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« Jul 11, 2012 23:21:04 GMT »
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best Don't Look Back In Anger version EVER ;D ;D



crowd still singing the chorus 2 minutes after they leave the stage
he seems so fucking happy when he spoke to that cunt. what a fucking god.

the greatest there was, there is and there ever will be. :-*

and he gives his little brother permission to play the songs he wrote :D :D
what a man ;D



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and he gives his little brother permission to play the songs he wrote :D :D




as a highly successful musician yourself I'm sure you know it doesn't work like that.

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best Don't Look Back In Anger version EVER ;D ;D



crowd still singing the chorus 2 minutes after they leave the stage
he seems so fucking happy when he spoke to that cunt. what a fucking god.

the greatest there was, there is and there ever will be. :-*

and he gives his little brother permission to play the songs he wrote :D :D
what a man ;D



fucking fanboy, get a life

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www.timeoutdubai.com/nightlife/features/39466-noel-gallagher-in-dubai-the-full-interview#.UTfVWVd1nSh

We’ve been told you’re going to play a lot of Oasis stuff in Dubai.

No, no, no, no – it’s not true. I’ve got to do some big charity thing in TCOTU, and I haven’t played for a while and I didn’t want to just go onstage and play because it would be a bit [rubbish]. So it’s like ‘let’s do a warm-up gig somewhere’, and there’s nowhere warmer than Dubai, I’m told. But I’m not playing any more Oasis songs – in fact I’m playing less than on the last tour.

So six or seven Oasis tunes?

I think there’s… [counts] six – or seven – yes, six or seven, that’s correct. But it’s not the ones you would imagine, if you’re not an Oasis connoisseur, oh dear. I’ll do ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’, I mean who wouldn’t? But it’s mainly my High Flying Birds stuff, a couple of new songs, and some obscure Oasis B-sides.

Two new songs? Is there a new record in the pipeline?

No. I write all the time. I never sit down and think ‘today I’m going to write a new album’, I just write as a hobby, whenever I get ten minutes I’m always [messing] about on this guitar here and if a line for a song pops into my head I might write it down. And then there’ll come a point where somebody will say ‘you’ve not made a record for four years’ and I’ll cobble together all the songs that I’ve got. [Now] there’s nothing, there’s no plans. I am really, really enjoying resting on my laurels at the minute. My laurels are [very] comfy.


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"No. I write all the time. I never sit down and think ‘today I’m going to write a new album’, I just write as a hobby, whenever I get ten minutes I’m always [messing] about on this guitar here and if a line for a song pops into my head I might write it down. And then there’ll come a point where somebody will say ‘you’ve not made a record for four years’ and I’ll cobble together all the songs that I’ve got. [Now] there’s nothing, there’s no plans. I am really, really enjoying resting on my laurels at the minute. My laurels are [very] comfy."

fucking hell :-X what a washed up tired old cunt

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no ambition anymore regarding his music,he's like a neutered fat house cat.

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You laurels are shit you cunt. You've got about 6 tunes that didn't piggy back their way on Liam's voice, and most of them are 20 years old. Die.

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"Noel Gallagher has once again dismissed the idea of Oasis reuniting, but added: "Who knows what will happen in 20 years?"

The star, who has released one solo album since the band's split in 2009, was speaking to Andy Goldstein's talkSPORT radio show about the new Premier League season when he was asked about an Oasis comeback.

"It definitely won't happen," said Gallagher. "Look, who knows what will happen in 20 years? But 20 years from now, I'll be what, 30, 40? No, I'll hopefully have retired by then."

Asked what it would take for Oasis to reunite, given Gallagher is already a multimillionaire, he replied: "If I felt like it. Yes, [it'll be my decision]."

The guitarist also spoke about plans for a second solo record, confirming that he has one in the works.

"I've got tons of songs left over from the last one. I'm writing, putting stuff together. Yeah, I'll definitely make another one, that's for sure. I don't wanna go back on the road, though - that's the thing," he added.

Of reports he is working with Blur's Damon Albarn, Gallagher revealed: "I read that Alex James said that - it's news to me!""

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"No. I write all the time. I never sit down and think ‘today I’m going to write a new album’, I just write as a hobby, whenever I get ten minutes I’m always [messing] about on this guitar here and if a line for a song pops into my head I might write it down. And then there’ll come a point where somebody will say ‘you’ve not made a record for four years’ and I’ll cobble together all the songs that I’ve got. [Now] there’s nothing, there’s no plans. I am really, really enjoying resting on my laurels at the minute. My laurels are [very] comfy."

fucking hell :-X what a washed up tired old cunt



No man, that is how you really write good songs. You should never ever think about it as 'work'. Rule number two.

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« Aug 27, 2013 13:06:11 GMT »
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you might have a point if his new songs weren't shite

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No man, that is how you really write good songs. You should never ever think about it as 'work'. Rule number two.


no dude, that's exactly how you write shit songs - writing good songs is work and work and more work.
don't forget how Oasis' best songs were written - Noel was working his arse off, often writing two songs a day while touring with the band, rehearsing the new songs during soundchecks - he was always thinking of new songs, and Oasis' best stuff came from those days when they were really working hard and under pressure.

He's taking it as a hobby now - and it shows. His new songs are bland, uninspired and auto-pilot shite. Stuff he could have written in his sleep back in the day.

and it's the same bloke who once said he wrote Settin Sun in 5 minutes while waiting for the cab to arrive - then we discover it was actualy an Oasis rejected demo written four years before ehe!!


