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Oasis Overcome Sound Blip To Thrill Wembley Stadium
There will be 'no refunds' declares Noel Gallagher as band suffer brief problem
Oasis suffered a short sound problem during their Wembley Stadium show in London last night (July 9) – but Noel Gallagher was quick to quash any refunds.
The band suffered a loss of sound as they performed 'Wonderwall', although with the crowd in full voice the audience ably finished the song.
However following trouble at Manchester's Heaton Park when the band announced their would be refunds from the stage before managing to play most of their intended set, the guitarist was quick to quip there would be no money back offers this time.
"Last time this happened it cost us half-a-million quid, so just to be clear none of you are getting you fucking money back," he declared from the stage. "Not you, not you, not you with the glasses!"
However the problem proved to be just a blip in the set, which saw frontman Liam Gallagher dedicate 'Live Forever' to The Verve's Richard Ashcroft, who was at the gig.
The Gallaghers also had a pop at bandmate Andy Bell's sunglasses, suggesting he "looks like he's just come from the Jackson memorial".
'Rock 'N' Roll Star' 'Lyla' 'The Shock Of The Lightning' 'Cigarettes And Alcohol' 'Roll With It' 'To Be Where There's Life' 'Waiting For The Rapture' 'The Masterplan' 'Songbird' 'Slide Away' 'Morning Glory' 'My Big Mouth' 'The Importance of Being Idle' 'Half The World Away' 'I'm Outta Time' 'Wonderwall' 'Supersonic' 'Live Forever' 'Don't Look Back In Anger' 'Falling Down' 'Champagne Supernova' 'I Am The Walrus'
Earlier Kasabian, The Enemy and Reverend And The Makers had all performed.
Oasis are now due to play Wembley Stadium again tomorrow (July 11) and on Sunday (12).
Oasis suffered more sound problems at their Wembley Stadium show tonight - with Noel Gallagher joking that no one would be getting any money back.
Despite a triumphant gig in front of their London fans, the sound cut out near the end as the band played Wonderwall.
At first the large crowd sung the lyrics instead of Liam, but there were some boos when they realised it was due to technical problems.
Oasis recently promised to refund up to 70,000 fans after two major power cuts during their homecoming gig at Manchester's Heaton Park.
However this time guitarist Noel joked: "Nobody is getting their money back. No f***ing one of you.
"Not you, not you, not you in the glasses.
"No one with glasses is getting refund."
He then filled time by asking fans for jokes, but ruled any about Michael Jackson as "out of order".
The sound came back after around a minute - as opposed to the half hour delay in Manchester - and the band continued with rousing renditions of Supersonic, Live Forever and Don't Look Back In Anger.
Singer Liam was also on top form throughout the show, baiting the London audience.
To gee the crowd at the start, he asked them: "What's wrong with you Southern soft a***s? Can't you handle it?
"Get some shandy down your necks!"
He got the reaction he wanted as Oasis' greatest hits set - including The Masterplan, Cigarettes & Alcohol and Champagne Supernova - went down a storm.