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    Thursday, August 25, 2016


      Liam Gallagher signs record deal with Warner Bros

    The former Oasis man has signed to Warner Bros. Records UK, where he's "looking forward to making some super sweet sounds" - he plans to release his debut solo album next year..

    Speaking about the announcement, Gallagher said: "Very excited to be signing to the mighty Warner Brothers. Looking forward to making some super sweet sounds. Keep the faith!"

    President at Warner Bros. UK, Phil Christie, added: “Liam’s one of the all-time greats - brilliant, distinctive, controversial and captivating.

    “The album he’s currently recording is big, bold and heartfelt, and it feels important and culturally relevant.  It’s great to be working with Liam, Debbie and UROK on such a strong return for one of the UK’s most loved artists.”

    This week in an interview with Q Magazine the Some Might Say singer already revealed he had 10 or 11 tracks, which he described as "chin-out music".

    He teased: “They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are fucking funny.

    “We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people. "

    Via L4E source: radiox.co.uk



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    Wednesday, August 24, 2016


      Liam Gallagher 'looking forward to making some super sweet sounds'




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    Tuesday, August 23, 2016


      Sound like Oasis without busting the bank



    Watch Rabea Massaad and Matt Hornby attempt to sound like your favourite artists on a budget using the most accurate but affordable gear they can find from Andertons Music Co.

    In this episode they attempt to sound like Oasis!



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      Liam - Then. Now. Tomorrow...




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      Liam Gallagher: "One year. A tour for a year. We’d smash it. My bags are still packed from my last tour..."




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    Monday, August 22, 2016


      Liam Gallagher confirms he's going to release new music in 2017

    It's rock and rolls biggest comeback of the year as Liam Gallagher prepares to release new music.

    And in a new interview the former Oasis frontman has told of his drunken feuds with Jamie Oliver, how his girlfriend “saved” him – and how Oasis will never reunite.

    The rocker started dating his manager Debbie Gwyther after he split with ex wife Nicole Appleton , 41, in 2014.

    Speaking about Debbie, 33, he said: “These last few years have been emotional. Eye-opening. Mind-bending. But emotional.

    “Debbie swooped me up as I was falling, she just said, ‘Stop being a d***head.’

    It's rock and rolls biggest comeback of the year as Liam Gallagher prepares to release new music.

    And in a new interview the former Oasis frontman has told of his drunken feuds with Jamie Oliver, how his girlfriend “saved” him – and how Oasis will never reunite.

    The rocker started dating his manager Debbie Gwyther after he split with ex wife Nicole Appleton , 41, in 2014.

    Speaking about Debbie, 33, he said: “These last few years have been emotional. Eye-opening. Mind-bending. But emotional.

    “Debbie swooped me up as I was falling, she just said, ‘Stop being a d***head.’

    He explained: “It’s like Stella Street, round here: Jamie Oliver lives up the road.

    "I got told off for throwing stones at his windows p*ssed-up, asking him to chuck down some bacon rolls.”

    But Liam insisted he won’t be reuniting with his brother Noel, 49, anytime soon.

    He said: “Do you think I want to be in a band with that c***? He says, ‘Liam has to change.’

    "Get to f***....If the guy doesn’t want me back in our band then I don’t want to either.

    “I don’t want to be in a band with someone who doesn’t want me. Put it this way, Noel lives in a £17million house.

    “That changes you, I reckon. You have appropriate furniture, appropriate kitchens, appropriate red wine that Bono’s recommended.

    "And Damon Albarn becomes your mate. Fair dos, but not for me.”

    He added that he misses Noel’s “energy” which is revealed in their up coming film Supersonic.

    He continued: “I miss the Noel in the film, that’s the Noel I know. And I do love him.

    “I don’t sit at home crying into a picture of him, though, and I’m sure he doesn’t of me either. But I’m an energy and I bet he misses that energy.”

