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    Monday, June 30, 2008


      New Album Details Exclusive

    Stopcryingyourheartout.com and Live4ever.us can now reveal one more album track for the highly anticipated new Oasis record "Dig Out Your Soul" which will be hitting the stores on October 6th. Oasis had announced that the first single to make its debut will be named " The Shock of the Lightning "

    We can now tell you that another song is called " Get Off Your High Horse ( Lady ) " and that Stop the Clocks will likely be the discs closing track.

    Although this news has been forwarded to us from a reliable inside source both scyho and l4e can not vouch for the detail's complete authenticity.

    via L4E



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    Sunday, June 29, 2008


      Noel Blatantly Misquoted on Jay Z Thing ?

    Noel Gallagher joined Russell Brand on his weekly BBC Radio 2 in the studio for nearly a hour and a half last night for the usual shenanigans.

    He spoke about a range of subjects including the new Oasis album 'Dig Out Your Soul' and said the name is from Gem's lyrics, he also talked about UK tour dates in November.

    The 'Silver Clef' award at this year's Silver Clef Luncheon in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy on Friday that all the band will be attending.

    Brother Liam's Tea making skills, Ricky Hatton, George Michael's boyfriend and Noel claimed he was "blatantly" misquoted on the Jay Z thing, and that it's all been taken wrong - said he'd met him once before and he was a nice bloke and more.

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    via L4E / source BBC



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    Saturday, June 28, 2008


      Westwood One Interview with Jay-Z on Glasto



    This Just In:

    Jay Z covers Wonderwall to open his Glastonbury Set:



    Jay-Z was headlining the Pyramid Stage in a move which evoked mixed reactions from festival diehards.

    Many - including Oasis's Noel Gallagher - had spoken out against the decision to give the world-famous hip-hop artist the premier Saturday night slot. But others welcomed the move, calling it progressive and exciting.

    In the end, the debate over the Glastonbury line-up was proved to be nonsense. Jay-Z, the first hip-hop artist to headline the festival, pulled it off. Was there ever any real doubt? He is the world's greatest living rapper, has sold over 50 million records and hardly struggles with his confidence. He could have been talking about Glastonbury when he rapped 'This ain't a tall order, this is nothing to me'.

    His set opened with a video montage based around Noel Gallagher's infamous exclamation 'I'm not having hip-hop at Glastonbury' with misappropriated soundbites from everyone from Barack Obama to Gordon Brown. Gallagher is usually remarkably astute, but he may live to regret that comment. In Jay-Z's restrained public response, he said: 'We don't play guitars, Noel, but hip-hop has put in its work like any other form of music'. Striding out on stage to Oasis's 'Wonderwall', with a guitar slung round his neck, was a masterstroke.

    Some critics had blamed Jay-Z for the festival failing to sell out for the first time in years. The truth is, Glastonbury has never sold on the strength of the line-up: previous years have sold out before the bill was announced. And if any blame is to be afforded the headliners, it should be because they are all playing other UK festivals.


    via L4E / source: timwestwoodtv, The Guardian



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    Friday, June 27, 2008


      Noel Gallagher Talks About New Songs to BBC


    Noel Gallagher talks about 3 new songs on the new Oasis album " Dig Out Your Soul". He had a brief chat with the folks on the Ken Bruce Show of BBC Radio 2 yesterday morning.

    via L4e / thanks 32shutout



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      Jay -Z Doesn't Care What Noel Thinks

    “Never underestimate the power of hip-hop – what it can do, what we can do,” says Jay-Z defiantly.

    He is, of course, talking about his controversial headline slot at this weekend’s Glastonbury Festival, a booking that’s been the talking point of the summer.

    The first rapper to headline the festival in its 38-year history, his booking has been met with criticism and blamed for poor ticket sales after the three-day event failed to sell out.

    But tomorrow night, Jay-Z — who festival organiser Emily Eavis describes as “the greatest living hip-hop artist” — is hoping to silence his critics when he takes to the Pyramid Stage.

