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    Tuesday, October 31, 2006


      Noel slags off Robbie Williams again

    NOEL GALLAGHER has revealed ROBBIE WILLIAMS sent Oasis a grovelling apology for his song slagging off him and LIAM

    I uncovered Robbie's cheeky tune, where he berated Liam for being inbred, last month.

    And after I printed the lyrics to Dickhead, a secret track on No1 album Rudebox, Robbie fired off a desperate note to Oasis' management trying to get out of trouble.

    Noel told me of the contents of the paranoid email during the Q Awards held at London's Grosvenor House Hotel yesterday. And he dished out a trademark slating to his old adversary into the bargain.

    Noel said: "I read your story about the song. I haven't heard the album - I doubt I will - apparently that’s the best track on it.

    “He sent this note to our office claiming he didn’t know it was on the album. He can f*** right off. I don’t give a f*** what he thinks and I don’t give a f*** about him.”

    I can also reveal the contents of Robbie’s grovelling email.

    A source at Oasis HQ told me: “Robbie said he was really sorry and claimed he didn’t know how the track got on the album.

    “He said he had no idea how the story got in The Sun, claiming the only copy of the song was on his computer.

    “He apologised to Noel and Liam and everyone else involved.”

    Robbie and The Gallaghers have had a long-running feud.

    Last month Robbie told me it must be hard being Noel as he has to listen to cheesy music. But Noel hit back yesterday adding: “I love Abba and I love Britney Spears.”

    Noel is the last person I would expect to make a camp statement like that. But he did redeem himself by ridiculing PAUL WELLER’s man-bag.

    I told you yesterday Liam’s excuse for having one was that the Modfather was a proud owner too.

    Noel said: “Weller came to our housewarming with this manbag thing but wouldn’t say what it contained.

    “Eventually he coughed that his soul was in it. That’s where Liam got the idea.”

    Come on Liam, time for a big night out to air your manbag.

    That should give Robbie ammunition for another song entirely . . .

    source: The SUN



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    Monday, October 30, 2006


      Liam Gallagher's Virgin Radio Rant

    Liam Gallagher launched a foul-mouthed tirade against radio presenter Christian O'Connell live on air Friday (27OCT06).

    Liam called into Virgin Radio with his friend SCULLY to try and win #10,000 ($18,000) for charity, but DJ O'Connell refused to believe it was really Gallagher on the line, repeatedly telling him to "p**s off".

    Gallagher ranted, "It's not a pub quiz man, it's me."

    After Gallagher sent in a picture message showing himself with Scully, and asked girlfriend NICOLE APPLETON to come on the line to confirm his identity, O'Connell told him he'd only win the cash prize if he agreed to give a performance for the radio station.

    Gallagher fumed, before hanging up, "It's gonna cost you a lot more than ten grand (thousand) to get me singing mate."



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      Oasis handed 'Best Act in the World' gong

    Oasis have been named Best Act in the World Today at the annual Q Awards, with Noel Gallagher picking up the Classic Songwriter prize.

    As brother Liam failed to show up at the star-studded bash held at London's Grosvenor House Hotel, Noel quipped: "He's gone to the zoo. The monkeys are bringing their kids to go and have a look at him."

    He added: "I guess I really should thank our kid for singing all these great songs - but as he's not here, f* him."

    Indie rockers Arctic Monkeys also picked up a number of gongs - the People's Choice award and Best Album for Whatever People Say I Am That's What I'm Not - and in true rock 'n' roll style even had time to have a pop at another act.

    Front man Alex Turner slagged off the organisers for giving 90s boyband Take That the Q Idol award.

    He said: "A lot of people make jokes about having awards for no reason just for the sake of having awards, and pretending they were good when they weren't. I'm not old enough to know a lot of them but even I know that Take That were bo**."

    On receiving the award, Take That star Jason Orange said: "We didn't expect to get back together after ten years, let alone be at the Q Awards so it's a pleasure to be here.

    "We used to do the Smash Hits awards and all that so it's nice to be acknowledged by a credible magazine - not that Smash Hits wasn't credible..."

    Other veteran acts picking up awards included A-ha, who got the Q Inspiration award; Jeff Lynne, who received the Q Icon award; and Peter Gabriel who won the Q Lifetime Achievement award.

    Boy George, fresh from his recent community service stint sweeping streets in New York, won the Q Classic Song award for Karma Chameleon.

    He told the audience: "I'm so glad to get this award because it means you now recognise me again as a singer and not a road sweeper."

    Best New Act - Corinne Bailey Rae

    Best Track - Crazy by Gnarls Barkley

    Best Video - When You Were Young by The Killers

    Q Inspiration Award - A-ha

    Q Outstanding Contribution to Music - Smokey Robinson

    Q Groundbreaker Award - Primal Scream

    Q Icon Award - Jeff Lynne

    Q Idol Award - Take That

    Q Outstanding Performance - Faithless

    Q Innovation in Sound - The Edge

    Q Classic Songwriter - Noel Gallagher

    Q Lifetime Achievement Award - Peter Gabriel

    Q Merit Award - Manic Street Preachers

    Q Classic Song - Karma Chameleon

    Best Live Act - Muse

    Best Album - Whatever People Say I Am That's What I'm Not by Arctic Monkeys

    People's Choice Award - Arctic Monkeys

    Best Act In The World Today - Oasis

    Q Legend Award - The Who

    Q Award of Awards - U2


    source: itn.co.uk



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    Saturday, October 28, 2006


      Noel Gallagher Records Unplugged AOL Sessions

    Noel Gallagher has cast off from the rest of the Oasis boys to do a few acoustic shows. The singer-songwriter stopped by AOL to record a set for The Interface, and he'll also be playing a special invite-only show at Los Angeles' El Rey Theatre on November 9th.

