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    Monday, July 30, 2012


      Video: Noel Gallagher's HFB @ Fuji Rock Festival 2012



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      Video: Beady Eye @ Fuji Rock Festival 2012



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    Wednesday, July 25, 2012


      Popmatters' Top 10 Oasis B Sides


    As a tribute to the release of Oasis 1997 release Be Here Now, widely regarded as the beginning of the Britpop group' downfall, PopMatters will examine the overlooked parts of the band's body of work. This first list examines Oasis’ B-sides, where some of their true gems can be found.



    With the success of What’s the Story (Morning Glory) having catapulted them to the forefront of pop music in the mid-1990s, Oasis had high expectations to match their growing fame. Most groups don’t start off with two well-received LPs, but Definitely, Maybe (1994) and What’s the Story (Morning Glory)? (1995) were loved both critically and commercially. All signs pointed to Be Here Now,  their 1997 album, being something quite spectacular.

    What followed was not the completion of a musical trifecta, but the implosion of the vision many had for the band. Be Here Now, running well over an hour, was criticized for being a bloated and overwrought. Oasis, who were once the Most Important Rock Band in the World, trudged on for the rest of their career, never matching their early glory. (Personally, the much-despised Heathen Chemistry remains my favorite record of theirs, but very few will agree with me on that one.) Four studio outings after Be Here Now, Oasis broke up. The discography we’re left with is one most perceive as unevenly weighted: aside from the first two releases, most will argue, all there is to the group’s music is a bunch of Beatles-aping anthems indistinguishable from each other.

    While Noel and Liam Gallagher’s love for the Fab Four is a little more than obvious, to dismiss an entire body of work with a lazy tag such as that is too reductive and easy for a critic to do. I would join the majority in the opinion that Oasis’ earlier stuff was their best, but I don’t think their later records are all dreck.

    August marks the 15th anniversary of Be Here Now’s release. In light of this, Sound Affects will publish two List This pieces examining some of the overlooked parts of Oasis’ career. This first list considers their b-sides, in my opinion where some of their strongest material can be found. Most music groups nowadays don’t release CD singles, at least on a major level; a resurgence of this has been seen on independent labels, especially with 7-inch vinyl records. Yet Oasis kept putting out singles all throughout their career, spawning some pretty memorable tracks that unfortunately many Americans didn’t get to hear. (The majority of these singles were released solely in the UK.) For those of you not acquainted, here are ten of their best B-sides

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    Tuesday, July 24, 2012


      Bonehead's New Album Set For Release This Year

    Former Oasis rhythm guitarist Bonehead has recorded an album with his new band Parlour Flames, which is set for release at the end of this year.

    The band consists of Bonehead and Salford-based singer songwriter and poet Vinny Peculiar. The duo are also set to tour the UK and Europe.

    Bonehead, aka Paul Arthurs played rhythm guitar in Oasis from 1991-1999. He left during the recording of the band's fourth album 'Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants' stating that he wanted to spend more time with his family. He was replaced in the band by Gem Archer, who now plays with Liam Gallagher in Beady Eye.

    In a statement about his new band, Arthurs said: "This is the first time in a while its felt totally right what I’m doing and the music sounds fantastic. Vinny is such a talented singer songwriter and together we have come up with something we can both be truly proud of".

    He added: "The album took a while to come to fruition. Core vocals, guitar, piano, bass and keyboard parts were played by ourselves with guest performances from 'Bob the Brass' on trumpet/fugal horn, Semay Woo on cello’s and Anna Zweck [Samson & Delilah] on flute. The drums were played by Chorlton beat-poet in residence Che Beresford [Badly Drawn Boy]. We are really pleased with the results".

    Since leaving Oasis, Bonehead has played in Moondog One with The Smiths' Mike Joyce and Andy Rourke. He also DJs and has presented a radio show on BBC Radio Manchester.

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      Noel Gallagher: Liam and I will never perform on the same bill

    Noel Gallagher has insisted he will never perform on same bill as his brother Liam as the pair gear up for appearances at the Fuji Rock festival in Japan this weekend.

