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    Friday, November 30, 2007


      Liam Gallagher Responsible For Radiohead Spoof Site?

    Remember back in September when a hoax Radiohead website was launched, featuring a countdown clock?

    Well the site now features a new message claiming the man responsible for the page is none other than Liam Gallagher, front man with the band Oasis.

    The site, which can be found here, states the following:

    "Maybe This Will Clear Things Up

    Well, it's bloody time we let the cat out of the bag. You've all acted like right wankers and entertained us long enough. The rumors you have heard are true ... I am responsible for this site.

    It was a laugh. We're having a time recording the new album.

    I'm writing deep songs that mean something but are dead simple. Nothing mystic. I want anybody to be able to understand them, even me.

    You're all going to drive yourselves mad.

    We have our 'discbox' and we're not going to share.

    your favourite,

    liam gallagher"

    source: www.angryape.com



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    Thursday, November 29, 2007


      Oasis New Album: " it's all f*cking rocking"

    Oasis are back in the studio laying down tracks for their seventh studio album, and according to frontman Liam Gallagher, things are "f***ing rocking."

    "We've got like 8 songs wrote. I think they're f***ing great," he told Spinner. "We've just gotta make sure we write the right record and so we're sort of just picking at these songs and sort of amplifying them a bit more. We've got off to a good start. There's not one acoustic song on it -- it's all f***ing rocking."

    The band -- Liam, brother Noel Gallagher, rhythm guitarist Gem Archer and bassist Andy Bell -- are in London's Abbey Road studios with Dave Sardy, the man who produced the group's last effort, 2005's 'Don't Believe the Truth.' "He's top man. I like him," Liam said of the producer. "We're all on the same page. We're all having a laugh and it's going really easy. We're not having any struggle with any sounds or anything. Touch wood it remains like that."

    Liam admits to penning some of the tracks himself, though he wouldn't let their titles out of the bag. "Yeah man, I wrote a couple of songs," he said. "Some of them are rocking. I think they're really cool."

    The roaring singer just started laying down vocals a week ago, his first time singing in quite some time. "I've only started singing on this record [recently]," he said. "I've not sang for like six months so I'm easing into it."

    By easing into it, Liam noted he's been doing "ten takes of each song" to get the vocals down, "and then we've got it." So far the studio experience has been a good one for the group, the frontman said. One of the best things for the Beatle-loving outfit though has been simply recording in Abbey Road.

    "Amazing -- it's amazing man," Liam said. "It's the best studio in the world. As soon as you're in there -- we've been like filming and that in there, if you've got the right clothes on it could be done in 1960. It could be done at any time. You just have to make sure you're wearing the right stuff ... and it smells really nice and old and (puts on an American hippie accent) it's just a nice place to be, man!"

    source: spinner.com



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    Wednesday, November 28, 2007


      Oasis has to get a police guard

    Oasis have been given a police guard at Abbey Road Studios after a crazed stalker turned up and threatened to chin Noel Gallagher.

    The Manc rock lords are holed up in the famous North London complex, working day and night on their seventh album.

    But the recording was interrupted last week when a crazed Greek fan showed up demanding to speak to guitarist Noel about song lyrics on the new album that he claimed the Oasis rocker had stolen.

    Police were called to sort the headcase out after he threatened staff but he fled just before they arrived. A source at the studio said: “The guy showed up in a proper rage.

    He meant business and was clearly off his rocker.

    “He claimed that he had written all this material that Noel had nicked off him for the new album.
    “The fella was fuming and was threatening to beat Noel up over it all.

    Security

    “He was cursing at staff and being really threatening so the cops were called in.

    “He tried to force his way into the studio but couldn’t get through. He heard the police were coming and turned on his heels.

    “By the time the bobbies got down there he had gone.

    “They had a word with the band and pulled Noel aside to tell him to be careful.

    “They asked for a listen to the new album too but were politely thanked for their help and shown the door.”

    Following the incident, Oasis have strengthened security at the studio and will have a police presence for the rest of the album’s recording.

    It’s just not on disrupting the creation of rock’n’roll history.

    Noel, brother Liam, Gem Archer and Andy Bell have nine new tracks written and almost finished.

    It’s an important record for them and with music in the state it is in at the moment, we certainly need a big one from one of the UK’s heavyweights.

    Noel has had a bit of bother in the past with mental fans.

    When he was staying at his old North London gaff, Supernova Heights - zone HQ for most of the Nineties - he used to regularly invite randoms in for a cup of tea and a chat.

    Then one day he realised he had a front room full of people he didn’t know.

    Times are a changin’ for Noel these days, though.

    He’s more likely to be sat in front of the fire with a nice, warm cup of Horlicks made by his missus Sara MacDonald (Scots women are the best after all), or reading bedtime stories to the wee man, Donavan.

    The happy family were snapped out for an evening stroll in North London on Monday.

    It looks like the Oasis lord could do with some much-needed kip after all that graft and stress in the studio.

    He must be losing some of that stamina for the late nights...

    source: thesun.co.uk



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    Tuesday, November 27, 2007


      Smiths , Oasis and Primal Scream to rock for Strummer

    This December will mark the fifth time that our planet has somehow managed to revolve around the sun without the tunes, tones and teachings of the legendary Joe Strummer. In homage to this anniversary, members of Oasis, Primal Scream and the Smiths will come together at London’s JAMM on December 22 to stage “London Calling – Remembering Joe Strummer.” They will perform a treasure trunk of Clash classics under the name the Strummerville Collective, which will also feature Jamie T and members of Paul Weller’s band.

    Event organizer Geoff Martin explained, “We wanted to mark the fifth anniversary of Joe Strummer’s death with a unique event that marks the positive impact that his life had on so many of us. Brixton JAMM will be the place to be.”

    And in keeping with the spirit of one of punk’s most innovative and altruistic pioneers, the event isn’t shaping up to be your typical venture into the exciting capitalist possibilities of a dead rock star. Getting a cut of the proceeds will be Strummerville, Joe Strummer’s foundation for new music, along with RAR08 to help stop the far-right British National Party in London’s May elections. Continuing even further to fight the power like Spanish bombs, Martin hopes to scrounge up enough left-over scratch to donate to Billy Bragg’s Jail Guitar Doors initiative, which puts guitars (not guns) into Brixton prisons.

    Also appearing to show their respect and teeth will be members of A3 and Madchester maniacs the Happy Mondays

    source: gigwise.com



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      Liam Gallagher branded a "Two-Faced Coward"

    Liam Gallagher has been branded a "two-faced coward" by Peter Andre.

    Australian pop singer Peter - who is married to British glamour model Jordan, real name Katie Price - has entered into a war of words with the Oasis frontman after Liam called him a "pikey ****".

    Pete fumed in New magazine: "I read somewhere that Liam Gallagher has been calling me all sorts of names. I found this quite surprising because when I last saw Liam he couldn't have been friendlier to me and Katie. I'd go as far as to say that he was totally up our backsides!

    "We bumped into him at a Radio 1 event and he told us how great he thought we were and how his mother Peggy was a big fan. It's such a shame he was too much of a coward to tell us how he really felt to our faces instead of being two-faced. That man is all mouth and no trousers!"

    Liam made his foul-mouthed insults during a TV interview last week.

    He was given three names, British news anchor Sir Trevor McDonald, Dolly Parton and Peter, and he had to say who he would like to collaborate with, who he'd text back and who he would ignore.

    He replied: "I'd call Trevor McDonald, I'd text Peter Andre and I'd ignore Dolly Parton. The only reason I'd text Peter Andre is to say, 'What the f*** are you on about man? Where'd you get my f***ing number from, you f***ing pikey ****?' "

    source: thecheers.org



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    Monday, November 26, 2007


      Ricky Hatton's Love for Oasis



    When people say to me, ‘What do you love?’ I tell them, ‘Family apart, it’s boxing, Manchester City and Oasis.’ I love Oasis. They’re a Manchester act and Noel and Liam Gallagher grew up probably just 15 minutes from here. This is a guitar signed by both of them. I’ve been out for a pint with Liam and he did get a little louder with each drink we had. Mind you, we must have knocked back eight pints of Guinness that night.

    full interveiw: timesonline

    Don't forget to tune in to HBO and follow the countdown to Ricky's super fight with Floyd Mayweather on December 8th in Las Vegas ( Mayweather/Hatton 24/7 Sunday nights, HBO)



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    Friday, November 23, 2007


      Liam Gallagher credits Abuse for making him a better Artist

    OASIS frontman LIAM GALLAGHER has credited his abusive father and uneasy childhood for bringing an angry passion to his music.

    The 35-year-old says elder brothers Paul and Noel Gallagher bore the brunt of the alcoholic's rage - but the experience was so traumatising that it still fuels his performances today.

