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« Apr 29, 2021 2:46:29 GMT »
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Read somewhere it’s a greatest hits with a cover of mind games as an exclusive track :D


Sounds about right. The cover did not sound good (and I like his version of "Heroes").

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« Apr 30, 2021 4:19:10 GMT »
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Recent offering from one of the better Oasis related channels on YouTube:




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« May 8, 2021 2:27:38 GMT » -
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Again, not really news but not worthy of its own thread; this YT channel is pretty charming in that they're two young Americans listening to Oasis for the first time and loving it. Here's them reacting to Lyla (live):




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« May 20, 2021 17:10:25 GMT »
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Did he ever have to help Gem find the back of his earring in his couch.

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« May 21, 2021 8:55:24 GMT »
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I know we shouldn't care but what an awful cunt this man is. He is pretending he has played less and less Oasis hits over the years and lots fans because of it.

First gig - 9 of 20 songs are by Oasis and 4 are singles.
Last gig - 8 of 20 songs are by Oasis and all are singles. The majority of them are played in a row in the second half of the set.

He's also suggesting he is far out because he has a black girl in the band (his words not mine) whilst ripping off white electronic music from the late 80s. Wow! You've really opened up the ethnic melting pot there, you silly little man.

A charlatan and a fool.

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« May 21, 2021 10:17:57 GMT »
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I fucking despise him more and more with every day to the point I don't want an Oasis reunion. I've always been Team Liam but I never truly hated Noel when he was in Oasis. But, since the band broke up, he's always flapping his fucking gums and pretty much everything he says is just utter bollocks. Whenever I hear him talk I want to stab him in the throat with a screwdriver, and if I punish myself and watch an interview with him, I wish he would just fucking combust because the sound of his screams while he's burning to death would surely be more enticing then his dulcet tones and cocksure demeanor.

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He goes on and on and on and on and on about Oasis fans not being able to handle his new music but they didn't have any trouble with Kasabian who have done the same thing better (albeit still poorly). Who does he thinks buys his music these days? Strange cat. I hope Liam has a pop at all of his kids again. One by one.



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the dreadful cunt won't even wear a mask properly after he's blagged a cup final ticket

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I’d gladly watch the RAF bomb Stamford Bridge into the ground, but I’m pleased City lost just to piss that cunt off

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« Jun 10, 2021 12:39:27 GMT »
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www.thesun.co.uk/tvandshowbiz/15217097/noel-gallagher-lets-rip-into-snowflake-prince-harry/

Noel is such a little cunt.

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« Jun 11, 2021 14:49:31 GMT »
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the twitter backlash has been quite hardcore on this. :D



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« Jun 15, 2021 12:19:15 GMT »
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Noel's playlist on Australia's RAGE tv show:

www.abc.net.au/rage/playlist/saturday-night-12-june-2021-on-abc-1/13384494

12:00am
ABBA Waterloo (Independent)
THE BEE GEES Islands In The Stream (Polydor)
FLEETWOOD MAC Tusk (Warner)
THE KINKS Waterloo Sunset (Festival)
THE ROLLING STONES Paint It Black (Sony)
NEIL YOUNG AND DEVO Hey Hey, My My (RCA)
THE ROLLING STONES Jumping Jack Flash (Sony)

12:30am
BLONDIE Heart Of Glass (EMI)
TALKING HEADS Once In A Lifetime (Warner)
DAVID BOWIE Let's Dance (Warner)
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Dancing In The Dark (Sony)
GEORGE MICHAEL Faith (Sony)
U2 Where The Streets Have No Name (Mercury)
QUEEN ft. DAVID BOWIE Under Pressure (EMI)

1:00am
INXS New Sensation (Warner)
PUBLIC IMAGE LTD Public Image (Live) ()
SEX PISTOLS from the film 'THE GREAT ROCK 'N' ROLL Anarchy In The U.K. (Virgin)
BOB DYLAN Subterranean Homesick Blues (Sony)
THE WHO Pinball Wizard (Polydor)
LED ZEPPELIN - LIVE AT SYDNEY SHOWGROUND 1972 Immigrant Song (Warner)
PINK FLOYD Shine On You Crazy Diamond (EMI)
METALLICA Nothing Else Matters (Mercury)

