Live4ever Media LLC (NYC / Leeds) are purveyors of new music, daily news, exclusive features and photo galleries on the world’s best Indie bands.
Live4ever also produces and promotes high quality live music events, and is enjoying a growing industry-wide reputation for both discovering and showcasing new bands.
Among the network of websites published are the acclaimed Live4ever and The Oasis Newsroom, the web’s most popular site reporting on the brothers Gallagher.
Live4ever was founded by 3-time Emmy Award winning cameraman and concert photographer, Paul Bachmann. Senior editor Dave Smith is based in Leeds, England and heads up Live4ever’s UK content, as well as overseeing all writing assignments for the site.
“I love Live4ever – It’s a great site and always bang on the button!”
Hey Liam and Noel Gallagher: You're No Ricky Martin
Oasis have had a few insults hurled their way over the years but Cristiano Ronaldo has delivered the best one yet.
The ex Manchester Utd ace, an unpopular lad in the sky-blue half of the city, reckons the band aren't a patch on Latino pop singer Ricky Martin.
The Real Madrid star has been locked in a rib-tickling exchange with the Manc lads after he revealed his desire to get them to play a private gig.
NOEL replied that he always knew the Portuguese winger had great taste but the £80million world record signing would never be able to afford them.
I have nothing but respect for Ronaldo for playing ball by chipping in yet again with a put-down Mr Big would have been proud of.
He said: "If Noel or Liam want to let me know what they charge for a private gig, they can give me a call or let you guys know and you can pass the message on.
"I mean it can't be that expensive can it? They're no Ricky Martin."
Live Forever or Living La Vida Loca? No comparison.
Ronaldo was keen to point out the deep pockets at his new club. He added: "If Oasis think we can't afford them they should come to the Madrid training ground and see some of the cars.
"The lads here don't mind spending their money. If I explained to the boys how good Oasis are, I think we could get a whip round going and come up with the fee pretty easily.
"I think KAKA would love them. He has very good taste." Ronaldo originally said he thought Oasis were the best British band of all time, far better than The Beatles.
He said he would love to have the Gallaghers over to the Bernabeu to see his first La Liga mega match, Real Madrid v Barcelona.
Ronaldo added: "As for the Real Madrid v Barca tickets, we can sort them out no problem, but I would have to insist that they closed with Champagne Supernova. For that I will make sure they are in seats on the halfway line.
"You can let them know that I won't be coming to their beloved City as well.
"I love it here in Madrid and there will only ever be one club in Manchester for me."
New Liam Gallagher Pretty Green Items Available For Preorder
Pretty Green Polo & Monkey Jacket Pre-Orders
The Pretty Green Polo and Monkey Jackets are now available for members to pre-order.
The Polo is a sports classic re-invented using a super-fine, lightweight Egyptian cotton to give a more sophisticated and refined look and feel to the traditional polo shirt. Finished with an embroidered chest badge and laser etched Pretty Green buttons hand-stitched with contrast colour thread.
The Pretty Green Monkey Jacket is a quintessential light-weight sports jacket. Made from the highest quality shower-resistant cotton and nylon fabric, it has a unique retro style that sets it apart from the rest. Features hem and cuff adjusters, corozo pullers on the front and pocket zips, and Pretty Green engraved buttons.
Phew. Just back from that whistle stop tour of the far east. Japan, South Korea and Hong Kong. 5 days. 2 gigs. Lots of noodles and a million air miles. My phone didn't work out there and I wasn't keeping notes so you'll have to do with what I can remember, which doesn't bode well. Here goes.
At Heathrow, on the way out, I bumped into that Jenson Button. He's a racing car driver. A famous one. Pretty good too, by all accounts. And I seen that Stephen Fry. He's famous for knowing pretty much everything.
Got hassled by a man (I think it was a man!) in a kilt. Who wasn't famous or Scottish, just annoying. The flight was mobbed. Watched that film about that heavy metal band "Anvil". Fuckin' funny. Metal is though, innit?
Was met at the airport by that girl who invented the "Noel Or Die" sign. Only now she's made t-shirts. With me as a Simpsons character who looks more like Tom Hanks!! Do I look like Tom Hanks?
Tokyo was hot, damp and humid. Tried to stay awake by shopping my bollocks off. It was a minor success. Had some noodles - real ones - and went to bed. So far, so good. Had a great kip. Unbelievable. 10 hours! A personal best.
Man City was on the BBC World News for meeting that Nelson Mandela!!! MAN CITY!! No one gave a monkey's 'bout Man City 6 months ago, now we're on the news meeting world leaders! Now that is mental.
Still hot and humid, only now it's raining, and I mean raining. Monsoon gear. Biblical.
Missed the train to the gig. No panic. They literally run every 3 minutes. Got to that Fuji Rock just in time to see my old mate and soul brother #1, Paul Weller. Hadn't seen him play since May. He was well psychedelic. It pissed down all the way through his set. Good though.
Had to drive back to Tokyo after. 3 c**ting hours. Grim as fuck. Still raining. Hard, boiling hot rain.
Didn't get any kip that night. Not a single second. Flew to Seoul the next day. Feeling slightly mental. I thought I was losing my eyesight at one point. Totally fucked.
Can't remember much after that. Apart from 2 things. I seen an advert for a play called "Breakout". It was billed as an "Extreme dance comedy"!? EXTREME DANCE COMEDY? What on God's green earth is that gonna be like? And what's extreme about it? The dance or the comedy? Ludicrous dance comedy, more like. Not only that, I seen an Italian restaurant - in Seoul - called "Mad For Garlic"!! MAD FOR GARLIC?!!! And it was fuckin' packed.
The gig was immense. They really do know how to do that synchronised hand clapping shit in Korea. Spectacular. Jet - the band - were on before us. Hadn't seen them since that American tour in 2006, was it? They've been in the gym, let me tell you.
Flew home the next day (have I missed a day?). Had a 5 hour stop-over in Hong Kong. Caught up with the English newspapers. Mardy-bum John Terry's not coming to City. Halle-fuckin'-looya. Ate more crisps than even Irie Nancy could imagine. Bored shitless. Slept like a small elephant on the flight home. Arrived at a deserted Heathrow at 5.05 this morning.
Hope this made sense, if it didn't, fuck'all y'all. It's 3 o'clock next Thursday afternoon in my head.
Two rock festivals battled it out in Korea over the weekend, but for most rock fans, it was no contest.