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« Aug 27, 2013 22:47:44 GMT via mobile »
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« Aug 28, 2013 11:25:19 GMT »
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It's a flawed argument as don't forget a song like Let There Be Love was demoed years earlier and the finished article a bit dull, whereas by legend Supersonic and Slide Away were songs written almost instantly. Plus you've got Weller with That's Entertainment, so called written within ten minutes of him returning from the pub.

shenandoah, weren't you the one moaning about Noel saying writing and playing for a hobby was stupid, but now he's suddenly lazy for doing so? Meh. Anyway, this argument is shite as a good song is a good song, no matter if it took one day or ten years to record.


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Nick cave sits in an office at the back of his house and writes from 9-5, 5 days a week. There is clearly no method to song-writing, everybody is different.

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It's a flawed argument as don't forget a song like Let There Be Love was demoed years earlier and the finished article a bit dull, whereas by legend Supersonic and Slide Away were songs written almost instantly. Plus you've got Weller with That's Entertainment, so called written within ten minutes of him returning from the pub.



I think you missed my point completely Sully - by "work" I don't mean that songs can't come out of the blue or can't be written in a matter of minutes on the spur of the moment. That happens all the time - "I Want You" by Bob Dylan was written in 15 minutes whereas Halleluja by Leonard Cohen took 2 years. The time it takes to write a song doesn't speak for its quality.
I'm saying that his best material was written during a time when he was deeply involved in making music, jamming and writing, and you can hear the urgency and the seriousness in the early records, while nowdays it's just auto-pilot shite.

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Read more of his daft lies the other day, said bhn was "shite" because he wrote all the lyrics two weeks before recording the album "all the music was written but no lyrics"

.I've never once heard Noel say he writes like this

.there's videos of very early demo of aatw

.knebworth performances of igbm and mbm

.And I'm pretty suresome of the othersongs were referenced in "noels notebook"



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Noel interview in New Statesman (Russell Brand guest editing) www.newstatesman.com/2013/10/looking-back-anger

Do you regret endorsing Tony Blair or New Labour?

Nah, not really. It was a great time in history. The grip of Thatcherism was being smashed. New Labour had been brilliant in opposition. When Tony Blair spoke, his words seemed to speak to people, young people. Call me naive but I felt something – I’m not quite sure what it was, but I felt it all the same. I do regret that picture at No 10 that night, though . . . I can still smell the cheese!

Would you go for tea with David Cameron?

Maybe. He looks like he could do with a good strong cup of Yorkshire. I don’t mind him, to be honest. No one actually takes him seriously, do they? All that “call me Dave” gear – hilarious.

Which politicians do you admire/despise?

Not many. What’s to admire, anyway – the way they fiddle their expenses? If I have to, though, I’d say: Winston Churchill, for his name alone. Dennis Skinner, because he absolutely takes no shit off the toffs, and Tony Blair because he played guitar and smoked a bit of weed (allegedly!). Somewhat predictably, the despise list is a bit longer. I won’t go into it here, I haven’t got all day, but in the interests of fairness and balance I’ll say . . . off the top of my head: Diane Abbott, [Ken] Clarke, Portillo, Boris-f***ing-Johnson, that little ginger bitch that ceremoniously gave back the money she’d fiddled during the expenses scandal, Norman Tebbit! Peter Mandelson! George-f***ing-Osborne. If I don’t stop now, this could literally go on longer than Be Here Now.

Who would you vote for if there were an election tomorrow?

I’m not sure I would vote. I didn’t feel last time that there was anything left to vote for. Doesn’t seem that anything has changed, ergo . . . ?

Do you think you pay your fair amount of tax as a rich person?

No. I think we should return to the Sixties when we paid 80 per cent tax so government can piss it up the wall on the war machine and bailing out the banks and funding ludicrous “initiatives” to help “stimulate” the economy. The economy that successive governments oversaw the destruction of. I think I pay just about enough, thanks . . . and you?

Do you believe in God?

Sadly no. And I don’t believe in the devil either. Or ghosts. Or Father Christmas, for that matter.

How do you feel when you see politicians at public events?

Public events I don’t have a problem with. Although when you see them backstage at Glastonbury you are thinking: “Really, just f*** off.” I’m amazed “Dave” hasn’t popped down for the weekend to get down with the middle classes. When I see them at (for want of a better term) showbiz events, that really winds me up. We were at the GQ Awards recently and the gaff was crawling with them; they were even giving speeches and getting awards. Boris-f***ing-Johnson got an award for “Politician of the Year”. I was speechless an award like that even exists, and he was boasting – in a Nineties rock-star full-of-cheng style – at how brilliant he must be due to the fact that he’d won the same award three times. Will.i.(haven’t got a f***ing clue) Hague was there while that crisis in Syria was blowing up.

I genuinely thought these people would have more important things to be getting on with. Clearly, scratching the back of said magazine and its editor takes precedence over all. Shameful behaviour. Though not as shameful as ours, eh, Rusty?

Did you trust politicians in the Seventies and Eighties more than contemporary figures such as Osborne or Ed Balls?

You could trust them in the sense that you knew exactly where you stood with them. Neil Kinnock, for example: no grey areas. He knew who he was and what he stood for. Thatcher, even. We knew she was the enemy. She hated us; we hated her. All was right in the world.

This new generation are media opportunists, shilly-shallying flag-wavers, the musical equivalent of Enya. If they were a colour, they’d be beige.

I have no doubt that George Osborne would’ve practised his weeping the night before Thatcher’s funeral. He might be the most slappable man in England, the kind of man that would watch Coronation Street or EastEnders to get a perspective on the working class.

Ed Balls can quite frankly lick mine on his way to and from obscurity.

Whom will you tell your sons to vote for?

Politics will surely be dead as a f***ing parrot by the time the two young lords get the vote.


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I don't mind David Cameron
I pay enough tax
I'm a fucking cunt.

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