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    Wednesday, August 30, 2006


      Gallagher Brothers to Launch Hotel Chain?

    Oasis rockers Liam and Noel Gallagher are to launch a hotel chain in America.

    The rock 'n' roll siblings are reportedly planning to use titles of their smash hits as room themes in hotels located across the US, including Miami, New York and West Hollywood.

    A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "The plan is to open as many hotels as possible by the end of 2007 and name each venue Supernova Heights, after Noel's former home in north London. They want to base rooms at one of the Miami venues around 'The Hindu Times' song."

    Liam and Noel are also said to have got some of America's most influential financial investors interested in the project.

    The source added: "They will both fly to New York and meet a business developer who has worked for a string of leading property moguls, including Donald Trump."

    Despite the hype surrounding the plans, it appears some of Liam and Noel's more wild ideas have not gone down well with developers.

    The source explained: "Their plan to install alcohol and cigarettes in every room of their New York hotel, in honour of their track 'Cigarettes and Alcohol' has gone down like a lead balloon because so many people are anti-smoking."

    Other tracks being considered as room themes by Liam and Noel include 'Wonderwall', 'Songbird' and 'All Around The World'.

    source: BANG Media International.



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    Monday, August 28, 2006


      Gallaghers Snub Doherty - Kasabian Seek Collaboration

    OASIS siblings LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER have rebuffed attempts made by BABYSHAMBLES frontman PETE DOHERTY for them to collaborate with him. Troubled Doherty has reportedly been sending admiring notes to the Gallagher brothers from the London clinic where he is being treated for drug addiction. However, a source tells British newspaper the Daily Star, "They thought it was a joke at first but they don't want anything to do with him."

    KASABIAN guitarist SERGE PIZZORNO is planning a collaboration with his pal NOEL GALLAGHER, although he fears the OASIS rocker might not be quite as keen. Pizzorno is convinced Kasabian's new release EMPIRE is the best rock album since Oasis' 1994 debut album DEFINITELY MAYBE, and it's only right for the two great bands to come together in the studio. Pizzorno says, "It is as good as we wanted it to be. Noel gets it but would he agree our album's out there with Definitely Maybe? "Maybe one day we can do something with Noel. I'd like to get us all in a studio - it would be a laugh - and an honour."

    source : contactmusic.com



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    Saturday, August 26, 2006


      The Two Greatest Songs Ever?

    It is sung with lager-fuelled gusto by thousands of fans at every Oasis gig. Now "Live Forever" looks set to live up to its title after being named the greatest song of all time.

    The 12-year-old single, the first to demonstrate that the Gallagher brothers could do tenderness as well as bravado and swagger, has beaten classic tracks by the Beatles, U2 and Queen in a magazine poll of music fans to identify the all-time greats.

    Oasis pulled off a double feat by taking second place with their song "Wonderwall" in the top 100 compiled by Q magazine from tens of thousands of votes, although the Fab Four landed the most number of entries with six.

    "Live Forever" peaked only at no 10 in the charts when it was released but has gone on to become one of the band's most enduring songs. When the magazine last held its poll three years ago the track finished in ninth position and the list was topped by U2's "One", a song reduced to fifth place this time around.

    The magazine, which publishes the poll in its October edition on Tuesday, said of the track: "'Live Forever' doesn't date, satisfying a timeless need for communal joy that only the rock anthem at its best can truly deliver."

    Noel Gallagher, who wrote the winning song, said: "People said to me after 'Live Forever', where are you gonna go after that. And I was like 'I don't think it's that good'. I think it's a good song, but I think I can do better."

    The Q Top 10: Live Forever - Oasis; Wonderwall - Oasis; Smells like Teen Spirit - Nirvana; A Day in the Life - the Beatles; One - U2; Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen; Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division; Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin; Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve; Paranoid Android - Radiohead

    source: news.independent.co.uk



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    Tuesday, August 22, 2006


      Stop the Clocks Competition

    Oasis will release their ‘Best Of’ collection, “Stop The Clocks” on November 20th, 2006. To celebrate the release the album will be accompanied by the first ever on the road film of Oasis, “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” which will be screened in selected cities across the world in November.

    You and a friend could be among the first to see it and, even better, you can choose where in the world you go, and get there for free. If that’s not enough you also get five days accommodation thrown in for good measure. From Tokyo to New York and Sydney to London, once the venues are confirmed one lucky winner will be able to choose their dream destination.

    “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down”, directed by renowned promo director Baillie Walsh, is compiled from a year’s filming with the band on their mammoth “Don’t Believe The Truth” world tour 2005/6 and follows one of the world’s greatest rock n roll band behind the scenes and in front of the fans across the globe. With unique access to the band throughout the tour, “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” is the ultimate Oasis documentary and a must see for fans.