Jisan Valley Rock Festival, featuring performances by Oasis, Weezer, Starsailor, Fall Out Boy, Basement Jaxx, Patti Smith plus top Korean musicians like Crying Nut, Lee Han-chul and Run Run Runaways and Kim Chang-wan Band, attracted over 52,000 fans over the three-day festival at Icheon, Gyeonggi Province.
Billed as a ``green'' and eco-friendly rock festival, Jisan's grass lawns, cool weather and scenic view of the surrounding mountains were a nice change from the Pentaport Incheon Rock Festival.
``The idea of bringing nature into the music festival with the best line-up in Korea proved to be very successful. People were happy to tread on the lawn barefoot compared to the muddy, stony site at Pentaport. The weather was fantastic,'' Seo Shin, an Oasis fan, said.
The festival kicked off Friday, but things heated up when American rockers Jimmy Eat World hit the Big Top Stage.
Fall Out Boy soon followed, performing hits like ``I Don't Care,'' ``Thnks for Th Mmrs,'' and ``America's Suitehearts'' during their one-hour set. ``We should have come to Korea a long time ago,'' bassist Pete Wentz told the crowd.
Korean punk rockers Crying Nut kept the crowd's energy high, while British rock group Starsailor had everyone over at the Green Stage enthralled with their music.
But the most eagerly anticipated act on Friday was Weezer and they did not disappoint. Weezer started their set with ``Undone ― The Sweater Song,'' and frontman Rivers Cuomo surprised everyone when he played a bright red guitar with the ``Go Reds'' logo. He even asked the crowd to do the ``Daehan Minguk'' chant.
``We're so happy to finally be here. After so many years, we're finally in Korea. We hope to come here many more times,'' Cuomo said. He further endeared himself to the fans by speaking several Korean phrases and sentences.
Weezer played some brand new songs from their upcoming album, like ``I'm Your Daddy,'' ``Can't Stop Partying'' and ``The Girl Got Hot.'' For their encore, they played a medley of pop songs like Katy Perry's ``I Kissed a Girl,'' and Lady Gaga's ``Poker Face,'' before finishing off with ``Buddy Holly.''
Saturday started with Lee Han-chul and Run Run Runaways performing at the Big Top Stage. Lee, a veteran musician who recently came back from a trip to Cuba, showed off Latin influences in his music.
Korean punk band Johnny Royal entertained audiences with their instructions on how to have more fun. New Zealand band Human Instinct presented a bluesy brand rock'n'roll, followed by Korean modern rock bands Deli Spice and Kim Chang-wan band. The 55-year-old Kim, a founding member of the legendary rock band Sanulrim, performed his old hits that had everyone up and dancing.
Windy City, a Korean reggae rock band, gave audiences a feel of what true Rastafari is about through their exciting yet soulful music.
The Saturday's highlight was, however, undoubtedly the headliner Basement Jaxx. The 90 minutes of electric dance music drove the audiences wild, especially with Basement Jaxx' last song ``Bingo Bango.''
On Sunday, the crowd swelled in numbers, causing long lines at the restrooms and food stalls. Some fans complained they had to line up for an hour to buy food.
Jang Ki-ha and the Faces, a cult band from Hongdae that blends kitsch with clever lyrics, and Japanese band Asian Kung-fu Generation managed to entertain the audience with their hits.
Patti Smith & Her Band made their first appearance in Korea and showed why Smith is called the ``Godmother of Punk.'' Performing songs like ``Because the Night'' and ``People Have the Power,'' Smith raised her guitar and said: ``This is the only weapon we need.''
The final night's headliner Oasis burst on stage with frontman Liam Gallagher's typical rock'n'roll attitude by throwing away tambourines and shouting swearwords. While he did not care to remember the name of the rock festival he was in, Gallagher did remember to thank Korean fans who were at their gig in Seoul last April.
Oasis performed old and new songs, such as ``The Shock of the Lightning'' and ``I'm Outta Time.'' After their electrifying encore, the Jisan Valley Rock Festival ended with a lavish fireworks display.
While Oasis didn't say much during the concert, it was obvious the enthusiastic Korean fans left a big impression. On Monday, Liam Gallagher posted a message on Twitter: ``Korea, just wanna say you were absolutely (expletive) amazing, I love your country, my kinda people. Live forever.''
More pictures from the festival can be found by clicking here.
Oaisis Tour Rider : Enough Booze To Sink a Small Battleship
Booze, Broccoli And An Elephant Statue: Oasis' Wembley Rider Revealed Daily Gossip
Reverend And The Makers' Jon McClure has revealed the rider Oasis ordered in for their Wembley Stadium gigs in London earlier this month. According to McClure, whose band supported Oasis at the shows, the Gallaghers and co put on an impressive spread that included fairy cakes, spiced coleslaw, Mexican food and "enough booze to sink a small battleship".
McClure, who was speaking from the backstage area, continued: "There's also a selection of cold meats, a very interestingly chopped tomato, broccoli with a flaked almond thing on top, a selection of bread and a small statue of an elephant" (Metro).
Before taking a few weeks off Oasis played a final summer gig in Asia during their mega Dig Out Your Soul tour today.
Oasis' Set list from the Jisan Valley Rock Festival, South Korea :
Fuckin’ in the Bushes Rock & Roll Star Lyla The Shock Of The Lightning Cigarettes And Alcohol Roll With It Waiting For The Rapture The Masterplan Songbird Slide Away Morning Glory My Big Mouth Half The World Away I’m Outta Time Wonderwall Supersonic Live Forever Don’t Look Back In Anger Champagne Supernova I Am The Walrus
Liam Gallagher reacts to his brother's onstage rage comments
Oasis' Liam Gallagher has responded to his brother Noel's comments over the band's recent London Roundhouse gig, during which he gave verbal abuse to a fan.
As previously reported on NME.COM, the singer raged against a man in the crowd, swearing at him and insulting him from the stage after an object was apparently thrown at him at the start of the gig, which was part of the festival.
Following the gig, Noel wrote on his blog on the band's website, Oasisinet.com: "That gig at was… erm… very odd. What'siz'name [Liam] exploded with pretend rage the minute he walked on. Strange cat. Probably on his man period.
"Saying that, it was a full moon'n'all. Didn't notice him getting any more hairy though. Mind you, those that were there seemed to enjoy it, so… y'know, onwards and sideways."
