Let There Be Love" available on the forthcoming music-based Toshiba 803 hand-set.

    Customers who buy the hand-set will also get five exclusive video and audio tracks from their shows at the City of Manchester Stadium in the UK in July 2005.

    According to reports, Toshiba will also sponsor the remainder of Oasis's live dates in 2005, which see the Manc rock'n'roll heroes play a string of shows across Europe, Japan and Australia.

    Meanwhile, Noel Gallagher has revealed that Oasis are set to release a brand new track not featured on this year's "Don't Believe The Truth", at the start of the 2006.

    Speaking at last week's Q awards, Noel explained: "There's one song that Liam wrote that was left off (the album) called 'The Boy With The Blues' that I think we're gonna put out just as a single, that's not gonna be on the next album.

    "That might be out for early next year, but I'm not sure yet," he said.

    Oasis play the following dates in the UK later this year:

    December 05

    10 Cardiff, Millennium Stadium
    12 Aberdeen, AECC
    14+15 Glasgow, SECC
    18+19 Belfast, Belfast Odyssey Arena
    21 Dublin, The Point Depot
    22 Dublin, Point Theatre



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    Sunday, October 16, 2005


      Pepsi courts Liam Gallagher for advert

    Liam Gallagher has been called on to give Charlotte Church a wild edge - to her voice anwyay.

    It seems bosses at soft drink Pepsi are keen to unite the pair after the singer and Oasis struck up a friendship at the Q Awards earlier this year.

    Both Church and the Gallagher brothers are no strangers to hellraising and Pepsi chiefs hope a megabucks pairing in an advert could give the brand a more rock and roll image.

    They already have family-friendly stars like Britney Spears and Beyonce on board so perhaps Oasis and Church could expand their appeal to a younger, more cynical audience.

    Well, if they are that cynical no amount of pop-friendly publicity stunts are likely to sway them - but who knows where the unlikely partnership could lead.

    source: ITN

    ----------------------------

    How to smash Hotel rooms while enjoying Pepsi....

    Hellraisers CHARLOTTE CHURCH and LIAM GALLAGHER are being courted by soft drink giant Pepsi, who reportedly want the two stars to give it a new rock 'n' roll image.

    If a deal is finalised, the unlikely pair will head-up a lucrative advertising campaign, which will feature the OASIS frontman "teaching" Church how to trash hotel rooms and smash instruments while enjoying a selection of alcoholic drinks mixed with the cola beverage.


    A PepsiCo source tells British newspaper the Daily Star, "We've always got safe, family friendly stars to endorse Pepsi in the past, like BRITNEY SPEARS, BEYONCE KNOWLES, CINDY CRAWFORD and BLUE.

    "But Pepsi is becoming more and more popular as a cocktail mixer at parties, so we want a wilder, more controversial image to go with that, and Liam and Charlotte are ideal.

    "They both love their booze and between them they cover the gender demographics we're trying to target.

    "Charlotte is young, sexy and fun-loving, while Liam is an older, cool rock star."

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Friday, October 14, 2005


      Oasis plan standalone single for 2006

    The band hope to release a new tune in the new year
    Oasis hope to release a new non-album single early next year.

    The band are expected to release 'Let There Be Love' as their next single, but have said its follow-up might be a standalone effort.

    "We haven't done it since 'Whatever'," Noel Gallagher told Xfm. "It depends if we get the time to go into the studio because we're pretty flat out until next March. We'll see what happens after that."

    The song in question was written by Liam Gallagher but was omitted from recent album 'Don't Believe The Truth'.

    "It's called 'The Boy With The Blues'... I think we're gonna put out just as a single, that's not gonna be on the next album," explained the guitarist. "That might be out for early next year, but I'm not sure yet."

    Noel added they had plenty of other new material in hand, though he wasn't sure if it was destined for the band's next album.

    "We've got about 11 pretty good songs for the next record that were left over from this one, but if we go into the studio I don't know if we're gonna go in there and say 'Right we're making an album'," he mused. "We're just going record the ones for this one that we didn't record in our own studio and see how it goes."

    source : NME



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    Wednesday, October 12, 2005


      Noel dismisses contemporary British Music

    Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher has dismissed the current British music scene as "boring", after being left amazed his ageing band picked up two high-profile awards on Monday.

    Oasis won Best Album, for 'Don't believe the truth', and The People's Choice Award at the Q Awards ceremony, but Gallagher is surprised to still be collecting accolades as he nears 40.

