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    Wednesday, November 30, 2005


      Oasis to topple Madonna from top spot ?

    Oasis are reportedly outselling Madonna this week and are set to knock ‘Hung Up’ off the top of the charts.

    If the Mancunians manage to claim the top spot with ‘Let There Be Love’, it will be their third consecutive number one from ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’.

    It would also be their ninth number one putting them on a par with such musical greats as Abba and The Spice Girls.

    However, apart from Madge, the Gallaghers have also got the lovely Pussycat Dolls breathing down their necks.

    source: gigwise.com



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    Tuesday, November 29, 2005


      Oasis set to star in Easter spectacular

    Noel Gallagher RELIGION and rock have never mixed that well, but the BBC is hoping to change all that with a spectacular live televised event in Manchester this Easter.

    Manchester Passion will be a huge public spectacle, with streets closed to traffic as a Good Friday procession makes its way through the city centre with the promise of music by major Manchester bands being involved in the parade behind a huge crucifix.

    It's the BBC's follow-up to award-winning public opera event Flashmob that caused a stir in London and Sheffield, and will be produced by the same TV team.

    TV bosses hope "major artists" will be involved in the contemporary retelling of the last few hours in the life of Jesus - and are targeting the likes of Oasis, New Order, The Hollies and ex-members of 10CC.

    Spectacle

    "It should be an amazing public spectacle," predicts outgoing BBC3 controller Stuart Murphy.

    "We plan to tell the story of the crucifixion in a way that is a lot more modern. It will involve lots of crowds and an enormous cross - and, hopefully, a lot of big names."

    The event, to be screened live on Good Friday evening, will mix the words of the Bible with versions of popular songs by Manchester bands from the last 30 years - perhaps the likes of Stone Roses' classic I Am The Ressurrection would be fitting.

    Explained a BBC spokeswoman: "The music will be given a vibrant new twist and is performed by the characters in the drama, accompanied by a string band and well-known local musicians. It takes its inspiration from the way Bach and other composers fused music and the Passion story."

    The digital channel won a Golden Rose award for Flashmob - The Opera, which staged a contemporary opera on the busy concourse at London's Paddington station in October 2004, including a 62-piece orchestra, choir of singing policemen and chorus of football fans.

    A second event was staged last April at the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield, involving professional performers, local schoolchildren and other members of the community.

    The public will be encouraged to join the Manchester procession, which will pass through several streets before ending up in Albert Square.

    BBC Commissioning Editor for Arts, Music and Religion Adam Kemp says: "We are excited by the possibility of introducing a new audience to the rich history of the Passion Plays.

    "We're looking forward to involving the people of Manchester in this moving live event and hopefully encouraging them to look on familiar songs with fresh eyes."

    source: Manchesteronline



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    Monday, November 28, 2005


      Back in fine form

    FIERCE loyalty from their fans and matured professionalism from Oasis overcame early technical hiccups during the band's triumphant return to Sydney last night. Manchester brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher and their musical cohorts delivered a stirring set which was more about communal rapture than rock star posturing.

    But Liam's hand-on-crotch stance, which he maintained for the length of the concert, was a tad perplexing - as was the tambourine-on-head balancing act.

    The band opened with a run of songs from their latest album, Don't Believe The Truth, including Turn Up The Sun and Lyla, during which Liam's microphone appeared not to be working.

    After the sound problems, the crowd went from simply enjoying the show to a full scream-along session as Oasis dipped into early hits, including Wonderwall, Champagne Supernova and Live Forever.

    The energy did not cease during the brief wait for an encore before Noel delivered the night's highlight.


    Cheekily dedicating the song to the Australian cricket, rugby and soccer teams, he started the anthemic Don't Look Back In Anger and the capacity crowd sang the roof off.

    Oasis play a second gig at the Hordern Pavilion in Sydney tonight.

    source: news.com.au



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    Saturday, November 26, 2005


      Brotherly 'love' in Brisbane

    THE Gallagher brothers are at it again. Arriving in Brisbane yesterday, the front men of Brit-rockers Oasis were at their infamous brawling best.

    "We fell out," Liam said, as brother Noel sat sullenly waiting for their tour bus.