    While he says the current music scene is “f****** s***”, Liam is preparing to release new songs next year.

    He added: “We’ve demoed some songs and it’s sounding…I am not embarking on a solo ‘career’.

    “Everyone should know that. There are just 10, 11 songs I’ve written that are eligible to be recorded.

    They’ve got flair, attitude, the melodies are sick and the words are f****** funny.

    “We’ll record them this year and release it next year. It’ll shock people.

    “It’s a record written by me, that’s got all the right ingredients and sounds well tasty.

    “You won’t be scratching your chin. It’s not Pink Floyd and it ain’t Radiohead. It’s chin-out music.

    “Music isn’t influenced by music, I don’t think. It’s influenced by life. To have good music you have to have an interesting, varied life.

    “S*** music comes from boring lives. The reason why so much music is boring, no matter how many bells and whistles and strobes they stick on it, is because they have boring lives.

    “My wonky life over the last few years is going to make for better music.”

    Liam Gallagher talking exclusively to Q Magazine out now.

    Source: www.mirror.co.uk



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    Friday, August 19, 2016


      Liam Gallagher all-but confirms a return to music

    Liam Gallagher has hinted that he is gearing up for a musical comeback.

    The former Oasis star, whose band Beady Eye split back in 2014, has announced plans for a ‘dynamic new chapter’ in his career.

    Speaking to Q Magazine, Gallagher says that he has now “got his life back together” after being “in crisis” after the band’s break up.

    In a teaser preview for the interview, the rocker says: “I’m making plans for a dynamic new chapter in my life. It’s been boring without me, hasn’t it?

    Gallagher hinted that he could be returning to the recording studio last month when he told Twitter followers that he wanted to reclaim his ‘crown’.

    Teasing the possibility, he tweeted: “Be afraid you so called troubadours and you plastic rock n rollers give your paper crown 1 last cuddle coz I'm on my way LG X.”

    Earlier this year Gallagher slammed reports that he was pursuing a solo career, leading fans to believe he could be putting together a new band.

    Responding to rumours, he wrote on Twitter: “Solo record are you f****** tripping d******* im not a c*** LG X.”



























    Via L4E source: standard.co.uk



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    Thursday, August 18, 2016


      Remastered HD video of Oasis' #1 single ‘D’You Know What I Mean?’

    A brand new version of Oasis’ classic 1997 video for their No.1 single ‘D’You Know What I Mean?’ Directors Dom & Nic and members of the original production team have re-worked the video, editing it to Noel Gallagher’s new mix of the track and adding previously unseen footage. The video has been completely re-graded and is now in High Definition format.




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      Liam Gallagher making plans for a dynamic new chapter in his career




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    Wednesday, August 17, 2016


      DVD release date for Oasis documentary 'Supersonic" revealed




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      Tom Delonge: "Liam Gallagher is the most punk dude I've ever met"




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    Wednesday, August 10, 2016


      Oasis at Knebworth 20 years on

    Twenty years ago today, Oasis played the first of two concerts at Knebworth in Hertfordshire, England.

    They were the biggest gigs of their era. The crowning glory of Britpop. Incredibly, one in 20 Britons applied for tickets.

    A quarter of a million eventually got to see Liam, Noel, Bonehead, Guigsy and Whitey as they confirmed their status as the most popular British band since The Beatles. (A status that was swiftly rescinded when the band released their overblown, coke-addled third album Be Here Now 12 months later.)

    But, in that moment, it was hard to argue with Noel when he strode on stage and declared: "You're making history, you lot."

    "I'll never forget the sheer scale of it," says Bonehead, AKA guitarist Paul Arthurs.

    "We flew in from London by helicopter and sort of circled the site. It landed behind the stage but we were like: 'Let's just do a once round and take it all in.' I'll never forget it."

    Not that conditions were completely idyllic. According to one report, singer Liam Gallagher was not too enamoured with the catering, screaming about the state of the sausages and flinging a handful of corn on the cob to the floor.