    Interviews with the Brooklyn rapper are rare but he’s agreed to an exclusive chat with us and when he calls from Norway, where he is headlining Hovefestivalen, SFTW find him in a confident mood.

    He says: “I am excited about playing Glastonbury. I feel like a new artist again, playing in front of new people as an unproven artist. I love that. I love going out there to show a new crowd just what you can do.

    “I just want people there to have an open mind. Don’t judge me ’til you see me. Don’t knock the power of hip-hop.”

    When it was announced in February that Jay-Z would top the Glastonbury bill, it seemed everyone had an opinion. Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher was the most vocal saying: “Glastonbury has a tradition of guitar music. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it.

    “I’m sorry but Jay-Z? No chance. I’m not having hip-hop at Glastonbury. It’s wrong.”

    But Jay-Z doesn’t care what Noel thinks.

    When someone makes judgments like that, they are kind of ignorant. Yeah, I have heard Noel’s music, but I have never seen him or Oasis play so I can’t say whether his show is rubbish. Until I see him perform, I can’t really give an opinion on him.

    “But I don’t think he has ever seen me perform — I should send him a ticket.”

    And Jay-Z — real name Shawn Carter — isn’t letting the commotion dent his enthusiasm for his big night. He explains: “I have a saying, ‘What people think about you is none of your business’. That’s why I am not taking notice. I’m ready for my show and the rest is ridiculous.”......


    via L4E / source: The Sun



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    Thursday, June 26, 2008


      So ' What's The Story ' NME?

    NME recently had a contest to see which song would launch the new NME radio station. Oasis were leading all votes with What's the Story Morning Glory as Polls closed. But to our surprise a Muse song won (how that happened nobody at NME fucking cares to explain)

    It seems that our buddies at the largest Coldplay forum had a plan in place on how to topple Oasis from #1

    Coldplay fans were urged to give Oasis the lowest number (1) and use an autorefresh program to cast Coldplay votes. Although they failed in winning the contest one can only wonder what other sites went through to get their results......

    Forum Thread


    Stopcryingyourheartout.com posted a comment on their blog as to why Oasis had not been the first song played on it's radio.

    They emailed The NME and have yet to get a reply as to why the voting was not stopped at 5PM as it stated on the NME website.

    Loads of Oasis fans emailed in the NME yesterday on various other sites and forums, and as yet none have received reply.

    read some comments on SCYHO here



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      Sushi and a "Roll WIth It" ?

    DID he ask for a (sushi) roll with it?

    That’s the question Insider just couldn’t resist, when it heard Noel Gallagher had played an impromptu gig at Japanese restaurant Sapporo Teppanyaki.

    Apparently the Oasis legend was more than happy to entertain staff and fellow diners at the Duke Street eaterie when he popped in for the second time in a month.

    An insider reports: "The guys came into the restaurant a couple of times and they were really friendly.

    "Noel was very nice and after he had something to eat, he got his guitar out and started playing. He even shook hands with a couple of businessmen who were also having lunch that day."

    Noel is clearly loving the Capital of Culture right now. After spending the weekend in the city celebrating his 41st birthday, he’s since been spotted drinking with mates, including Oasis guitarist Gem, in Ye Cracke and also laughing at the David Beckham posters in the window of Pink bar on Victoria Street.

    Insider spies have also seen him at the Hard Day’s Night Hotel, Mathew Street, the Metropolitan and Bumper.


    Knebworth 11-08-96

    via L4e / source: Liverpool Echo



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    Tuesday, June 24, 2008


      NEW ALBUM & SINGLE DETAILS ANNOUNCED

    The Shock Of The Lightning’ new single out September 29th

    ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ new album out October 6th

    Oasis are set to return later this year with a new single and their seventh studio album. The single,‘The Shock Of The Lightning’ is released on September 29th and the album, ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ follows in October; it is the first new Oasis music since last year’s ‘Lord Don’t Slow Me Down’, taken from the on the road film of the same name. ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ sees Dave Sardy return to the producer’s chair following his work on their 2005 album, ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’. Recorded at Abbey Road and mixed in Los Angeles, all four members once again contribute tracks, but the recording marks a new approach for the band as described by the band’s principle songwriter, Noel:

    “I wanted to write music that had a groove; not songs that followed that traditional pattern of verse, chorus and middle eight. I wanted a sound that was more hypnotic; more driving. Songs that would draw you in, in a different way. Songs that you would maybe have to connect to - to feel.”