    "I don't think he wants to be photographed with me. We're not getting along too well. I don't even think he'll get on the bus with me."

    The band's guitarist and chief songwriter, Noel, refused to join singer Liam and the rest of the band and travelled on his own to the Brisbane Entertainment Centre for the first show in their national tour.

    Brawling and Brisbane are not a new concept for Oasis. In 1998, Liam head-butted and broke a fan's nose outside the Quay West Hotel.

    "If you're asking about that lad the last time I was here, if anyone starts it again, they'll get the f------ing same," Liam said, although he happily chatted to fans at the airport.

    "They're the best, there is no one else like them," Jared Kranz, 22, of Karana Downs in Brisbane, said. "It was so easy to talk to them, it's brilliant."

    The soccer-loving Liam paid tribute to the late George Best and chatted with the Queensland Roar team, who were on the same flight from Sydney.

    Last night Oasis played to 6500 fans, storming through their back catalogue and their latest album, Don't Believe the Truth.


    source: Queensland Sunday Mail AU



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    Friday, November 25, 2005


      Rock's bad boys find oasis of calm. True

    NOEL Gallagher looked more Johnny Cash than bad boy of rock in Sydney yesterday.

    Dressed in black, the 38-year-old Oasis guitarist had plenty of lip on the eve of their third Australian tour, but he was playing down the Manchester band's notoriety.

    Gallagher said the band was more about the music than making headlines.

    "I think we were always recognised for our music, first and foremost," he said. "There may have been a few years where the records weren't well received and we got more headlines for some of the things that went on."

    Noel and his younger brother Liam have been a fixture on the front pages almost since they released their debut album, Definitely Maybe, in 1994.

    Their Australian debut seven years ago was a low point, with Liam arrested for headbutting a fan.

    "We weren't in a very good place as a group," Gallagher said of that first visit.

    Oasis made amends with Australian fans four years later with an extensive tour that included some small-venue performances and not so much as a finger waved in anger.

    This time the band is here on the back of their recent, critically acclaimed album, Don't Believe the Truth, an album "our kid" Liam had a hand in writing. The sibling rivalry is long gone, it seems.

    "Our fallouts tend to be more public because we're quite forthright and we don't bullshit people," Gallagher said.

    "I'm sure it's the same for Coldplay. I'm sure they don't always get on with each other, but if somebody asks us a question we're quite up-front about it.

    "There are only two people in the world who are not fascinated by our relationship, and that's me and him.

    "Nobody gives a f..k about it any more. It's not really relevant to what we do. Whatever we might say about each other in the press, it's all done with a very large pinch of salt."

    That's not to say the elder brother doesn't regret some of the things he says.

    "I'll be reading articles for the next two weeks in Australia going, 'That doesn't look good in print'. But, f..k it, that's the way I am."

    Oasis have had a string of hits, including Live Forever, Rock'n'Roll Star and Don't Look Back in Anger. Many of those will be on parade when the tour begins in Brisbane tonight.

    "This time it will be special," Gallagher said. "I'll be great, I can guarantee you that."

    source: theaustralian.news.com.au



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    Thursday, November 24, 2005


      Noel Gallagher knows the score


    REGRETS? Noel Gallagher has two. The first is not taking a year off after Oasis played Knebworth in August 1996, the peak of their Supersonic/ Wonderwall golden years.

    The 250,000-strong homecoming fulfilled their destiny as saviours of British rock. The inevitable slide into exhaustion and mediocrity effectively began the next morning.

    "The second is changing brands of cigarettes," the songwriter says, blowing smoke from his Barcelona hotel window, " 'cause Marlboro Lights are a ladies' fag and it makes me feel less of a man when I spark one up in the morning."

    They're minor quibbles, really, 10 years after the infamous Blur versus Oasis comedy made Noel Gallagher rich and famous. His and his brother Liam's sixth album, Don't Believe the Truth, is another bloated wall of distorted guitars and vacuous macho bluster that both signifies and seals his contentment "I meet people in bands and they're obsessed with pushing things forward," he says.

    "I just wanna stay the same, which kinda makes me unique, so that'll do me."

    Bands like Radiohead and REM and U2 and Coldplay are constantly trying to change who they are, and I wonder if it's because their personal lives are so rock-solid that they need to constantly destroy and re-create in their professional lives."