    The estranged siblings will be in Japan with their respective new ventures following Oasis‘ split almost three years ago, but Noel has apparently explained that, despite them being at the same festival, ‘neither camp would allow’ his High Flying Birds and Beady Eye to appear together on the same day.

    “I don’t think either camp would allow it,” he is quoted as saying in The Sun newspaper. “What happens if we’re on the same bill? People start asking if we’re reforming, that’s what. Or they’ll ask if we’re going to get on stage together and sing Digsy’s fucking Dinner.”

    “I don’t need that and I doubt he does either. I’d rather avoid it all together, thank you.”
    Beady Eye will play immediately before The Stone Roses at Fuji Rock on Friday, July 27th, with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headlining on the Saturday.


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    Monday, July 23, 2012


      Win tickets to see Noel Gallagher's War Child acoustic show

    The competition to win tickets to see Noel Gallagher perform a special acoustic show for War Child at Camden Dingwalls on August 14th is now open!

    We have a limited number of pairs of tickets to give away to fans who can answer the following question: Which song did Noel record with Paul McCartney and Paul Weller for War Child?

    Please email your answer to us at: info@rkid.co.uk. You MUST enter the subject line of your email as 'War Child competition' and include your name, age and home address in your email.

     The competition closes on Monday 30th July. Tickets are provided free but we are asking all those attending to contribute £20 on the door with all moneys collected donated straight to War Child. Terms and conditions: Competition open to fans resident in Great Britain only.

     The prize is 1 pair of tickets to the Camden Dingwalls show on 14th August. Tickets are non transferrable and winners will be notified by email by Friday 3rd August.

     You must be over 14 to enter and under 18 year olds must be accompanied by an over 18. Once notified you will be required to confirm your attendance by return email.

     No travel costs included. You will be required to print your email and bring this with you along with some form of photo ID in order to guarantee entry.

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    Friday, July 20, 2012


      Beady Eye to play at the Olympic closing ceremony

     When Liam Gallagher gave up booze and started running five miles every morning, he wasn’t on the sniff for an Olympic call-up.

    But it’s just as well he’s in top shape because the Beady Eye frontman has been given the nod to appear at the closing ceremony of London 2012.

    The former Oasis star will perform a new arrangement of iconic Noel track Wonderwall with bandmates Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock.

    David Arnold, one of the top producers in the world, has been in AIR Studio in north London this week working on a new, epic orchestral arrangement.

    And Noel can look forward to another tidy royalty check off the back of it. A source said: “A couple of months back the Olympic production team got in touch with Noel about playing his part in the closing ceremony. “Along with his manager, they thought long and hard about it. It was a big temptation, with 650million people expected to tune in on TV. “But he knocked it back in the end — he has been on a great tour and he doesn’t really need to do it.

    The organisers asked Liam if he was game and he said yes. “The Who are on the same bill, so he was well up for it. “The team wanted something quintessentially British — a real flag-waving, singalong moment to show the rest of the world what this country has produced.

    Oasis were exactly that and, whether it’s Noel or his brother Liam, they just wanted a bit of rock ’n’ roll in there.” Other acts in the closing ceremony include Kaiser Chiefs — and Russell Brand doing a turn with Dawn French and Jennifer Saunders.

    All performers have had to sign serious non-disclosure contracts to keep the big night a surprise. Oscar-winning film director Danny Boyle has been overseeing the process, so it’s bound to be special.

    On stage in front of 650million will also give Liam the chance to advertise his Pretty Green clobber — which will be getting Games organisers in a lather.

     There’s also a good chance at least one four-letter word will slip out. If swearing was an Olympic event, Liam would be the Usain Bolt of the field.

     Via L4E Source: thesun.co.uk



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    Wednesday, July 18, 2012


      Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds North American tour pre-sale details

    Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds North American tour pre-sale ticket details available now!

    First pre-sales start July 19th. You can discover all the details for the available pre-sales on the forthcoming North America tour from the members' area of the noelgallagher.com.

     You must be logged in to access the passwords and on sale times and dates.