    The lead single is still unmistakably Oasis, a Noel penned song with Liam’s immediately familiar voice to the fore underlining their distinctive brand of finger in the socket rock ’n’ roll.

    ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’ may well represent the most recognisable Oasis song on the album but, again, the new approach on ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ was present on this lead track as Noel explains:

    “If ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’ sounds instant and compelling to you, it’s because it was written dead fast. And recorded dead fast. ‘The Shock of The Lightning’ basically is the demo. And it has retained its energy. And there’s a lot to be said for that, I think. The first time you record something is always the best.”

    ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ will be the first album released on the band’s own Big Brother label worldwide.

    Stay tuned for more breaking news..

    via L4E / source: oasisinet



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      Oasis deny Blue LP title

    Oasis have denied that their new album will be called Blue Moon.

    Liam Gallagher told PS reader Malcolm Marsh that the album would be named Blue Moon after his beloved Manchester City, when Marsh bumped into him at a pub in North London.

    Oasis's PR said: "Liam was joking. We do know the proper album title, and it isn't that. We will be revealing the album's real details shortly."

    source: teletext.co.uk



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    Monday, June 23, 2008


      The Who Sole Honorees @ VH1 Rock Honors

    The Who have had in iconic career, boasting membership in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, UK Music Hall of Fame and the Grammy Hall of Fame among countless other honors. With classic albums like Tommy and always-current songs like “My Generation,” it’s no wonder the folks at VH1 have chosen to single them out as the sole honoree for the third annual VH1 Rock Honors. Airing, Thursday July 17 at 9pm ET/PT, The Who will perform along with tribute performances by Pearl Jam, Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips and the recently-announced Incubus.

    Imitation truly is the greatest form of flattery, and there has been no shortage of bands covering The Who from thirty years ago to the present. From David Bowie to Green Day, bands of all genres and caliber have set out to honor The Who in live shows and televised performances. Check out Oasis paying tribute to “My Generation” on Jools Holland below , and visit Rock.VH1.com for classic videos from The Who and info on VH1 Rock Honors.



    via L4E / source: Filter Magazine



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      Album Title Leaked ?

    Well it could just be one of those clever marketing ploys to get folks talking about the new unreleased Oasis album but our UK editor at StopCryingYourHeartOut has been getting hints from various credible sources that the new Oasis album is called Dig out your Soul. Perhaps just a working title or the Chief having some fun with the Press and bloggers like us? We'll find out soon enough when the new disc is set to hit the stores in the end of September / beginning of October .....stay tuned.

    via L4E



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      Happy Birthday Bonehead



    Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs, born 23 June 1965 (43 Today), Burnage, Manchester, England and is one of the founding members of English rock group Oasis and rhythm guitar player from 1991-1999.


    Oasis with Bonehead live on the White Room UK Channel 4 TV prog. 17 April 1995

    via L4E / video source: Dommer73



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    Sunday, June 22, 2008


      Oasis vs R.E.M Mashup Video

    A nicely done Mashup featuring the British and US legends.



    The Morning Glory I Love

    via L4E / source: DryDockMusicVideo



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      Help Oasis' Classic Launch NME Radio

    Four bands are currently jostling for position in the vote to decide the first song that will be played on NME Radio.The station launches next week, at 11am on June 24, and we're asking you to pick the first song that gets played.

    Currently, Muse's 'Knights Of Cydonia', Oasis 'Morning Glory', The Beatles 'Strawberry Fields Forever' and Blur's 'Song 2' are fighting it out at the top of the online poll.

    There is only a day to go before the poll closes at 5pm (UK) Monday (June 23).

    To have your say, click here and cast your vote NOW...

