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    Wednesday, May 31, 2006


      Andy Bell interview a hoax ?

    L4E and several other Oasis sites reported that Andy Bell gave an interview to a magazine stating that he had solo album plans. We cautioned readers however since there was only one source for this news.

    Following statement was sent out via email list by Ride fan site Ticket2Ride.it:

    This is being sent on behalf of postmaster@ticket2ride.it
    as part of the mailing list that you joined.

    List: Ridenewsletter
    http://www.ticket2ride.it

    I just spoke with Andy as I figured he might want something semi-official posted out to the Ride mailing list. Sadly the whole "interview" is a work of fiction. He'd only heard about it because somebody had mentioned it to the Soundtrack guys and they were a little surprised, to say the least.
    It's a bit of a strange one as enough of the story is believable to give it real credibility but I still can't see what anyone would gain from spinning such a yarn. However I can report that Andy is really enjoy putting his feet up and relaxing at the moment!

    dave

    thanx@Sean



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    Monday, May 29, 2006


      Hail to the Chief

    Noel Gallagher is often criticized for the praise he gives to his own songs. Though many consider this to be intense arrogance, he himself maintains that it is merely self-confidence and points out "If you'd written "Live Forever", you'd be walking to a different tune the next day too".

    His outspoken opinions on other bands and modern culture have, more recently, earned him something of an "elder statesman" reputation, leading NME to dub him "The wisest man in rock"

    Noel turns 39 today. Here's to many more years of great Rock N Roll !



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    Wednesday, May 24, 2006


      When Noel met Pele

    OMM"s Luke Bainbridge interviewed Noel Gallagher recently for the magazine's World Cup special, following rumours that 'our kid' had met Pele.

    Turned out it wasn't so much a meeting as a hallway 'bumping into'. However, the chance encounter sparked some fond memories for the Oasis singer/songwriter.

    Listen to him reminiscing about his football heroes, partying with Maradona, 'the John Lennon of football', and making some wild claims about his own football prowess.

    Listen to Interview



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      Oasis make XFM Hall of Fame shortlist


    Xfm's Hall Of Fame - The Shortlist

    This summer sees the official opening of the Xfm Hall Of Fame, where each year we'll be honouring one of the world's greatest bands or musicians. Now we've taken all your nominations and coem up with a shortlist of five bands. Vote for who you think should be the first nominee and you could win tickets to the festival of your choice!

    For the the past few weeks, we've been taking your nominations for the inaugural Xfm Hall Of Fame to help us decide which band or solo artist should be honoured.

    We had thousands of entries, from bands ranging from Faithless to Franz Ferdinand, from The Beatles to Blur and from Linkin Park to The Levellers (seriously), but now we've got it down to a shortlist of five bands. These are....

    The Clash - Punk legends and inspiration for generations of bands.
    Muse - The scale, the ambition, the live shows, the guitar solos!
    Nirvana - The genius group who dragged alternative rock into the mainstream.
    Oasis - Liam and Noel, heroes of Britpop and beyond.
    Radiohead - The most musically innovative group of the decade.

    A panel of musicians, DJs and music industry types will debate and discussing the shortlist during a special roundtable show on Xfm on Saturday May 27, but we'll be collecting your votes, ready to announce the name of the first band to enter the Xfm Hall Of Fame on Tuesday May 30 followed by a very special presentation at Xfm's First Friday club night on June 2 at the Islington Academy.

    Cast your vote



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    Tuesday, May 23, 2006


      Andy Bell's solo album plans

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    Following Oasis’ 10-month world tour, bassist Andy Bell has began work on his first solo album. The Welsh-born, ex-Ride and Hurricane #1 guitarist is recording the album in Sweden, where he has lived for the past 8 years with his wife, Idha.

    He has enlisted the help of Kalle Gustafsson Jerneholm from the Swedish rock group, The Soundtrack of Our Lives to produce the record. We sat down with Bell in Gothenburg, Sweden to talk about the new album.


    SV: Andy, at what point did you decide that it was time for a solo album?

    AB:
    Well, we (Oasis) just finished a 10-month world tour at the end of March, and Noel (Gallagher) made it quite clear that he had no further plans for the band in 2006. I also had quite a few songs left over from our last album.

    I’ve always wanted to record a solo album ever since Ride disbanded, and for the first time, I’ve had the time – and the songs – to finally start it.

    SV: Speaking of Oasis, you wrote two songs for “Don’t Believe The Truth”. Do you feel more comfortable presenting material to the rest of the band now than you did when you first joined?

    AB:
    To be honest, I’ve always felt quite comfortable bringing my songs to Noel and the rest of the group. I’ve just been writing more in the last couple of years than I did when I first joined. I only wrote two songs for the ‘Heathen Chemistry’ sessions (Thank You For The Good Times, and A Quick Peep).