     Via L4E source: noelgallagher.com



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      Review: Noel Gallagher's HFB at Edinburgh Castle

    Lit up in all its glory, complete with flaming torches, Edinburgh Castle makes for a spectacular backdrop for a concert.

    Something Noel Gallagher is quick to note. “Nice gaff this innit?” he says, admiring the surroundings, before adding cheekily: “Mine’s twice the size.”

    Unshackled from the restraints of what Oasis had become, the 45-year-old has blossomed into a much more engaging performer. Gone is the surly, taciturn nature that once typified his stage persona, replaced by a more relaxed, carefree attitude.

    Playing his debut solo album almost in its entirety, the singer demonstrates that, freed from the lumbering rock behemoth that was his former group, he has still got an ear for a catchy, melodic rock tune, with The Death Of You And Me and AKA... What A Life particular stand-outs.

    “I assume we’re all Oasis fans?” he then asks rhetorically, launching into a rip-roaring version of Whatever. With around a third of the set comprising Oasis tunes, including Little By Little and an acoustic Supersonic, he was always sure to have everyone in the sold-out arena onside.

    There was, of course, a final dilemma. Out of all the other massive hits, which should be the closer? Simple.The one that he got to sing. “I think you might know the words to the chorus,” he says, playing the opening riff to Don’t Look Back In Anger. Yes, Noel. You know fine well we do.

    Rating: ****





    Via L4e / Source: www.scotsman.com



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      Noel Gallagher Wants To "Move Like Bill Wyman"


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    Noel Gallagher: 'I don't see a time when I'll retire' Noel Gallagher Tickets Singer says he wants to keep going for as long as The Rolling Stones


    Noel Gallagher has said he doesn't think there will ever be a "time when he retires" and he intends to make music for as long as he can.

    The former Oasis guitarist, who released his debut solo album 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' in October of last year, told The Sun that he can't imagine ever wanting to pack it in and that he intends to keep going for as long as The Rolling Stones.

    Asked if he could imagine being around for as long as the Stones, Gallagher said: "Evidently The Rolling Stones are not a gang any more. It’s easier for a solo artist, so I don’t see a time when I’ll retire. I never see a time when I'll pack in, especially if I'm still writing. What else am I going to do? There's only so much TV you can watch."

    The guitarist also joked about his dance moves and said that, rather than having moves like Mick Jagger, he "moves like Bill Wyman".

    He added: "As the song goes, I haven't got moves like Jagger – I’ve more got moves like Wyman. But people at gigs either want to dance or sing, and I can make people do that. And they’re not watching me anyway, because if you look, they’re staring at the heavens singing their hearts out, and that's magical."

    Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds embark on a UK tour in September. He will also play the iTunes Festival on September 12 at London's Roundhouse and will tour the US alongside Snow Patrol later this year.

    Via L4e / nme.com



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    Tuesday, July 17, 2012


      Fame is a cruel mistress comrades

    From Noel Gallagher's 'Tales From The Middle Of Nowhere' tour diary.

    OK comrades. I don't have much time. Long time? Just can't seem to keep up during festival season. Too much going on. Here goes anyway . . .

    So let's go back to what seems a lifetime ago now to the south of France. Can't remember the actual town/city I was in but it was beautiful. Blistering sunshine. Might have actually got a little bit sunburned!! Always a good look eh?

    So the gig was going really, really, well, it was actually shaping up to be one of the greatest when right at the end of the 4th song . . . DREAM ON I believe . . . BANG the power went!! Stage in full darkness . . . total silence!! It took 20 minutes to get things up and running again and by that time the moment had passed so to speak. Shame, it really was gonna be a good 'un. Still the mighty Franz Ferdinand were on next (yes you cheeky fuckers they ACTUALLY ARE still going!). So I'm sure they brought proceedings to an adequate close.

    Next up was Berne in Switzerland. Truly stunning city. I kid you not it has a river running through it and the water is BLUE...ACTUALLY FUCKING BLUE!!!!!!!!?????? Unbelievable. Bought a lovely pair of shoes too. The festival is a good 'un. Done it many times. Up the top of a mountain. I was on first though . . . FIRST!!!! The actual first person onstage was me!!! Last time I played there I HEADLINED it!! Fame is a cruel mistress comrades. It was like playing at breakfast. Bizarre. We did great though. Enjoyed it.