    He says, "You wish these things don't happen but they happen for a reason, I suppose, and that's where my anger is and that's what makes me f**king attack that mike when it's there. "'Cause it's just all boiled up. I maybe kept a lid on it. I'm glad it's not ever been resolved, in a way. 'Cause that's what makes me wanna f**king get in there. I wouldn't change a thing, man."

    source: contactmusic.com



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    Thursday, November 22, 2007


      Versus Cancer In 2008 Return

    Versus Cancer is to return for a third year running, it has been revealed.

    The huge fund-raising concert organised by former Smiths legend Andy Rourke will once again takeover the M.E.N. Arena on February 23.

    Last year saw unforgettable performances by Oasis' guitarist Noel Gallagher, Manc indie-rock veterans The Charlatans and Modfather Paul Weller.Details of 2008's line-up are set to be announced in recent weeks.

    On the concert Rourke told Xfm Manchester: "Next year’s gig is going to be talked about for years to come. We’ve got some of the biggest bands of the moment lined up as well as some legendary acts that haven’t performed live for a long time.

    Special

    "It is also the start of something special for us.

    "We’ve created a campaign ‘Join the Line Up’ that centres around the Versus Cancer badge - basically, we’ve always been about loads of people getting together to make a stand and do something special, and this year we wanted everyone to be able to be a part of it."

    Versus Cancer is Manchester's biggest fundraising event, raising money for cancer research and awareness with last year's event raising £250,000 alone.

    Versus Cancer takes place on Saturday, February 23. Tickets are £40. For details of how you can join the line-up, show your support and book tickets NOW, simply visit www.versuscancer.org.

    source: manchestereveningnews.co.uk



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      Uncut celebrates Lennon's top tunes

    LONDON - Film and music magazine Uncut is ending its 10th anniversary year with a CD featuring 15 of John Lennon's greatest songs, as voted for by a host of rock stars including Brian Wilson, Neil Young and Liam Gallagher.

    The free 'Give Peace a Chance' CD is dedicated to Lennon, and features 15 tracks of classic protest songs performed by the likes of Richard Thompson and Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant.




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      Oasis' Liam Gallagher Talks eBay, Ghosts and Celine Dion

    Liam Gallagher is never going to read this interview. For starters, the Oasis frontman is pretty busy with his band. They're back at London's famed Abbey Road studios, recording Oasis' seventh studio album, which is being helmed once again by producer Dave Sardy. He started recording his first set of vocals for the 2008 release a week ago Tuesday, and so far things are going "really easy," Liam told Spinner. "Touch wood."

    Another reason Liam isn't going to read this? If you know anything about Oasis and in particular, this well-coifed blue-eyed Mancunian that fronts them, then you can probably surmise, he's not a big fan of the computers or the Internet.

    Though the band released -- via download only, the single 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down,' from their new DVD of the same name, a little over two weeks ago -- Liam had nothing to do with it. Other things we found out about when we rang the Oasis singer in London for a little Q&A action? His interest in eBay, what Beatles ghost visited him, being a rock 'n' roll dad and rather strangely, what would happen if Celine Dion attempted to get in the studio with Oasis. No, really.

    So the new single had a download release. I never really thought of Oasis, or you in particular, as being an 'Internet guy.'

    I'm not really, but I wasn't singing on it, so it had absolutely f*** all to do with me. I don't know why it was done, I don't want to know why it was done and I don't care. I like the song, but I don't know why it was done. I don't get involved in any of that. If someone wants me to sing, I'll sing and wherever it goes, it goes.

    Being sort of a classic kind of guy, I'd imagine you'd want things to be released on vinyl.

    Yeah, totally, but f*** knows man. I suppose you've got to move with the times, haven't ya?

    Do you even own a computer?

    Yeah, I got a computer.

    Do you e-mail?

    Nah. I just ... nah. I don't do anything. Me missus [former All Saints singer Nicole Appleton] uses it. I don't get e-mail. I wouldn't know how to do anything like that. It's sort of like, I can get on eBay and look at things.

    Have you bought anything?

    I buy some clothes on there now and again, some instruments, bits and bobs. Nothing mad. I'm not obsessed with anything. I'm not an obsessive person. If I find myself getting really into it, I move on to the next thing. It's not good to be obsessed.

    On the 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' DVD, there's quite a bit of family stuff. Did they come out quite a lot on the that tour?

    They came out -- I think they came out to New York, and then they came out to Canada. I think that was it. My missus is from Canada so she came to that bit. They came out for a week or something, but not all the time 'cause the kids have got school. We sort of don't do all that private tutoring and stuff. Plus, I pay too much for them to go to private school so I f***ing want my money's worth.

    Do they enjoy private school?

    I don't think they know what it is. I think they just go to school. It's good for me, because I'd rather put me kids through school than spend me money on, f***ing you know, other things. It's important that they get a good education 'cause who knows what's around the corner.

    When they are on school holidays, do you bring them out now that you're older and can afford it?

    When they get older, I'd love to bring them out on a proper tour -- just me and the kids. But we'll see. We haven't done it yet. I can't wait for them to get about 10 or 11, and they can make their own breakfasts and stuff like that.

    Do your kids get what you do? Do they understand who their dad is?

    They get it, yeah. They understand who I am. I don't think they understand all that s*** that people keep mithering me for -- asking for things and pictures. Some of the time they think that's cool, and other times they get embarrassed by it ... but don't we all.

    I spoke to Tom Meighan from Kasabian when they toured with you and he was saying you got along in a crazy way -- you had your own language. He even said if he was a woman, he'd be having your babies.

    Well, that's -- f***ing hell, that's a bit of a mad [one] then, that's considering he'd be a f***ing good looking woman.

    What did you think of him when you first met him?

    I met him at a gig. They were supporting [Oasis' former rhythm guitarist] Bonehead's band -- some f***ing shit band Bonehead was in at the Death Disco, [former Creation Records boss] Alan Mcgee's [club]. I'd never heard of him. I walked past and they were cool. We just got a drink. I wasn't there long and that was it -- that was all I remember. And then I obviously started seeing the f***ing band -- he's f***ing great. He's got good energy. I like people like that.

    The way that it came off from him -- it's in your DVD -- he's so enthusiastic about you guys. Did he become a sort of cousin or little brother to you?

    He was and he still is. I love him dearly. And I'd definitely look after him, and he looks after me. We're just both on the same kind of thing. I wouldn't look down and go, "Oh, you're my little brother." He's a grown man and he's doing his thing. We're all in the same f***ing boat.

    Recently, the U.K. tabloids have been saying that you've been visited by John Lennon's ghost.

    I wouldn't say that he visits me. I had an out of body experience when I was about 17 or 16, and as far as I'm concerned, that's when I started getting into music. That's when it all started going down, and I reckon it has something to do with him. He don't come and visit me -- at least, I don't think he does. I wish he did.

    Any plans for bringing anyone in for the new Oasis album?

    I don't think so but who knows. I'm not all for that stuff. I don't like that. That's like you're getting old before your time. I'm sure our kid [Noel Gallagher] will pull out some of his f***ing mates and go, "Yeah, come and play it," but that's not for me. I couldn't give a f***. No one will be singing my bits anyway.

    Who could out sing you?

    This is it -- nobody.

    I suppose someone like Celine Dion would give it a go.

    I don't think she'd get in the f***ing door.

    She's skinny. She could fit through a crack.

    Yeah, but I'd see that big nose coming.

    The Verve have been around London lately since reuniting. Have you seen them since they reformed?

    No, we're busy. We, I wanted to go see them the other night at the Roundhouse, but it's just -- we've got to do this record. We'll go out and meet with them -- they've been on the piss for three days -- so I'll catch up with them at the arena tour.

    You guys were quite close with them.

    I haven't seen them for ages, but I'm glad they're back.

    And glad the Spice Girls are back?

    Oh, f***ing over the moon.

    Lastly, what is Liam Gallagher doing for Christmas?

    My mates got a gaff in Switzerland, and we're going out there with the kids for five or six days just to hang out. I don't think we'll be doing any skiing, but I'll be there looking like James Bond with the kids -- just throwing snowballs and s***.

    source: spinner.com



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    Wednesday, November 21, 2007


      Giant McCartney Guitar sells for £60'000

    10ft signed Les Paul replica guitar signed by Paul McCartney sparked a bidding at a charity auction last night (November 20th).

    The guitar, which eventually sold for £60,000, was one of sixty-two replica signed guitars which were auctioned to raise money for three charities.

    Taking place at the indigO2 club at the O2 Arena, the auction also included customized guitars from Noel Gallagher, Brian May, Led Zeppelin and Paul Weller.




    McCartney’s guitar sold for £49,000 more than Rolling Stones’ Ronnie Wood’s guitar, which was the second most popular of the night, raising £11,000.

    On hearing about the charitable donation for his guitar, McCartney said: I'm really amazed and very happy that the guitar went for so much and for such a great cause."