    Current top 4

    Muse - 'Knights Of Cydonia' - Current Rating: 4.87
    Oasis - 'Morning Glory' - Current Rating: 4.25
    The Beatles - 'Strawberry Fields Forever' - Current Rating: 4.24
    Blur - 'Song 2' - Current Rating: 4.23

    via L4E / source : NME.com



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    Saturday, June 21, 2008


      What's Exactly Is a Champagne Supernova ?

    In praise of ....bad Lyrics

    Even before the English professor Christopher Ricks compared Dylan to Keats, it was plain that some pop songwriters produced work a lot more wholesome than bubblegum. Today this paper begins a series celebrating the poetic end of the market. But there is a place for bad lyrics too, not least because - as recent correspondence to this paper apparently proves - they also lodge in the brain.

    Who could forget Shakira's assertion that "my breasts are small and humble / so you don't confuse them with mountains"? Her song is an example of a subset of lyrics that, frankly, struggle to come to terms with the English language.

    It is not to be confused with that genre formally known as gibberish, whose best exponent is Noel Gallagher: "Slowly walking down the hall / Faster than a cannonball." (While we are about it, what exactly is a Champagne Supernova?)

    Some pop songs just give up, such as America's Horse With No Name: "There were plants / and birds / and rocks / and things." Indeed. There are also songs that sacrifice poetry for rhyme, such as the Supremes' tragic news: "Got a telegram / Momma passed away while making home-made jam." Or Des'ree's observation: "I don't want to see a ghost / It's a sight that I fear most / I'd rather have a piece of toast." All these demonstrate the dangers of judging rock and pop by poetic standards. Poetry aims for lapidary insight; the former makes do with fleeting pleasure. Or, as Des'ree puts it: "Life, oh life, oh life, oh life, doo doot doot dooo....

    via L4e / source The Guardian



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    Thursday, June 19, 2008


      More Tickets Released for Canadian Dates

    Due to demand, a limited number of extra quality tickets will be released for the Oasis gigs in Edmonton and Calgary. They go on sale Friday June 20th @ 10AM PST.

    The two dates are part of the band's fast-selling inaugural tour of Canada. The support for all dates, except their headlining appearance at the Virgin Festival, comes from Ryan Adams & the Cardinals.

    29/08/08: Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place: Tickets now on sale at Ticketmaster & Rexall Place Box Office.

    30/08/08: Calgary, AB - Pengrowth Saddledome: Tickets now on sale at Ticketmaster & Pengrowth Saddledome Box Office.

    via L4E / Source: www.oasisinet.com



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      Oasis Resign with Sony BMG

    Oasis have struck a new long term deal with Sony BMG Entertainment, via their own independent record label, Big Brother Recordings.

    The deal incorporates the bands next three studio albums and the distribution and marketing of their existing catalogue.

    The nature of the deal means Oasis recorded product, new and existing, will be released on Big Brother in all major markets worldwide under a profit share arrangement with Sony BMG.

    Ignition management’s Alec McKinlay brokered the deal with Sony BMG and says he hopes it will provide more flexibility to react to new business opportunities with recorded music .He says, “This is an imaginative and exciting arrangement, which will allow Big Brother to team up with the crème of both the independent and major sectors worldwide to build on Oasis already considerable international success. This allows the band to take advantage of all the opportunities presented by the new business models available today as well as remaining totally in control of their own destiny. We are really pleased that Sony BMG have demonstrated the foresight and courage to engage with the band in this way.”

    Over the course of their career Oasis have sold nearly 50m albums worldwide and have received 151 platinum awards. Since 2000 all releases have come out on their own, independently run label Big Brother Recordings in the UK, amassing over 4m sales. The band's seventh studio album is due out later this year.

    Sony BMG UK chairman and ceo Ged Doherty is delighted with the deal. He says, “Oasis are in complete control of their destiny and could have chosen to sign with anyone - or even go it alone - so I am delighted that they have chosen to continue to work with us. In addition this new arrangement will empower Big Brother to market and release not only the new albums but also the historic catalogue in many other countries of the world so that they can replicate the unparalleled sales and marketing record they have in the UK.”

    via L4E / source: musicweek.com



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      The View cover Oasis Classic at Acoustic Show

    The View play surprise Oasis acoustic show with Babyshambles

    The View's Kyle Falconer played a surprise acoustic show in support of Babyshambles at the Brixton Mass venue last night (June 18).