    So, after that I think we drove back to France, to Lyon to be exact. I remember on the drive there we watched that film PULP FICTION. My other guitarist - who's name escapes me now - had never seen it . . . NEVER SEEN PULP FICTION??????? Like..fuck me!!! Unbelievable.

    Lyon was great. Pissed down the minute we got there. It was warm rain though. The wind got blowing in such a way that by the time we took the stage it was raining onstage . . . raining onstage? Another first. The gig was a blinder though. Really, really good.

    So . . . then . . . on to Benicassim. If you've never been to Beni' then you really should try and get there. If only for the weather. Beautiful. It was my 100th show as a solo artist thing and I have to say it was definitely the best gig of the tour no question, but I tell you this, it might well have been one of the best shows I've ever done, EVER. It was that good. If you are reading this and you happened to be in that crowd I thank you. You were immense. Truly special. You made it a great, great night. IZ'FUCKIN RIGHT!!!

    I was on before the Stone Roses again. They also smashed it. Crushed it even. We partied hard. Seen the sun rise. A magical, magical night.

    You currently find me in Edinburgh. Playing at the castle tonight. Then 8 days off!!!

    I'm looking forward to some of that.

    ONWARDS.

    via L4e / source: noelgallagher.com



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    Monday, July 16, 2012


      Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds AKA...What A Life! (The Amorphous Androgynous Remix)




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      Liam Gallagher Makes Final Four in NME's Ultimate Musical Icon of last 60 Years Poll

    Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, former Oasis man Liam Gallagher, David Bowie and John Lennon have made the final four in NME's search for the Ultimate Musical Icon of the last 60 years.

    Our search for the Ultimate Icon of NMEs lifetime began earlier this year with a shortlist of 60 people and has now reached the semi-final stage.

    To celebrate NME's 60th birthday, we're going to be crowning the ultimate musical icon from the magazine's lifetime and the current shortlist of four will be narrowed down to two in the coming weeks.

    To vote for your choice, head to NME.COM/ultimateicon and click on your choice.

    To find out more about the search for NME's Ultimate Musical Icon of the last 60 years and to read four of NME's top writers naming their choice for the award, pick up the new issue of NME, which is on newsstands now or available digitally.

    You can also watch a video where the likes of Kasabian, Florence And The Machine, The Maccabees, The Who's Roger Daltrey, Katy B and Marina And The Diamonds name their ultimate icon by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

    The shortlist for the NME's Ultimate Icon of the last 60 years is as follows:

    Alex Turner
    David Bowie
    John Lennon
    Liam Gallagher


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      Noel Gallagher Announces North American Co Headlining Tour with Snow Patrol




    Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Snow Patrol will embark on a co-headlining tour of North America this coming autumn, the British acts have announced.

    The tour will begin in Portland on October 23rd and continues into November, when a first show will arrive at Kansas City on the 1st. The tour will end in Houston on November 9th.

    The announcement marks a further continuation of live duties for Noel Gallagher in support of his debut solo album ‘Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds‘ which was released last year, while Snow Patrol will be promoting their own 2011 record ‘Fallen Empires‘.


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    Sunday, July 15, 2012


      Watch Noel Gallagher's Full Gig at Benicassim



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      Noel Gallagher to play intimate and exclusive acoustic show in London

    Xfm and War Child are proud to announce that Noel Gallagher will be playing an intimate and exclusive acoustic show at Camden's Dingwalls on Tuesday August 14th.

     Part of the Xfm Legends series to celebrate 20 years of Xfm, the show is in aid of War Child and the only way to gain access to this special one-off event is via Xfm, www.xfm.co.uk and www.noelgallagher.com

     Support on the night will come from Jake Bugg.

     Listen to Xfm and check www.xfm.co.uk and www.noelgallagher.com for further details on how to win tickets for this unmissable acoustic performance from a true Xfm Legend.

     Details of an exclusive strictly limited 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' CD or vinyl singles collectors box can be found here.