    This time around, I had about 7 or 8 songs, and two went on the record. (Turn Up The Sun, and Keep The Dream Alive).

    SV: Tell us about what kind of material we can expect from the solo record. Do the tunes have an Oasis vibe to them?

    AB:
    Well, I would say that they are more similar to the songs I was writing for Ride and Hurricane than the songs I’ve written for Oasis in the last few years.

    I think that there is a good mix of songs on the album. There are some heavier songs, some softer tunes, and a couple of psychedelic offerings. I’m very excited.

    SV: How did you and Kalle begin working with each other?

    AB:
    We toured with TSOOL back in 2002, and they also opened a couple of gigs for us this past summer. I’m a big fan of TSOOL. Kalle has done quite a lot of production and mixing for TSOOL along with some other bands. He’s a genius at layering sounds in the studio, and his style is working very well right now with this record.

    We talked after a show we played with TSOOL last summer in Milton Keynes (England), and we decided that we would get together once Oasis was finished touring.

    TSOOL is doing some touring of its own this year, but with us both living in Sweden, it’s been quite easy to schedule recording sessions at Kalle’s studio (Grammofonstudion in Gothenburg).

    SV: Are there any other musicians who are going to appear on your record?

    AB:
    Actually, Gem (guitarist in Oasis) was on holiday in Iceland last month, and stopped by in Sweden for a few days to play on some tracks. I also had Pete Salisbury (former drummer for The Verve) come in to play drums on a few songs.

    Also, Martin Hederos, Matthias Barjed, and Ebbot Lundberg from TSOOL are all planning on coming in for a couple sessions.

    SV: Any chance of Noel and Liam performing on the album?

    AB:
    There is a song I’ve written called ‘In The Middle’ which I think would suit Liam’s voice very well. I don’t think Noel even wants to look at a guitar for the next 6 months, let alone come to Sweden to play one.
    (Laughing).

    SV: When do you expect to release the album?

    AB:
    We will start mixing at the end of the summer, and hopefully have the record out by the end of November

    source : SV Music Magazin , Cardiff Wales

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    Recent paparazzi snaps of Liam and son Lennon....



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    Wednesday, May 17, 2006


      Noel outdrunk by Monkeys ?

    'Manchester v Sheffield ends in crushing defeat for the Mancs.'

    Rock’s newest kids on the block have been showing old-timer Noel Gallagher how it’s done.

    The cheeky indie scamps from Sheffield, who had their biggest hit to date with I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor, apparently drank the Oasis rocker under the table at a recent aftershow party.

    Showing your age, are you Noel.

    The young ’uns were playing a sold-out gig at London’s Brixton Academy when they asked Noel and his lady to join them at the after-show bash.

    According to Noel, one of the lads brought over a tray of tequilas and the enormo-eyebrowed rocker says he can’t remember much after that.

    We bet he didn’t look too good on the dancefloor after a skinful of Mexican mother’s ruin.

    Noel told reporters he had to get girlfriend Sarah McDonald to rescue him after giving her a signal to come over to their table and drag him home.

    Noel and his rowdy brother, Oasis frontman Liam, were once well-known for world class hell-raising, but it seems at least one of them is slowing down in his old age.

    According to Noel, though, Liam’s still going strong and he has a new favourite drink. Tequila mixed with milk.

    The big knuckle-head apparently thinks the milk will line his stomach so he can drink more.

    Make Liam’s an Alka Seltzer Supernova with an umbrella.



    source: Megastar.co.uk



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    Monday, May 15, 2006


      Oasis shelve EP plans

    [As previously reported on Live4ever.us 'The boy with the blues' will not be released as an EP.]

    Noel says new material ain't good enough

    Oasis have decided to pull the release of their forthcoming EP in the summer.

    Speaking to Russell Brand on 6 Music, Noel Gallagher revealed that the band have shelved songs slated to appear on the mini-album because they weren't up to scratch.

    He also said that Oasis are taking a break for the rest of 2006 after recently completing their world tour.

    Noel added: "We had a couple of tracks left over from the last record and in our own heads we thought they were good enough to be released as an EP.

    "We went back and listened to the tapes and we reckon we can get it better, so we're having the year off instead."

    As previously reported on NME.COM the lead track on the EP was expected to be the Liam-penned 'The Boy With The Blues'.

    But it's now unlikely to appear on any future Oasis release until at least 2008, when the band are due to make their return.

    source: NME.com



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      Oasis to take one year break

    Oasis have revealed that they are set to take a hiatus now all other commitments are finished.

    The band have recently wrapped up their world tour and are planning on putting their feet up until 2007, when Noel plans to pen some new tracks.

    Speaking to Russell Brand on 6music, Noel Gallagher admitted Oasis have shelved a set of songs originally touted for release on an EP.