    While at AOL Noel had a chat and played stripped down acoustic renditions of oldies: "It's Good To Be Free", "Slide Away" and "Whatever." The session is now available to stream individual tracks or download an mp3 of the entire set. There is also a list of five fun facts about our favorite Mancunian.

    Noel Live and 'Un-Liamed' at AOL

    or download Podcast : here



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    Friday, October 27, 2006


      Liam Slams Doherty and Chaplin

    LIAM GALLAGHER has taken a pop at recent rehab residents TOM CHAPLIN and PETE DOHERTY – branding them posh lightweights.

    The OASIS heavyweight says today's rock stars need to learn a thing or two from veterans like him and brother NOEL.

    Liam is irritated with Pete and KEANE frontman Tom for having to seek help for their battle with drugs — because it is not rock 'n' roll.

    He said: "None of us have ever been in The Priory, like all these little idiots today. They have one little line, they have one burn and they're all in rehab.

    "That Pete Doherty is cabbaged already. And it's like, 'How old are you? Priory at 27 years of age? You idiot.'

    "Posh boys can't take drugs, man. They're lightweights."

    Liam's comments could not have come at a more sensitive time — and I hope his tongue is slightly in his cheek.

    Tom is just back on the road with Keane after completing five weeks at The Priory for addiction to cocaine and alcohol.

    Pete continues to battle a chronic crack and heroin addiction.

    But worse — Tom will be at the Q Awards sat just a few feet away from Liam, who I'm sure will taunt him mercilessly.

    Liam says he still likes to have the odd messy night out himself — even though he has calmed down with his fiancée NICOLE APPLETON and their son Gene. He also has son Lennon by PATSY KENSIT.

    The singer said: "Obviously I don't go out as much as I used to because I'm in with my kids and missus and get a buzz off them. But when I do go out I still have a good time.

    "We don't go out and say, 'Hey man, we're dads so we're gonna take it easy!' We'll still go boozing for a couple of days, drink anything — Guinness, lager, champagne, wine — and get high, get plastered."

    Liam believes when Oasis were at their maddest in the early days, they surpassed any other band when it came to larging it.

    He added: "It was as wild as you could imagine. It was living life on the edge. There were no safety nets.

    "But we weren't GUNS N' ROSES wild because we're a different kind of band. All these bands who are rock 'n' roll are just daft. We never fell over drunk and all that because we like our clothes too much!

    "And I've never poured Guinness or Jack Daniels on my head because we're not Beavis and Butt-Head!"

    Oasis are about to release their Greatest Hits album Stop The Clocks. And Liam reckons life could not be better.

    He said: "I've got two beautiful kids, I've got money in the bank, a nice house, a nice missus and my mum and brothers are happy. It could be worse."

    source: The Sun



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    Wednesday, October 25, 2006


      Noel and Friends to perform in Toronto and LA

    Noel Gallagher is set to perform at The Danforth Ave. Music Hall in Toronto Canada on November the 7th. Noel is expected to perform with several guest stars (Gem and Andy are rumored to be amongst them) and tickets go on sale October the 28th. For more info visit The Music Hall or call 416 778 8163 for Box office information.

    Indie 103.1 in LA are giving away 50 tickets to another show with Noel and Gem on hand. It's scheduled to take place in Wadsworth close to UCLA on November 9th. Attendees will also get a sneak peek of Lord Don't slow me Down.



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      UK Stop The Clocks Launch Nights

    SPECIAL UK ALBUM LAUNCH NIGHTS IN NOV


    To celebrate the release of Stop The Clocks several special album launches
    are happening across the UK in November. The launch nights include playbacks
    of the album, competitions to win exclusive oasis merchandise and lots more.
    Below are the confirmed dates;


    TUES 14TH LEEDS MET UNIVERSITY/KIRKSTALL BREWERY / CITY SITE BAR LEEDS
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 9:00PM
    http://www.leedsmetevents.co.uk

    THURS 16TH MFI @ THE GLOUCESTER, BRIGHTON
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:15PM
    http://www.myspace/madforitbrighton

    FRI 17TH FRIDAY FEELING @ 5TH AVENUE MANCHESTER
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:00PM
    http:// 5thavenuemanchester.com http://www.myspace.com/5thAvenueManchester

    FRI 17TH RAMSHACKLE @ ACADEMY BIRMINGHAM
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:30PM
    http://www.myspace.com/ramshackle_revolution

    FRI 17TH RAMSHACKLE @ ACADEMY BRISTOL

    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:30PM
    http:// www.ramshackle.org.uk http:// www.myspace.com/ramshackleclub

    FRI 17TH EOL @ LIQUID ROOMS EDINBURGH
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:30PM
    http:// www.evolnation.com

    FRI 17TH COLLISION @ TIMEPIECE EXETER
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10PM
    http://www.timepiecenightclub.co.uk

    FRI 17TH MOJO BAR, LEEDS

    PLAYBACK START TIME: 8PM
    http://www.mojobar.co.uk

    SAT 18TH SONIC BOOM @ THE LEADMILL SHEFFIELD
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10PM
    http://www.leadmill.co.uk

    SAT 18TH LOADED @ KRAZYHOUSE LIVERPOOL

    PLAYBACK START TIME: 9:30PM
    http://www.thekrazyhouse.co.uk

    SAT 18TH MELTDOWN @ THE WATERFRONT NORWICH
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10pm (and again at 12 in café bar)
    http://www.ueaticketbookings.co.uk