Now, Liam has responded on his Twitter page: "Regarding shortarse's comments on my behaviour at the roundhouse-Pretend rage? It's called rock and roll darling, you wanna try it sometime.
"Man period? You've been on since the first gig in Seattle! And as for the squares backstage, all your guests left with you Live Forever.
He added: "And as for leaving the stage between songs, that's when I go to the bar just like you fucking lot! Live Forever."
The band are currently touring Asia and are due to return to the UK to headline the sold-out V Festival on August 22 and 23.
You probably know by now what he thinks about John Terry, but there's more - he's absolutely loving this new Citeh era, doesn't care how much they want to pay players and loves Stephen Ireland...
This is a mental time to be a City fan. Do you ever wish you were back in the days of Lee Bradbury and Shaun Goater?
No. I'm absolutely loving it, and if you ask 99.9% of City fans they would say the same. I'm sick of supporting loveable, affable City - f*** that, we want the best players in the world, playing the best football in the world in the best stadium in the world, owned by the richest people in the world.
There's a funny English attitude where almost overnight, attitudes change. I've lived in London for 15 years and every time I got in a black cab they've said, "Oh you're a City fan, we love City," and now they all think we're arrogant with ideas above our station. It's a funny English attitude towards success and money.
I'm just happy that the owners have followed through. They said they would spend money and they have done. And this is clearly not a one-season thing - you don't get players like that to sign unless you promise them more to come next season and the season after that.
Is there no part of you worried about paying someone £200,000 a week?
If the club was a PLC and it was my money being spent on wages then yes, I'd be mighty p***ed off. But it's not my money, it's not your money, and what right has anyone to tell anyone what to spend their money on? As City fans we're absolutely f***ing loving it.
What p***es me off though is that everything is now about the money. I read in the paper the other day that Emmanuel Adebayor is joining in a £65m deal. Well, he's not is he? But because it's City they've got to add up all the wages and make it look more obscene. Nobody ever discusses how much Ronaldo cost Manchester United like that.
What makes me smile is that on the day Carlos Tevez joined I was watching on Sky and some lad was saying that all his life City had been winning nothing and all his United-supporting mates had ripped the p*** out of him. He said it was the best day of his life when Tevez signed. Now that's f***ing priceless.
So which signing has excited you the most?
Well, I was actually staggered after Shay Given signed because I thought he was the best goalkeeper in the Premier League. Then it was Gareth Barry and I thought that was a masterstroke because he's that rarest of things - a left-sided defensive midfielder.
I suppose Tevez is the one though because you know you'll get 100% out of him for 90 minutes, like Kevin Keegan or someone like that. I don't care what we pay him if he puts in the effort.
But whoever we sign, they won't come close to Stephen Ireland for me. I think he's f***ing brilliant.
So would you want John Terry?
No. I don't like John Terry and I never have. He's got funny eyes and he's a cry baby. He's also a Cockney and he'd absolutely be coming just for the money.
And I hope the Adebayor deal falls through. I have always had a great dislike for Adebayor. I don't like all that silly dancing by the corner flag - I prefer a swift handshake and back to the game. We've got Roque Santa Cruz who can do a job in the same position.
No, I don't want Terry, I'd rather have Joleon Lescott. I think it's important to buy someone experienced in the Premier League at centre-half. You don't want to be messing around with a couple of Italians there. We've been linked with Matty Upson as well and I'd take either of those two, or preferably both.
Listen to me saying I'd take Lescott or Upson - 18 months ago the only thing I was hoping for was a decent kit.
What can you achieve this season?
I think with no European commitments we can go all out in the Premier League. I don't think we can challenge for the title but I expect us to finish between fourth and sixth. I think if Mark Hughes can't pull this off, then he's only got himself to blame.
Do you think he's the man to take City forward?
Who knows? I can't help thinking that they're building a squad to go to someone else and offer them the job. And when that happens I think they should go straight to Jose Mourinho, and then to Guus Hiddink if Jose doesn't want the job.
The best thing is that the two most exciting clubs in world football at the moment are Man City and Real Madrid - everybody is watching to see what we're going to do next. That's absolutely f***ing brilliant.
There's a load of sh**e written about how clubs like ours survive when the money runs out or whatever, but what does it matter? I've supported the club since I was four years old and I'll still be supporting them if they're in the Conference. I say just enjoy it while it lasts and have a ball.
Jane Graham cheers Liam Gallagher's zero tolerance approach to clapping
"Get your hands down. This is Oasis, not fucking Simple Minds," snapped Liam Gallagher at a Coventry audience this month, briefly stunning the happy clappers into a confused silence, as if a shotgun-toting Omar Little had just stormed the stage at a John Barrowman show.
It could be noted that Liam's a bit late to insist on Oasis's bad-ass credentials; the horse hasn't so much bolted as trotted off for a Pimm's and a Cath Kidston picnic blanket. It was his brother who recognised years ago that success meant "squares" showing up at your gigs. Noel himself said he found Liam's latest outburst "hilarious but undignified ... You pay £70 for a ticket to be told what to do by the singer. He seemed determined no one was gonna enjoy themselves. Strange."
Noel is too soft on his lighter-waving, Cliff-tastic fans. In fact Liam's insolence places him in the rock pantheon right up with other contrary bastards like Kurt Cobain, Alan Vega and Bob Dylan. Liam's firm belief that he knows best what his band really represent, that he's striving for identity and integrity in a sea of fools might seem delusional or wildly egocentric, but his refusal to kowtow to his own fans is in line with an attitude that has long given rock music its edge.
With hindsight we can now see that the Jesus And Mary Chain secured their spot in rock history by bleeding audiences' ears then walking offstage to a wall of boos after 20 minutes. My Bloody Valentine still have a similar philosophy - the earth-quaking basslines known to have induced vomiting and fainting at their gigs enraged one health and safety-conscious reviewer in Toronto so much last year he concluded his review with "Fuck you My Bloody Valentine".
Kurt Cobain's disdain for the large chunk of his fans he found undesirable was well known; he told homophobes, racists and misogynists not to show up at gigs. And Cobain was warm compared to the hate-hate thing Billy Corgan has going on with his fee-paying customers, whom he likes to compare to blood-sucking ex-girlfriends.
Of course Corgan is a pussy compared to Suicide's Alan Vega. In the late-70s the bike chain-brandishing Vega was known to jump offstage and block the exit when people who weren't enjoying the ear-splitting maelstrom of feedback tried to leave. Touring Britain, he had his nose broken by one enraged skinhead, and narrowly missed a flying axe in Scotland. As for Dylan, it's pretty clear he got a buzz from transforming that famously decorous folk audience into an enraged electrified rabble. When his next generation of fans got too reverential he turned on them too, eschewing his cool reputation by preaching born-again Christianity from the stage.