1:30am
NIRVANA Lithium (Universal (MCA))
THE BRIAN JONESTOWN MASSACRE Golden - Frost (MGM)
THE LAS There She Goes (Polydor)
RAMONETTES Be My Baby (Independent)
LOU REED Perfect Day (RCA)
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN Seven Seas (Warner)
THE CHILLS Pink Frost (Mushroom)
PRIMAL SCREAM Higher Than The Sun (Shock)

2:00am
THE SMITHS Panic (EMI)
SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES Sister Surround (Warner)
SUPER FURRY ANIMALS Golden Retriever (Sony)
THE JAM Absolute Beginners (Universal)
JAGWAR MA Come Save Me (Future Classic)
DJANGO DJANGO Default (Warner)
TEARS FOR FEARS Shout (Polydor)
THE AVALANCHES Since I Left You (Modular)

2:30am
FUTURE ISLANDS Seasons (Waiting On You) (4AD)
NEW ORDER Temptation (Festival)
LCD SOUNDSYSTEM All My Friends (EMI)
THE BETA BAND Squares (EMI)
GRANDMASTER FLASH White Lines (Warner)
YOUNG FATHERS Get Up (Inertia)

3:00am
DJ SHADOW ft. RUN THE JEWELS Nobody Speak (Mass Appeal)
N.W.A. Straight Outta Compton (EMI)
BEASTIE BOYS Sabotage (EMI)
U2 Mysterious Ways (Mercury)
MADONNA Ray Of Light (Warner)
PRINCE Sign O' The Times (Warner)
BOB MARLEY Three Little Birds (Fest/Mush)

3:30am
U2 One (Universal)
BOB DYLAN Not Dark Yet (Sony)
BECK Heart Is A Drum (Universal)
A GUY CALLED GERALD Fever (Shock)
MASSIVE ATTACK Teardrop (Virgin)
NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS Ballad Of The Mighty I (Warner)

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« Jun 15, 2021 14:41:33 GMT »
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I was going to jump at the safeness of that list but discovering me the Devo with Neil Young video was worth it

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I was going to jump at the safeness of that list but discovering me the Devo with Neil Young video was worth it


Yeah, I have to figure that he didn't specifically ask for that version... right?

He provides introductions to every 4th or fifth track; that song wasn't one of them so no opinion offered:

So the first video we're gonna watch is by Abba; Swedish song-writing collective from the 70s; do believe they were massive in Australia which has always fascinated me. This is the song Waterloo - one of their best songs. Actually a great tune. The two birds in it - proper fit. And the two lads in it are pretty cool as well.

So the next video is by the Kinks, or should I say the mighty Kinks. Ray Davies one the great songwriters in history, Dave Davies one of my favourite guitarists. They were two brothers in a band which I can relate to; I feel their pain. Waterloo sunset, one of the great songs of the 60s was actually released the week I was born in 1967 something which Ray Davies remains very proud of to this day. So this is Waterloo Sunset by the Kinks.

The next video is by the Rolling Stones. Of course the Rolling Stones, one of the greatest bands of all time. This is Jumping Jack Flash, one of their best ever songs. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards - pair of dudes.

So coming up now we have a video by the holy David Bowie. People say to me all the time what is it about David Bowie, that songwriters are really into. I say people may go on about his wildly extreme image changes, and the fact his collaborations moved through the decades, and the clothes that he wore and all that, but for me any man that's got one eyeball a different colour than the other is a fuckin genius and that's it; something I wish I could have aspired to. Like, have a yellow and a black one. But he had a red one and a brown one, I mean c'mon - not even Jesus had two different coloured eyeballs. This is Let's Dance by David Bowie.

So the next video by one of my favourite bands of all time, friends of mine, the U2 - I love this video, shot in downtown LA in the 80s, they're on top of some shops or summat, from the Joshua Tree - which I was lucky enough to go on tour with U2 a few years ago when they did the Joshua Tree tour and came to Australia; had a great time - Where the streets have no name, when they play it live, still remains one of the greatest moments in rock. The video is amazing, they're amazing, U2, Where the streets have no name.