    To win this superb opportunity, it seems appropriate that you have to prove yourself the ultimate Oasis fan. Whilst we all know that “Stop The Clocks” will be with us in November, the tracklisting is, at the moment, a closely guarded secret, having been chosen by the band from their incredible collection of songs. What we want you to do is tell us what you think the 18 tracks are and the running order in which they appear on the album. We’ve already revealed that “Acquiesce”, “Half The World Away”, “Supersonic”, “Wonderwall” and “The Importance of Being Idle” are on there, which leaves 13 tracks to add and the running order to decipher.

    To enter go to www.oasisnet.com/stoptheclocks.



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    Friday, August 18, 2006


      Newsroom Schedule

    I will be travelling next week so please visit our News Board on the L4E Forum for any breaking stories. Regular Newsroom updates will resume on August 27th.

    Cheers
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      Liam Ready to Move Again ?

    ROCK STAR Liam Gallagher's long association with Hampstead looks to be sliding away.

    The wild man of rock has lived in the area for a number of years but was recently spotted viewing a house in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

    It appears Gallagher has had enough of life in NW3 after a series of runs-ins with his neighbours.

    The rock'n'roll star was forced to leave his old home in Redington Road because he was fed up with fans camping outside his front door

    And he recently had a spat with a neighbour in his new Primrose Hill flat after they reported him for making too much noise.

    But the source of the complaint was not from all night partying or playing music too loudly.

    Instead the neighbour complained that the younger Gallagher brother, who lives with long-term partner Nicole Appleton and son Gene, had been making too much noise on his running machine.

    Perhaps in a bid to appease the resident, he has recently been spotted keeping in shape by hitting the treadmill at his local gym.

    The singer was unavailable for comment. But a neighbour, who was quizzed about the fact that Liam may be leaving, said: "It's not my business. I didn't complain about him. It's between the Gallaghers and the other neighbours.

    source: hamhigh.co.uk



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    Thursday, August 17, 2006


      Noel gets some Kasabian love

    KASABIAN played a storming show on Tuesday night, a perfect warm-up for their headline slot at this weekend’s V Festival.

    NOEL GALLAGHER watched from a sweaty throng of fans and even received a nod from the Leicester lads when they dedicated new track The Last Trip to the OASIS legend.

    The band arrived on stage to the theme tune from cult movie A Clockwork Orange before knocking out a brilliant 75-minute set.

    SERGE PIZZORNO, TOM MIEGHAN, CHRIS EDWARDS and IAN MATTHEWS played eight tracks from second album Empire and old favourites including Club Foot, LSF, Cutt Off and Reason Is Treason.

    I’m sponsoring the boys’ forthcoming Christmas arena tour, which kicks off on December 5 in their home town.

    To get your hands on tickets — which are selling like hot cakes — go to livenation.co.uk/kasabianthesun.

    source: The Sun



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    Tuesday, August 15, 2006


      Noel takes Geldof daughter under his wing

    Aging Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher has taken teenager Peaches Geldof under his wing while they are both attending the Ibiza Rocks festival.

    Peaches’ father, Sir Bob Geldof is said to be frantic with worry over his party loving daughter and Noel has promised to take care of her.

    According to the Daily Star, while Peaches and Noel were both in Bar M he took her to one side to have a fatherly word in her ear.

    A source said: "Noel was really sweet and fatherly towards Peaches. He told her he loved her work as a DJ and that she could be a huge star. He was quite concerned about her overdoing things though, but she reassured him that she was OK.

    "Noel also told her that whatever the situation or problem, no matter what time of day or night it was, she could go to him."

    Her dad will be pleased…

    source: entertainmentwise London



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    Thursday, August 10, 2006


      Listen Up Liam and Noel....

    This weeks NME magazine features a GIANT Oasis poster and popular artists let us know which tracks they think should be on the new greatest hits album "Stop the Clocks"

    source: nme.com



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    Wednesday, August 09, 2006


      Where were you when we were getting high?

    Ten years ago this week 250,000 Oasis fans were at Knebworth for the band's record-breaking concerts.

    In the region of three million people applied for tickets for what was the biggest rock event in this country.

    Robbie Williams has since played three nights at the stately home, but Oasis' now legendary Knebworth dates were the highpoint of Britpop and a landmark moment in musical history.


    Sports editor Alan Davies and photographer Louisa Emery were among the fans that witnessed the Gallagher brothers, Liam and Noel, rock Knebworth back in August 1996.

    Bitterly disappointed to have never seen the Manic Street Preachers as a four piece prior to trading trashy glam chique for their dads' shirts, I was rewarded with a spine-tingling set at Knebworth.