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    Thursday, July 12, 2012


      Listen to Noel Gallagher Interview with Q Radio







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    Wednesday, July 11, 2012


      Video: Noel Gallagher Talks to Jo Whiley @ Isle of Wight Festival



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      Noel: Beady Eye have my permission to play my songs


    tabloid alert:

    Noel Gallagher has said Beady Eye ‘have his permission’ to play Oasis songs during their future live sets, as it will make him some extra money.

    Noel’s former bandmates introduced two Oasis songs – ‘Rock n Roll Star‘ and ‘Morning Glory‘ – to their setlist during a couple of recent outings in the UK, both of which were written by the elder Gallagher brother.

    And, quoted in today’s Sun newspaper, Noel has said he is happy for Beady Eye to continue playing the big Oasis hits – as long as they remember to fill out the relevant PRS forms.

    “Beady Eye have my permission to play my songs and they should do whatever they like,” he is quoted as saying. “I say he should go around the world, do those songs and fill out the PRS forms.”


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    Tuesday, July 10, 2012


      Noel Gallagher: Comrades . . . this will be a long one

    From Noel Gallagher's 'Tales From The Middle Of Nowhere' tour diary.

     Comrades . . . this will be a long one.

     So, the last time we spoke was when? 2 weeks ago? Must have been? Was it? Hang on . . . let me check . . . that's right . . . it was the night before the festival in Belgium. OK . . . right I'll get my thinking cap on and give you the lo-down (as best I can anyway!).

    So . . . I remember the festival being quite a big one. Massive crowd. Big guns headlining. Think it was them Red Hot Chilli Peppers on my night (yes it was!). The show itself was OK. Not bad. It certainly broke the run of amazing shows that's for sure. The best thing about it was I was introduced onstage by Vincent Kompany, Manchester City's captain. He's from Brussels see? And me and him were going to do the launch of the new Manchester City kits for next season. Both of these occurrences were a true honour. Vinnie's a top boy. Might actually be the coolest lad on the planet. We hung out after the show and watched the Euro Championship final. Happy days!!

    The next day I had to be up early to do the football kit thing. Hadn't actually gone to bed 'till 4am so I wasn't feeling (or looking!) the best. Vinnie on the other hand had managed an early night and turned up looking like the super-cool, well oiled athlete he is. I on the other hand stunk of cig's and alcohol looking every bit like the 45yr old father of 3 that I am. Not good. Not good at all. In all my time in this game that might have been the single most difficult thing I've ever had to do.

    At one point I think I was sweating pure alcohol. Imagine doing that while one of your heroes looks down on you and asks if you're alright, while a photographer snaps away asking you if "you could just get a bit closer?" Did it though and the kit looks the bollocks.

    So, after that I remember we flew to Montreux in Switzerland for a show at the "Montreux Jazz Festival"!! That's right, you heard . . . "the Montreux JAZZ Festival". Not sure what I was doing there but a gig's a gig and what a gig!! A right good laugh and all. And I got presented (on stage which was a bit weird) with a very expensive watch by the founder of the festival Mr. Claude Nobs (pronounced CLOUD NEBZ). Worth €3000!! Or so he informed the audience anyway. Thanks very much Mr.Nobs . . . just what I've always wanted . . . my very own jazz watch!!

    After that we drove overnight to Milan. I love Milan and Italy in general. Weather was mad hot. Must've been nearly 100 onstage!! Not as hot as Coachella but proper sizzling all the same. Show was alright. Nothing more, nothing less. I remember being taken out for dinner after to some swanky footballery type gaff. Very nice it was too . . . Beckham used to go there I'm told.

    So . . . after that would have been T In the Park? Yes, I think so!! Horrific weather. Dark black clouds. Torrential rain, rain, rain. Mud every-fucking-where. Horrible . . . and that was just BACKSTAGE!!! Lord only knows what it was like out front? Still (and this is truly amazing) it never spoiled the atmosphere. The crowd up there are something else. Unbelievable behaviour. Well done!