So the next video is by Public Image Limited, fronted by the legendary John Lydon. its their first single I believe, after they formed in the wake of the sex pistols. Great bass player called jar wobble on bass, a real band that became influential maybe twenty or thirty years after they broke up, but I tell you that - they're still going today and john is one of my all time heroes and this is one of my all time favourite tunes - this is Public Image by Public Image Limited.

The next video is by a band called The Who from L0nd0n - Shepherd's Bush to be exact. And they did an album in the 70s called Tommy about a deaf dumb and blind kid who played pinball machines in a café somewhere and was really good at it - why anybody thought to make a film of it? Beyond anybody. Anyway this is Pinball Wizard by The Who.

Good evening this is the bass player from Coldplay. Nobody knows his name, neither do I. And I said this before, I said it a thousand times, and I'll say it once more - you are watching rage television.

So the next video is by a band from Liverpool in the North West of England called The La's, songwriter in the La's is a bit of a kind of mystic genius by the name of Lee Mathers. They only made one album and diapered off the face of the earth since. in the video you'll see a tiny little kid playing the drums, he looks about 11 years old. The kid is now my drummer in my band and he still looks about 11 years old. So this the La's, There she goes. By the way it's about heroin.

The next video is by another band from Liverpool, called Echo and the Bunnymen - whatever that means, I've no idea. Seven Seas, again a great bassline. Actually I met the bass player who lives in Australia, met him when we were on tour with U2 last summer - Les, yes Les. This is Seven Seas by Echo and the Bunnymen - great bass line.

So the next video is by some homeboys of mine from Manchester, called the Smiths. I cant say enough about this group; I was a fan from day one. still a fan to this day. Johnny is one of my closest friends, Morrisey is - I know Morrissey, he's a dude, one of the funniest men I've ever met in my entire life. This song is outrageous in that when it was first played on British radio in 85 or maybe 86, to hear "hang the DJ" chanted all the way in the outro was both funny and inspiring. This is the legendary Smiths.

Ok so the next video is by The Jam one of the greatest bands in my lifetime. Although I wouldn't say this is one of my favourite songs or even one of their best, but the reason I chose this video is the guitar that Paul Weller plays in this video - I actually own this guitar because he gave it to me for my 30th birthday and it's a thing that I treasure the most. This is The Jam, Absolute Beginners.

So Tears for fears coming up now. Now Tears for fears are widely regarded in my recording studio as the Beatles of the 80s; they had the best tunes. I was a fan - not a lot of people know that. I mean, I wasn't a new romantic but I was a fan of theirs and I still listen to Tears for fears regularly .Shout, one of the greatest songs of my lifetime. Here it is.

So the next video you're going to see is by a band you might not have heard of; they're from the UK as you people like to say over there and they're a band called The Young Fathers. They're fairly newish. I tell you, they might be five years old but great kind of contemporary electronic punk rock. Lots of energy, this is one of their best tunes called Get Up.

So we're gonna move on now with another video by U2. The thing I like about U2 is at the end of the Joshua Tree they kinda threw it all up in the air and they came up with the album Achtung Baby and I remember queuing up to buy Achtung Baby the day it came out outside Our Price Records in Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester. And when I got home to play it I couldn't believe - I genuinely couldn't believe how good it was, and Mysterious Ways is a song I love to play at home on the acoustic guitar sometimes, and again just these are some of the legends of our time - this is Mysterious Ways by U2.

Ok, well this has been Noel Gallagher from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and what you're about to see now, you're about to see a visual representation of why I've got so much fucking money. There's no two ways about it, I can't say it any clearer than that. It's a visual representation of my genius, and the first video I'm gonna allow you to watch is a video that I hated making. I hated making it. It's one of my favourite songs and one of - not only one of my worst videos, possibly one of the worst videos in the history of videos - this is The Ballad of the mighty I, by I Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds, thanks for watching, see you soon, g'day.

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shine on you crazy diamond is half a day gone. (zzz)

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They only played two minutes of the intro; the song didn't even get started.

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« Jun 16, 2021 17:11:23 GMT »
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This might actually be Noe's best interview. Some interesting stories and seems to praise Liam a good bit in it.

Interviewer is pretty good as well tbh



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« Jun 17, 2021 11:51:58 GMT »
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And confirmation we're finally getting both Knebworth gigs

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