    SAT 18TH RISE N SHINE @ THE COOKIE CLUB NOTTINGHAM
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10:30PM
    http:// www.cookieclub.co.uk


    SAT 18TH CHAOS @ SOUTH PARADE PIER PORTSMOUTH

    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10PM
    http://myspace.com/ukchaos http://www.chaosuk.net

    SAT 18TH STOP THE CLOCKS @ FIREWATER GLASGOW
    http://www. myspace.com/firewaterglasgow
    PLAYBACK START TIME: 10PM



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    Monday, October 23, 2006


      Original Oasis Members in Toon Again

    WONDERWALL: Is that Bonehead in the middle? MANCHESTER superband Oasis has reunited with three former members - well, for their new video at least. As revealed in The Diary last week, the video for new single The Masterplan sees the lads animated as matchstick men in a series of famous LS Lowry scenes.

    And I can reveal that the five figures are those who originally performed The Masterplan in 1995. That is, the Gallagher brothers and three now departed members - Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan and Alan White.

    The video's co-director Ben Jones tells me: "We had a debate with Liam and Noel about it, but we explained that for the story to make sense, it had to be the original line-up. There's already debate as to who the five are on the video, so we've tried to leave it ambiguous." Although Ben admits: "One of the characters is pretty unmistakable as the closely-cropped Bonehead

    source: Manchestereveningnews.co.uk



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      LaPaglia Miffed at Noel Gallagher

    Football star-turned-actor ANTHONY LaPAGLIA has fired off at OASIS frontman NOEL GALLAGHER after the singer poked fun at his beloved Sydney Football Club and the Australian game. Soccer fan Gallagher recently checked out a Socceroos game and was far from impressed, calling the nation's soccer efforts "s**t". His comments upset WITHOUT A TRACE star LaPaglia, who has taken the blast levelled at his favourite team personally. The Aussie actor, a Sydney FC shareholder, rants, "Was he sober when he said that? When was the last time he had a number one hit anyway? "He obviously didn't watch too much of the World Cup because I thought the Australians were tremendous. "They certainly earned the respect of the football world and the people who count. Comments by people like him should be treated with contempt."

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Friday, October 20, 2006


      Noel'sThoughts on Oasis Film, Stop the Clocks and Parenthood

    On the surface, all might seem quiet on the usually blustery Oasis front. The multi-platinum English outfit hasn’t recorded any new material since last year’s Don’t Believe The Truth, and has no plans to re-enter the studio any time soon. Dig deeper, however, and you’ll find their hive is actually buzzing with activity. Band Svengali Noel Gallagher just left London for rustic Buckinghamshire; joined his pals Kasabian onstage for a couple of numbers at an NME-sponsored bash; tracked two Beatles covers for an upcoming John Lennon tribute program (one with the Stereophonics, another with Johnny Marr and Cornershop); and just viewed the final cut of Lord Don’t Slow Me Down, an Oasis tour documentary hitting overseas theaters this fall. Somehow, he and his frontman/kid brother, Liam, also found the time to hand-pick 18 Oasis classics for upcoming Stop The Clocks anthology for Columbia, which kicks off with the long overdue release of early B-side single “Acquiesce,” one of the band’s best-loved standards. It also includes the recent Noel-sung smash, “The Importance of Being Idle,” although its composer is anything but these days.

    Sipping afternoon tea in his new countryside mansion, Gallagher paused long enough to chat.

    The Wave: So what’s the film’s story?

    Noel Gallagher: I don’t know whether there is a story. I think that the guy who was making the film, Baillie Walsh, thought that his story would unfold across the nine months he filmed us. But I don’t think one ever did. The bulk of it is the American tour with us, Kasabian, and Jet, and then there are bits in England, bits in Japan, so it’s kinda broadly based all around the world. We weren’t in any hurry to let the cameras in to see what actually goes on backstage, and I think a bit of mystery in a band’s life is pretty much a good thing. But everybody was kinda on their best behavior. I think Baillie was expecting the drinking-champagne-out-of-cowboy-boots-at-seven-o’clock-in-the-morning-while-swinging-from-a-chandelier kinda thing. But he got onboard 10 years too late for that. So it’s the story of a band who are... errr... just kinda comfortable with where they are. I’ve seen the film once, and I thought it was great, beautifully shot. But, as for what it all means? Who the f--k knows? I don’t.

    TW: Oddly enough, “All Around The World” is not on the collection. And thanks to those endless AT&T commercials, it’s probably now your most famous song – at least, in the States, where you hear it every five minutes.

    NG: The reason it’s not on the anthology is that it’s just too f--king long – we couldn’t really find a place for it anywhere. But the reason that that came about for the advert was, we got an offer, and blah, blah, blah, my manager’s going on about it, and it was something that I’ve never kinda considered before, and there was a lot of cash involved. But I was like, “Nah, it’s not really my bag.” But Liam, bless him, said, “Look – that song’s 10 years old, right? We never f--king play it. It’s not one of the big famous songs, so why don’t you just f--king cash in on it?” And I was like, “Well, fine. Fair enough.”

    And I said, “How much is it again?” [when] the figure came back, it wasn’t a very difficult decision after that. And, of course, living here, we don’t get to see the advert ’cause it wasn’t shown in England. But I was in Mexico and I’ve been in New York quite recently, and I hear it twice a day, every day, when I’m in the States.

    TW: It’s great that “Acquiesce” is finally getting a shot at the charts. It never really got a fair shake.