    We had a great show bar a couple of hic-ups here and there but we smashed it!! We were on before the Stone Roses. It was great to see them AND to see them enjoying themselves. A great night all round.

    After that we flew to Birmingham to do a little acoustic gig for that radio station Kerrang!! That's right, you heard. A heavy metal radio station. Don't ask . . . I didn't. It was good though.

    So . . . after that we flew here to the south of France. Fucking plane was full of young people (off on their holidays one would imagine). Giggling girls and boys with sideways haircuts and girls jeans on . . . that's what it looked like to me anyway.

    I think that's about it. Got a festival tonight. A big one . . . it must be big 'cause the mighty Franz Ferdinand are headlining!! What was that?? Of course they're still going!!!! ONWARDS.

     GD.

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    Monday, July 09, 2012


      Video: Noel Gallagher Highlights from T in the Park









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    Saturday, July 07, 2012


      Liam Gallagher Would Have Played a Supporting Role with Oasis for Stone Roses



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    Liam Gallagher has said he'd been quite happy to support The Stone Roses, even if he was still playing with Oasis.

    Gallagher, whose band Beady Eye supported The Stone Roses on Saturday (June 30) during the second of their three Heaton Park gigs, told BBC 6Music that he would have opened up for the reunited legends, whether he was still singing alongside brother Noel, or, as it turned out, with Beady Eye.

    Asked about this, the singer said: "I already hoped we would [support The Stone Roses], I'd have done it with Oasis. I'm not one of these people who goes 'We're not supporting you because we're just as big as you', I think some days you've got to drop your guard, it doesn't matter who's headlining. It just so happens we're doing it with Beady Eye, who are just as important as Oasis."

    Gallagher also said he believed that no new band could sell as many tickets as The Stone Roses, because today's generation "have too much".

    Asked if he thought it was a sign of the times that a reformed band could sell so many tickets, Gallagher replied: "It just goes to show that there's a lot of shit out there at the moment, but the Roses are great and they deserve it. If the bands were good, it would happen. The kids have got too much these days. Years ago, all we had was a guitar and a football."

    via L4e / source: NME.com




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    Friday, July 06, 2012


      Do Oasis Have Top #1 Single of Last 60 Years?


    2012 marks 60 years of the Official Singles Chart and ITV, with a little help from us certified pop geeks of the Official Charts Company, have conducted a nationwide poll to find The Nation's Favourite Number 1 Single.

    The 60 song countdown will be broadcast as three separate programs, with the first instalment airing this Sunday (July 8) at 9pm on ITV 1. Since the initial shortlist was announced in April, you lot have voted in your millions, and now, OfficialCharts.com can finally reveal the Top 10!

    Listed in alphabetical order, it is as follows:

    Abba DancingQueen
    Adele Someone Like You
    Britney Spears …Baby One More Time
    John Lennon Imagine
    Kylie Minogue Can’t Get You Out Of My Head
    Michael Jackson Billie Jean
    Oasis Don’t Look Back In Anger
    Queen Bohemian Rhapsody
    The Beatles Hey Jude
    Whitney Houston I Will Always Love You










    But who will be crowned The Nation's Favourite Number 1 Single? Log on to www.itv.com/nationsfavouritenumberone now to cast your vote.

    via L4e / source: officialcharts.com



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    Thursday, July 05, 2012


      Win Tix and Guitar Signed by Noel Gallagher


    Visit the Hard Rock Edinburgh site to find out how.

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    Tuesday, July 03, 2012


      Coxon to Jam With Noel Gallagher?

    Former rival rockers Noel Gallagher and Graham Coxon are set to perform a song together for the first time when they hit the road later this year (12).

    The ex-Oasis star had a long-running war-of-words with Coxon and his Blur bandmates in the 1990s but recently buried the hatchet with the guitarist and singer Damon Albarn.

    To show they are pals again, Gallagher invited Coxon to support him as a special guest on tour with his new band High Flying Birds in September (12), and Coxon has now confessed he wants them to 'jam' together onstage.

