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    Tuesday, April 29, 2014


      Noel Gallagher: 'I'll reunite Oasis for half a billion pounds – or half a billion condoms'

    Noel Gallagher has joked he would reform Oasis for £500 million – or 500 million condoms.

    The singer made the comments when appearing on Talksport last night (April 28), as reported by Digital Spy.

    Asked about the speculation over an Oasis reunion, Gallagher said: "I was in the newsagent the other day when the story broke and the Daily Star said, 'Oasis to get back together for £500 million', which is half a billion."

    I'd do it for half a billion anything: Yorkshire Tea bags, condoms, Pot Noodles.

    Rumours of a Gallagher brothers reunion began to spread after Liam Gallagher tweeted the letters O A S I S and a further tweet which read "OASIS LG" last Thursday night (April 24). Bookmakers Paddy Power and Ladbrokes then suspended betting on the possibility of the band reforming and headlining Glastonbury, where the final headliner is yet to be revealed.

    However, Ex Oasis guitarist Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs told NME Gallagher's tweets may have been posted simply because the former bandmates went out for a drink together. Asked what Gallagher's tweets could have meant, Bonehead said: "Probably the fact that I texted him going, ‘Meet me in the beer garden’. That probably rattled his cage. Maybe that. I don’t know though, because I meet him every fucking month. Maybe he’s just reminiscing."

    Source: www.nme.com



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    Monday, April 28, 2014


      Damon VS Noel

    Blur frontman describes class rivalry between the two bands as "insane".

    Damon Albarn has said that while Oasis and Blur were always rivals during their Britpop heyday, Noel Gallagher held the upper hand in the press.

    He also discussed the division that many fans saw between northern, working class Oasis and southern, middle class Blur.

    Speaking in an interview with The Guardian, the Blur frontman said: "The whole class thing was just insane," says Albarn, growing suddenly animated even after all these years. "But we were young and we let ourselves get caught up in it. And the competitiveness was ridiculous for a while, but, you know, I was never gonna beat Noel in a war of words."

    The pair have recently become friends and collaborators, and Albarn recently told NME that making an album with Gallagher is a "distinct possibility" in future.

    "I still see Noel from time to time. We text a bit," Albarn said. When asked if the pair would be making a record together, he replied, "I can imagine that being a very distinct possibility at some point in the future. But, as yet we haven't really talked about it, although…"

    Albarn continued: "OK we have a little bit. We're talking. It's not anything to get excited about yet. I mean, he's doing his thing. He's finishing a new record. I've got my record coming out, but the principle of us making music together is something…you know, it would be fair to say, we have discussed it at least once."

    Source: www.nme.com



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    Friday, April 25, 2014


      TGIF

    Also from the Daily Star UK:

    TV presenter and radio host Andy Goldstein said that fans will be disappointed if they think the legendary group are reforming, despite Liam Gallagher's string of tweets spelling out the name of the band last night.

    Andy said he text Noel to ask him if the rumours were true, and he was left in no doubt after the guitarist responded.

    The radio host tweeted today: "I just text Noel asking about the chance of reforming... his reply 'There's more chance of me and my ex-wife getting back together'.

    "So no."



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      Liam Gallagher tweets spark rumours of Oasis reunion

    Last night


    Two bookmakers suspend betting on the group playing Glastonbury after several cryptic messages cause a storm on Twitter.

    A series of cryptic tweets from former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has provoked a frenzy of speculation the band could reform.

    He spelled out the band's name in a series of five messages on Twitter on Thursday night.

    Gallagher followed this up with another tweet that simply said: "Oasis LG."

    Oasis guitarist Bonehead believes Liam Gallagher's cryptic tweets about Oasis may have been spurred by a trip to the pub. Many fans took the tweets as evidence the group is getting back together, and the messages have since between retweeted tens of thousands of times.

    Bookmakers Ladbrokes and Paddy Power have suspended betting on the band headlining Glastonbury as a result.

    Oasis, which included Liam's brother Noel on lead guitar and vocals, enjoyed worldwide success before an acrimonious split in 2009.

    Noel quit after an altercation with Liam, bringing to an end one of the most famous and successful partnerships in British rock history.

    It is almost 20 years since the release of the band's debut album, Definitely Maybe, which went straight to number one.

    Last year, Liam said he would be willing to "bury the hatchet" and get back together to mark the anniversary.