    NG: It was the same as “The Masterplan.” I was kinda sent into the studio to write a B-side, and that’s what I wrote. And when I wrote ’em, people were going, “Oooh – they’re a bit too good for B-sides!” And I was like, “Look – you f--king put me in the studio; that’s what I’ve written. And if you don’t f--king like it, don’t put me in the studio.” There was a two- or three-year period where everything I wrote was just fantastic. And, of course, if all the B-sides for the singles off Morning Glory would’ve been what became the Be Here Now album, I think we would’ve gone on to be possibly one of the biggest bands of all time. Not that we’re not anyway. But I think we would’ve been as big as U2, because I had an idea in my head for Be Here Now – it was to be the most bombastic, f--king hugest-sounding record of all time. And I didn’t worry too much about the words or the arrangements. But the really interesting stuff from around that period is the B-sides – there’s a lot more inspired music on the B-sides than there is on Be Here Now itself, I think.

    TW: You and your ex, Meg Matthews, were just in the news, denying custody-battle rumors about your daughter, Anais. How is Anais holding up under all this press scrutiny?

    NG: Ah, she’s alright. She’s like any normal six-year-old – she’s a little too cheeky for her own good, but she’s alright. I see her on a regular basis. And she’s only six, but unfortunately she already likes Kylie Minogue, which is something that I’m not too pleased about. And actually, my girlfriend took her to see Kylie Minogue last year, before Kylie got ill. But Anais is into animals now – she’s obsessed with dogs, cats, sheep, horses, spiders, and all sorts.

    TW: It seems like you got into being a dad much more than you ever imagined you would.

    NG: Well, I never had any dreams to be. I mean, I love kids, but I don’t really dig being a parent, so I’m kinda learning as I go along about parenthood. Especially for a guy. It’s different for women, because they carry the child for nine months and all that. So they have nine months to prepare for a child being born, whereas guys get about 10 minutes. For the eight months, 20-some days, you’re thinking, “This is all gonna be some horrible mistake, and I’m gonna wake up in a minute, and I’m still gonna be a single guy, and there’s gonna be no kids involved!” So you get about 10 minutes to prepare for it. But I think it’s a challenge to be a cool parent. But I don’t know – my parents split when I was young and all that, so Anais is following in my footsteps in that respect. But I have good days and bad days, being a dad. But it’s one of those things – you’ve just gotta get on with it and take it day by day, week by week. And I do my best.

    source: wave magazine



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    Thursday, October 19, 2006


      Liam Guest on Colin Murray Radio Show

    Liam Gallagher will be talking to Colin Murray this evening on his Radio 1 show. You can listen to the show online from midnight tonight click on the link below or listen live on Radio 1 from 10pm - midnight;

    Listen Online Here



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      Oasis Receive Outstanding Brit Award


    Oasis are to be awarded the Outstanding Contribution To Music gong at next year's BRIT Awards
    .

    The band will receive the honour during the ceremony at London's Earl's Court venue on February 14.

    BPI Chairman Peter Jamieson said: "Oasis set the standard for many of the young rock bands who are currently enjoying success in the UK charts. As the BRIT Awards goes live for the first time in nearly two decades, it is appropriate that we should honour one of the most exciting live acts the UK has produced."

    Previous recipients of the Outstanding Contribution Award include The Beatles, U2, Paul Weller, Tom Jones, Sting, David Bowie, Fleetwood Mac, Eurythmics and The Who.
    Oasis have previously picked up BRITs in 1995 for Best British Breakthrough Act and in 1996 for Best British Album for '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?', Best British Group and Best British Video for 'Wonderwall'.

    The band, who in last year's Guinness Book Of World Records were declared to be the Most Successful Act of the Last Decade in the UK, are due to release their greatest hits collection 'Stop The Clocks' on November 20. The album will be preceded by an EP of the same name the week before.

    Meanwhile, for the first time in its history, the BRIT Awards will feature a live vote for the Best British Single category.

    Viewers will be able to vote for their favourite of the five shortlisted singles, with the winner announced at the end of the show.

    The nominations for the 27th BRIT Awards will be unveiled at the Hammersmith Palais in London on January 16, 2007.

    source: nme.com



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    Wednesday, October 18, 2006


      Fat Dancer Feud Reborn?

    The infamous feud between Robbie Williams and Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has been reignited after a song written by the ex-Take That member has emerged.

    The song is based on John Lennon's famous hit 'Give Peace a Chance' and insults both the Gallagher brothers openly about their looks and careers.

    According to The Sun a source said: "Robbie recorded the song with songwriting partner Guy Chambers...They had two number one albums under their belt at the time and were feeling pretty confident.

    "The song ended up on the cutting room floor when they realized the almighty stink it would cause."

    source: The SUN



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      Bonehead's New Role

    PAUL "Bonehead" Arthurs, one of the founding members of Oasis, is back on the Manchester music scene.

    But he's put his guitar to one side to become manager of Manchester-based singer songwriter Vinny Peculiar and his band, which include ex-Smiths members Mike Joyce and Craig Gannon, ex-Fall bassist Karen Leatham and ex-World of Twist's Ben Knott.

    It's his first foray into music management, but Bonehead tells me he's ready for the new direction. He says: "I'm good friends with Mike and over the summer he brought me a copy of the Vinny Peculiar album and I just couldn't take it off the system.


    "I loved it, especially the lyrics, I'd not heard anything like it for a long time.

    "Technically it is the first time I've managed a band, although in the early days of Oasis I was pretty much roadie, organiser, everything. It's a learning curve for me but I feel so passionately about the music."

    Bonehead has been appointed in time for the release of their new album, The Rise and Fall of Vinny Peculiar, out on Monday.

    And they are just as pleased to have the ex-Oasis star on board as he is. Vinny tells me: "We wanted someone who had the same passion for the band and the music as we do. Bonehead has a genuine belief in the band."