     He tells Uncut magazine, "Yeah, it's weird I'm going out on tour with Noel. I've never talked to him about music, it's always been shuffly feeted (sic) small-talk. Whenever we've met we've got on just fine. He's a pretty solid bloke, Noel. "I don't know what was going on with the whole Blur/Oasis thing. I tried to stay out of it, really. Will we be jamming together? I dunno, but I'm definitely open to suggestions!"

     via L4e / source: contactmusic.com



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      Liam Gallagher Talks New Beady Eye Album



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    Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher has told fans the band will commence the recording of their second album ‘some time this year’ after what are expected to be their only live appearances in the UK of 2012 were completed last weekend.

    Speaking to BBC 6Music ahead of Beady Eye’s spot supporting The Stone Roses at the second of the reunited band’s homecoming Heaton Park concerts on June 30th, Gallagher said he believes the new material is ‘sounding good’, but added there is more writing to be done before principal recording begin


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    Monday, July 02, 2012


      Liam Gallagher on playing with The Stone Roses

    Singer says he's quite happy to play second fiddle to the reunited legends.
    Liam Gallagher has said he'd been quite happy to support The Stone Roses, even if he was still playing with Oasis.

    Gallagher, who supported The Stone Roses on Saturday (June 30) during the second of their three Heaton Park gigs, told BBC 6Music that he would have opened up for the reunited legends, whether he was still singing alongside brother Noel, or, as it turned out, with Beady Eye.

    Asked about this, the singer said: "I already hoped we would [support the Stone Roses], I'd have done it with Oasis. I'm not one of these people who goes 'We're not supporting you because we're just as big as you', I think some days you've got to drop your guard, it doesn't matter who's headlining. It just so happens we're doing it with Beady Eye, who are just as important as Oasis."

    Gallagher also said he believed that no new band could sell as many tickets as The Stone Roses, because today's generation "have too much".

    Asked if he thought it was a sign of the times that a reformed band could sell so many tickets, Gallagher replied: "It just goes to show that there's a lot of shit out there at the moment, but the Roses are great and they deserve it. If the bands were good, it would happen. The kids have got too much these days. Years ago, all we had was a guitar and a football."

    NME's definitive review of the Stone Roses homecoming shows will hit newsstands next Wednesday (July 4) – if you want your photos to be included in the issue, tweet us your Heaton Park pictures or post them to Instagram using the hashtag #heatonparknme.

    Source: www.nme.com



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      Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds collectors box set available to order now

    For a very limited period all the singles from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are available to order and they have an exclusive, strictly limited CD or vinyl singles collectors box set which comes complete with limited, numbered polaroid.

     Either order the complete box with all the singles inside, OR empty boxes to keep all your singles in - you can also order individual singles to complete your collection!!

    For more details click here.



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      Noel Gallagher had quite frankly the most APPALLING Chinese ever!


    From Noel Gallagher's 'Tales From The Middle Of Nowhere' tour diary.

     Yes comrades.

     So, the festival in Oslo was a bit weird. It took place at a ski-jumping . . . thing (not sure what the correct term is) . . . at the top of a mountain. Freezing cold and in thick fog. A bit miserable. That bird Rhianna was headlining.

    I'm told she had an entourage of 100 people!!! ONE HUNDRED!!!!! I've got (a quite pathetic) 11. Not sure the young 'uns down the front appreciated a bit of the old rock 'n' folk.

    They didn't look too happy anyway. All that being said it was ANOTHER great gig! What's that now? 5 in a row? The record books are being ripped up here! Back down the hill in the town there was what seemed like another festival of sorts going on in the park in the main square. A free one I think. I could hear it from my room. A bit cabaret. It sounded like a load of local bands doing covers.

     All good clean fun. Anyway . . . after going for what was quite frankly the most APPALLING Chinese I think I've ever had I tried to get my head down. The town was a bit rowdy though. I think the free festival thing must've had a late licence.

    Funny thing is . . . at about 2am I was woken by the noise coming from the park. Over the PA and as clear as night I could hear someone doing an acoustic cover of "Don't Look Back In Anger"!!!! I kid you not (the bastards murdered it by the way!). ONWARDS. GD.

     Source: www.noelgallagher.com



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