    The evening eventually raised over £200,000 which will be split equally between the Nordoff–Robbins Music Therapy, The Prince’s Trust and Teenage Cancer Trust.

    source: gigwise.com



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      Gallows are Recording Oasis Covers

    Gallows frontman Frank Carter has revealed to Gigwise that the band are currently working on some Oasis covers.

    The outspoken singer was speaking about recording their follow-up to ‘Orchestra of Wolves’ when he made the unlikely confession.

    He told us: “We are working on some fun stuff for ourselves, but we want it to be a surprise. I will tell you that we’re working on some Oasis stuff, as we all love Oasis, and also some party songs for gigs.

    ”People think we are all about menacing people but we just want to have fun. The songs will probably not be recognisable and they’ll be sped up and rewritten!”

    Gallows cover of The Ruts song ‘Staring At The Rude Boys’ alongside Lethal Bizzle is released this week. Don’t forget to check Gigwise for our full interview with Frank later this week.

    source: gigwise.com



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    Tuesday, November 20, 2007


      "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" released on CD

    New 'NME Essential Bands' album has exclusive track

    Oasis' download only single 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' will get its first CD release exclusively on the new 'NME Essential Bands' CD.

    The album, which is out in the shops now, also features songs from Amy Winehouse, Kaiser Chiefs and Biffy Clyro.

    'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' was previously released only as a digital single, and feature on the band's DVD of the same title.

    Speaking about the track Noel Gallagher told NME.COM: "That got left off the last album because it was the same verse all the way until the end. It's kind of locked into (the 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down') documentary now because it appears at the end of the film. It's quite rocking. It's just the 12 bar blues really, but it's good."

    'NME Presents: The Essential Bands 2007/08' is out now and features the following tracklisting:

    Disc 1:

    Oasis - 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down'
    Amy Winehouse - 'Valerie'
    Hard-Fi - 'Suburban Knights'
    Kaiser Chiefs - 'The Angry Mob'
    The Killers - 'Read My Mind'
    Kate Nash - 'Foundations'
    Razorlight - 'Hold On'
    Fall Out Boy - 'This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race'
    The Twang - 'Either Way'
    Maximo Park - 'Books From Boxes'
    The Hours - 'Ali In The Jungle'
    The Fratellis - 'Whistle For The Choir'
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - 'Down Boy'
    PJ Harvey - 'When Under Ether'
    Noisettes - 'The Count Of Monte Christo'
    The Maccabees - 'About Your Dress'
    Milburn - 'What Will You Do When (The Money Goes?)'
    Alterkicks - 'Cannibal Hiking Disaster'
    The Rumble Strips - 'Girls And Boys In Love'
    The Holloways - 'Generator'

    Disc 2:

    Arctic Monkeys - 'Brianstorm' (Live)
    Babyshambles - 'Delivery'
    Reverend And The Makers - 'He Said He Loved Me'
    Lily Allen - 'LDN'
    The Enemy - 'Away From Here'
    Klaxons - 'It's Not Over Yet'
    Ian Brown - 'Illegal Attacks'
    Keane - 'The Night Sky'
    Bloc Party - 'Hunting For Witches'
    Biffy Clyro - 'Folding Stars'
    The Gossip - 'Jealous Girls'
    CSS - 'Let's Make Love And Listen To Death From Above'
    Battles - 'Atlas'
    Hadouken! - 'Liquid Lives'
    Patrick Wolf - 'Get Lost'
    Nine Black Alp - 'Burn Faster'
    Pull Tiger Tail - 'Hurricanes'
    Stereophonics - 'It Means Nothing'
    The Cribs - 'Moving Pictures'
    The Wombats - 'Kill The Director'



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      Celebrity Air Rage ....another top 10 List

    High and mighty: some air rage incidents

    Flying brings out the worst in the rich and famous. As Jonathan Rhys Meyers is charged with being drunk at Dublin airport, Amol Rajan fastens his seatbelt and recalls the celebrities who made themselves the in-flight entertainment


    Jonathan Rhys Meyers

    The 30-year-old Irishman appears to be struggling to leave behind his heavy drinking, loud-mouthed persona as the young Henry VIII in the BBC serial The Tudors. Following an appearance on an Irish talk-show at the weekend to promote his new film, August Rush, Rhys Meyers staggered into Dublin Airport, apparently having had a few too many post-broadcast tipples. After being less than polite to check-in staff, he was barred from boarding a London-bound BMI flight.

    Rhys Meyers, who spent four weeks at a drying-out clinic in California earlier this year, then refused requests from airport security to calm down. They eventually called the police, who charged the actor with being drunk in public and breaching the peace. He is due in court on 5 December.

    Snoop Dogg

    Rap stars never travel light – or alone. When Snoop Dogg, aka Cordozar Calvin Broadus – probably one of the most celebrated American rappers and record producers of his generation – headed for South Africa from Heathrow in April of last year, he brought along 30 of his home boys. They, in turn, brought along their attitudes.

    Refused entry into the first-class lounge because of their loutishness, the posse took out their rage out on staff at a duty- free shop, allegedly hurling bottles of whisky across the shop floor. But when they were told that unless they grew up they would not be allowed to board their plane, the rapper's minders blew their casket. Police were called to Terminal One to deal with the problem. They demanded that Snoop and his crew calm down. They didn't. Instead, they went "berserk". One of the rapper's home boys left a policeman with a fractured wrist, while several others had cuts or bruises.

    Snoop and five of his men were arrested on charges of violent disorder and affray and spent the night behind bars.

    Courtney Love

    In February 2003, Love – the troubled widow of the Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain – was feeling a little restless on board a Virgin Airlines flight from Los Angeles to London. Seated next to two personal assistants and a nurse, she asked if her second nurse, who was sitting in economy class, could join her in business class. Alas, with the plane about to descend towards Heathrow, the former lead singer of the US rock group Hole had chosen a bad time to change her seating arrangements. When the cabin crew told her that the nurse could not join her, Love went "berserk", becoming verbally abusive and screaming and swearing at staff and passengers. Once the plane landed it was boarded by police, who spoke to the rocker for 20 minutes before bundling her into a van and interrogating her for a further 11 hours.

    Liam Gallagher

    Perhaps if they had been flying to Australia from the UK – a journey which can take up to 26 hours – you might excuse those bad boys from rock band, Oasis for being a bit fidgety. But in 1998, ahead of their tour of Australia, the band's members and their two dozen tag-alongs were making the much shorter journey from Hong Kong to Perth, on Australia's West Coast.

    Apparently drunk before they got on board, lead singer Liam Gallagher defied the no-smoking policy on board the plane, and was promptly asked to stub out his cigarette. The Mancunian responded by throwing a hissy fit, thundering "obscene, offensive, and horribly abusive" language at other passengers.

    While his brother Noel apparently slept, Gallagher began throwing food at those sat around him, encouraged by other band members, who promptly began raucous sing-alongs. The plane's captain threatened to conduct an emergency landing unless the group quietened down.

    Eventually Gallagher led the stumbling entourage off the plane at Perth. Asked what he recalled of the event, he said: "Some panhead told me to shut up – some panhead who needs stabbing through the head with a fucking pick-axe."

    Following the flight, Cathay Pacific issued the Gallagher brothers and the rest of Oasis with a lifelong ban.


    Lorna Dow

    On her way to a modelling assignment in New York in 1998, Dow decided to ease the boredom of her eight-hour flight from Manchester by drinking a cocktail of champagne and cannabis tea.

    An air hostess found the model in a queue for a lavatory demanding a bucket to be sick in and threatening to urinate in the aisle. When the stewardess took her to another WC, only to find that was engaged too, Dow turned nasty. Saying, "I am going to sort you out", she tugged the hair of one cabin crew member, punched another and dragged a third down the aisle. She then challenged the whole crew to a fight. Dow, pleaded guilty to common assault and occasioning actual bodily harm and was given a three-month prison sentence.

    Peter Buck

    On a BA flight from Seattle to Heathrow in April 2001, the R.E.M. guitarist Peter Buck allegedly ordered 15 glasses of red wine during the first three hours of the 10-hour journey, then staggered up to the galley to demand more. Buck emerged from a toilet to be confronted with a written warning from the flight captain. He responded by abusing staff and passengers, upending a trolley and covering an air hostess in yoghurt. The 6ft 2in musician ripped the warning from the captain's hands, tore it up and boasted: "You are just a captain and I am R.E.M."

    In court, Buck claimed a sleeping pill he took before the flight, combined with "small amounts" of wine, had converted him into a "non-insane automatism". He said he had a total blackout until he woke up in a police cell, and was not therefore accountable for his actions. The jury agreed.

    Jean-Michel Basquiat

    In April 1982, gallery owner Larry Gagosian paid for American painter Jean-Michel Basquiat, a notorious party animal, to fly first class from New York to Los Angeles for an exhibition. Gagosian picks up the story: "It was like these four kind of rough-looking black kids hunched over a big pile of coke and then they just switched over to these huge joints. They had their big ski-glasses on, and big overcoats. The stewardess freaked. I thought 'Oh God, we're going to jail'". But when the stewardess protested that such behaviour was, actually illegal, Basquiat's retort was as polite as it was firm. "I thought this was first class ..." he said. Basquiat died of a drug overdose six years later.