    Good banter

    Ex-Smiths drummer Mike says: "Bonehead has been in bands before, he's someone who understands the music industry. We have a good banter and we're mates more than anything."

    Bonehead, one of the founder members of Oasis, quit the band in 1999 to spend more time with his family. But he's still in touch with his "best mate" and fellow band founder Liam Gallagher. In fact, Bonehead tells me he's hoping to get Liam down to Vinny Peculiar's gig in London tonight.

    Still, if Liam can't make it to that one, perhaps he could journey home to Manchester next month - as I hear the band will be playing a gig at Club Academy on Oxford Road on November 4.

    Meanwhile, The Diary couldn't resist asking Bonehead his thoughts on the release of the Oasis "Best of" album next month. It has caused some debate among fans about the tracks selected - including early B-sides and album tracks at the expense of more recent hit singles.

    Bonehead said: "It's something we said we'd never do, but good luck to them.

    "I'm on 14 out of the 18 tracks they've put on the compilation, so I'm happy. I think it's a pretty good selection."

    But he added: "I got a bit worried when I heard they'd re-recorded Aquiesce as a single, and thought 'oh no they're going to re-record the whole lot', but thankfully that hasn't happened."

    Vinny Peculiar and his band play Club Academy on Friday, November 4. £10. Call 0161 832 1111.


    source: manchestereveningnews



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    Monday, October 16, 2006


      Oasis up for Q Awards

    Arctic Monkeys lead Q Awards shortlist

    Arctic Monkeys head up the Q Awards shortlist for this year, after being nominated in four different categories.

    The group are shortlisted for Best Album for 'Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not', Best Track for 'I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor', Best New Act and Best Live Act.

    Muse have received nominations in three categories; Best Album for 'Black Holes and Revelations', Best Live Act and Best Act In The World Today.

    In the running for Best New Act alongside Arctic Monkeys are Lily Allen, Corinne Bailey Rae, The Kooks and Orson.

    Nominated for Best Live Act, in competition with Arctic Monkeys and Muse, are Oasis, Razorlight and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

    The other nominees for Best Album are Kasabian's 'Empire', Keane's 'Under The Iron Sea' and Snow Patrol's 'Eyes Open'.

    Also in the running for Best Track are 'Chasing Cars' by Snow Patrol, 'Crazy' by Gnarls Barkley, 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin' by Scissor Sisters and 'Never Be Lonely' by The Feeling.

    The nominees for Best Act In The World Today are Muse, Coldplay, Oasis, U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers.

    The shortlist for Best Video includes 'When We Were Young' by The Killers, 'I Don't Feel Like Dancin' by Scissor Sisters, 'Empire' by Kasabian, 'Smiley Faces' by Gnarls Barkley and 'Why Won't You Give Me Your Love?' by The Zutons.

    The winners of the awards will be announced on 30 October. Television star John Ross will present the ceremony.



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      Charity Boot Auction

    Celebrities including MADONNA and SIR MICK JAGGER are paving the way for Britain's National Giving Week by customising Doc Martens boots to be sold off on eBay. ALL SAINTS, OASIS and JANET JACKSON have also teamed up with organisers the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) to sign pairs of the shoes to raise cash for the National Aids Trust. CAF spokeswoman Sheila Hooper says, "If people raid their wardrobes, cupboards and attics to find items they no longer need but could sell on eBay for a favoured organisation, we can make a real difference."

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Friday, October 13, 2006


      Stop Clock Adds Frustration Game to Content

    New content has been added to the Stop Clock today including a new film clip, a new down loadable clip, the Acquiesce video streamed. PLUS an online version of the game Frustration. Last week we posted a film clip of the band playing Frustration back stage at one of their gigs – now you can play the game too but online!

    Check out the bullseye on the Stop Clock dartboard!

    source: Oasisinet.com



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      New Animated Masterplan Video

    You are able to view the brand new video for The Masterplan on MSN now! The animated video sees Oasis transported into a stunning world based entirely on the paintings of legendary northern artist L.S Lowry including subtle modern day twists and detailing.

    The UK TV exclusive of the video will be aired on Top Of The Pops, BBC2 at 8pm on the 21st October.

    source: oasisinet.com



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      Noel Gallagher Is Far From Idle

    IF YOU PAID close attention to "Don't Believe the Truth" — last year's subtly scathing effort from Mancunian supergroup Oasis — the truth itself was obvious: Bandleader Noel Gallagher had had enough of his adopted hometown of London.

    If one more obsessive fan approached him with a camera phone begging for a quick snapshot, he grumbled at the time, he would gladly dropkick said cellular straight up the street. So it's no surprise that the star has finally made his disdain official. "I've just moved out of London and back into the English countryside," Gallagher reveals. "I just moved into my new Buckinghamshire mansion."

    The guitarist's bratty kid brother, Oasis frontman Liam, has just ditched his old digs, as well. "So he's living in a flat full of cardboard boxes at the moment," Noel chuckles, phoning from home. "Right now, he's in the pub'round the corner from my house, just drinking on his own. How sad is that?"

    In reality, the Gallaghers were merely enjoying their post-world-tour down time, with no plans whatsoever of entering a recording studio in the near future.

    But Oasis is still maintaining a high profile this fall. There's the long-overdue single release of its early B-side "Acquiesce" (which ships to radio this week), a new best-of anthology "Stop the Clocks" on Columbia and a full-length concert documentary hitting theaters, the aptly-titled "Lord Don't Slow Me Down."

    Not to mention, of course, the current heavy TV/radio

    rotation of early chestnut "All Around the World," as heard in that steady stream of AT&T ads.