    He said: "We had a couple of tracks left over from the last record and in our own heads we thought they were good enough to be released as an EP.

    "We went back and listened to the tapes and we reckon we can get it better, so we're having the year off instead."

    source: entertainmentwise.co.uk



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    Saturday, May 13, 2006


      Liam's work habits

    Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher has slammed his brother and fellow bandmember Liam for not pulling his weight on tour.

    The band was touring Australia, where Noel claims Liam spent all his time enjoying himself while the other band members did all the hard work.

    Noel says: "Everyone'll be able to see it on the film soon enough. We ended up doing all these press conferences and Liam's not bloody there.

    "You can see him on a speedboat, swanning around Sydney and eating oysters while we're working like mugs."

    source: Irish examiner



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    Wednesday, May 10, 2006


      Gallagher makes top 5 in Rock Hero Poll

    Kurt Cobain has been voted as the greatest rock 'n' roll hero of all time by readers of NME.

    In this week's special edition of NME - out nationwide today (May 10) - the late Nirvana guitarist has been shown to still be inspiring music lovers across the world, over ten years after his tragic suicide.

    "The first time I met Kurt he was watching 'The Wizard Of Oz' on TV at a B&B in Shepherd's Bush just before 'Sliver' was released - he looked like a grunge Christopher Robin," former NME writer Steve Lamacq remembers. "There was something very innocent about Kurt, he had an almost childlike detachment. The way he used to withdraw inside himself made him a terrific observer of people."

    Also featuring in NME's Heroes Poll are stars including Liam Gallagher, Morrissey, Pete Doherty, David Bowie, Ian Brown, Joe Strummer, John Lennon, Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl and Arctic Monkeys' Alex Turner.



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    Monday, May 08, 2006


      Noel's rock 'n rule book

    NOEL GALLAGHER has delivered a hilarious masterclass in how to be a rock star.

    The OASIS elder statesman is back in the UK after touring with latest album Don’t Believe The Truth.

    And a new interview, where he takes a pop at brother LIAM, fellow stars and even the Welsh, goes to prove Noel is the godfather of British rock.

    It is such a refreshing change from “stars” afraid to say anything even mildly controversial after having “media training”.

    Noel kicked things off by flexing his muscles over JAMES BLUNT.

    The guitarist joked: “Did you see the rich list? I wasn’t in it for third year running. James Blunt has supposedly got nine million quid.

    “Right. He’s only been going a year! I’ve been going 12.

    “I’ve spent a lot on sweets but I should have more than nine million quid in the bank.”

    Noel’s biggest fear is that he might go bald. He said: “It’s a fear of any Mancunian. Our city was built on barnets.

    “You can’t really say anybody’s come out of Manchester with a **** haircut.

    MORRISSEY’s was pretty good. But it’s not really a Mancunian cut because it rains a lot up there and it would get a bit flat.”

    His biggest hatred — which I share — is for musicians who complain (unless it’s about other people who complain of course).

    Noel said: “I hate people moaning about being famous. It sends out the wrong messages to kids.

    “Whingeing rock stars are the worst. Being a rock star is the greatest gig ever. It beats being a footballer because you get to do it for longer.”

    And Noel is no fan of the Welsh — who get both barrels.

    He said: “The ones you meet in London are all right but the real ones are a nightmare.

    “For starters you can’t understand a word they say.

    “When they’re asking if you’ve got a cigarette they could be calling your mum a ... you know ... a *****hawk or something like that you.”

    Noel’s funniest lines, as ever, are reserved for Liam.

    The older sibling said: “For a guy who is probably one of the funniest people you will ever meet, he actually has no sense of humour. He’s never told a funny joke in his life.

    “When you take the **** he has this weird look on his face, like a dog having a ... ” You get the picture.

    Noel’s interview, with MTV’s Russell Brand, can be seen on the station on Sunday at 8pm.

    He is joined on the sofa by a midget to test a strange theory. He said: “A friend reckons if you stroke the nape of a midget’s neck it brings good luck.”

    It’s hard to see how he could have more good fortune than he’s had already.

    source: SUN



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    Saturday, May 06, 2006


      Damon wages Gorillaz warfare on Liam

    IF monkey boy Liam Gallagher ever finds himself at a loose end, he could always chum up with arch rival Damon Albarn in his cartoon band Gorillaz.

    Despite their 10-year-old feud, Damon says (with tongue wedged firmly in cheek): "I'd love him to be on the next Gorillaz record, but let's wait and see how his band does in the next 12 months. I'm sure he'll be all right on his own - he doesn't really need me.

    "Gorillaz isn't really a band any more. We're making a feature film, so the next bit of Gorillaz music will be a film score. That's the whole point - get people together in surprising circumstances."