    My personal life is f--kin' chaos, right? Everything outside of my music is falling apart and being re-created on a weekly basis. So I have to have something that's solid as a rock and that is my f--kin' music. Thank f--k for this band, you knowarramean?

    "I don't wanna be in the studio going, 'What are we on now? Are we doing reggae or space jazz? Oh, it's the Beatles?' That'll do me, thanks very much, I f--kin' know where I am with that. I'm good at that."

    In theory, Oasis are even better at that since Zak Starkey, son of Ringo, became their drummer last year.

    Gallagher prefers not to dwell on the dynastic implications. "It might freak me out," he says. "I might wake up from a dream and I'll be in a band with (fashion designer) Stella McCartney instead."

    Neither is he inclined to read too much history into his latest choice of album titles. Since Oasis arrived in a snowstorm of British music press hype in 1994, many observers have found the alleged truth of their greatness hard to believe.

    On their first visit here in '98, most Australians agreed they were a first-rate media circus with a pretty lame musical score. The same description applies to most British acts that have emerged from the machinery that Oasis set in motion.

    The Gallaghers are scathingly dismissive of the latest production line led by Franz Ferdinand. Nor is Noel convinced by England's most absurd new rock hero, the crackaddled former Libertines personality turned Kate Moss handbag, Pete Doherty."

    Babyshambles (Doherty's new band) ... it does all smack of the emperor's new clothes at the minute."

    They're kinda the opposite of Oasis in a way, in that we were trying to make it big and Babyshambles are trying to make it small."

    You gotta make it big. Don't f--kin' make it medium."

    In that sense, even Coldplay are OK by Gallagher: "The only rivalry Oasis have with Coldplay is in Liam's head, right? Chris (Martin) is actually a good mate of mine."

    Melbourne's favourite rock exports du jour are likewise men after Uncle Noel's heart.

    "We did five weeks in the (United) States with Jet," he says, "and I gotta tell you, I love them boys. The bass player threatened to drink every member of Oasis under the table on more than one occasion and would then promptly pass out."

    But their new f--kin' record, man, I'm telling you, I am pretty f--kin' amazed by. One tune sounds like the Beach Boys. Not that I like the Beach Boys. I f--kin' hate the Beach Boys - I think Brian Wilson is a cabbage. But we had a great time with them and they are top, top geezers."

    Speaking of Blur, the Gallaghers were in the same room as Gorillaz' Damon Albarn at the Q Awards in London last month.

    Any 10th-anniversary olive branches exchanged?

    "Damon?" Gallagher sighs.

    "Bless him. My missus is a Gorillaz fan so she was passing his table and said to him 'Oh, I really like your album'. After, he told someone that we'd sent her over as an emissary to test the waters."

    "Now, I like Damon's music. He's made some f--king great tunes. But he's a f--kin' knobhead, man."

    source: theage.com.au



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      Oasis enjoy Sidney and Strokes show

    IT was a case of Britpop meets New York rock when Oasis jetted into Sydney in time to catch up with pals The Strokes on Wednesday.

    Once revered as the bad boys of the UK rock'n'roll scene, the Oasis lads made their presence known within hours of hitting town.

    The Gallagher brothers – Noel and Liam – and bandmates Andy Bell, Gem and Zak Starkey ignored jetlag and the option of a quiet night in to catch up with their Manhattan counterparts.

    Liam watched The Strokes jam-packed performance of their new album, First Impressions Of Earth, from the wings of the Gaelic Club on Wednesday, while Noel and the others watched from a tiny roped-off VIP area upstairs.

    After the show both bands, minders and various music industry hangers-on, including celebrity groupie Tom Williams, headed to their city hotel and partied in the bar until the early hours.

    Both the Gallagher boys were in fine form, keeping the party-goers giggling, particularly when older brother Noel was directing his sharp wit at his younger sibling.

    The pair went their separate ways yesterday with Noel preferring to check out the shops while Liam whiled away the afternoon with a cruise on Sydney harbour, stopping for a frosty ale at Doyle's in Watson's Bay.

    Denim fan Noel stocked up on a couple of pairs of duds from the exclusive Nudie Jeans in Paddington, uncharacteristically shunning limos and drivers for a couple of cabs.