    Taking the stage at 10:30pm (BST), after being introduced by Babyshambles bassist Drew McConnell, Falconer played an eight-song acoustic set which included an Oasis cover, a new song and hits 'Same Jeans' and 'Superstar Tradesman'.

    As well as the aforementioned two songs Falconer played 'Wasted Little DJs', 'Skag Trendy' and a cover of Oasis 'Don’t Look Back In Anger'.


    Babyshambles performing "Delivery" at Brixton Mass , June 18th

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    Tuesday, June 17, 2008


      Kaiser Chiefs Won't Go Head to Head with Oasis

    KAISER CHIEFS have backed out of a potentially explosive chart battle with OASIS.

    Frontman RICKY WILSON boasted to me that his outfit had swiped the title of most popular band in Britain from NOEL GALLAGHER and his lads.

    With both acts set for big album releases in October, the music industry was getting its Calvin Klein-knickers in a twist over the prospect of them going head-to-head in the charts.

    But now the Kaisers have decided to release their as-yet-untitled third CD a week after Oasis issue their follow-up to 2005’s Don’t Believe The Truth.

    That should mean they both get a week at No1.

    A source revealed: October is shaping up to be a month of big releases. Not only are the Kaisers and Oasis scheduling new albums for that month, but KEANE are too.

    It’s going to be a titanic struggle at the top of the charts and the Kaisers want to get to No1. They think the best way of ensuring that does happen is to release after Oasis and before Keane.

    Last month Ricky told me: Music has moved on and I think we are the band that most music fans would see as the successor to Oasis.

    An old-fashioned head-to-head would have shown beyond doubt which band was top of the pops. So today I’m urging Ricky to rethink his plans.

    Put your hand down your Calvins, find your cojones and release your record on October 6, as Oasis intend to....

    via L4E / source: The Sun



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    Monday, June 16, 2008


      Oasis to tour Mexico in November

    Oasis have announced they will undertake a short Tour of Mexico this November. It marks the band's first shows beyond the capital Mexico City, which they last played in March 2006. It’s anticipated the band will be performing songs from their new studio album, as well as a large selection of old favourites.

    The band will play:

    26th November 2008: Mexico City, Sports Palace
    28th November 2008: Guadalajara, VFG Arena
    29th November 2008: Monterrey, Arena Monterrey


    Oasisinet have secured a Pre-sale.

    The pre-sale starts Thursday 26th June @ 11AM CTS and runs until Friday 27th June @ 8PM CST. The password for the pre-sale is: Oasisinet.

    Tickets for all three of the shows will be available to Banamex Credit Card owners on Monday 30th June from 11AM CST until 10PM CST on Tuesday 1st July.

    Tickets go on general sale from 11AM CST on Wednesday 2nd July from Ticketmaster.

    source: oasisinet.com



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    Sunday, June 15, 2008


      The Enemy revive Oasis' Britpop spirit at Isle Of Wight

    Tom Clarke and co stage amp tribute with rumours Liam Gallagher is on the way

    The Enemy paid tribute to the Isle Of Wight crowd - and Oasis - ' classic Britpop get up, and with rumours that the Manchester band's frontman - and The Enemy's hero - Liam Gallagher was planning to head to the site today, it was clear the band were putting in an extra effort for the receptive festival crowd.

    Clarke added that it was a "privilege" to be on the line-up with the likes of the Sex Pistols and Ian Brown who follow them later at the Isle Of Wight tonight.

    The band then performed 'Happy Birthday Jane' though dedicated to their friend 'Liz', who was celebrating her birthday today.

    They then wrapped up their set with 'You're Not Alone' with Clarke telling the crowd: "I'll see you down the front for the 'Pistols!"