    Vinnie Jones

    The former footballer turned Hollywood actor was sentenced to 80 hours' community service and fined £1,100 in 2003 for an act of mid-air aggression which, even by his standards, takes some beating.

    On a Virgin Atlantic flight from Heathrow to Tokyo, the one-time Wimbledon captain found himself in a first-class cabin, next to a man named Stephen Driscoll. After exchanging some mild pleasantries with one another, Driscoll told Jones he was being "annoying". Jones, drinking "boorishly", waltzed up to a lady whom he thought might enjoy his company. When his fellow passengers and the cabin crew told him that she might not, he reacted furiously. Screaming loudly, "I can get you murdered. I can get whole crew murdered for £3,000". At one point, he allegedly slapped another passenger 10 times.

    Ian Brown

    Poor Christine Cooper. She was working on a BA flight from Paris to Manchester in 1998. Thinking one of the passengers was interested in duty free, she showed him what was on offer. Alas, former the Stone Roses singer Ian Brown was far from interested. When Cooper held up her hands to apologise, Brown misinterpreted the gesture.

    "Hey you", he said to Cooper. "Don't you wave your fucking hands at me. I'll chop your fucking hands off." When the captain intervened, Brown repeated his threat. The singer then banged on the locked cockpit door demanding entry.

    In court, Brown said his threats were in fact jokes. But for his abusive behaviour, and for potentially threatening the lives of other passengers, he was jailed for four months.

    Grace Jones

    Almost a quarter of a century after thumping the late television presenter Russell Harty after he turned his back to her in an interview, the Jamaican singer and former Vogue model's aggressive streak re-emerged in April 2005 when reports suggested that she was thrown off a Eurostar train from Paris to London for arguing with and verbally abusing a ticket inspector. She denied the claims.

    Just two months later, Jones allegedly threw a tantrum when leaving her flight from New Jersey to London. After all passengers had left the Virgin aircraft, Jones demanded that she be escorted from the flight to the VIP lounge, rather than get on board a bus with all the commoners from economy class.

    Jones was repeatedly told that the VIP lounge was only for departures and thus unavailable. But she would have none of it, screaming abuse at cabin crew. Eventually Heathrow chiefs escorted her to the VIP area – but not before armed police officers had rushed to the scene, and threatened her with arrest.

    source: Independent, London



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    Monday, November 19, 2007


      Liam Gallagher has words for Amy Winehouse

    In the mid-90s, Oasis' Gallagher brothers became British tabloid fixtures thanks to their brotherly bust ups, their famous girlfriends and rumors of rampant drug use. These days, younger brother Liam and older brother Noel still regularly garner column inches, though it's more to do with marriage rumors, babies and ghost hauntings than the salacious stories of years before.

    Liam was a little younger than Amy Winehouse when he first became front page fodder, so when Spinner caught up with the Oasis frontman during some promotion for Oasis' new DVD, 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down,' we asked if had any empathy for the travails of the 24-year-old pop-soul singer.

    "No, nope, no," he told Spinner rather firmly. "I'm sure she's a big girl and she f***ing knows what she's doing. I couldn't give a f*** mate about any of them. I'm sure they couldn't give a f*** about me, so no. She plays with fire, you get burnt. That's the way it goes. That's what happened with me. I'm in a f***ing great place at the moment, so I don't think it does you any harm."

    While plenty of rock stars, including Rolling Stones singer, Mick Jagger, have been quoted saying they'd like to help the troubled chanteuse, Liam suggested Winehouse will garner wisdom and find less trouble, with age.

    "If she's knows what she's doing's f***ing not good, then she needs to sort of back up a bit," he said. "But she's young so I'd be probably doing the same thing, except for twice the drugs. I'm sure she'll grow out of it."

    As for what she does, while Liam hasn't been shy of putting down plenty of ensembles over the years, he's rather kind when it comes to Winehouse's music. "It's alright," he said. "I like that 'Rehab.' I've not heard [the record], man. I've just heard what I heard on TV. She's good."

    source: Spinner.com



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    Saturday, November 17, 2007


      Liam Gallagher's complete Reuters Interview Transcript

    Special thanks to Dean Goodman for sending L4E the full transcript of his recent interview.

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    I've been swearing like a sailor ever since our chat. His management patched me through to Liam at 10 a.m. PST on Tuesday, Nov. 13, for an interview to talk about the new Oasis DVD, Lord Don't Slow Me Down. It was supposed to be much earlier, but I balked because it takes a lot to get me out of bed. (I xx'ed the 130-odd naughty words, not because I'm churlish, but because they might be blocked by some people's browsers.)

    HOW HAS YOUR OPINION OF THE DVD CHANGED SINCE YOU FIRST SAW IT?

    It's not changed one bit, man.

    SO WHAT IS YOUR OPINION?

    It's all right. It's just us on the road, man, doing our thing ... It captured most bits, but there are certain bits you can't be putting on there. And there are certain bits I wouldn't want on there because I've got f--kin' kids that go to school and stuff. But yeah, man, I thought it was all right for a bunch of 35-year-olds. It was certainly never gonna be like f--kin' Guns N' Roses or anything like that. Shit like being lunatics. I've kinda calmed down a bit. I've got more important things to be doing. It beats the shit out of f--kin' Radiohead and anything they've ever put out. We're just having a laugh and a giggle, do you Know what I mean? And doing some tunes, man.

    IT'S GOOD TO HAVE THAT DOCUMENT

    Yeah, I like it. I've seen it, like, twice. I'm not sitting analyzing it. It's done. Over.

    SOME STUFF WAS TAKEN OUT?

    No, just things that were never allowed, really: You're not coming here, and filming that, man.

    WHAT SORT OF THINGS?

    I'm not gonna tell you. You have to use your imagination, won't ya? Just things.

    SURE. GUY THINGS, THAT'S FINE

    Yeah. F--kin' hell, me knitting!

    WHAT ABOUT THAT SCENE WHERE YOU'RE DANCING ALONE?

    I was just winding the c--ts up, man. They make out I do a f--kin' dance every night before I go on. I don't dance. I was just f--kin' about.

    WHERE WILL THIS RANK INTHE PANTHEON OF ROCK TOUR DOCUMENTARIES

    I really don't know. I don't really care. We didn't go into it for that, to get up a ladder or be put in a f--kin' category. I really don't care. I don't know why we did it, and I don't know whether we should have done it, or whether it's any good or not. I don't mind it. I like the way it's shot. It shows us not miserable, or whatever. I'm arsed if it comes in at No. 100 or No. f--kin' 10. I don't care. I'm not bothered.

    PEOPLE MIGHT WONDER IF THIS IS REALLY AN ACCURATE DEPICTION OF AN OASIS TOUR. THEY'VE HEARD OF ALL THE HIJINKS-

    -The music, we're doing plenty of f--kin' gigs, for a start, we're playing sold-out gigs. That's accurate. I'm there, we're there. That's accurate, to me. Whatever went on there was pretty much the real deal. In fact, it was the real deal. Every time there's a camera on me, it's real. We don't f--k around. We don't lie or fake it. If anything, we had to kinda chill it a bit, for our personal reasons. If they wanted a f--kin' mentalist (?) then they're about 10 years too late. And I'm not gonna fake it. If people don't get what we are now, they never will.

    I GUESS PEOPLE DO LIVE VICARIOUSLY THROUGH THE BAND-
    -Well, they know what we're like, and that's been well-documented on numerous occasions. If they don't get it, they don't f--kin' get it. I'm not a filmmaker. I don't give a f--k. I'm more interested in making music.

    THAT'S WHY I WAS BIT SURPRISED THAT YOU DID THE DVD
    We just wanted someone to follow us around because we hadn't done it before. That was it, really. We didn't sit there and f--kin' rehearse ... It's just the way it is.

    SO NICOLE WASN'T VERY HAPPY WHEN YOUR TONGUE DROPPED TO THE FLOOR WHEN THE GIRLS ALOUD GIRLS CAME IN?
    Did it drop to the floor?

    WELL YOU KINDA RUSHED OVER TO THEM AT GREAT SPEED
    Nah, nah. I heard noises, man. I don't rush around for no f--kin' one. I don't rush over. I sorta swaggered over, like I always do. I was wanting to know what was going on, why they were in my room.

    YEAH, IT LOOKED LIKE A RANDOM BUMP-INTO

    I rang 'em up, actually, and told 'em to come down. Because the filming was going really boring.

    WHAT'S THE DEAL WITH CHARLOTTE CHURCH. DID SHE SIGN OFF ON HER FOOTAGE BEING USED?