    The brothers and their band will head to BrisVegas tomorrow, before returning to Sydney to rock out at the Hordern Pavilion on Monday and Tuesday nights.

    source: Dailytelgraph.co.au



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    Tuesday, November 22, 2005


      Tony McCarroll sues again

    Former OASIS drummer TONY McCARROLL, who was sacked from the British supergroup in 1995, is suing the lawyers who failed to win him compensation - for the second time.

    The rocker wants to exact revenge on the legal team who failed to win his bid for $32.4 million (GBP18 million) damages from the band when they axed him.

    McCarroll, who worked on hit Oasis album DEFINITELY MAYBE, claims he had a five-album contract and had been "unlawfully expelled from the partnership".

    The drummer was forced to settle for just $990,000 (GBP550,000) compensation. He immediately sacked and sued his lawyers, but a judge dismissed the case.

    McCarroll's legal spokesperson refused to comment on the progress of his second court attempt.

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Wednesday, November 16, 2005


      Oasis still bigger than the rest ?

    Oasis have never been strangers to controversy, and Noel Gallagher has been back in the news with some strong comments about the current crop of British bands. In an interview with Australia's Triple J radio station, the band's leader was asked about groups such as Franz Ferdinand, the Kaiser Chiefs and Bloc Party.

    "Let's call it what it is--it's indie s---, is what it is," he said. "None of them are trying to make it big. They're all trying to make it small or medium--that's it."

    Not trying to make it big is an accusation that could never be aimed at the Gallagher brothers. The very first track on their debut album declared: "I'm a rock 'n' roll star."

    Eleven years on, there's no doubting their star status.

    This week, Japanese audiences will get a second chance to see the band this year when they visit Osaka and Tokyo as part of their 2005 World Tour.

    And they'll be keen to show just how big they still are. In the Australian radio interview, 38-year-old Noel was not completely dismissive of the new wave of British music, saying he kind of liked Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs--although he described Bloc Party as "just appalling"--but he lambasted all of them for a lack of ambition to become the best or biggest band in the world.

    Whether or not Oasis can currently claim the mantle of Biggest Band in the World is open to debate, but they're definitely in the top 10, much like the Gallaghers' favorite soccer team, Manchester City, which is currently lying in a very respectable seventh in the English premier league.

    The Manchester City link is not entirely spurious because it was a gig in the summer at Manchester City's home ground, the City of Manchester Stadium, that prompted New Musical Express to say Oasis were "a band ready to join the likes of U2 as rock 'n' roll's living custodians, but more importantly, a band with a creative future."

    The current tour is one of most extensive Oasis have ever made, and Japanese fans have already had a chance this year to see why tickets for the European and North American concerts were so difficult to find when the group played in Japan at Summer Sonic in August.

    The three summer gigs, in Tokyo, Osaka and Nagoya, relied on material from this year's Don't Believe the Truth album, a release that Noel believes is the band's best work since (What's the Story) Morning Glory--though he also said that about Heathen Chemistry three years ago.

    This time, though, his opinion was backed up by critical acclaim when it was recently voted Album of the Year by readers of Britain's Q magazine.

    At the summer dates, the band also offered up all the usual crowd-pleasers such as "Wonderwall" and, always a favorite in Japan, "Don't Look Back in Anger." In the past, Oasis have covered the Beatles' "I am the Walrus" and a sprawling version can be found on The Masterplan compilation album.

    Recently, though, the band have been finishing with the Who's "My Generation," one song that new drummer Zak Starkey, son of Ringo Starr, should be very familiar with after touring with Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey.

    This tour offers a chance to see Oasis on their own at slightly smaller venues at a time when they're back on a creative high, rather than the chemical highs that have reportedly marred previous gigs--though they're probably a long way from taking any vows of abstinence.

    And if reports of their last trip are to believed, don't be surprised if you bump into Liam as you're enjoying a Friday night beer in Tokyo's Roppongi or Osaka's Shinsaibashi.

