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    Friday, November 27, 2015

      Whichever way you look at it, Oasis still beat Adele

    In a not-so-shocking turn of events Adele's 25 has smashed chart records, with 800,307 sales in a week.

    It's the fastest selling album in chart history, overtaking Oasis's record-breaking album Be Here Now which sold 696,000 copies in its first chart week.

    However, the Gallagher brothers' 1997 triumph was after only three days on sale. It was released on a Thursday and charted on a Sunday.

    Compared with 25's first three days of sales, Oasis easily outshine Adele.
    Be Here Now sold 158,000 more copies than 25, which shifted 538,000 in 72 hours.
    Album covers for 25 and Be Here Now

    So the comparison you've been hearing about is not like-for-like over a seven-day period.
    Over a full week, Liam and Noel still sold more.

    Be Here Now shifted 813,000 in that time compared to Adele's 800,307.
    So whichever way you look at it, Oasis still beat Adele.

    And in those days, before downloading existed, you had to go and buy a physical CD at the shops.

    The Official Chart doesn't use a like-for-like seven-day comparison.
    In the past music released on any day before the day of the Official Chart was eligible to chart that week.

    Earlier this year, The Official Chart moved from Sundays to Fridays to reflect the global change.
    Now all music is released on Fridays worldwide, and then has the chance of charting the following Friday.

    The success of Adele and 25 should still be applauded of course, especially as the album is unavailable to stream on Spotify. And she did break the US album record for sales.

    But what happened in August 1997 with Liam and Noel is still the record-breaker and is unlikely to ever be beaten. No other act has sold as many copies of an album in the same period.

    source: BBC

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    Tuesday, November 24, 2015

      Noel Gallagher to play BBC Radio 2’s ‘In Concert’

    Noel Gallagher will spend December 7th with Radio 2, culminating with a live performance at the BBC Radio Theatre in London as part of the station’s In Concert series.

    “We’ve persuaded a fantastic range of world class musicians to our In Concert stage over the years and it’s great to have Noel Gallagher join us again with some unique interpretations of his songs,” BBC Radio 2’s head of music Jeff Smith comments.


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    Wednesday, November 11, 2015

      Nicky Wire: Oasis would make a really f#cking good new album

    Manic Street Preachers bassist and lyricist Nicky Wire has called for Oasis' return, saying that they would make a "really fucking good" new album.

    Oasis parted ways in 2009, with rumours of a potential reunion circulating since. These intensified earlier this year despite constant dismissals from Noel Gallagher.

    Speaking to NME this week about which things from the '90s he'd like to see make a comeback, Wire picked out the Britpop band, saying: "Obviously Oasis."

    Wire added: "I'm a genuine fan and Noel's interviews are still the most entertaining things I read all year."

    Despite Noel Gallagher recently stating that the band would not reunite because they couldn't top what they've already achieved, Wire still thinks the group have something to offer.

    "I think they could make a really good record," Wire continued. "Being away's freed them up and I think they'd make a really fucking good record. I think they'd be wanting to prove themselves with a brilliant record. But then what do I know?"


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    Thursday, November 05, 2015

      Noel Gallagher Interview with Esquire

    Noel Gallagher is Esquire's December Cover Star

    Twenty years after Britpop, Noel Gallagher is still our most outspoken rock star. Exclusively for Esquire, he talks about the highs and lows of Oasis, marriage, midlife crises, fame, fatherhood, going solo and life as the last of a dying breed. Little spotty herberts (and Radiohead) need not read on...

    I hope it won’t sound too much like dereliction of duty but when the subject of an interview is as garrulous and opinionated and indiscreet and just plain entertaining as Noel Gallagher is, the job of the journalist is simply to turn up with a fully charged Dictaphone and press “record”.

    There’s little need for searching questions or penetrating insights, and good luck with trying to get a word in even if you had arrived armed with those. (I’d had a bash, of course, as you do, but I needn’t have bothered.)

    Better to sit back, keep quiet, and enjoy the show. It’s not that one is a non-participant exactly, just that the vacancy is for an audience member and the requirement is to nod, laugh or grimace at the right moments.

    Only a handful of times in the two hours and more we spent talking did I – gently – attempt to steer the conversation, to pick Noel up on some small point of fact, or challenge an opinion.

    “Honestly,” he said, exasperated, after perhaps the third such timid intervention, “you’re like my missus, you are. You’re interrupting! You’re putting me in a corner!”

    “Sorry,” I said, but he’d already started on the next anecdote, so he didn’t hear me.

    We met in the sitting room of a substantial house in Hampstead, North London, on a late afternoon in early autumn. This wasn’t Noel’s house or mine, the latter possibility less likely given the size and neighbourhood and air of deep-pocketed seclusion. It had been hired for the day as the location for the Esquire cover shoot. Neither of us had been before and it’s not likely we’ll go again. But for a couple of hours, the tasteful greys and muted beiges, smooth surfaces and soft furnishings of this spacious room served as Noel’s stage. I settled myself at right angles to him on a low suede sofa and waited for the fireworks. I didn’t have to wait long.

    It’s hard to express quite how refreshing it is to interview a famous person who not only feels that giving funny, honest, even outrageous answers to a journalist’s questions is part of the job of being a performer. More than that, to meet a celebrity who genuinely enjoys the process of being interviewed, who wouldn’t rather be somewhere, anywhere, else doing something, anything, else.

    At one stage I wondered if Noel has any hobbies.

    “This is my hobby!”

    “You mean, music?”

    “No! This: doing interviews. I fucking love it. I could do this all day long. It’s sick.”

    “Why do you love it so much?”

    “Because I get to be a gobshite, and I get to do that thing: to be the last of a dying breed.”

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    Monday, November 02, 2015

      New Oasis documentary announced

    James Gay Rees, the producer of 'Amy' - which documents the career and life of the late Amy Winehouse - has united with award-winning filmmaker Mat Whitecross for the film, which begins where Noel Gallagher joined his brother Liam's band in 1991.

    The documentary - which will feature archive material - is expected to show the release of the band's first album 'Definitely Maybe,' which still holds the record as the fastest-selling debut album in British history and will follow their rise to fame as they geared up to play Knebworth Park in 1996.

    With 2.6 million applying for tickets for the concerts, the band could have played 20 sold out nights at the venue.

    But the chances of a reunion are unlikely as Noel recently insisted there was no chance of the band reforming for Glastonbury as the music festival ''don't pay enough''.

    He shared: ''I don't know where the rumours keep coming from about Glastonbury. Would we ever do it? They don't have enough money I'm afraid. That's the bottom line, they just don't pay enough. I've done it a few times, I know what they pay and it's not enough"


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