    The Enemy played:

    'Away From Here'
    '40 Days And 40 Nights'
    'Pressure'
    'Technodanceaphobic'
    'Had Enough'
    'Aggro'
    'We'll Live And Die In These Towns'
    'This Song Is About You'
    'It's Not OK'
    'Happy Birthday Jane'
    'You're Not Alone'


    via L4E / source NME.com



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    Saturday, June 14, 2008


      Coldplay Unlikely to Beat Oasis' All Time Sales Record

    Coldplay's new album is on track to become one of the fastest-selling in chart history after 125,000 were bought on day one.

    Viva La Vida, Or Death And All His Friends is Chris Martin and Co's fourth studio album and is expected to shift 400,000 to 500,000 by next weekend.

    A cert to top tomorrow's album charts, it is widely tipped to be the fastest selling record of the year.

    It will be a boost to label EMI, hit by falling CD sales as fans turn to downloads.

    But in the all-time stakes the album is unlikely to beat Oasis's Be Here Now.

    Here are the five most bought albums in their first week in British music history:

    01. Be Here Now - Oasis, 1997 (695,761)
    02. X&Y - Coldplay, 2005 (464,552)
    03. Life for Rent - Dido, 2003 (400,351)
    04. Spirit - Leona Lewis, 2007 (375,872)
    05. Intensive Care - Robbie Williams, 2005 (374,000)


    Via L4E / Source: www.mirror.co.uk



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    Thursday, June 12, 2008


      Jackson 5 - Oasis Mashup



    'Alphabet' mixed with 'Stand By Me'

    via L4E thanks @ riggletino



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      Noel Gallagher Parties in Liverpool

    IT seems Liverpool is capital of celebration for this rock’n’roll star.

    Noel Gallagher spent the weekend in the city celebrating his 41st birthday in style.

    The Oasis guitarist brought a posse of mates from London to stay at the Hope Street Hotel and eat at the London Carriage Works and pal Jamie Carragher’s Cafe Sports England, before going for a stroll down Mathew Street.

    The Beatles were better than we'll ever be,” says the mono-browed Mancunian. “I think they were a far more innovative band than we'll ever be. The Beatles are still my heroes.”

    Noel has always been a fan of the city’s music scene. He snapped up Shack for his Sour Mash record label, championed Howie Payne and donated his recording studio for free so The Coral could make their last album.

    And he’s not averse to playing a surprise gig or two in town, having played a small concert at the Zanzibar as a favour to friends The Bandits.

    It just goes to show – who needs Manchester when you’ve got Liverpool?

    via L4E / source: Liverpool Echo



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    Tuesday, June 10, 2008


      Oasis Album News From Clash Magazine




    via L4E / source Edith Bowman , Clash Magazine ; thanks @ l4e member heathens



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    Monday, June 09, 2008


      New Canadian Tour Date Added

    LONDON, ONTARIO DATE CAPS OFF OASIS CANADIAN TOUR

    Oasis have added one last date to their fast-selling inaugural Canadian tour. They will play the John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario on 9th September. This will be the band's first visit to the city.

    As with the rest of the tour, Ryan Adams and the Cardinals will provide support.

    Oasisinet have been able to secure pre-sale tickets for the fans. The password is: Oasisinet

    The pre-sale begins Tuesday, June 10th @ 10AM EST and ends Wednesday, June 11th @ 10PM EST.

    Tickets go on general sale Thursday, June 12th @ 10AM EST from John Labatt Centre, Live Nation, Fanshawe College BizBooth, The Bookstore at Western and Books Plus.

    via L4E / source: Oasisinet



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      From the Oasis Video Vault



    1996 MTV Music Awards, NYC ; Oasis "Champagne SuperNova"

    via L4E



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    Friday, June 06, 2008


      Oasis to be Honored with Silver Clef Award

    The exceptional achievements of Oasis will be recognised with the prestigious award at this year’s O2 Silver Clef Luncheon in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy, which is due to take place on Friday July 4 July at London’s Park Lane Hilton hotel.