    Speaking at the London bash, Gallagher said: "What does it say about the state of music today that it's left to us to dominate these events? I'm 38. I shouldn't really be here. It's embarrassing.

    "Where are all the 21-year-olds? Where's the next Liam Gallagher? Oasis have been going for 20 years and we shouldn't be getting all the awards today.

    "There should be young bands coming through. There has been nothing to challenge Oasis at all.

    "Remember what it was like in 1994 when we came on the scene? It was a movement that swept the country. There has been nothing like that since and I think that is pretty bad.

    "The album charts at the moment are really boring and bland."

    source : IOL

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    Liam clashes with snappers

    Liam Gallagher celebrated in style after Monday's (10-05-05) Q awards - by threatening paparazzi with a metal pole.

    The Oasis frontman - whose band picked up two awards, including Best Album for 'Don't Believe The Truth', at the prestigious ceremony - was seen guzzling dozens of glasses of champagne at London's trendy Met Bar before confronting the waiting shutterbugs outside. .

    Liam, famed for his wild temper, picked up the steel queue barrier and brandished it at several snappers before friends pulled him back inside the club. .

    Earlier in the day, Liam was seen chatting with John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono at the ceremony - organised by the respected music magazine. .
    The Japanese artist was at the event to collect the Q Special Award on behalf of her late husband and had congratulated Oasis on their triumphs during her acceptance speech. .

    After their chat, Liam - a self-confessed Beatles and Lennon obsessive - praised Yoko, saying: "I love this woman. I love Yoko. Every time I see her I just want to give her a hug and protect her".

    source: femalefirst.co.uk
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    Tuesday, October 11, 2005


      Oasis back into studio soon

    Noel Gallagher's revealed to 6 Music that Oasis are heading into the studio soon to record the next batch of new material.

    Noel says they've got around 11 new songs which they didn't need for Don't Believe The Truth - and they're planning to record soon.

    And at least one track, written by Liam, will be released, as Noel explained: "There's one song that he (Liam) wrote that was left off called The Boy With The Blues, which I think we're going to put out as just a single. It's not going to be on the next album."He continued: "That might be out early next year, but we don't know yet. It depends if we get the time to go into the studio because we're pretty full-on until next March."

    Noel was speaking as he picked up two Q Awards in London - one for Best Album and the other, The People's Choice Award.

    The band are also currently on a break from their world tour which hits the UK on December 10 at the Cardiff Millennium Stadium.


    source: 6 music BBC



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      Oasis Vs Coldplay: The Row In Full

    Reports suggest that at the Q Awards yesterday those long-standing enemies Coldplay and Oasis locked horns yet again for another round of mud-slinging and fisticuffs. So why are Noel, Liam and Chris discussing playing a gig together?

    While Liam is reported to have heckled Coldplay’s Chris Martin with shouts of “plant pot”, it was all smiles and handshakes between the Oasis and Coldplay camps at yesterday’s Q Awards as their respective leaders, Noel Gallagher and Martin, got together on the red carpet to discuss the so-called feud between the two groups.

    CM: "Noel, are we in a fight?”
    NG: "No... You and our kid are.”
    CM: "Are we? I don't get it.”
    NG: "I have no idea…”
    CM: "Who started this fight then?”
    NG: "You did, you lairy bastard. No, really we're good friends..."
    CM: "Well we used to be friends, until he slept with my sister.”

    CM: “How many awards did you win? Like twelve?"
    NG: "We won as many as you"
    CM: "Well, we won one..”
    NG: "Oh, and we got two”
    CM: "So you won twice as many as we did?”
    NG: "Well, better luck next year..."

    NG: "He's not in a fight with him [Chris], he's just being Liam isn't he?”
    CM: "Are we in a fight?”
    NG: "Course not. Are we gonna work together?”
    CM: "Big time. We're gonna do Live 9 in December, and Oasis are gonna do it this time because they want to save the world, finally”
    NG: "We'll do Stop The Congestion Charge 2008, cause let's face it, that's f**king important.”


    But while Noel was lapping up his Best Album and People’s Choice awards and discussing the two bands’ next charity projects, there was still the small matter of Liam…

    "Look, I like Chris Martin,” he told Xfm. “I’m getting him at it, it's a bit of fun innit? If he thinks I'm serious he's been hanging around with his bird too much..."