    Oasis will play Nov. 17, 7 p.m. at Osakajo Hall in Osaka, (06) 6535-5569; Nov. 20, 6 p.m. and Nov. 21, 7 p.m. at Yoyogi National Stadium in Harajuku, Tokyo, (03) 3444-6751.

    source: Daiy Yomiuri Online



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    Tuesday, November 15, 2005


      Toshiba phone with Oasis media launches

    Toshiba have launched their new 3G music phone which will be available for a limited time only with a special mini SD card full of Oasis video and audio tracks including the video to the new single 'Let There Be Love' and five exclusive live audio and video tracks taken from the Manchester City Stadium tour earlier this year. The phone is only available in Europe on the Vodafone network and is a 3G phone and includes a music player with 2.2 megapixcel camera and Bluetooth. For more information check out www.toshiba-europe.com/mobile.

    We have a chance for one lucky winner to win one of these Oasis loaded phones go to the fans page to enter the competition.

    source : oasisinet.com



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    Saturday, November 12, 2005


      Oasis confirm South America dates

    As announced in our Newsroom a week ago Oasis will tour South America for the first time in 4 years. The dates were confirmed today !

    March 9th: Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo, Santiago, Chile
    March 11th and 12th: Estadio Obras, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    March 18th: Estadio Pacaembu, Sao Paulo, Brazil
    March 19th: Plaza de Apoteose, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    March 25th: Estadio Foro Sol, Cuidad de Mexico, Mexico


    source: www.latercera.cl



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    Wednesday, November 09, 2005


      Oasis return to Switzerland in February 06

    Oasis have just announced that they will be playing the
    Eulachhalle in Winterthur (near Zurich), Switzerland on Thursday, 2 February 2006 with the Stereophonics.

    Tickets will be on sale from 8am (CET) this Friday, 11th November, and are all priced at CHF 65. To buy tickets, go to www.ticketcorner.com or phone 0900 800 800 (from Switzerland), or +41 900 800 800 (from abroad).

    source: oasisinet



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      Yoko has kind words for Liam

    Yoko Ono will set the record straight over recent rumours of a public spat with Paul McCartney in a special documentary charting the intimate story of her life with John Lennon tonight (November 9).

    Ono breaks her silence over the rumoured rift to presenter Jayne Middlemiss on the Orange Playlist show........

    ........Even Liam Gallagher gets a mention on the show.

    She added: "I love that people do covers of John's tracks. I'm very grateful to the artists for carrying on John's music and his message. I think it's very sweet that Liam Gallagher was so influenced by John and wants to carry his memory on his own music. I know people have commented that they look alike but I wouldn't say that Liam looks like John, but it's still very sweet that he wants to carry on John's spirit."

    For the full interview tune into ITV1 at 11.50pm or catch a repeat of the show on ITV2 at 5.30pm on November 12.

    source : NME.com



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    Tuesday, November 08, 2005


      Noiseandcounfusion.co.uk launched

    Oasis are headlining the Noise & Confusion 05 Festival at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on 10 December. A website dedicated to the festival has just been launched: visit www.noiseandconfusion.co.uk for travel and other useful information, news and the up-to-date line-up, which so far includes the Foo Fighters, the Coral and Razorlight, with other acts to be announced soon.

    The site also features a competition, giving one lucky winner the chance to walk away with a brand new Toshiba 803 music phone with exclusive Oasis content.

    source: Oasisinet.com



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    Saturday, November 05, 2005


      Sony announce South America Tour for Oasis in 06

    Yesterday, November the 4th Sony/BMG Brazil confirmed Oasis' South American tour on their website. After a long wait of 4 years the Latin fans will finally be awarded with planned concerts in Argentina, Brazil , Chile and Mexico in March 2006. (Dates and venues tba)

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    Friday, November 04, 2005


      Liam blasts fellow UK bands in US magazine Filter

    [webmaster] Following is old news to our regular readers but here goes dotmusic.com's post from today.....

    Liam Gallagher has unleashed a scathing attack on almost the entire current UK rock'n'roll scene, dismissing Bloc Party, Kaiser Cheifs and Franz Ferdinand.

    The unusually outspoken Oasis frontman claims the crop of guitar bands dominating the music press in 2005 have nothing on the Britpop idols of ten years ago.

    Liam reserves his most devastating words for Bloc Party in a new interview with a US magazine, referring to them as "little c*nts", while comparing Franz to Right Said Fred.