    Bonehead also found it difficult to prepare, thanks to an inconsiderate support act.

    "We stayed in these Winnebago, caravan things at the back of the stage," he tells BBC 6 Music.

    "I remember thinking 'I'll just have a quick hour in bed before we go on', and the Prodigy came on. If you've ever tried to sleep 20ft from the stage when the Prodigy were on live? Forget that."

    Sleep deprived or not, the band blew away the fans. "Hello, hello, hello. Let's go," said Liam, before launching into a gut-punching opening salvo of Columbia, Acquiesce and Supersonic.

    Almost two hours later, they ended their set with a celebratory cover of The Beatles' I Am The Walrus, capped by a spectacular fireworks display.

    But it was the ballads, tucked away in the second half of the set, that really brought the crowd together - 125,000 voices per night united for the choruses of Wonderwall and Don't Look Back In Anger.

    Despite the band's later reputation for attracting a less refined crowd, the atmosphere was overwhelmingly good natured. In between support acts, the audience engaged in mock fights with empty paper cups, while police recorded only one arrest.

    Attended by Kate Moss, Chris Evans and Mick Hucknall (who set tongues wagging by bringing along soap star Martine McCutcheon), the shows made headline news - but the importance was not immediately apparent to the musicians.

    "It's weird," says John Power, whose band Cast were one of the support acts. "Sometimes these things, because you're involved in it, and because you see the bands all the time... it felt like it was just another a stepping stone to where this movement, or all these bands were going.

    "Oasis were massive obviously. But I think, now, looking back on it, I don't think it could have got any bigger than that."

    Always the most analytical member of Oasis, Noel Gallagher realised sooner than most that the band had peaked.

    "I remember sitting there, at Knebworth, in the backstage area, and someone saying, 'Well, what now?' And I was like, 'I couldn't tell ya,'" he later told Uncut magazine.

    "And that was how I felt for a good couple of years afterwards. I really suffered. It's like, what do you do when you've done everything? You kind of sink into boredom. Kind of directionless."

    Looking back, Power agrees: "I think maybe that is the time where maybe [Britpop] started to slowly come down a bit, like.

    "That doesn't mean there wasn't great performances going on and great music being made - but you can only contain so much fizz in a can before you've got to pop it."

    For fans, however, Knebworth is a fond memory (even if the queues for the toilets and food stalls remain a nightmare).

    The gigs were even enough to rile Liam's arch-enemy Robbie Williams into booking three nights at Knebworth, before allegedly asking Oasis to support him in a letter accompanied by a pair of tap dancing shoes.

    Not everyone was so bowled over, though.

    Matthew Wright, writing in The Mirror, called the shows "as flat as stale champagne", prompting a foul-mouthed phone call from Noel, who told him: "That's the last time you have anything to do with my [expletive] band."

    Meanwhile, Henry Lytton Cobbold, who owns the Knebworth estate, has an altogether more unique perspective on the weekend's events.

    "Amusingly, Noel Gallagher on Sunday morning, decided he wanted a bath, so he came up to the back door of Knebworth House, rang the doorbell and asked if he could have a bath," he recalls.

    "My dad, who was in the house at the time, showed him up to the Queen Elizabeth bathroom - and brought him a bottle of champagne.

    "I've since read him describe that he was served champagne by liveried servants, but it was actually my dad!

    "He then wrote in the Knebworth House guest book: 'Noel Gallagher (clean!)'

    "As an historic house with an archivist and a museum, those things now become part of our collection.

    "I just wish we'd kept the soap."

    You can hear more about Oasis's landmark Knebworth gigs on Steve Lamacq's BBC 6 Music show from 16:00 BST on Wednesday. The programme will conclude with a broadcast of the concert, as originally heard on BBC Radio 1 in 1996.

    Source via L4E bbc.co.uk



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