Rock stars aren't there to provide a reliable, value-for-money service. Plumbers provide a service; rock stars are accountable only to their muse, their demons or their hearts. So next time Liam flips the bird, refuses to get on a plane or walks offstage, thank your celebrity stars that someone still has the spark to piss off his manager and leave his PR mopping her brow.
Liam Gallagher pictured with music lovers from 'Who Killed Summer, as there challenge this week was to get pictured with a celebrity.
Watch Liam pose with members of the cast at the Benicassim festival by clicking here and watching Episode 2.
The online festival drama titled 'Who Killed Summer?' brings together 6 lucky young music lovers from across Europe for the summer of their lives, touring around festivals that include Benicassim, Global Gathering, Relentless Boardmasters, and Bloom Festival.
It's a 20 episode drama which will be filmed on site over the next 9 weeks, the actors are cast in a Big Brother type setup where they audition for the role before being thrown together for the first festival. The twist?
One of them will be killed, new episodes will be released every few days.
Why Noel Gallagher Is Wrong About Politics In Rock
Having written in favour of rock stars opening up on political issues in the interest of opening up discussion among the supposedly ‘apathetic generation’, I was saddened to recently see the media happily battening down the hatches of close-mindedness in rock. Jarvis was berated for going on 'Question Time', beating the poor lad back into his pop kennel with patronising cries of ‘musicians should stick to what they know!’.
Then that venerable thinker and philosopher Noel Gallagher wades in to have a go at Coldplay and U2 for raising issues at gigs, as part of his on-going Keep Rock Thick campaign. "I have been to loads of concerts where bands don’t play, they just talk about politics," he said.
Really, Noel? Are you sure you’re not mistaking ‘loads of concerts’ with ‘St John’s Wood WI Debating Society’? "There is always a message about poor people or people dying from hunger," he went on. "Can’t we just have a nice evening, do we always have to feel guilty?"
A nice evening listening to, say, ‘Give Peace A Chance’, ‘Killing In The Name’, ‘What A Waster’ or ‘Elizabeth My Dear’?
At the time of writing Oasis were due to be supported at Wembley by a ‘nice evening’ of acts including The Enemy, Reverend and The Makers and Kasabian. Noel might be advised to open his ears.
Yorkshire Council Answers Oasis Ticket Sales Questions
EAST Riding of Yorkshire Council agreed to answer the following questions posed by the Free Press about the sale of tickets for the Oasis concert at Bridlington Spa ...
How many tickets were on sale at the Spa? Is this more or less than for other rock gigs recently?
600 tickets were available from the box office. The number of tickets given to the Spa for events varies but this was towards the lower end of the scale due to national demand for the event.
How many customers were sold tickets/transactions were made at the box office before they sold out at 11am?
Tickets sold out at around 11.30am. All 600 tickets were sold. The number of individuals that purchased tickets will be held on our booking system and available to auditors but cannot be easily obtained.
There are lots of reports of queue jumping, with many people saying Spa staff turned a blind eye to it. Are you satisfied the security was adequate?
Spa staff dealt with a number of people who tried to queue jump, some of whom were suspected of already having purchased tickets.
No "blind eye" was turned. Security will be reviewed if face to face sales are made in future, as is normally the case after any major event.
Why were people queuing at 6am, for example, not given a ticket or wristband which could have proved they were there first and identified the queue-jumpers?
The Spa has previously hosted numerous sell out concerts and this has never been necessary in the past.
For future events – if we sell tickets face to face – we will look at this.
Why were people allowed to buy four tickets? Doesn't this encourage people to buy more than they need and sell them oneBay? Wouldn't a limit of two per person have been fairer?
The numbers of tickets offered per person was the same as available through other outlets and standard for this type of event. Whatever number was selected it would not have pleased everyone. We have received complaints that we didn't sell with a limit of six per person.
Several people who queued said they saw "council big-wigs", "council officials" or "big names of the town" going into the Spa for tickets and bypassing the queue. Other people have told the Free Press that East Riding of Yorkshire Council staff secured their tickets at least 24 hours before they went on sale to the public. How does the council react?
Staff were not allowed to purchase tickets in advance and no council staff bypassed the queue.
It was alleged afterwards that one well-known individual (who does NOT work for the council) paid his employees to stand in the queue to buy tickets in their own name and pass these on to their employer.
Liam Gallagher was involved in a fracas with an audience member throughout Oasis' gig at London's Roundhouse last night (July 21), after an object was apparently thrown.
The singer took offence almost immediately as they took the stage at the iTunes Live festival, as it appeared something was thrown at him.
Though not clear whether he was struck or not, Liam later made reference to both a coin and drink being aimed at him.
The incident put the singer in a angry mood for most of the gig, and he appeared to single out the fan who allegedly threw the object, labelling him a "fucking uni boy" and "fat boy" during the show.
Before opening song 'Rock 'N' Roll Star', Gallagher said: "Is that some fucking shitbag who's throwing fucking lager, can't handle a soft arse from fucking Camden town? Well get on this, fucking student…"
Later on in the band's set, he offered to meet face-to-face with the audience member, saying: "Here you are, student, if you want me to [go] offstage, don't be throwing fucking pound coins. Why don't you try and come up here and fucking make me come off? Alright dickhead."
Gallagher also changed the lyrics of several Oasis songs to reference the incident.
'Lyla' included the line "For you to come and fuck me out my mind", while a line 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' was changed to "Is it worth the aggravation to find yourself a knob when there's nothing worth working for?", while during 'My Big Mouth' Liam did not bother to sing the second verse or chorus as he moodily stalked the stage.
Before playing the latter song, Gallagher spoke about the fact the gig was free for iTunes Live competition winners, saying "Hope it's fucking moody for ya. You pay peanuts, you get monkeys on crack."
As is usual during Oasis gigs, the singer left the stage as to allow his brother Noel Gallagher to front several songs, including 'Half The World Away', before which the guitarist attempted to calm is brother down, declaring: "We'd like to do a slow number for you so we could all just calm down. Everybody just take a deep breath, pretend it's not happening."
Upon returning to his microphone, Liam Gallagher gestured to the crowd, mouthing the words "I'm number one" several times.