    Seven other awards will be presented during the luncheon including best british band. Last year’s event saw Paul Weller walk away with the Silver Clef Award.

    The Silver Clef Lunch has brought together the cream of the current music scene with the people behind the hits of the day for over 30 years, raising more than £7 million for Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in the process.

    Recipients of Awards over the years range from classic rock acts to the emerging bands of the day and have included the Rolling Stones, The Who, U2, Razorlight, Morrissey, Kaiser Chiefs, Editors, Dido, Girls Aloud, Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney and Elton John, Foo Fighters, Paul Weller and Ozzy Osbourne.


    The Awards form part of a special day in the music social calendar that include a champagne reception, three-course lunch, Award Ceremony and charity auction of unique music memorabilia and other money can’t buy items. All Award Winners attend the lunch, and amongst this year’s winners will be Oasis, the others will be memorable surprises!!

    via L4E / source: Nordoff-Robbins



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      Kaiser Chiefs blame Booze and Bad Journalism for Wilson Quotes

    Bandmate sticks up for Ricky Wilson

    Kaiser Chiefs have said that a story printed in the Sun about them is not entirely true.

    As previously reported, Ricky Wilson was quoted by the paper saying that Oasis were out of touch and Kaiser Chiefs were ready to replace them.

    However, speaking on the band's blog, drummer Nick Hodgson has suggested the story is not correct.

    Hodgson explained: "The way I see it is Ricky was out, started talking to some guy. He didn't know he was a journalist (he didn't have a voice recorder or a notepad - which explains why the quotes from Ricky didn't sound like him at all)."

    The drummer then added that Wilson may have said that Oasis have disappeared up their own asses, but he definitely didn't say the Kaiser Chiefs were going to replace them.

    "He [Wilson] said that Oasis had disappeared....., which is fair enough conversation material on a late-night boozy do," wrote Hodgson. "But the rest sounds like a load of made up in the morning journalistic interpretation. All the stuff about music fans seeing us as Oasis' successors - and how Ricky thinks the vocals are really shaping up. Crazy talk. The vocals are awful, only joking, they're lovely."

    via L4E / source: NME.com



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    Thursday, June 05, 2008


      Nicole and Liam Gallagher on F Word



    Nicole and Liam guest star on potty mouth Gordon Ramsay's cooking show.

    via L4E thanks @ L4E member Jono



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      Top 20 Oasis Songs Run Down Show

    DJ Tom Earle currently CO-Hosts a radio show on Saturday afternoons on Phoenix FM, which is a local radio station in Essex and is also available on the internet @ www.phoenixfm.com

    The station is currently running a series of shows to decide certain bands top 20 all time songs . Tom and co host Anna Patching are featuring Oasis this weekend.

    Fill in the link below and vote for your top Oasis songs ever, and tune in or listen live on the internet from 10pm till Midnight on June 7th!

    PHOENIX FM


    Via L4E



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    Tuesday, June 03, 2008


      What is the Greatest Album Ever ?

    What is the greatest ever album, the best film or the most loved novel?

    The old arguments that have forever raged in pubs and round dinner tables will be settled once and for all with the launch of a ground-breaking website www.pollthepeople.com - the first evolving global poll of albums, films and books.

    Everyone can have their say and make their opinion count, as well as finding other users with similar choices. Titles can be purchased at the touch of a key.

    It’s the brainchild of digital music mogul Glenn Cooper, who says: “Poll the People was borne out of frustration with the endless stream of magazine, TV and online polls where results were based on a very limited survey.”

    “We saw an opportunity to combine the global obsession with polls and Top 5 list-making with the increasingly popular world of online communities to create a truly definitive survey based wholly on public opinion.” The public can also vote for the new polls they would like to see on the site - eg greatest footballers, hotels, restaurants, gadgets and even beauty products.

    There are also discussions about creating an innovative television show format and putting “Poll The People Top 50 Rated” stickers on all albums, DVDs and books that YOU decide are among the very best.