    So how, exactly, does an artist of Noel Gallagher's stature suddenly change residence? Yard sales are simply out of the question when you want to jettison your belongings, he sighs.

    But he hit on a unique solution. Over a laborious three-day period, he says, "I actually put all my junk and clothes and stuff I didn't need into black bin bags, we call'em, or refuse sacks. And then I called the local Oxfam, a charity shop, and I got someone else to be here when they arrived. Because if the guys had seen it was me, it would've all ended up in Sotheby's. So I gave it all to charity and nobody knows," he laughs.

    "It's all out there somewhere — people are walking around in my old clothes, eating off my old plates, enjoying all the old bits that I don't need."

    As he cleaned house, Gallagher stumbled on a few items he just couldn't part with. "Like loads of unmarked cassettes and CDs that didn't have any writing on'em. I'd stick them in, and a couple of'em were just me, sitting in my front room, playing acoustic guitar, just working out songs. And some of'em were songs that I've yet to record which I'd forgotten about, and that was quite special, just listening to all of those one night."

    Gallagher wasn't finished rummaging. Carefully, he and his sibling combed the Oasis catalog to select the 18 classics for "Stop the Clocks."

    They arrived at an interesting mix of U.S. hits ("Wonderwall," "Live Forever"), U.K. smashes ("Lyla," "Some Might Say," "Don't Look Back in Anger") and pet B-sides ("Talk Tonight," "The Masterplan," alongside the crowd-pleasing show staple "Acquiesce").


    "All the choices for the album are quite obvious, so it's put together for the fans," says Gallagher. As a composer, he's most proud of his vintage "Slide Away" and "Truth's" recent "The Importance Being Idle," he says. "Simply because nobody writes songs like that anymore. I mean, 'Idle' is a song about being lazy, but it's very Kinks, very swinging'60s. And I love 'Slide Away,' because it should've been a single and never was, so it's the one song that hasn't been overplayed to death. I find big hit singles these days are all incredibly commercial. Even bands who claim to be punk like Green Day are anything but."

    As Gallagher tells it, there was a three-year period shortly after the band's "Definitely Maybe" 1994 debut "where everything I wrote was fantastic."

    "Acquiesce" and "The Masterplan" hail from that productive period. But if Oasis had saved those precious B-sides to release instead of its third coolly received "Be Here Now" album, he reckons, "We would've gone on to be possibly one of the biggest bands of all time. Uhhh, not that we're not anyway. But I think we would've been as big as U2."

    Oasis — thanks to its media-fueled rivalry with fellow English outfit Blur — went on to launch, then practically define, the Britpop movement. Unlike Blur's chameleonesque Damon Albarn, though, Noel Gallagher never altered his trademark sound — pealing cathedral guitars propped by huge flying-buttress riffs and Liam's snippy, Lennon-inspired sneer. And persistence paid off.

    The group would suffer several lineup changes, but go on to sell over 50 million records.

    "All Around the World" was one of the few career coups that failed to make the "Clocks" cut. "Only because it was just too damned long and we couldn't find a place for it anywhere," Gallagher says. But thanks to AT&T, the track now receives more airplay than any other Oasis standard.

    When he first heard of the offer, Gallagher quickly nixed the idea. "But Liam, bless him, said, 'Look — that song's 10 years old, we never play it, so why don't you just cash in on it?' And I said, 'How much is it again?' and the figure came back, and it wasn't a very difficult decision after that. But the advert has no presence in England at all. It's not shown anywhere. But you go to the States, and you're bombarded with our song, or the 10 seconds of it that comes on."

    Oasis might be resting on its laurels this holiday season, but Gallagher himself is far from idle.

    He just joined his pals Kasabian (also featured in Baillie Walsh's "Lord" flick, which follows the groups, plus Aussie upstarts Jet, on a nine-month tour) onstage at an NME-sponsored bash.

    He also taped two Beatles covers for an upcoming BBC tribute to John Lennon, one with Stereophonics, another with Cornershop and Johnny Marr; as well as tracked a few new home demos, with 6-year-old daughter Anais singing along on a few. "She's got a fantastic voice — seriously!" dad enthuses. "But unfortunately, she does like Kylie Minogue, which is something that I'm not too pleased about."

    Rich is the examined life, as they say. And reflecting on his illustrious career, Gallagher says, has been a quite pleasant experience indeed.

    With, of course, a few minor glitches in the memory circuit.

    For example, one time in Thailand in 1998. Gallagher laughs, "When we were out at some bar, and there was this incessant HI-NRG dance music playing in a bar across the street. And I was thinking 'Wait a minute! I'm sure that's a version of "Some Might Say"! So we went across the street and up to the DJ, and it was a HI-NRG disco version of our song, completely illegal, recorded by some Thai person.

    "The DJ had no idea who I was. But I said 'Gimme that CD!' even though there were lots of British people in the bar going mad when he played it. And Liam and I were like, that doesn't sound like Oasis, that sounds atrocious! And that — not AT & T — is easily the weirdest place I've ever heard one of our songs."

    source: insidebayarea
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    Wednesday, October 11, 2006


      Ticket Alert For Noel's Mencap Gig

    Mencap have issued the following press statement re this sold out show :

    We are aware that Mencap's Little Noise Sessions tickets are currently appearing for sale on auction sites. This is not something that has been sanctioned or encouraged by Mencap.

    Mencap is working with seetickets.com the official ticket agency for the Little Noise Sessions. They are taking all action possible to cancel touted tickets.

