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Oasis' '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?' has won the 2010's 'BRITs Album of 30 Years'.
It saw off competition from Coldplay, Dido, Dire Straits, Duffy, Keane, Phil Collins, Sade, The Verve and Travis.
"Listen kids, I wanna thank bald head (Bonehead), Guigs, Alan White and the best fucking fans in the world," Gallagher explained before throwing his microphone and gong into the audience, before walking offstage.
Brits officials pleaded for the audience member who got the award to give it back, with the fan giving it back after a few minutes.. Gallagher’s reaction prompted host and comedian Peter Kay to brand him a “knob head”.
The 14 x platinum album has sold a staggering 14 million copies worldwide, 4.2 of which are in the UK alone.
The number one album marked the band's first UK number one single with 'Some Might Say' as well as live favourites, 'Roll With It', 'Wonderwall', 'Don't Look Back In Anger' and 'Champagne Supernova'.