    Via L4E source: news.sky.com



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    Thursday, April 24, 2014


      Oasis 1993 Demos Cassette (remastered)



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      What a tease

    Liam Gallagher took to social media earlier today and set the reunion rumor mill in full gear again.

    Liam tweeted the letters O A S I S, one at a time, over a 3 hour period . He ended the series with the tweet below. As one fan replied "Oasis are back!" another one followed up with: "They never went away.... #liveforever" via L4e



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    Thursday, April 17, 2014


      Oasis - Record Store Day




    In two days time to mark this year’s Record Store Day, Big Brother will release a remastered replica on heavyweight vinyl of ‘Supersonic’, the classic debut 12 inch single from Oasis. 

    For the chance to win one of four of the vinyls, head to the Oasis Instagram, or Twitter.

    Winners will be contacted at 5PM on Friday 18th April.

    Here is a list of the main retailers where you can find the ‘Supersonic’ vinyl:

    Action Records, Adrians Records, Crash Records, E Head, Fidelity Entertainment, Fives, Flashback, Gatefield Sounds, Indulge Retail LTD T/A Head, Musics Not Dead (CWO), Piccadilly Records Ltd, Probe Records, Reflex, Resident, Rise Bristol, Rough Trade East, Record Collector, Rock-A-Boom, Sister Ray (2008) Ltd (CWO), Sounds Of The Universe, The Record Shop Ltd, Beggars, Banquet Retail Ltd, Record And Discs Ltd T/A Tower, Spindizzy Ltd (COA), Rise At The Gift Shop and Wallace Books Ltd T/A David’s Music (COA).



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    Monday, April 14, 2014


      Record Store Day: Win a signed Liam Gallagher limited edition vinyl



    To celebrate Record Store Day this Saturday Pretty Green wants you to re create your favourite 12 inch vinyl album cover...

    They're giving away a limited edition Beady Eye remixed record signed by Liam Gallagher to the best vinyl album cover.

    To be in with a chance of winning a limited edition signed Beady Eye remixed record simply follow the instructions below:

    1. Snap a photo of your re created 12 inch vinyl album cover (choose one or show all of them)
    2. Tag your photo with #PGrecordstoreday to ensure we receive your entry
    3. Share your entry on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the tag #welovepg and #PGrecordstoreday
    PG judges will select their favourite album cover to be declared the winner. Deadline for entries is 23.59BST Friday 18th April.

    The winner will be announced on Sat 19th April 2014. Only entries submitted via Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and tagged with #PGrecordstoreday will be accepted. One entry per user. PG judges decision is final. Pretty Green reserves the right to amend the terms of this competition at any time and to take appropriate action including cancellation of the competition if it deems such action necessary. All entries must fully adhere to INSTAGRAM TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

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    Thursday, April 10, 2014


      After the release of Oasis' Supersonic Britain would never be the same....



    How Oasis convinced Britain that we could have it all

    Twenty years ago, on April 11 1994, Oasis released their debut single, Supersonic. Britain would never be the same, says Neil McCormick

    When we think of the Nineties, the monobrow image of the Gallagher brothers is stamped indelibly across the decade. It is surely one of the oddest love affairs in pop history, when a gang of heavy-drinking scallywags were clutched to the bosom of the nation, celebrated from Coronation Street to Downing Street while waving two fingers at everyone, including each other. Oasis did something no pop group since the Beatles had done, infusing the whole country with their self-belief.

    Supersonic, released 20 years ago, on April 11 1994, was the perfect debut single to unleash Britpop madness. It starts with a big, bold, beat and snaky guitar riff, before a sneering vocal declares, “I need to be myself, I can’t be no one else.” What follows is almost five minutes of euphoric nonsense involving helicopters, yellow submarines and a girl called Elsa who sniffs Alka Seltzer. But it is the assertion that “you can have it all” and the question “how much do you want it?” that announces the arrival of a new pop generation, with a brand new attitude.
    It was not supposed to be the Mancunian rockers’ calling card. Indeed, it didn’t even exist when they went into The Pink Museum, a cheap studio in Liverpool, for a cut-price, overnight session to record their debut. Alan McGee, the boss of Creation Records, wanted his new signings to announce themselves with punky anthem Bring It On Down, but they struggled to capture its fierce energy. Rather than waste the session, Noel Gallagher knocked out Supersonic in 30 minutes.