'Morning Glory' saw the singer move his attentions to Camden residents, asking "Is there anybody actually born and bred in Camden town here tonight? Prove it. Show us how fucking tight your jeans are. And your pointy shoes are. I'm fucking serious."
However, Gallagher's mood did improve towards the end of Oasis' 19-song set, with him joking that the band were about to play a new song before referencing the technical problems that have affected their recent gigs at London's Wembley Stadium, Benicassim festival and Manchester's Heaton Park.
"We're gonna do a new song now. It's called 'Power Failure' and it's amazing," he quipped as the band launched into their massive 1995 hit 'Wonderwall'.
Earlier in the evening, support band The Enemy had geed up the Roundhouse crowd, playing a slot that saw them showcase tracks from their two albums. Frontman Tom Clarke, wearing his traditional leather jacket, dedicated 'Be Somebody' to the audience, saying "Right, this next song is about you."
The band's early tracks 'Away From Here' and 'Had Enough' both drew impressive responses from the crowd, while a version of 'We'll Live And Die In These Towns' had many singing along at the frontman's request. Recent single 'No Time For Tears' saw Clarke thrash his guitar in a similar fashion to The Who's Pete Townshend's famed 'windmill' technique.
Before playing final song 'You're Not Alone', the singer paid tribute to Oasis, as well as the Camden audience. "I wanna thank Oasis for having us, and I wanna thank you for being a top audience," he said. "This is our last song, so if you know the words then sing along."
Absolute Radio continues its live music coverage this summer with a weekend of programming from the V Festival in August.
Breakfast show DJ Christian O’Connell and Hometime DJ Geoff Lloyd will be based in the Absolute Radio VIP area, which will play host to live performances from the likes of Elbow, Paolo Nutini and The Enemy.
Listeners will also be able to hear live sets from Oasis and Snow Patrol on Sunday August 23 and the station will air news and interviews over the course of the festival.
They are also being encouraged to download the Absolute Radio LiveAmp, which delivers video, photos and a live Twitter feed direct to their iPhone or iPod Touch.
The V Festival takes place in Hylands Park, Chelmsford– where Absolute will be based – and at Weston Park in Staffordshire on August 22 to 23.
Oasis Roundhouse Concert Highlights and Interviews on ITV2
If you're lucky and somehow can get a hold of ITV2's broadcast you can watch the highlights of the Oasis gig everybody's talking and twittering about later tonight!
Today on ITV2 from 8:00pm to 9:00pm (UK ONLY)
iTunes 2009: Oasis
ITV2 Join Fearne Cotton and Dave Berry at Camden's legendary Roundhouse for more amazing performances and exclusive interviews from the 2009 iTunes Festival. Today we have music from Oasis, Noisettes, Skint and Demoralised, Calvin Harris, Snow Patrol and Bloc Party. Plus Noisettes, Blur's Alex James, actress Michelle Ryan and model Abbey Clancy will be joining Fearne and Dave for a chat in the studio. Music & Arts
Official Band Statemt Regarding Oasis Show at Roundhouse
Oasis are taking legal advice from top city law firm Carter Ruck after a story appeared today in a number of online publications, including The Guardian Online falsely claiming that Liam Gallagher "stormed out of" an Oasis gig at the Roundhouse in London last night.
A spokesperson commented, "The story that Liam left the gig is totally untrue. Liam put on one of the performances of his life last night, leaving the stage only for a few minutes during songs sung by his brother Noel as is always the case. The whole show was captured on film by ITV so fans will soon see the truth of this. It is very difficult to understand why supposedly respectable publications would publish such malicious and damaging claims."
Oasis recently voluntarily refunded over 20,000 ticket holders when their Heaton Park, Manchester concert was delayed by 40 minutes due to power problems, despite the band going on to play a full two hour set.
Noel Gallagher Comments on Brother Liam's Stage Rage
Oasis' Noel Gallagher has reacted to his brother Liam's angry attitude at the band's London Roundhouse gig last night (July 21), during which he gave verbal abuse to a fan.
The singer raged against the man in the crowd, swearing at him and insulting him from the stage after an object was apparently thrown at him at the start of the gig, which was part of the iTunes Live festival.
Noel wrote in his diary about the gig :
Well that gig at The Roundhouse was..erm..very odd. What'siz'name exploded with pretend rage the minute he walked on. Strange cat. Probably on his man period. Saying that, it was a full moon'n'all. Didn't notice him getting any more hairy though. Mind you, those that were there seemed to enjoy it, so..y'know, onwards and sideways.
Didn't stick around after the gig. Just couldn't be arsed. Too many squares for my liking.
Just on the way to Heathrow. Off to Japan / South Korea for a week. My phone doesn't work out there so there'll be a break in transmission. Will spill any relevant beans when I get back.
The NME have got a big ol comp for an Oasis signed jacket in this week's issue, plus there's also 8 live posters from 2009 inside
Like sacked drummers, great interviews and aloof poses, Oasis have been linked with cutting-edge fashion: They've done it all: pink pinstripe-suits, leopard skin slip-ons, the Babygro thing Liam once wore…Obviously it's not possible for the average punter to look as good as them - but we'd like to help you try.
That's why we're giving away this Baracuta X Oasis jacket, SIGNED BY LIAM AND NOEL! The Baracuta has a pretty special history of it's own., having been worn by everyone from Elvis to The Clash (check out Baracuta's history on Baracuta. And this one's got an Oasis logo on it too. Result.
To enter go to login at NME.com now. This competition closes on July 30.
That festival in Germany was pretty fuckin' mad. It was in an old disused coal mine. All the old machinery had been preserved and turned into a mad gothic industrial landscape. I imagine it's what the inside of Marilyn Manson's head looks like.
Gig was great. Kasabian were..actually, I didn't even see them, I was doing interviews.
Back in London now. Playing The Roundhouse tonight. Then off to Japan in the morning.
The iTunes Festival gig saw the Mancs return to form with Liam Gallagher getting lairy and Noel Gallagher trying to calm the moody frontman down
Mark Twain once said: "I have been through some terrible things in my life – some of which actually happened."
Oh, how it applied to Liam Gallagher last night. Whether he was arguing with an enemy in his head, or one in the crowd, only he knows.
The touch paper was lit before they’d even kicked off with Rock 'n' Roll Star, with Liam furious that a punter had thrown a beer in his general direction, sniping at the "soft lad" in the "pointy shoes" for his misdemeanor.