    I don't know, man. I really don't know much about this documentary. I know it was done, and it's been put out, I don't know the ins and outs. I can't give a f--k whether she was on it or not, to tell you the truth. She was there, we had a laugh.

    YOU WERE VERY NICE TO HER. SHE WAS BORDERING ON OBNOXIOUS

    Yeah, I think ... I don't know why she ... I don't care. Who cares? I don't care.

    THAT WAS AN INTERESTING SCENE AT THE RESTAURANT IN JAPAN WHERE YOU'RE ARGUING WITH NOEL

    It was all to do with the NME thing. These f--kers, we're on their cover once a f--kin' month. And then they f--kin' review your song and they slag it off. And it's, What are you putting us on your cover for? If you don't like us and you don't like what we f--kin' stand for, f--k yourself. And Noel was f--kin', Oh we're doing the cover. Another f--kin' cover for the NME? Have you read the reviews that they give your f--kin' songs? They're always slagging them off, so why are you on the f--kin' cover all the time? It was that kind of thing. I still stand to this day: they ain't getting no cover off me for a long, long f--kin' time. If people don't like our music, I'm not going on your f--kin' cover. See you later. There's other magazines. It's not like, You better give me a f--kin' good review until I go on your magazine. I'm on that f--kin' cover once a month. You can f--kin' suck my cock. I'm arsed if I'm on it, or not. But if I'm gonna be on it, you'd better be f--kin' nice about my music, or just both go our f--kin' separate ways, full-stop. And that was it, basically.

    I GUESS THE ISSUE WAS THAT YOU SAID, "HAVE SOME F--KIN' RESPECT FOR THE BAND"-

    -Exactly, exactly. That's what I mean. If someone turned around to me and said would you go on the f--kin' NME cover, I'd tell 'em to f--k right off, man, because I read the f--kin' review of half of our f--kin' records, and it's just like, What's the f--kin' point? You don't dig us, we don't dig you. F--k you, you're not gonna make loads of money out of me. But Our Kid seems to think we need to be on the f--kin' cover of NME to get anywhere. I don't need to be on no cover of no f--kin' magazine to get anywhere these days. We f--kin' make a record, we put it out, we f--kin' sell the tours, and that's where we've gotta be good is when we're playing live, or the music's gotta be good. I don't read their reviews, so f--k 'em. That was my point.

    SO YOU SEE YOURSELF AS THE MOST PROTECTIVE MEMBER OF THE BAND, IN TERMS OF PRESERVING ITS LEGACY?

    I can be. I know when the wool's getting pulled over our eyes. People think I'm away with the f--kin' fairies half the time, but not at all. I know when someone's f--kin' having a pop.

    THAT'S A COOL COVER TO HAVE: PEOPLE THINK YOU'RE CRAZY, BUT THE REALITY IS THAT YOU FULLY AWARE-

    -I tell you what. When someone f--kin' rubs your ego all the f--kin' time, that's the worst f--kin' sleepy world (?) to be in. That's the sleepiest world (??) to be in. Everyone's going, "You're f--kin' great! You're great!" I'd rather be out on my f--kin' arse than be in that world.

    YOU DON'T SEE MUCH OF THAT IN THE DOCUMENTARY

    Yeah, well it kinda got swerved, didn't it?

    AS THE SOLE FOUNDING MEMBER, I GUESS YOU'RE THE ONE MOST INTERESTED IN PRESERVING ITS INTEGRITY?

    Well yeah, I'd say. Yeah. Go on. Why not, eh?

    I'LL STOKE YOUR EGO! WHY NOT?

    I'm falling asleep, already.

    I JUST GOT UP, MYSELF! SO ERGO YOU'D BE THE LEAST LIKELY TO DO A SOLO ALBUM

    No, no. That doesn't interest me one bit. The minute you start doing things like that, man, it's just Clapton-esque, innit? Music is to preserve me. It keeps me as young as I can. The minute you start sitting on f--kin' stools, to me, you're in that f--kin old-man f--kin' brigade. You know what I mean? It's not for me, man. I need to be standing up when I'm f--kin' singing, not sitting down. And I don't appreciate people f--kin' sitting down watching me either. You f--kin' pay attention and stand up. I'm f--kin' standing up, so you f--kin' stand up. I'm not into all that sitting down and keeping it ... Our kid's obviously into it, but not me, man. Nah! Ugh!

    SO HOW ARE SESSIONS GOING ON THE NEW RECORD?

    We're fine, man. Doin' really well, man. Really good.

    ARE YOU IN THE PROCESS OF WRITING SONGS?

    All the songs are wrote, man. We don't f--k about, man. We don't do that sh-t, paying 1,500 pound a day for the studio to f--kin' write songs? Nah, we're not U2, and we're not Metallica either. We've got our sh-t sorted, man. We've just gotta come in, pick the song, f--kin' amplify it, electrify it and see whether it sits with the one that we've just before or not. Because this record's gonna be f--kin' rockin'. There's no acoustic on it, man.

    HOW MANY SONGS DID EACH OF YOU BRING INTO THE STUDIO?

    Well, we rehearsed about 10 tunes before coming in. Three are mine. Some are Noel's, some are Gem's, some are Andy's. We're there for a long time, so we just keep pickin' em off the tree, man. Some are sounding really f--king heavy, and then we're picking some out, and you go, 'Well that doesn't sit with that, right.' So we just keep moving about. We've got plenty of songs. We're not gonna go bored. We've got six weeks there, seven weeks. We'll have it done by then, without a doubt.

    WHAT ARE THE NAMES OF YOUR SONGS?

    Not telling ya.

    IS THERE A THEME TO THE SONGS?

    They're just basically just, F--kin', let's have it, you c--ts.

    WHO ARE THE C--TS?

    The people who've got their back turned to me, man.

    WHO'S PRODUCING IT?

    Dave Sardy. Yeah, no, it's going good, man. It's really good, man. We're really excited about it.

    WHEN DO YOU THINK IT WILL BE FINISHED?

    It'll be done by Christmas. We've got six weeks there. It'll be done by the 15th of December, if everything goes well. Then we'll have Christmas off, and we'll go to L.A., mix it and maybe do a bit more over there. But not too much.

    WHEN WOULD YOU HOPE TO HAVE IT IN STORES?

    August, maybe, next year.

    YOU'RE NOT ON EPIC/CREATION ANYMORE?

    We're the biggest band in the world, unsigned, man. I kinda like it like that.

    WHAT DO YOU THINK YOU'LL DO?

    Don't know, mate. I leave that up to the manager, man.

    DO YOU THINK YOU'LL DO THAT RADIOHEAD THING, PUT IT ON THE WEB AND LET PEOPLE PAY WHAT THEY WANT FOR IT?!

    Nah, over my f--kin' dead body, mate. You're getting your f--kin' money for me, man. Do you think I'm coming here (into the studio), f--kin' graftin' my balls off, paying out my own f--kin' money, for some little f--kin' student to get it for nothing? I can't see the sense in that. And then slagging it off. F--k that, mate. You're getting your f--kin' wedge (money) out. And then you can f--kin' say what you want about it. As long as I have whatever it f--kin' costs to f--kin' pay for CDs today, then you say what you want, you can do what you want with it, you can stick it up your arse, your mam's arse, your f--kin' granddad's arse. I'll have had the wedge off you, so f--k you.

    THIS IS YOUR SEVENTH ALBUM. THE BEATLES' SEVENTH (U.K.) ALBUM WAS "REVOLVER" AND THE STONES' WAS "BEGGARS BANQUET." DO YOU THINK YOU'RE UP TO THAT LEVEL?

    Oh yeah. Without a doubt. This has got lots of things going on, man. It's a f--kin' great, cool f--kin' sound. It's sounding cool already. There's lots going on. It's not your normal straight trashed-out f--kin' Oasis songs. There's lots of cool parts, man. Really, we're throwing everything at it. It's gonna be cool, man.

    WOULD IT BE FAIR TO SAY THAT YOU'VE BEEN TREADING WATER A BIT WITH YOUR LAST FEW ALBUMS?

    We're still learning how to f--kin' plug the thing in. I think the songs have always been cool. We're sorta still getting the grasp of the studio, because we spend so much f--kin' time out of it. We're always on the road. Maybe. You could say that. You could say that. You can say what you want. You could say that. I've always thought we've made decent records. Sometimes we've got it right, and sometimes we haven't got it right. But that's life, you know what I mean? Without a doubt, we've always f--kin' tried our best, man. We've never gone into it halfheartedly. We're getting better, man, all the time. That's all I can say, man.

    BOB DYLAN RECENTLY SAID THERE'S A HUGE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN WHAT HE HEARS IN THE STUDIO COMPARED TO WHAT HE HEARS ON THE CD. YOU JUST LOSE SO MUCH, NO MATTER WHO THE PRODUCER IS, NO MATTER WHAT SORT OF RECORDING EQUIPMENT YOU'VE GOT.