    To purchase an official ticket where by your money will go towards helping people with a learning disability visit www.seetickets.com.

    source: oasisinet



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    Tuesday, October 10, 2006


      Oasis and U2 Set for Chart Battle

    Rock giants Oasis and U2 are set for one of the biggest chart battles in years when they both release best-of albums on November 21.

    U2 put out their first release for Mercury records entitled U218 Singles whilst Oasis release Stop The Clocks. Both releases will come bundled with extras and confident Oasis chief songwriter Noel Gallagher has told Hotpress that "We'll Win".

    However, both bands could loose out in the top spot if the rumours are true, and Gun N’ Roses decide to release their long awaited Chinese Democracy album on the same day, furthermore, big selling rappers Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg both have new studio albums slated for release at the same time.



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    Monday, October 09, 2006


      Liam Gallagher's Thunderbird Home

    Dorset, England (BANG) - Liam Gallagher will soon be able to live inside his television world fantasy - a lavish "masterpiece" he will probably never want to leave. The Oasis frontman is set to buy a house inspired by the classic TV show "Thunderbirds."

    The "Wonderwall" singer will dish out $5 million on the property in Dorset, in the South West of England, which is based upon the fictional Tracy Island featured in the cult puppet series.

    The luxury pad - named "Thunderbird" - has been described as "a modern architectural masterpiece" and is located in an area dubbed "Millionaire's Row," which was designed by award-winning architectural firm Seven Developments. The home has seven bathrooms, five bedrooms, an outdoor pool, a cinema and a gym.

    Neighboring houses include a property named "Moonraker," which has been short-listed as a possible location for the next James Bond film. Liam's neighbors will include England football player Sol Campbell and "Notting Hill" actor Hugh Grant.

    The rocker will move into the property with his fianc?e, All Saints singer Nicole Appleton, and their four-year-old son Gene.

    One resident told Britain's Daily Express newspaper, "I can see why Liam would want to buy here. It's special and lots of families have come here after getting stressed by life in the city."

    source: Bang



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    Saturday, October 07, 2006


      Oasis Songs on U2's Wish List

    U2 Guitarist The Edge cites Oasis’ Wonderwall as the one song he wished he had written.

    In a new interview with Q Magazine, each U2 member was asked to pick songs they wished they had written, drummer Larry Mullen chose Larry Block Rockin' Beats by The Chemical Brothers and Adam Clayton cites Back to Life by Soul II Soul. Lead singer Bono could not make he’s mind up and chose seven: Brownsville Girl by Bob Dylan; Unfinished Sympathy by Massive Attack; Live Forever by Oasis; The Last Song I'll Ever Sing by Gavin Friday; Lucky Man by The Verve and Almighty Love by Emm Gryner.

    source: Q magazine



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      Oasis Film World Premiere in NYC with Noel


    CMJ Music & Film Festival New York City

    Saturday, November 4, 2:00pm @ The Directors Guild Theater

    Filmed over a 7 month period during Oasis’ Don’t Believe the Truth tour, Lord Don’t Slow Me Down takes an intimate look at the band on the road, through rare behind the scenes footage and live clips. The screening will be followed by a special guest appearance by Oasis front man Noel Gallagher, who will be on hand to discuss the film. (Sony BMG)

    Click for more info

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    Thursday, October 05, 2006


      Acquiesce Video Premieres

    Ahead of the release of Oasis' first ever Best Of album 'Stop The Clocks' (out on November 20th) and the release of the previously announced 'collectors' EP of the same name on NOVEMBER 13th. Oasis have made a brand new promo video to accompany ACQUIESCE, which features on the EP the video has it first has its world wide online premiere on Yahoo today Thursday 5th October The video was shot on location in London and Japan and features a range of Oasis look-a-likes - its a video not to be missed!!!

    Check out Yahoo.com from 3pm for more details.

    The video also gets its first UK TV showing today at 11pm on ITV2.

    source: oasisinet.com



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      Noel Gallagher Confirmed For Charity Bash

    Noel Gallagher has confirmed details of a new charity gig for next month.

    The Oasis lynchpin is the latest addition to Mencap’s ‘Little Noise Sessions’ at the Union Chapel in London.

    In a bill curated by the genial Jo Whiley, Mr Gallagher will play on November 26 with some as-yet-unannounced special guests.

    He joins the likes of The Kooks, Lily Allen, The Fratellis and Paolo Nutini on the impressive bill.

    The line-up now looks like this:

    November 20
    The Kooks
    Plan B
    Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

    November 21
    Paulo Nutini
    M Craft

    November 22
    Guillemots
    Mystery Jets
    Jamie T

    November 23
    The Fratellis
    The View
    Mohair

    November 24
    Mika
    Bat For Lashes

    November 26
    Noel Gallagher
    Special Guests


    November 27
    James Morrison
    The Automatic
    Lily Allen

    sourc: gigwise.com



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      Noel Gallagher - 'I suffered after Knebworth'

    The Oasis star admits he had huge comedown

    Oasis guitarist and songwriter Noel Gallagher has admitted he suffered after the band played their massive Knebworth shows in 1996 - because he didn't know what to do next.

    The band played the gigs to 250,000 on the back of the huge success of their first two albums - 1994 debut 'Definitely Maybe' and '(What's The Story) Morning Glory' in 1995.

    However speaking exclusively in this month's to NME's sister title Uncut, Gallagher revealed that the comedown affected him badly.

    "The plan was always to become the biggest band in the world," he recalled. "And as much as everybody around us and me used to say it, I was the only one who fucking believed it was going to happen. Like Alan McGee (head of the band's label Creation), like Liam (Gallagher, singer), they would say the words and all that, but, in hindsight, everyone was just going along with what I was saying.