    Blur working with Oasis? That would be a surprise.

    source: Mirror.co.uk



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    Friday, May 05, 2006


      Noel Gallagher puts boot into Blunt

    And Welsh people get a kicking too

    Noel Gallagher has put the boot into James Blunt over how much money the songwriter has earned.

    The Oasis guitarist has also given Welsh people a verbal kicking along with, as ever, his brother Liam.

    "Did you see the rich list? I wasn't in it for third year running," Gallagher said. "James Blunt has supposedly got nine million quid. Right. He's only been going a year! I've been going 12."

    He joked: "I've spent a lot on sweets but I should have more than nine million quid in the bank."

    Speaking about Welsh people, the guitarist continued: "The ones you meet in London are all right but the real ones are a nightmare. For starters you can't understand a word they say."

    In an interview with Russell Brand, to be televised on MTV this Sunday (April 7) at 8pm, Noel also takes a swipe at Liam, saying: "For a guy who is probably one of the funniest people you will ever meet, he actually has no sense of humour. He's never told a funny joke in his life."

    He added: "When you take the piss he has this weird look on his face, like a dog having a...you get the picture."

    source: NME.com



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      Noel's grumpy rant

    New material? We only ask, because he of the bushy eyebrows, Noel Gallagher, can’t seem to keep his trap shut lately.
    After previously reporting that Noel was severely naffed off with Liam during their tour last summer, now Noel is ranting on about the Welsh.

    "The ones you meet in London are all right but the real ones are a nightmare. For starters you can't understand a word they say,” he told MTV.

    "When they're asking if you've got a cigarette they could be calling your mum a ... you know ... a *****hawk or something like that."
    Er, right.

    Rooney may not be going, but we'll be there!

    But the grumpy old man lecture didn’t stop there. Noel also admitted that his greatest fear is going bald.

    "It's a fear of any Mancunian. Our city was built on barnets."

    But back to his dear old bro, Liam: "For a guy who is probably one of the funniest people you will ever meet, he actually has no sense of humour. He's never told a funny joke in his life.

    "When you take the p*** he has this weird look on his face, like a dog having a s***."

    Now there’s a pretty image.

    source: megastar



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    Thursday, May 04, 2006


      Noel: ' Arctic Monkeys won't f#ck it up '

    Noel Gallagher has heaped praise on fellow northerners Arctic Monkeys, giving them the ultimate accolade of comparing them to Oasis.

    The Oasis lynchpin was inspired after seeing the Monkeys at their final tour date at London’s Brixton Academy. But while he was full of kind words for the Sheffield lads, he said that The Libertines had it, then lost it.

    Speaking about Arctic Monkeys, 38-year-old Noel said: “They’re an amazing band and they’re northerners, like us. “I look at these and I know they’re not going to piss it away, because they’re solid, they love each other those four. “And us northerners don’t fuck it up. I stood out in the front in Brixton with all the sweaty people and there’s only two bands I’ve done that for.

    “I saw The Libertines at The Forum and they had something for a while, but the f**ked up. “But watching that, they’re the only two things that I’ve seen since Oasis that had what we had and The Libertines lost it.”

    He continued to the Daily Star: “They (Arctic Monkeys) have proved to me that youth culture is alive. “If that’s the music that the kids are making then I’m happy for the kids. And I’m happier because I didn’t feel old at their gig.”

    source: Entertainment Wise UK



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    Wednesday, May 03, 2006


      How Noel keeps Liam in check

    Noel keeps Liam in check diplomatically

    Noel Gallagher has revealed how he now ensures brother Liam's singing is up to scratch.

    The siblings have had famous rows in the past, and Noel has realised that criticising his brother directly is not the best way to go about it. If Liam's vocal take is not up to standard, he has found a much more diplomatic method of letting him know.

    "If I’m not happy with a vocal of his, I can’t tell him directly because he’ll think I’m trying to embarrass him in front of the others," he explained.

    "And if he thinks that, he’ll scream and shout and demolish things, then storm out. So I have to get the producer to have a quiet word while I nip to the bog. Insane isn’t it?"

    source: Digital Spy



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    Tuesday, May 02, 2006


      Liam: 'Arctic Monkeys make me feel akward'

    Although 38-year-old Gallagher thinks they’re a decent band, he’s put off by how young the teenagers are.

    Speaking about Alex Turner, he told Q Magazine: “I like him, I do, and he is definitely a bit of a genius lyricist, but he is still a kid.

    “He was eight when ‘Definitely Maybe’ came out. What the fuck am I, a 38-year-old supposed to say to that? They make me feel awkward.”

    In the candid interview, Liam also lamented about how Oasis aren’t quite the force they used to be, adding “What bothers me right now is that we are not the biggest band in the world any more.

    U2, The Stones even Coldplay are bigger than us.”

    source: Entertainmentwise UK



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