    Yeah, well. A lot of our demos sound f--kin' great. We should have put them out half of the time because it's the first couple of takes. It just depends, mate. If you dick around with a record, you're gonna lose it. If you just f--kin' take it easy and just bang it out. Don't wrap it up in cotton wool, just bang it out and let's f--kin' go, man, you know what I mean? Hopefully that's what we'll try to do with this one. The last one, we did dick about with it, a lot. We recorded it f--kin' a hundred times. Hopefully our kid's learned his lesson, and we can just get in and f--kin' belt it out. It shouldn't be hard making music. we've been doing it long enough.

    WHAT'S THE VIBE LIKE BETWEEN THE BROTHERS?

    Yeah, cool, man. We don't really speak that much. We just do what we do, you know what I mean?

    YOU'RE PROBABLY THERE AT DIFFERENT TIMES?

    No. I'm in all the time. Last week we were laying the tracks down, so I was in there every day. Today, yesterday, I was singing. So I'm sorta just easing into it with the voice. I've not sang for a couple of months. I'm just doing it easy, man. It's going good, man.

    IT'S BEEN A QUIET YEAR FOR YOU GUYS. WHAT HAVE YOU BEEN UP TO?
    I've been sitting about with the kids, man, focusing on my children, just having a laugh, getting all that time, a lot of important time with my family before I hit the road, and do this album.

    DO YOU FORESEE YOUSELF HITTING THE ROAD FOR ANOTHER 18-MONTH WORLD TOUR?

    Yeah, man. Why not, eh? Wherever they want us, I'll f--kin' play it, man. I've got no problem with doing long tours. Wherever, they'll 'ave us.

    AFTER WATCHING THE DVD, I WANT TO COME WITH YOU AND PLAY BOARD GAMES
    You won't be winning that board game, mate.

    I CAN CHEAT, THAT'S OK. NOEL DOES COMMENT ON THE DVD THAT HE'S SICK OF THE TOURING GRIND.

    Well, listen, that man changes his f--kin' mind every f--kin' day, so who knows, you know what I mean? That's fair. If that's what he don't want to do, then fine. But I think he'll be doing it. He's just full of sh-t, innee? He's starting to sound like Thom Yorke, already. Ugh!

    DO YOU THINK YOU GUYS COULD BECOME MORE OF A TOURING BAND THAN A RECORDING BAND?

    No, I think we'll equally balance it out beautifully, you know what I mean? You've got to make new music, or there's no point going on the f--kin' road. I couldn't go on the road in six months' time and just play all them songs that we've got. I want to f--kin' bring new ones to the table, man. If that's the way it is, then I'd blow me head off, mate. I couldn't do that. I couldn't just f--kin' go out and play on your back catalog. You've got to have new songs. That's what we do, man.

    THAT'S WHY YOU SEEMED UNENTHUSIASTIC ON THE SOUTH AMERICAN TOUR LAST YEAR BECAUSE THE NEW RECORD WAS PRETTY OLD BY THEN?

    I can't remember, man. I don't know, man. At the end of every tour, you're always a bit f--ked, you know what I mean? You can come across a bit 'ready to go home' I suppose, you know what I mean?

    WILL THE SONG "LORD DON'T SLOW ME DOWN" BE ON THE NEW RECORD?

    Not sure, man. I hope so. We'll see. We don't know, man. There's lots of tunes to pick from.

    IN THE DVD, YOU'RE ON THE WAR PATH AGAINST BLOC PARTY AND FRANZ FERDINAND-

    -To me, it's not British rock 'n' roll music. It's just f--kin' indie, f--kin' nonsense. But they may not like us. I'm sure they don't. So each to their f--kin' own. I don't want anything bad to happen. I'm not f--kin' wishing them f--kin' death, or anything. But I'm not interested in talking about them. It's just like whatever.

    IT SEEMS TO BE EASIER THESE DAYS FOR BRITISH ACTS TO BREAK THROUGH IN AMERICA. DO YOU THINK YOU HELPED MAKE THAT POSSIBLE?

    We didn't f--kin' break it there. We don't sell any records. All we do is just go there and tour. We do nice tours there, and I'm enjoying it more as we get older. But I wouldn't say if that's the f--kin' case. We didn't really happen there. Can't have it all.

    IT'S NOT THAT YOU DIDN'T HAPPEN. PEOPLE KNOW WHO YOU ARE

    Yeah, fair play to them if that's what it is. But I'd rather go there and behave the way we do, and write the music we do, than write f--kin' sh-t like James Blunt. And have a f--kin' No. 1 or be big or whatever the sh-t Coldplay or whoever we were talking about. But yeah, man, fair play to them. I'll never change the way we do it. Did it.

    IT SEEMS YOU'RE COMFORTABLE IN AMERICA AND AMERICANS ARE COMFORTABLE WITH YOU?

    I like it. The more I go there, the last tour we did there was amazing. I really like it. I've calmed down a bit, so maybe I'm just not going f--kin' looking for it. I was looking for just parties every f--kin' night when I first went there. It can f--kin' do you in, you know what I mean? This time, I party enough before I even get there, and I'm enjoying it, man. The cards (?) are cool, and all the fans are cool.

    copyright; Dean Goodman 2007.



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      Noel's guitar up for sale

    A Guitar once owned by rocker Noel Gallagher and autographed by a host of pop stars is up for sale - for just £795.

    The Takamine electro-acoustic guitar bears the signatures of the Oasis songwriter, Coldplay's frontman Chris Martin and lots of other top artists like members of rock group Idlewild, Ms Dynamite and Lou Rhodes.

    All the artists signed the guitar after appearing alongside Manchester rock band Oasis at the Oxfam Make Trade Fair concert in October 2002.

    The guitar was auctioned on behalf of the charity Oxfam after the gig and was bought by internet-based music memorabilia specialist 991.com. Now the company is selling it.

    Apart from the autographs on the front of the guitar, the reverse bears a unique backstage pass from the Oxfam gig.

    The instrument, which usually costs about £300, also comes complete with a letter confirming authenticity from Oxfam and a Certificate of Authenticity.

    A spokesman for 991.com said: "It was originally at a higher price but we wanted it to be more accessible to fans so brought the price down. We think the person who buys this is likely to use it as a display piece rather than play it so the price reflects that too."

    When Noel's former Oasis bandmate Paul `Bonehead' Arthurs put some of his guitars up for sale at legendary Manchester guitar store Johnny Roadhouse in 2005 one of them fetched almost £25,000.

    source: manchestereveningnews.co.uk



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    Thursday, November 15, 2007


      Dwarves, Acid, Andre and Me


    LIAM GALLAGHER never makes much sense at the best of times, and in this new footage he’s at his ranting best.

    The OASIS frontman, known for his fondness for a drink or two, reminisces about one wild birthday party that saw him take LSD while dwarves sang DURAN DURAN songs.

    The rocker, despite having millions in the bank, reveals he owns a modest Pay As You Go mobile phone. “Going in the petrol station to top it up keeps your feet on the ground,” he explains.

    And elsewhere during the interview, conducted by NICOLE APPLETON and MELANIE BLATT, hapless PETER ANDRE gets on the receiving end of a vintage Gallagher tongue-lashing.

    Watch the Interview HERE
    source: SUN



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      Noel Gallagher's Secret Diary

    Take a peak into the Oasis leader's masterplans, as his notebook from 1993 goes up for sale

    A rare insight into Oasis' evolution and songs that would eventually make up debut 'Definitely Maybe' has emerged. Noel Gallagher's notebook from 1993 has been found and is being sold by www.911.com for £5'995. It is believed the guitarist lost the book in 1993 when he was thrown out of a Manchester hotel. Although the book has been sold at auction before, this is the first time it's contents have been seen, and it offers a unique look at Oasis' plans
    just as the band were signing their first record deal.





    Contained within it's neatly written pages are lyrics and a bunch of songs that never made it. There are also various song lists and album concepts, including
    embryonic Oasis ideas and tracks organised in potential album order with B-sides. Here we cast an eye over Noel's secrets...

    View the item here

    source: NME Magazine via stopcryingyourheartout.com



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      Liam can still roll with it

    Liam Gallagher can still Roll With It when it comes to foul-mouthed insults. The Oasis frontman really let rip during an interview for The Hot Desk on ITV Mobile, conducted by his missus Nicole Appleton and Melanie Blatt.

    Liam, 35, was given three names and he had to say who he would like to collaborate with, who he'd text back and who he would ignore.

    He replied: "I'd call Trevor McDonald, I'd text Peter Andre and I'd ignore Dolly Parton. The only reason I'd text Peter Andre is to say, 'What the f*** are you on about man? Where'd you get my f***ing number from, you f***ing pikey c***?'" Charming!

    source: mirror.co.uk



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    Wednesday, November 14, 2007


      Liam: ' We'll never do a Radiohead '

    Liam Gallagher has said his band Oasis will never allow fans to pay what they think their albums are worth, following the recent actions of Radiohead and their latest long-player In Rainbows.