     The songwriter was on a high, writing so fast that, “it was difficult to keep up. We’d have four new songs every week.” They made a rough mix of the song that has never been changed since, and everyone was so pleased with the results it was promoted to the A-side. “A lot of bands’ first singles, they’re kind of finding their feet. We hit the ground running with that one,” asserts Gallagher.

    Before Oasis, music in the Nineties was an explosion of techno, jungle, trip hop, big beat and psychedelic indie. Ubiquitous yet unfocused, all this wonderful, amorphous noise was easy to ignore. Newspaper editors, the chattering classes and parents of pop consumers neither knew nor cared who was in the charts. Music was everywhere in the Nineties, yet nothing was holding the centre. There were no songs we could all sing together.
    Oasis changed all that. Supersonic only reached number 31 in the UK charts, but it was enough to put Oasis on the radio and on Top of the Pops, and give us a first glimpse of a group of stylish, confident young men. One month later, Definitely Maybe became the fastest-selling debut in UK pop history.
    Britpop, until then just a fringe notion of indie scruffs scheming with NME hacks in Camden lock-ins, was suddenly real, and the country was alive with the clatter of guitar bands singing about what it meant to be young, broke and British.



    Definitely Maybe sold 15 million copies worldwide. Britain grew heady with notions of musical empires, convinced it might rule the airwaves once again. Cool Britannia became a horribly triumphalist catchphrase, echoing the rise of Tony Blair and New Labour’s champagne socialism.

    Into this funnel would pour the Spice Girls and their Union Jack miniskirts, Hugh Grant and Liz Hurley, Baddiel and Skinner, Fantasy Football, Three Lions, Loaded magazine, Katie Price, Vinnie Jones, Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels, Chris Evans, TFI Friday, All Saints, Robbie Williams, Harry Potter and Damien Hirst. It almost goes without saying that it all ended badly.

    The way Oasis swept everything before them, there was an assumption that the sky was the limit. Now that they are no more, maybe we can stop judging them by what might have been, and focus on what was.
    Supersonic remains an electric bolt of a record, a thrilling first shot from a band of ebullient chancers who just wanted to rock, and to sing, and have a ball. Everything else that we pinned on their shoulders was really about us as a nation, daring to believe in ourselves again.

    There is a quote from NME, in 1994, when Noel Gallagher describes a meeting with a fan. “She came up to me and said, 'I’ve got Supersonic and I’m really into your lyrics and I’ve been through a lot as well.’ And I went, 'What do you mean? Supersonic is about some ------- nine-stone geezer who got off his nut one night… it’s not about anything!’ It’s just about a feeling, you just get up and play it.


    via l4e / source: Telegraph.co.uk



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    Wednesday, April 09, 2014


      Noel Gallagher - Damon Albarn collaboration 'a destinct possibility'



    Damon Albarn has told NME he and Noel Gallagher have ‘discussed’ the possibility of collaborating together in the future.

    The former rivals publicly rubber-stamped their reconciliation at the 2013 Teenage Cancer Trust concerts when Gallagher, acting as curator last year, joined Albarn and his Blur chum Graham Coxon onstage for a rendition of ‘Tender‘.

    Since then, rumours have been rife of a studio hook-up between the pair and Albarn, who has his first solo record ‘Everyday Robots‘ out at the end of this month, has now admitted that is a possibility in the future.

    “I can imagine that being a very distinct possibility at some point in the future,” he said of a collaboration. “But, as yet we haven’t really talked about it. OK, we have a little bit. We’re talking. It’s not anything to get excited about yet. I mean, he’s doing his thing.”

    “He’s finishing a new record. I’ve got my record coming out, but the principle of us making music together is something, you know, it would be fair to say, we have discussed it at least once.”


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    Wednesday, April 02, 2014


      Uncut's 'The Ultimate Music Guide; Oasis




    What's the story? To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oasis, Uncut's latest Ultimate Music Guide is a 148-page tribute to the wild genius of Noel and Liam Gallagher. 

    As ever, we've tracked down the greatest Oasis interviews in the NME and Melody Maker archives, and reprinted them: chaotic, hilarious, unabridged. And once you've read through all the bitching, battling and tales of legendary carnage, Uncut's team of writers have filed revelatory new pieces on every album - from Oasis' epochal debut, right up to Noel and Liam's most recent adventures. Throw in an embarrassment of rare pictures, discographies, collectables and a new intro by Bonehead, and that's The Ultimate Music Guide: Oasis... Definitely Mayhem!



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