    Consider the horse’s mouth to have spoken.

    source: xfmonline



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    Monday, October 10, 2005


      Oasis win big at Q awards

    Ten years after being at the fore of Cool Britannia, Oasis were the big winners at the Q Awards.
    T
    he Gallaghers took the Best Album title for Don't Believe The Truth. The band also scooped the People's Choice Award. Oasis had bagged five nominations for the annual event.

    Their rivals Coldplay were named Best Act In The World Today.

    The awards come after Oasis' latest album Don't Believe The Truth was heralded by critics as a return to form.

    Soldier turned singer James Blunt scooped Best New Act.

    Oasis's old foe Damon Albarn won Best Producer for Gorillaz/Danger Mouse with Demon Days. Albarn's Gorillaz also scooped the award for Best Video for Feel Good Inc while U2 won Best Live Act.

    Scottish singer KT Tunstall took Best Track for Black Horse And The Cherry Tree. Ray Davies' Waterloo Sunset was named Q Classic Song while the Bee Gees won the Q Lifetime Achievement award at the event attended by a who's who of the music world.

    Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page was named Q Icon and Joy Division Q Legend. Eccentric Icelandic star Bjork won the Q Inspiration award and Nick Cave Q Classic Songwriter. The late Beatle John Lennon won the Q Special award and Paul Weller Outstanding Contribution To Music.

    Dance act The Prodigy won Q Innovation In Sound and Glastonbury's Michael Eavis the Birthday Honour. Yoko Ono picked up the award on the day after what would have been the former Beatle's 65th birthday.

    On receiving the award for Best Album, Noel said: "It was a change to not get the token Live Act award for being able to play the guitar...Best Album, nice one."

    source: scotsman.com



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      Oasis and U2 battle for Q glory


    Oasis and U2 will compete to become the most successful band in the history of the Q Awards when this year's ceremony takes place in London. Oasis won their last Q Award in 2000 for best live act and have won five prizes since the music magazine's honours started 15 years ago, and lead the nominations with another five this year.

    U2 have won more Q Awards than anyone else to date, with eight - and are up for three more prizes this time.

    They face competition from Coldplay, who are in the running for four awards.

    MOST Q AWARD WINS 1990-2004

    U2 - 8
    REM - 6
    Oasis - 5
    Radiohead - 4


    All three bands will go head-to-head in three of the ceremony's biggest battles - all nominated for best act in the world, best live act and best track.

    Oasis and Coldplay are also up for best album, while Oasis' fifth nomination is for best video for The Importance of Being Idle.

    MOST Q NOMINATIONS 2005

    Oasis - 5
    Coldplay - 4
    U2 - 3
    Green Day - 3
    James Blunt - 3


    Green Day and Muse are the other contenders to be named best act in the world today, while Kaiser Chiefs, Goldfrapp and James Blunt are also in the running for best album.

    Blunt's hit single You're Beautiful is on the shortlist for the best track award while he is also up for best new act.

    The ceremony will take place at the Grosvenor House Hotel on London's Park Lane on Monday, with winners chosen by Q readers.

    Last year's event provided its share of rock 'n' roll controversy when Sir Elton John launched a verbal tirade at Madonna, accusing her of cheating fans by miming.

    source: BBC News

    UPDATE

    BEST ALBUM Award and PEOPLES CHOICE award go to Oasis while U2 picks up BEST LIVE ACT award and Cold Play snags BEST ACT IN THE WORLD ..... stay tuned for full report.



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    Tuesday, October 04, 2005


      Oasis to return to US and Canada in February

    An L4e member just back from Oasis' show in Atlantic City reports some great news ! The band is coming back for more shows! Read on.....

    "Just back from 4 shows in 5 nights. Front row at Baltimore and Cleveland followed by Across The Narrows and tonight Atlantic City. Met the band numerous times and had great interaction with them while they were on stage. Talked with Liam and Gem for about 10 minutes tonight. Gem said the last 3 weeks have been unreal and they are all having such a great time on stage. He said "...when was the last time you've seen Liam singin along to Noels songs from the wings ."

    The big news though is Oasis WILL be back in the U.S. in February! The Houston show will be made up. The only other cities mentioned were Miami and a smaller gig in Toronto.

    thanx @ stomko (l4e forum)



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    Monday, October 03, 2005


      Kasabian ready to "rage in studio" with Oasis

    With their month-long stint opening for Oasis in America coming to an end tonight at Atlantic City's House of Blues, British rockers Kasabian are just not ready to let go. "I'm holding on to every last inch I can grab," says frontman Tom Meighan. "We've had some great gigs, and some good nights. It's just been an amazing time for us."