    Oasis are currently without a record deal, but speaking to Reuters Gallagher said it would be over his dead body to go into a studio to work hard on an album that fans can technically buy for absolutely free.

    Speaking of their seventh studio album (the follow-up to 2005's Don't Believe The Truth), Liam said: "There's lots of cool parts, man. Really, we're throwing everything at it. It's gonna be cool, man."

    He also went on to say brother Noel Gallagher was being less fussy with the new songs: "Hopefully our kid's learned his lesson. It shouldn't be hard making music. We've been doing it long enough."

    As we recently reported, Oasis have begun work on the currently untitled album and are recording it at Abbey Road studios.

    angryape.com



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    Tuesday, November 13, 2007


      Full speed ahead for Oasis

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Oasis are making quick, early progress on recording their first studio release in three years, singer Liam Gallagher said on Tuesday.

    He said studio work began last week on the band's seventh album since forming in 1991and everything should be done by mid-December. After Christmas, the band will come to Los Angeles to mix the album aiming for a release around August.

    As with Radiohead, Oasis are free of major-label shackles --but don't expect them to follow Radiohead's example, and allow fans to download the album from the Web for whatever price they feel like paying.

    Gallagher, peppering his speech with expletives, told Reuters it would be over his "dead body" before he went into a studio and worked hard to release his work for nothing.

    As was the case with 2005's "Don't Believe the Truth," the band is collaborating with producer Dave Sardy, and all the members have contributed compositions, not just primary songwriter and guitarist Noel, Liam's older brother.

    Liam declined to reveal the titles of his songs, but said they are pugnacious in spirit.

    Gallagher said "without a doubt" the untitled released would compare to the seventh U.K. albums of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, "Revolver" and "Beggars Banquet" respectively.

    "There's lots of cool parts, man. Really, we're throwing
    everything at it. It's gonna be cool, man," he said.

    The last album, he said, suffered from Noel's incessant tinkering in the studio.

    "Hopefully our kid's learned his lesson," he said. " It shouldn't be hard making music. We've been doing it long enough."

    "Don't Believe the Truth" reportedly sold more than 2 million copies worldwide. But the U.S. contribution was just 199,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

    Their biggest U.S. seller remains their second release, 1995's (What's the Story) Morning Glory?" with 3.9 million copies. The album's worldwide sales were reportedly about 19 million.

    Gallagher said the band tried its best with its subsequent albums, but the results were not always favourable as they spend so much time away from the studio and on the road.

    The 18-month world tour to promote "Don't Believe the Truth" has been recorded for posterity on the documentary "Lord Don't Slow Me Down," which just came out on DVD.

    Director Baillie Walsh's black-and-white film depicts a band that has sharply cut back on its youthful hijinks. Board games, shopping sprees and football talk alternate with catty locker-room comments about Tom Cruise, Charlotte Church and Duran Duran.

    Noel, 40, and Liam, 35, infamous for their homicidal attitudes to each other, display mutual affection -- for the most part.

    Liam said they are getting along fine in the studio, though "We don't really speak that much. We just do what we do."



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    Monday, November 12, 2007


      Oasis and Smiths Legends Join for Gig


    Former Oasis guitarist Bonehead and Mike Joyce, the drummer out of The Smiths, joined Vinny Peculiar and his all-star band onstage at a gig in Barrow last week.

    This exclusive picture was sent to stopcryingyourheartout.com from Mark @ A Different Friction, and has more to follow, so keep checking back here.

    Source Mark @ www.adifferentfriction.com



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    Sunday, November 11, 2007


      Where Liam got his Swagger from......

    CAUGHT LIVE: THE VERVE
    Roundhouse, London

    A few things you should know about The Verve, for those not familiar with this phenomenal recently-reformed indie rock band, who got the Roundhouse audience chucking pints over themselves with glee.

    First up, kooky frontman Richard Ashcroft taught Stone Rose Ian Brown all he knows about weird punchy swaying dancing, and everything Oasis singer Liam Gallagher knows about swagger.

    Oasis even wrote Cast No Shadow about Richard on their hit second album (What's The Story) Morning Glory?

    Fomerly known as Mad Richard, Mr Ashcroft has carved a niche for himself in the rock firmament as a latter-day Syd Barrett, only without actually going bonkers and hiding in a semi in Cambridge.

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    And the thing is, Richard ruled with his psychedelic rock and stage presence that hasn't been seen since the Stone Roses were still viable.

    What the Verve do, and always did, is build a bridge from the UK's experimental shoegazing scene to its jaunty tunes of Britpop.

    All right, The Verve sometimes have a lack of tunes, but they make up for that with sheer noise.

    The Verve always specialised in squally, feedback-laden guitar licks, coupled with an appreciation of psychedelia bred with top tunes that few bands held true at the time.

    And this was what stunned. And thank God for that. The elegiac Bittersweet Symphony made your reviewer cry with its swelling beauty, and old Verve favourite and rarely-played History made my gig buddy boo-hoo too.

    This was epic indie rock that never failed to please.

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    sourc: sundaymirror.co.uk



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    Saturday, November 10, 2007


      Tune in tonight

    Tune in and chat with your host Zunoasis about LDSMD and other fun Oasis topics. Tonight's Live Call In Show will be recorded and restreamed as part of of the new Live4ever Radio Podcast launching next week.



    Tonight 10pm EST

    Visit here: Live4ever Radio Talkcast ID: 70095

    Call in to the show :

    If you want to talk via telephone, Skype, etc., use your phone to call 724-444-7444 and follow the audio instructions.

    TalkShoe supports some forms of Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) access. Services such as Skype (Skype out), Yahoo and Vonage will work with the TalkShoe service

    All basic services for hosts, participants, and listeners are FREE. HELP & FAQs.



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    Friday, November 09, 2007


      David Hasslehoff Recording Oasis Cover




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    Thursday, November 08, 2007


      Fan Sites Face Legal Threats

    [Following post has nothing to do with Oasis sites; I just hope I don't get sued for publishing this photo..........]


    Prince has threatened to take legal action against fan-run websites unless they remove photographs of him.

    A fan group, Prince Fans United, claims the star is trying to "stifle all critical commentary" and he is in "violation of the freedom of speech".

    But Web Sheriff, the UK firm the pop star has hired to enforce the ban, said it was "not an attack on fans".

    In September, Prince took action against video sharing website YouTube to remove clips of his London concerts.

    'Voluntary and unpaid'

    He is now hoping to have any album covers, images of him in concert and any lyrics removed.

    "The dispute, in so far as there is one, is related to the use of photographs and images of Prince, many of which are Prince's copyright," said John Giacobbi, managing director of Web Sheriff.

    "At the end of the day it's the artist's decision as to what they're happy to let people have," he added.

    However, a spokesman for Prince Fans United, who asked to remain anonymous for legal reasons, denied the sites had done anything wrong.

    The websites are run by fans, therefore it is an attack on fans

    Prince Fans United spokesman

    "We respect copyright laws always. However about 80% of the images on the websites are not copyright owned by Prince," he said.

    "For example there are photos taken of him in concert where the copyright remains with the photographer."

    Tight security

    Prince Fans United was formed by housequake.com, Princefams.com and Prince.org, to fight back.

    The spokesman said all the websites were run on a "voluntary unpaid basis" and none of the sites were a "commercial venue".

    He added: "The websites are run by fans, therefore it is an attack on fans."

    During Prince's recent residency at London's O2 arena, fans were banned from taking photographs or video footage on their mobile phones.


    Prince publicly protested against his record company in the 1990s

    Security at the concerts was tight with people's bags being searched for cameras.

    But clips of the singer still appeared online.

    Prince is well-known for being protective of his image.

    In 1990 he fell out with his record company, Warner Brothers, over the ownership of his master tapes.

    He went on to change his name and famously wrote the word "slave" on his cheek during public appearances.

    More recently, in the UK his most recent album, Planet Earth, was given away free with a newspaper.

    Several websites offered copies of the album for download as soon as the paper went on sale - despite the album being sold commercially in the rest of the world.

    source: BBC



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      Nicky Byrne left speechless

    Nicky: Liam is obnoxious

    Westlife's Nicky Byrne has apparently revealed that whilst he loves Oasis he would never want to swap places with Liam Gallagher.

    The Westlife singer has confessed he finds the frontman "obnoxious" - and was shocked when he met him for the first time.

    "I love Oasis, they are proper musicians and songwriters and I'm a fan of their music," he told The Sun.

    "But I'd never want to be Liam - I could never be as obnoxious as him and I couldn't lead his lifestyle.

    "I met him once. We'd only just started out and we assumed all pop and rock stars would be nice to each other. We were naive.

    "We were at the opening of a Tommy Hilfiger store in London and we saw Liam and said, 'We're from Westlife, Ronan Keating's new band'.