    To celebrate the launch, Nick Hornby, the godfather of Top 5s who popularised the concept in his bestselling novel Hi-Fidelity, has contributed his Top 5 albums, films and books to the Celebrity Top 5s section, alongside the likes of Snow Patrol, Keane, Michael Eavis and Newton Faulkner. visit www.pollthepeople.com for more info

    via L4E



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      Liam Gallagher set to give Gordon Ramsay a hard time

    Rocker Liam Gallagher leaves Gordon Ramsay boiling mad when he sneers: “Me missus is a better effing cook than you!”

    The Oasis wildman is less than impressed with the dishes served up by fiery Scot Gordon on his F Word show tonight.

    And gobby Liam couldn’t resist sticking the knife in, telling him: “Your cooking is bobbins.”

    The word is Manchester rhyming slang for lousy, as in bobbins o’ cotton ... rotten.

    Liam is one of 50 dining guests on tonight’s show. And he loyally sticks up for the culinary skills of his wife, All Saints babe Nicole Appleton, 33, when she takes on Gordon.

    She rustles up a starter of pasta and clams, followed by spiced pork chops with sweet potatoes and apple tart. And Liam tells Nicole she has beaten Gordon easily. After tucking in, he tells Ramsay, 41: “Me missus does a better sweet potato than you do.”

    Liam, 35, sporting a new haircut himself, also takes a swipe at Gordon’s barnet. He says: “You look like you’ve been electrocuted or struck by lightning!”

    Later Liam admits that he isn’t as wild as he used to be because the hangovers last longer as he gets older. He says: “It takes me longer to recover from nights out.”

    Ramsay’s spokesman said: “Gordon thought Liam’s comments were hilarious.”

    Also on the show is former Home Secretary David Blunkett, 60. He reveals that PM Gordon Brown, 57, “doesn’t have time for food” and lives on takeaways.

    * The F Word is on Channel 4 tonight, 9pm (UK Only)

    via L4E / source: dailystar.co.uk



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    Monday, June 02, 2008


      Chris Martin's got issues.....

    Chris Martin says Coldplay's duet with Kylie Minogue was axed from their new album because the Australian songbird made them 'too sexy' – something his band aren't ready to be.

    Comeback Chris also says the pop princess took control of writing the collaboration, while the band were challenged with the task of designing the singer's outfits.

    Asked why the band didn't include her duet on new album 'Viva La Vida', Martin tells the new Q Radio station, 'Well it's just too sexy, at this point we cannot be that sexy…'

    Chris Martin says Coldplay's duet with Kylie Minogue was axed from their new album because the Australian songbird made them 'too sexy' – something his band aren't ready to be.

    Comeback Chris also says the pop princess took control of writing the collaboration, while the band were challenged with the task of designing the singer's outfits.

    Asked why the band didn't include her duet on new album 'Viva La Vida', Martin tells the new Q Radio station, 'Well it's just too sexy, at this point we cannot be that sexy…'

    Despite excluding the work, Martin, heaped praise on 40-something Kylie, saying, 'It's a song called 'Lunar' and Kylie is particularly brilliant on it'.

    Joking about their work dynamic Martin said, 'She writes most of our stuff and we design most of her outfits'.

    Martin insists Kylie's efforts will one day hit the airwaves, saying, ''It will 100% see the light of day and I'm going to tell you exclusively that it will be on a record that we will put out at the end of next year.'

    Meanwhile, the singer has waded into the Jay-Z Glastonbury row sparked by Noel Gallagher, calling him and others 'idiots'.

    'It's just proof that a great portion of the world are idiots. I don't even know where the controversy started, it probably started from two people on a computer who don't really know what they're talking about.'

    You can hear the interview on Q Radio station at 6.30pm available on DAB.

    via L4E / Source: Metro



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      L4E Forum Update

    Over the weekend our forum's host experienced a network outage affecting multiple servers following a fire at its facilities. Crews have been working around the clock to get the units back on line. L4E's forum was located on a server in the most heavily damaged area. We are expecting to be back online in the next 24 hours or so. Thanks for your patience !

    Update: All Data has been transferred and the forum is back on line. Visit HERE



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