"Well, well, well," said Noel, once Liam had stormed off following Waiting For The Rapture. "I think someone is in a bad mood." The Masterplan punctured the tension.
There are few things more entertaining than watching someone else throw a hissy fit, and it made for compelling viewing. After all, this was classic Oasis: them smashing out the hits, Liam throwing a paddy. How delightfully retro.
"Is anyone here from Camden Town?" he sneered following Slide Away. " F***ing prove it," he added, before spitting into the crowd as the band launched into What’s The Story Morning Glory. Liam, it must be pointed out, lives in Hampstead.
There was something deliciously ironic about the whole affair: Liam wanted to give the impression he was reticent to play, yet gave punters exactly what they wanted. He couldn’t have been on better form: his vocals were note perfect - all spite and no strain – while the band were tight as ever.
"Why don’t you come here, posh bloke?" he sneered at his supposed nemesis, arms outstretched, adding for good measure : "F *** ing fat bloke."
By, fittingly, My Big Mouth, we had Liam sitting down by the drum kit in protest, refusing to go on, leaving Noel’s backing singing as the only vocal.
"We’ll let Liam take a deep breath," reasoned Noel.
As long as there is Liam there will always be fireworks. And who doesn’t enjoy watching those go off?
Bloc Party Take Aim At Oasis During iTunes Appearance
Fearne Cotton and 'legendary Oasis' booed by Bloc Party at iTunes Live gig
Bloc Party instigated a chorus of boos for Oasis and TV presenter Fearne Cotton during their set at the iTunes Live festival in London's Roundhouse last night (July 21).
The London-based outfit, who have been criticised by the Manchester band in the past, took aim at Oasis, who are set to follow them at the same venue tonight (22).
Frontman Kele Okereke triggered the booing after joking about Fearne Cotton, who had been doing TV links earlier in the gig, but had been heckled herself for mentioning the Gallagher's band.
"What was it that Fearne Cotton said?" Okereke mockingly asked the crowd. "Are we 'looking forward to the legendary Oasis?'"
Rivalry aside, Bloc Party announced that the show, which saw the band play the likes of 'Halo', 'Banquet', 'Mercury' - which saw the singer diving into the crowd - and 'The Prayer', would be the band's last live outing in the UK capital for a while.
"We're probably not going to see you for a very long time so goodbye London," the singer told the audience as bassist Gordan Moakes dedicated the show to his one-year old daughter.
XFM are broadcasting Oasis' show at the iTunes Festival later today (July 21), the show starts at 7pm on the O2 Evening Show with Steve Harris. UPDATE: NON UK USERS ENTER THIS POSTAL CODE WHEN PROMPTED: SE135AA
Oasis are due on stage at 9PM.
UK residents can listen live on XFM 104.9 in London and 97.7 in Manchester, on DAB and onlineby firing up the Xfm Listen Live Player in the top right hand corner.
The Oasis gig from earlier tonight will be avialable to download on iTunes within a week according to the XFM DJ
Fucking In The Bushes Rock N Roll Star Lyla Shock Of The Lightning Roll With It Cigarettes And Alcohol Waiting For The Rapture The Masterplan Songbird Slide Away Morning Glory My Big Mouth Half The World Away I’m Outta Time Wonderwall Supersonic Live Forever
Don’t Look Back In Anger Champagne Supernova I Am The Walrus
Liveamp App For iPhone Will Stream Oasis From V Festival
V Festival sold its final ticket to the last reveller weeks ago, so if you were thinking about getting your hands on one, sadly, that ship has sailed.
There is still a glimmer of hope though, perhaps in the form of a good 'ole competition (there must be someone giving tickets away somewhere?). But if trawling the web for ticket givaways sounds like your idea of hell, there is another way.
The Absolute Radio LiveAmp app for the iPhone sympathises with your desire to hear Snow Patrol and Oasis take to the stage for their headline sets, by offering you the chance to listen to their entire gig on Absolute Radio live and uninterrupted.
Unfortunately, there'll be no live visuals of the sets themselves, but there is still exclusive video reviews, pictures and a live V Festival Twitter feed to help you get over the fact that you're not experiencing it in person, all in exchange for 59p here.
Alternatively, if you have managed to bag yourself a ticket, why not use the service to get the low-down on the latest V festival info - who knows you may even turn up in one of the pics?
Hello. Seems like the problems we experienced at that Benicassim were, in the grand scheme of things, minor irritations. The next 2 days were cancelled. High winds caused chaos, by all accounts. There was a massive, massive fire on site. Weller only played half his set before he was pulled off (not like that, you filthy little twat!).
No such troubles up in the Alps here in Switzerland. The fezzies here run like clockwork. Bit nippy though. Didn't spoil the gig. It was really fuckin' good. Didn't see any other bands so nothing to report on that front.
Off to Germany today. Last festival of this little trip. Roundhouse on Tuesday. Then off to Japan/South Korea on Wednesday.
Kasabian are on the same stage as us today. Should be fun.
It's Only Oasis And Glasvegas For Competition In UK Says McGee
Turning 48 yesterday, I realised the only Creation band that I still get excited about is Oasis. And who wouldn’t? The band contains two world-class songwriters, and two great ones, and their new release Dig Out Your Soul is truly tremendous. It’s as if they have re-imagined their discography and made their true follow-up to What’s the Story Morning Glory, completing the elusive and perfect rock’n'roll trilogy that began with Definitely Maybe.
The music world needs Oasis at this moment, a band with more personality and more amusing quips than any British band for at least 10 years. Throughout their history Oasis have captured the pop zeitgeist (and my personal zeitgeist) as a band that combine the best elements of the Beatles and Sex Pistols to emerge as this generation’s Rolling Stones.
“Better than Morning Glory”, has become many a critic’s meme when reviewing post-Morning Glory Oasis albums, thrown into reviews in a random fashion as a desperate bid to return the band to the halcyon days of old. You know what? Dig Out Your Soul is the best Oasis album since What’s the Story Morning Glory. Easy.
The signs were good when I met up with the Gallagher brothers last year in Los Angeles. We discussed music and, curiously, Noel told me how much he liked Glasvegas. I was surprised that he had heard of them at that point. The evening fell into typical Oasis debauchery: hanging out with Brody Dalle and Biffy Clyro and ending up in a dub club in east LA with Oasis participating in a stage invasion. The surreal nature of being Noel Gallagher must be bizarre. Noel, at his best, writes songs about pure escapism, northern ambition and transcending class culture, all in rock’n'roll Technicolor. The question is: “What do you do when you’ve achieved all your dreams?” You return to your youth and get back to who you were.