    "He looked at us, and just went, 'F*** off'. Nowadays I'd probably give something back but I was just left speechless."

    source: metro.co.uk



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      Back In The Studio



    Monday 5th November saw Oasis re-enter the studio to continue work on their seventh studio album with producer David Sardy in London.

    Look out for updates on their progress on oasisinet.

    Source: oasisinet



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    Wednesday, November 07, 2007


      Party time for Liam and Kate Moss

    The Primrose Hill lot were out in force on Monday night, presumably staying ahead of the pack by trying to make it their new Saturday.

    It all started with those high-living stalwarts Kate Moss, 33, and Davina Taylor at the Clifton pub near Abbey Road in north London.

    There they were joined by Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher, 35, no doubt drawn in by the famous Beatles landmark - but left ahead of him to head back to 29-year-old Davina's gaff.

    He followed and when Kate's new fella, Jamie Hinch, 39, arrived with a guitar a party was born.

    Liam Gallagher stayed at the party until 4.30am

    Source: Daily Star
    via Stopcryingyourheartout.com



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      The Cool List 2007

    The Cool List of 2007 is in this weeks copy of the NME on sale now!

    Wan't to have your say and tell us who should make the top 10 list ? VOTE HERE

    Noel Gallagher is a new entry at number 16 in this years chart.

    16 - Noel Gallagher, Oasis

    In a relatively quiet year for Oasis, their mainman has still found time to tango with Beth Ditto at their Brits aftershow, play some spellbinding solo shows and give birth to a son who he recently told us is "gonna take over the world, just like his dad did". Not that we should have to qualify his position in the list: It's Noel Gallagher.

    The Top 10

    10 - Kieth Richards, The Rolling Stones
    09 - Beth Ditto, The Gossip
    08 - Amy Winehouse
    07 - Kate Nash
    06 - Alex Turner, Arctic Monkeys
    05 - Lethal Bizzle
    04 - Ryan Jarman, The Cribs
    03 - Lovefoxx, CSS
    02 - Jamie Reynold, The Klaxons
    01 - Frank Carter, Gallows

    See the full list in this weeks magazine.

    source: NME Magazine via stopcryingyourheartout.com



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    Tuesday, November 06, 2007


      New Oasis DVD in US and Canadian Stores Today



    Today Oasis release 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' on DVD.

    What happens when a film maker follows one of the world’s biggest bands on a year long world tour? What happens when the film maker is granted unique access to that band, is present for the ups and downs, the moments of greatness and the periods of the same interview in 10 different languages in as many days? What happens when that band is Oasis, travelling across 26 countries on their biggest world tour to date playing to a total of over 2 million people?

    The answer is ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’, a double DVD set that not only gives you the definitive feature length documentary seen in selected cinemas last year, but also the option of voice over commentaries from the band, a Noel Gallagher Q & A session with fans from New York City, out takes from the film, and a second 90 minute bonus disc capturing the band’s homecoming show at the City of Manchester Stadium together with footage sent in by fans from around the world who attended that show. If you wanted to know what the members of Oasis make of their lives on tour and their audience, then the answers are on these two discs.

    Directed by Baillie Walsh who has previously worked with Massive Attack (he made ‘Safe From Harm’), Spiritualised, New Order and Kylie’s Slow, and is now working on a film with Daniel Craig, this DVD set is a compendium of Oasis entertainment par excellence.

    ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ contents:

    Disc One:
    • Feature length documentary tour film ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ in stereo and surround sound.
    • Bonus audio commentary – Noel, Liam, Andy and Gem guide you through the film with their recollections of the tour.
    • A Noel Gallagher Q&A session with fans runs alongside out-takes from the film.

    Bonus Disc:
    • Oasis live at City of Manchester Stadium on 2nd July 2005 – sixteen classic tracks shot in HD with stereo and surround sound.
    • Disc 2 also features unique footage and pictures sent in by fans who attended the concert.



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    Monday, November 05, 2007


      Win Cool Oasis Stuff !

    Wanna win the new Oasis rockumentary film called “Lord Don’t Slow Me Down”? If so, listen up kids.
    Here’s the drill, send em email to jon@buddyhead.com with the subject “I need OASIS” and tell him why you need this Oasis DVD more than everyone else emailing him. Make sure to include your full name and complete address. Jon will be picking five very lucky winners in the next two weeks or so who will be mailed free Oasis shit. It really doesn’t get much better than that in your mailbox… trust me.

    Lord Don’t Slow Me Down” comes out November 6th, 2007 (US) and is basically a look back on Oasis’ Don’t Believe the Truth world tour which took place from May 2005 to March 2006. Here’s what’s on the DVD:

    Disc One:

    * Feature length documentary tour film ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’ in stereo and surround sound. · Bonus audio commentary - Noel, Liam, Andy and Gem guide you through the film with their recollections of the tour. · A Noel Gallagher Q&A session with fans runs alongside out-takes from the film.

    Bonus Disc:

    * Oasis live at City of Manchester Stadium on 2nd July 2005 - sixteen classic tracks shot in HD with stereo and surround sound. · Bonus Disc also features unique footage and pictures sent in by fans who attended the concert.

    Out of the five winners, one of them is going to be a full-on champion cuz they’re also gonna get a “prize pack”. We’ve got one prize pack available, which contains every Oasis full length in their catalog. Read em’ and weep.

    Prize Pack:

    1 - Lord Don’t Slow Me Down DVD
    1 - Definitely Maybe CD
    1 - (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? CD
    1 - Be Here Now CD
    1 - The Masterplan CD
    1 - Standing On The Shoulders of Giants CD
    1 - Heathen Chemistry CD
    1 - Don’t Believe The Truth CD
    1 - Stop The Clocks CD


    Brought to you by www.buddyhead.com

    And here’s another chance to win. Be among the first to win the new tour DVD of the band infamous for its dueling Gallaghers. Enter to win your chance for the double DVD documentary leaving a comment HERE...

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    Sunday, November 04, 2007


      L4Eradio.com launches next week!


    Join us for our first live show!


    To mark the recent release of Lord Don't Slow Me Down, I'd thought maybe a bunch of fans would like to get together to discuss the DVD on a live show to be included with the first episode of the L4ERadio podcast. Anything's open for discussion; comments, criticisms etc. Of course, I'm by no means limiting the conversation to just the DVD. If you'd like to be a part of the show, I've provided some information below. - Tom

    To find the Live Call in Show:

    Go to Talkshoe.com, and create a user account. It's quick, easy and free.

    On Saturday night visit the :Live4EverRadio Talkcast page.
    You can just call in, take part in call/chat, or just listen along.

    Check out the FAQ section if you have any questions, and to learn more about Talkshoe and how it works


    Info:

    When : 11/10/2007 10:00 PM EST

    Where: :L4Eradio Talkcast page.

    How to call in: (724) 444-7444

    Talkcast ID: 70095


    The Show's Host: Tom (L4e member: Zunoasis)

    Listen to the first Podcast next week here: L4eradio Podcast

    L4e Radio homepage : L4Eradio.com



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      Gallery : On Tour with Oasis




    We hope there's straight vodka in there, otherwise our faith in you is gone... A still from Oasis' new DVD 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down', out on Monday .

    For more great images visit the NME online Gallery Here



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    Friday, November 02, 2007


      MSN releases further LDSMD Concert Clips

    Watch a preview of the new Oasis DVD 'Lord Don't Slow Me Down' with MSN In Concert, click here to watch seven of the songs from the 2nd night at The City Of Manchester Stadium in July 2005 .

    Also you can also still watch highlights from an acoustic show with Noel Gallagher and Gem Archer from Paris by clicking here.

    Source: msninconcert.msn.com



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    Thursday, November 01, 2007


      Definitely Maybe Hitched

    Sara Cox claims pals Liam and Nicole are married

    Rock Demon Liam Gallagher and his other half Nicole Appleton have got married - apparently! And about time too, as they've been together so long and make such a fab couple.

    The news broke when Sara Cox let slip the secret on her radio show last week, saying: 'Congratulations to Liam and Nicole. They got spliced on the weekend. They did it with no one around. I'm really happy for them.'

    And if you look at closely at the pictures of the happy couple hanging out with Natalie Appleton and Liam Howlett in Disneyland, California, they are indeed wearing rings on their wedding digits. But the news shouldn't have come as much of a surprise.

    Nicole recently said: 'Yes, we will get married. Of course we will. Things are so great between us that it will just happen when it does. We haven't planned anything and we are really, really happy - the happiest we've ever been together. There's no pressure from our parents to get married, but when we go to friends' weddings, I think, I want to do this.

    Nicole has also let slip that while Liam may be the big man in front of the cameras, when he's at home he's something of a pussy cat! 'When I see him strutting onto the stage I don't recognise him,' she says. 'He's like a lion-tamer and with a crack of the whip he controls the fans. He can't do that to me.

    At home, I'm the lion-tamer!'

    Source: OK Magazine via stopcryingyourheartout.com



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