    "But I knew it was fucking going to happen. I knew in me bones it was gonna happen. After that, at the time, dong the biggest ever gigs in England, 'Morning Glory' being the biggest album in British history, it was like, 'Well, what now?'

    "I remember sitting there, at Knebworth, in the backstage area, and someone saying, 'Well, what now?' And I was like, 'I couldn't fucking tell ya.' And that was how I felt for a good couple of years afterwards, I really suffered. It's like, what do you do when you've done everything. I suppose it's like getting a massive, massive pay rise and buying everything you want. What do you do after that? You kind of sink into boredom. Kind of directionless."

    For the full story and the band's track-by-track guide to their forthcoming Best Of, 'Stop The Clocks', get Uncut now, on sale in all good newsagents.

    source: nme.com



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    Wednesday, October 04, 2006


      Rare Oasis Items up for Auction

    Hey fans! MisterSifter.com is a valued trading partner of mine and have sent me their newest auction list, make sure to check it out because their memorabilia is always top quality!

    The Oasis memorabilia web shop at www.mistersifter.com is having a sale on a large part of the Oasis stock. This means that a lot of rare Oasis items are up for auction. All items start at £0.99 without any reserve - so you can grap a bargain!

    Click here to get to the eBay auction page

    Items up for auction is one of Liam Gallaghers stage used tambourines (fully signed), the wooden Vox Amp 10CD promo box set, the Morning Glory promo watch in wooden guitar case and many UK 12 inch promo releases (early 1-sided Walrus 12 inch promo etc.)

    All items are offical, released Oasis merchandise. Most of it was used exclusively for Oasis competitions around different releases.



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      Liam Writes New Song

    Liam Gallagher has exclusively revealed that he’s written a song called “Guess I’m Out of Time”, presumably for Oasis. He told James Brown for Uncut, “The way I see it, what’s the fucking point of having all this time off if you’ve got the tunes? I’ve got loads of tunes.”

    The Gallagher brothers talk us through their new greatest hits collection ‘Stop The Clocks’ in the latest issue of Uncut, out today.

    Noel also tells Uncut how self-doubt nearly made him quit the band at the height of their fame – following their historic 1996 Knebworth shows. “It’s like, what do you do when you’ve done everything?” said Gallagher Sr. “You kind of sink into boredom. I don’t know. Kind of directionless.”

    ****
    Exclusive Noel Gallagher Interview

    An exclusive Noel Gallagher interview is featured in November's 20th Anniversary Issue of Q Magazine .




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    Monday, October 02, 2006


      Oasis Street Team Contest

    CALLING ALL OASIS FANS

    Think you're the biggest Oasis fan? Get ready to prove it.

    With the upcoming release of Stop The Clocks, the definitive Oasis' greatest hits collection, we've launched the Official U.S. Oasis Street Team and we want you to join.

    To make it MORE interesting we're hosting our first contest, and everyone on the team has a chance to win! See below for details.

    Phase 1 - 10/2 - 11/3:
    The top 10 fans who provide the most unique screengrabs of Oasis "Stop Clock" banner postings will win rare Stop The Clocks lithographs, suitable for framing

    Phase 2 - 11/3 - 12/1:
    The top 10 fans who provide the most unique screengrabs of Oasis "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" banner postings will win one Stop The Clocks 7" gatefold EP each

    The top overall winner from both phases will win a grand prize including:

    * UK promo-only "Champagne Supernova (lynch mob beats mix '95)" 12" LP autographed by Noel Gallagher
    * Stop The Clocks triple-LP vinyl set
    * Stop The Clocks T-Shirt

    Second and third place winners will also receive triple-LP vinyl sets and T-shirts.

    Click to enter:

    Columbia Records Street Team



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      Liam Gallagher appearance drives crowd wild

    Dirty Pretty Things play chaotic surprise show


    Dirty Pretty Things have played a surprise gig at London's Proud Gallery - where they were joined briefly by a very special guest.

    As previously reported on NME.COM the band only confirmed the last-minute show on the day of the gig (September 29). However, the venue in Camden was packed out with fans.

    Despite the threat of cancellation due to the weight of numbers Carl Barat and his men managed to play five songs before the crowd surged forwards.

    However the band managed to continue and almost played a song with surprise guest Liam Gallagher.

    "The crowd just started chanting 'Liam!', 'Liam!'," an eyewitness told NME.COM. "He managed to push his way to the front and got on stage with Dirty Pretty Things. He just stood there with his back to the crowd banging a drumstick."

    However with security struggling to maintain a cordon around the Oasis frontman, organisers decided to abort the gig and emptied the venue. This meant a full collaboration failed to take place.


    source: nme.com



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      Oasis have Plenty of Material for Next Album

    Noel Gallagher has revealed that Oasis are already thinking about their next album.

    Despite reports that the band had no plans following the release of their best of 'Stop The Clocks' on November 20, the guitarist has told NME.COM that he is not only thinking about the follow-up to 2005's 'Don't Believe The Truth', it's their priority.

    "We've got so much left over from the last album, at least another two or three albums worth of material," Gallagher explained. "Our next new record is more important than this one, but this (the best of) had to happen now."

    The release of 'Stop The Clocks' ends Oasis' deal with Sony BMG, and Gallagher confirmed the band would not be resigning.

    Because of this, he explained, the compilation was the label's idea, not the band's, though he is not against its release.

    "In a way it's liberating," he explained. "We've done it and it's out there, it's finished now and it stops people asking about it, because we were getting asked about it constantly!"

    For the full interview with the Oasis leader, see this week's NME - dated September 30 - which is out now.



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