Dig Out Your Soul works because Noel has returned to the original inspiration of his youth for his songwriting. Definitely Maybe was about their dreams of rock’n'roll stardom, Morning Glory was about achieving the dream, Be Here Now was the coked-up aftermath, now Dig Out Your Soul is a glance to a psychedelic yesterday, again. For me, the past four post-Morning Glory albums never captured the magic of the first two. Songs from the past five albums had moments of pop reverberations and incredible songwriting, but were never complete statements. With Dig Out Your Soul, the notorious Oasis brothers have found their mojo. It’s back, without a doubt.
Musically, it’s a return to the grander ambitions and excess of before, with Noel stating: “But I kind of like fancy! I’d like to make an absolutely fucking colossal album. You know? Like literally two orchestras, stuff like that.” Dig Out Your Soul is Oasis at their most baroque and Noel’s pure pop ambition sits easily with his experimental side. The album oozes with confidence, and great songs.
Maybe it is their the lucky seventh album? The Beatles and the Stones released Revolver and Beggar’s Banquet respectively, both were album number seven, and Dig Out Your Soul is on a par of with both in terms of classic songwriting. Or maybe it was his musical peer Paul Weller who inspired Noel to turn his back on Britpop and take a more eclectic direction after Weller’s own opus of 22 Dreams? Noel Gallagher has said that Shock of the Lightning was the only song that had “Oasis single status” as the rest is far removed from the sound of Oasis.
I love the decision not to make the album freely available to download, as the Charlatans and Radiohead have. Noel’s decision to release the sheet music and lyrics is very Noel; not encouraging free music, but encouraging kids to pick up guitars, learn songs and YouTube them. Or forming a personal army of New York City buskers to perform Dig Out Your Soul – and why not?
These songs are fantastic. From the opening Bag It Up, with the “freaks coming out through the floor”, capturing the sound of drug psychosis; the Buffalo Springfield raga glam-stomp of Get Off Your High Horse Lady; the street-fighting vibe of Waiting for the Rapture, the Left Bank psychedelic baroqueness of To Be Where There’s Life; the Dear Prudence lift on The Turning – Dig Out Your Soul is the sound of one of Britain’s greatest bands at play.
Liam’s soulful vocals are utter gems, no longer the one-take hooligan of before, he plays it like a psychedelic Elvis, underpinning the tracks with a commanding presence. Noel’s vocal turn on Falling Down is one of the best tracks he has ever sang on. It is subtle, haunting, and full of pure Noel Gallagher magic.
I understand that openly admitting to liking Oasis is inviting confrontation, but you know what? Being an Oasis fan is never having to say I’m sorry. And I’m not. Leave saying sorry to the Coldplay imitators as their era of bedwetter music is over. It’s only Glasvegas and Oasis for competition in this country. If you are in a band and are not artistically competing with the creative rock’n'roll genius of Oasis or Glasvegas, it’s time to just stop and get off the treadmill. This is how rock’n'roll should be done in the United Kingdom today.
via L4e / Thanks to Zani for getting in touch ! www.zani.co.uk
Tonight's setlist from Oasis at the Melt Festival, Germany.
Fuckin' In The Bushes Lyla The Shock Of The Lightning Rock 'N' Roll Star Cigarettes And Alcohol Roll With It Waiting For The Rapture The Masterplan Songbird Slide Away Morning Glory My Big Mouth Half The World Away I'm Outta Time Wonderwall Supersonic Live Forever Don't Look Back In Anger Champagne Supernova I Am The Walrus
Oasis' next stop is the Roundhouse in London for the iTunes festival.
They're renowned for their bickering - but I hear relations between Noel and Liam Gallagher have sunk to new lows even by their standards.
My spy at the sell-out Penicassim Festival in Spain tells me the pair were openly rowing after leaving the stage following Oasis' gig last Thursday. Dogged again by troubles on stage with the sound, Liam stormed off, leaving his brother to carry on the concert without him.
He eventually returned - but what the fans didn't see was the brothers carrying on their dispute backstage.
My source reveals: "Liam shouted something at Noel before walking off in a different direction.
"The pair don't look like they are even talking to each other. It doesn't seem they are enjoying being on the road together." Noel admitted earlier this month that for him "life would be easier without Oasis".
With bookies now offering odds as short as 7/4 on Noel leaving the band, I might be having a fairly large punt in my local Ladbrokes.
Crazed Oasis fan storms the stage at a Spanish festival
British rockers Oasis were at the centre of a second security blunder after a crazed fan stormed the stage at a Spanish festival.
Last year (08) guitarist Noel Gallagher was hospitalised with three broken ribs after a man ran onstage and shoved him into monitor speakers in the middle of a gig in Toronto, Canada.
During their set at Benicassim on Thursday (16Jul09), a female fan stormed the stage desperate to get close to the band, but this time security managed to step in before any damage was done.
A witness tells Britain's Daily Star Sunday: "She ran on to the stage, punched and kicked security and even crawled under the stage. At first there were just two guys guarding the band but they called for back-up and in the end it took ten burly bouncers to get rid of her."
The Gallaghers Hang With The Mod Father in Spain Before Swiss Festival
Oasis had so much fun in the Spanish sun they decided to hang around for an extra day.
The rock lords put in an impressive shift headlining the first day of the Benicassim festival, which is staged between Valencia and Barcelona.
But when it was time to jet off, the lads decided to stay on so they could hang out with Mod legend Paul Weller, who is also on the bill at Benicassim.
A source said: "Oasis's equipment flew out straight away. But Liam and Noel decided not to accompany it. Liam has repeatedly said what a good time he is having and decided to turn the trip into a mini holiday.
"Paul is one of Liam's heroes and he was gutted he thought he was going to miss his set.
"In the end both he and Noel decided to miss the flight. They have been touring so extensively and they just wanted to relax."
The band will be back on stage tonight when they play the Gurten Festival in Switzerland.
Then on Sunday Oasis is scheduled to appear at the Melt Festival in Germany
For all those who didn’t get a ticket or could not make it to the festival and of course for Oasis fans around the world here a some good news: In cooperation with eventim.de and tempodome.com you can see a livestream of the full Oasis gig on Sunday 11 p.m. at the following webpages: www.melt-festival.de, www.intro.de, www.festivalguide.de and www.tempodome.com. Your screen will deliver you the full monty of an Oasis-show in top quality – and that means: the Britpop hymnes everyone loves, Liams unique microphone posing, Noels tight guitar play and of course their crazy, loud fans.