    A heartfelt performance from the Charlatans, playing for the first time since the death of keyboard player Rob Collins, had the crowd united in support.

    And Dreadzone playing to a not wholly receptive audience put their own unique spin on proceedings.


    By the time Oasis took to the stage I had snaked my way out of the crowd and the prospect of battling back in did not appeal.

    Fortunately a friendly stranger with height on his side offered me his shoulders and I was able to enjoy a bird's eye view of the band.

    This was not Oasis at their charismatic best but that did not matter. Being joined by thousands singing along to Whatever in a field in Hertfordshire was an experience never to forget.

    THERE was only one place to be on the weekend of August 10-11, 1996 and that was in the middle of a park in Knebworth.

    The sights and sounds of Oasis' historic gigs at the stately home 10 years ago will live forever in my mind.

    Being confronted by a swaggering Liam Gallagher in the VIP area, having Patsy Kensit save my skin and later chatting backstage with Keith from Prodigy were the abiding memories of the first day.

    Day two was a three-hour wait at the beer tent, similar tailbacks for the toilets, thousands of people quite literally mad for it and an obscured view of the stage from what seemed like the next county.

    I was lucky enough to witness both Oasis dates at Knebworth, on the Saturday with a press pass for the hospitality area literally yards from the group and on the Sunday amongst the massed ranks stretching back into the distance.

    Some might say that the Gallagher brothers' two-night residency at Lord Cobbold's stately pile was the pinnacle of the Britpop era. Oasis certainly haven't scaled those heights since.

    The figures speak for themselves. A quarter of a million people paying £22.50 a head to watch the biggest band in the world and a stellar supporting cast, including Manic Street Preachers, Prodigy, The Chemical Brothers, The Charlatans and The Beatles (of the Bootleg variety).

    It wasn't until the second day that the sheer enormity of 125,000 people being crammed into a Hertfordshire field like a herd of cows struck home.

    Being privileged enough to mix with the celebs on the Saturday made the following afternoon's record-breaking concert a massive culture shock.

    Take nothing away from Oasis. They were good - not the best I've seen them but most definitely not the worst either.

    But for the music-loving punter Knebworth was also a bit of a rip-off. Fans couldn't take their own drinks in, yet there was a never-ending queue for refreshments at inflated prices.

    The majority of ticket holders had to watch Oasis on video screens miles from the stage, with the band members themselves mere matchstick men on the horizon.

    It was almost impossible to get out afterwards with Stevenage train station unable to cope with the numbers trying to get home.

    But you gotta roll with it, haven't you? To hear classic anthems such as Wonderwall, Don't Look Back In Anger and Champagne Supernova at the defining musical moment of my generation was worth the money and hassle.

    IF I was still toasting teacakes in the garden centre café, I would probably be collecting my P45 about now as I admit I pulled a sickie so I could go and see Oasis at Knebworth.

    But when again were the kids of Herts going to have a seminal show like this on their doorstep?

    Within half an hour of arriving at the park I had previously only associated with a giant wooden fort, I was sandwiched between a barrier and more people than I had ever previously seen in one place.

    And there I remained for the next eight hours.

    For me it was less about Oasis and more a chance to see so many of the most significant bands of the time, together in one place.

    source: whtimes.co.uk



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    Wednesday, August 02, 2006


      Backbeat The Word is On The Street....

    Track Listing for Stop the Clocks will not be confirmed until October. The Sun last week had published it's "own version" of the new album's track list but this has been denied by Oasis' PR staff in radio interviews this week.



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      Oasis Mark Knebworth Anniversary

    Stars describe the mega-gigs as a moment in history
    The Charlatans, Manic Street Preachers and The Prodigy have described Oasis' massive Knebworth gigs as a pivotal moment in musical history, 10 years on from the Gallaghers' biggest ever shows.With the band supported by all three acts in front of 250,000 people over two historic nights, the event was one of the defining moments of the Britpop years.The shows marked a major turning point for The Charlatans after keyboard player Rob Collins was killed in a car accident just three weeks before.Frontman Tim Burgess told NME: "We brought people down to their knees, down to tears! I think if we'd played badly that would have been the end of the band, but we didn't. It was a pivotal moment in The Charlatans story."Prodigy mainman Liam Howlett described the event as a "fucking big rave".He added: "Knebworth was just so beautiful, loads of people were on Es everywhere and stuff. It was an event never to be repeated, it was a moment in time."The shows also marked a career highpoint for the Manic Street Preachers after 'A Design For Life' brought the Welsh three-piece to the masses.Bassist Nicky Wire said: "I'm not sure Oasis realised the gigantic nature of what they were doing. The moment for me was when John Squire came on and played 'Champagne Supernova'. That moment did seem like a coming together of the great Mancunian mafia.



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