    The members of the Leicester five-piece chose to end the campaign for their self-titled debut, out last spring, by supporting their teenage heroes. Now mates with the infamous Gallagher brothers (singer Liam and guitarist/songwriter Noel), Meighan and Kasabian guitarist Sergio Pizzorno were even invited onstage during Oasis' set closer last week.

    "Me and Serge did [a cover of the Who's] 'My Generation' with them," Meighan announces. "Not many people come onstage with Oasis, do they? It's a brotherhood! 'Soul brothers' is what Noel says." And as for frontman Liam, Meighan adds, "He's as mad as a hatter! Fucking nuts. But I understand exactly where he's coming from. I feel his vibe; I feel Noel's vibe. We're buzzing."

    Offstage, Oasis, Kasabian and fellow openers Jet have indulged in some hotel shenanigans. "Late nights in the swimming pools," says Meighan. "Serge and Liam were going on a mad one, diving in the pool fully clothed, fucking going nuts."

    Once they've dried off, Kasabian will head back into the studio to work on their second record, which they hope to have out next May. Jim Abyss (DJ Shadow, U.N.K.L.E.) will again produce, helping the boys refine the dozen tracks they've penned, including "The Stuntman" and "Shoot the Runner." According to Meighan, their time on the road has put a new spin on their sound. "Oasis and Jet have influenced [the music], man, of course," he says. "Just the sheer power of Oasis: You know it's them when you hear a song. It's massive, it's big, it's in your face. We want to get in the studio as soon as we can and write that monster second record."

    Tonight though, Kasabian will be celebrating their final date of the tour in style. "We've been on the road twenty-two months, and to end it like this? With Oasis, the monsters of rock? It just doesn't come any better than that," gushes Meighan. "I've made friends for life in everyone here. There are many good times to come."


    Pizzorno

    source: Rollingstone.com
    Photo : Live4ever.us



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      Oaisis rock Across the Narrows festival in New York

    Kasabian were the first of three British acts to take the stage at Across the Narrows early Sunday afternoon. A deafening bass system pounded the still growing but enthusiastic Crowd with a great set. Next up a mellow (and noticeably sober) Evan Dando played a stripped-down alt-rock set with the latest configuration of the US band Lemonheads, including former members of the Descendents.

    Already denser than the prior night's Killers set, the audience went manic for atmospheric British pop balladeers Doves, in the U.S. for another brief tour in support of their excellent third release, Some Cities. Shaggy-haired Aussie rockers Jet followed with an air-raid intro and instrumental jam that segued into the raunchy "Cold Hard Bitch." The band, who have opened for Oasis for the past month, played Get Born favorites "Are You Gonna Be My Girl" and "Look What You've Done." They even sampled a new song, the acoustic love ballad "Eleanor," packed with harmonizing ooh-ooh-ooh's.

    With genre-bending alt-rock idol Beck headlining Coney Island on Sunday, Oasis closed out the Staten Island show with their massive Brit pop. The brothers Gallagher brought out old hits like "What's the Story Morning Glory" and "Wonderwall," as well as the newer songs "Lyla" and "The Importance of Being Idle." On their Nineties hits "Don't Look Back in Anger" and "Champagne Supernova," singer Liam Gallagher stepped aside and let the crowd take over on the chorus. By this point, several in the audience had jumped on their friends' shoulders, trying to feel as carefree as they were when they first heard the song in grade school.


    Kasabian


    Kasabian


    Doves


    Oasis


    Full Festival Review

    source : live4ever.us / rollingstone.com
    photos: live4ever.us



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      Noel's 59 Gibson Les Paul for sale

    Noel Gallagher’s Gibson Les Paul 1959 flame top re-issue is up for auction at eBay.

    This guitar was used on tour and in the studio for the "Don't Believe The Truth" demoes by Noel Gallagher – and comes with a certificate of authenticity letter (COA) from Noel Gallagher’s personal guitar technician Jason Rhodes describing the story of the guitar. This guitar is one of Noel’s favourite live guitars – you can see him using this model on all recent tours during the last 5 years. He uses this guitar to play live classics such as Supersonic, Shakermaker, Acquiesce, Live Forever and Cigarettes And Alcohol – you can see him using it on the "Familiar To Millions" live DVD from Wembley Stadium 2000 on these songs – this is also the guitar Noel is pictured with on front of the DVD cover.

    Click here to go to the auction




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