Noel Gallagher : Special Mention to the Topless Birds @ Benicassim
From Noel Gallagher's official Tour Diary :
Benicassim? What a fuckin' waste of time! If it wasn't for those bloody kids it would've been a disaster. I really can't say enough about the crowd. Unbelievable behaviour. Special mention to the topless birds - what a welcome sight that was!
The problem was...wait for it...yes! The fuckin' PA. It blew TWICE!! And the monitor system blew TWICE!! It's becoming a joke. And not a very funny one.
Those little lads from The View joined us backstage for warm beer. Now, I'm down with the Scotch. Irie Nancy's one. So is The Mighty I (effectively). No problem with them. But what that lot were going on about I'll never know. Had to get James from Glasvegas to translate. He was none the wiser.
Weller's up there tonight. Some of us are going to see him. It'll probably get pretty messy.
Off to Berne in the morning. That's in Switzerland.
4Music Will Offer 6 Hours TV Coverage Daily at V 2009
4Music is going big on V Festival this year with plans to air six hours of live coverage a day as a key part of its summer programming.
V 2009 takes place on August 22-23 in Hylands Park, Chelmsford and Weston Park, Staffordshire. Headliners this year include The Killers, Oasis, Fatboy Slim and Keane.
4Music and Box TV's programming director Dave Young explains that coverage of the festival - as well as Channel 4's own T4 On The Beach, which takes place this Sunday, July 19, with acts including JLS, Little Boots and Basement Jaxx - will form the centrepiece of the station's summer schedule, dubbed "4Music's Summer Sizzle".
"There is a great range of artists playing there and the two events are at different ends of the scale," Young says. "We aim to invest in festival coverage, live coverage and to plough our own furrow, to innovate."
4Music's coverage will include the live coverage, three highlights shows and standalone live performances from six key acts, which the station is planning at the moment.
Parent company Channel 4, which owns 4Music alongside the Box TV Network, will also be going big on the festival, screening nearly six hours of live highlights on C4 over the weekend, as well as live T4 links.
The two channels' coverage is designed to be mutually complementary, explains Channel 4 head of T4 and music Neil McCallum, adding, "For example when you see a Lily Allen performance in live a C4 show, you'll be able to catch more - different - Lily tracks on 4Music streaming."
Young explains that there are four other key aspects of 4Music's summer programming:
* the "50 best" strand, including 50 Sexiest Beach Videos this Friday (July 17);
* the Hot Mix, which he describes as a "video DJ mix"
* 4Music Sundaes, with summer-themed programmes; and
* an element of British seaside kitsch, with Christopher Biggins and Timmy Mallett presenting shows.
Next month will mark the first birthday of 4Music, which launched in August 2008 following a rebrand of The Hits station.
Young says that the channel has defined its niche of "celebrity and energy and music", adding, "We try to keep things glamorous, to reflect what people get genuinely excited about."
He explains that audience figures have been impressive in the station's first year.
"We are happy with them," he says. "May and June have been particularly good, in the region of 10% up year-on-year. That is pretty healthy for what is still a young channel."
Meanwhile, V organisers have announced that Peter Doherty and British Sea Power are to headline the Virgin Media Union stage at this year's festival.
So! The Eden Project. A wonderful place. Particularly for the kids, one would've thought.
As for a rock'n'roll show? I'm not so sure. It was a re-scheduled show from last September (did I mention that?) when that idiot broke up my rib-cage. Somewhat predictably it fuckin' pissed down! SIDEWAYS!! It was raining on stage at one point. The audience were all in proper wet weather gear. Was like playing to the hippies at Greenham Common in the 80s.
All that being said, I really enjoyed it. Quite intimate. 6,000 wurzels. Think there was actually more people in the dressing room on Sunday night at Wembley. Good laugh. Didn't hang around after, still felt rough after the weekend.
Feel tip-top today though. Which is great 'cos we're in Valencia for that Benicassim festival. SCORCHIO!! Having a lazy day. Getting some sun. Basking in the glory of Man City's spending. Carlos Tevez joined us yesterday (or maybe the day before)!! What an exciting time for us. The Oasis tour finishes about 2 games into the new season. I fully plan to go to every game possible next season. Usually manage about 6 a season. Gonna have a lot of time on my hands in the near future so bring it on. WE ARE CITY.
Wonder'stall' - Oasis plagued with Another Sound Glitch at Benicassim
At last night's Oasis appearance at Benicassim Festival in Spain the 50'000 in attendance were left singing the ending of Wonderwall as Liam Gallagher left the stage during yet another sound equipment failure.
It is the third such incidence for the band. The worst one which happened in Manchester prompted Oasis to refund the tickets to approx. 20'000 fans which is said to have cost the Gallaghers 1 Million English Pounds.
The band played:
Fuckin’ in the Bushes Rock N Roll Star Lyla Shock Of The Lightning Cigarettes And Alcohol Roll With It Waiting For The Rapture The Masterplan Songbird Slide Away Morning Glory My Big Mouth Half The World Away I’m Outta Time Wonderwall Supersonic Live Forever Don’t Look Back In Anger Champagne Supernova I Am The Walrus
Oasis have re-issued their studio album catalogue on vinyl on a limited one-off re-press. All seven studio albums - 'Definitely Maybe', '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?', 'Be Here Now', 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants', 'Heathen Chemistry', 'Don't Believe The Truth' and current album, 'Dig Out Your Soul' as well as B sides album 'The Masterplan', are now available through Big Brother Recordings on super heavyweight vinyl and feature brand new sleeve notes.
All 8 albums are available to order from Oasisinetright now.
To commemorate the Wembley Stadium and Heaton Park shows, Sheffield artist Pete McKee created very special limited edition art prints for Oasis. Limited to only 100, signed and numbered by the artist and embossed with the Oasis logo, they make an excellent collectors' item.
These stunning works of art are the number one memento of these unforgettable shows and are on sale while stocks last from Oasisinet.
We've also just added men's and ladies' Heaton Park tour t-shirts to the store featuring a striking Oasis logo front print and Heaton Park tour dates back print. Stock is strictly limited and you can pick them up for just £11.99 each right here at Oasisinet.