    Speaking to Filter magazine, who acknowledge that the Gallagher brothers are currently more popular in the US than they've ever been, Liam is in foul-mouthed, uncompromising form.

    On the subject of Bloc Party, he rants: "These are the little c*nts that when I open a paper, these are the ones who are slagging me off!

    "The week before I get my crack at them, I open the paper and they've got Bloc Party slagging me off! And that's fine. You slag my band off, but then you better be ready for me to f*cking come after you.

    "But, that's as far as it goes. It's just f*cking hatred for each other's music. But that's life."

    Talking about Franz Ferdinand, meanwhile, Liam continues: "I don't hate them. I just don't like the music and I think he sounds like the guy out of Right Said Fred.

    "And that's it. If that's what you call a slagging off, then f*ck me. You don't want to know what I really f*cking think of them."

    On the subject of the current scene in the UK, Liam continues: "It's hard for me to champion England when I don't like the bands I'm championing.

    "It's hard for me to go, 'Ah, Bloc Party, it's f*cking great!" They're f*cking rubbish. The only band that I like is Kasabian.

    "You've got Kings Of Leon, you've got the Strokes - I'd much prefer listening to them than f*cking Bloc Party and the f*cking Kaiser Chiefs. At least they look cool."

    Oasis release a new single, "Let There Be Love", on November 28

    source: dotmusic.com



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      Oasis add shows in Austria and France for 06 tour

    Oasis are returning to Austria after the sell out Frequency Festival in August and will play Gasometer, Vienna on Wednesday 1st February 2006. Tickets for the show go on sale this Saturday 5th November at 9am (UK time) and will be available from;

    box office: +43 1 405 36 32 48
    www.musikticket.at
    www.novamusic.at

    Oasis have also announced today that they will return to France January next year as part of their European tour in 2006 and will play the following shows with the Stereophonics;

    Sunday 29-Jan-06 France Lille Zenith
    Monday 30-Jan-06 France Grenoble Summum
    Saturday 4-Feb-06 France Toulouse Zenith


    Tickets for the shows go on sale 8am (UK time) on Saturday 12th November and will be avaiable from;

    www.fnac.comand on + 33 (0) 1 41 57 32 28 (from abroad) and 0892 68 36 22 (from France) 0,34€/min

    www.ticketnet.fr + 33 (0) 1 46 91 57 57 (from abroad) and 0892 390 100 (from France) 0,34€/min

    source: oasisinet.com



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    Thursday, November 03, 2005


      Win tix to see Oasis in Tokyo

    LONDON - Virgin Radio is giving Oasis fans the chance see the band live in Tokyo as part of a promotional campaign for the launch of the new Toshiba 803, its first 3G phone and music player.

    The promotion will run from November 7-11 during the 'Martin Collins Drivetime Show' for a week, with pre-promotion trails running this week.

    Listeners will be given the chance to call in to the show to win tickets, flights and accomodation to Oasis concerts in Dublin whenever they hear two of the band's tracks played back-to-back.

    On the last day of the promotion, Collins will have all five winners' mobile phone numbers in front of him and choose one person at random who will get the chance to see Oasis live in Tokyo, all expenses paid.

    The campaign ties in with the six-figure deal that the rock stars have signed with Toshiba to support the launch of the new handset.

    As part of the endorsement, Toshiba is sponsoring the Gallagher brothers' European pre-Christmas tour dates and providing exclusive Oasis audio and video material, which will be available free with the phone.

    source: brandrepublic.com
    thanx @ L4E member mancityblues



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    Wednesday, November 02, 2005


      Oasis return to Italy in Feb 06

    OASIS RETURNING TO ITALY IN 2006

    Oasis are returning to Italy after their sell out dates in November and this time with The Stereophonics! Oasis will play the Florence Mandela Forum on Monday 6th February and the Rome, Palalottomatica on Tuesday 7th February. Tickets for both of these shows go on sale 9am this Friday 4th November and available from;

    Available from:
    www.ticketone.it
    infoline +39 02 53 006501

    source: oasisinet

    Euro 06 dates announced so far:

    Oslo, Spektrum – January 25
    Stockholm, Hovet – 26
    Florence, Mandela Forum – February 6
    Rome, Palalottomatica - 7



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