26 February 2015

Noel Gallagher On Melody, Marriage And Real Oasis Fans












Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher who talks about his new album, Oasis, Liam and more.

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Noel Gallagher On 'Never Mind The Bollocks'













Noel Gallagher has spoken to the current issue of Q about the Sex Pistols 'Never Mind The Bollocks' album.

He said "Well, it changed everybody's life. When I see these Top 100 LPs lists I think it really should be number 1 for many, many reasons. The main one being that if that album and that band hadn't happened you wouldn't be doing what you're doing now. I wouldn't be doing what I'm doing . The person that signed me wouldn't be doing what he was doing and your editor, he wouldn't be doing what he's doing now. They gave a shot in the arm to the youth. And on top that, if you listen to it now it sounds like it was recorded tomorrow. It bring back excellent memories for me of learning to swear. I remember I had to buy it on tape to hide it from my mum because of all the swearing. Their social impact and all that, I was a bit too young to be honest, but what a f*cking great band!"

He added "That 'Definitely Maybe' is even mentioned in the same bracket as 'Never Mind The Bollocks' is staggeringly flattering. If you're looking at a young person's life, both records are equidistant, 'Never Mind The Bollocks' is the angst of the '70s and 'Definitely Maybe' is the joy of being on the dole in the '90s. They both fall from the same tree, for sure."


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Bradley Wiggins On Oasis 'Definitely Maybe'













Bradley Wiggins has spoken to the current issue of Q about Oasis debut album 'Definitely Maybe'.

He said "It sounds cheesy now but the album that changed my life was 'Definitely Maybe' by Oasis. I was 14 and that song 'Rock 'N' Roll Star, with the lyrics, 'I live my life in the city/There's no easy way out.' I grew up in London and that's how I felt. It meant a lot to me."


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Noel Gallagher On The Title Of His New Album 'Chasing Yesterday'













Noel Gallagher has been speaking about the name of his new album 'Chasing Yesterday' that is released on March 2.

In an interview with the Manchester Evening News he said “Dreadful, isn’t it? Let me explain how this has come about.”

A women from his label told him ‘We need a title by three o’clock cos it’s going up on iTunes for pre-order’, “I said, ‘What time is it now?’, and she said ten past one.

“I scanned the lyrics to pick something out and there’s a line that in the context of the song is about somebody saying to somebody else, we should stop chasing yesterday and look to the future, man.

“But I didn’t realise until I’d seen it on its own, ‘Hmm, it doesn’t scream joy to me’. But I blame it on a really ******** heavy tequila hangover I had. I called them up and asked if there was any chance I could change it; they said no, it’s already gone.

He added “In my defence I will say this: it’s only a title, and titles are not important because you would have to go a ******* long way to find something worse than (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?.”

If this album has a weak point, then its title can be the only culprit. Mainly because it implies a hint of nostalgia - something Noel says he still doesn’t have (“I’ll watch the History channel,” he laughs, “but I don’t hark back to the good old days because I prefer living in the now. There’s only two important days in the week and that’s today and tomorrow.”).

An extended interview with Noel is in the latest edition of CityLife, inside Friday's M.E.N.

Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds are playing Manchester Arena on March 9. Tickets are still on sale, priced £35-£70.

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Noel Gallagher On His New Album 'Chasing Yesterday'













Noel Gallagher has been speaking about his new album 'Chasing Yesterday' that is released on March 2..

In an interview with the Manchester Evening News he said "The last record was very cinematic and choral, and this is a little bit darker.," he says.

“If the last record was a very expensive film with a strong narrative from start to finish, like a really brilliant movie, this is a collection of songs and like a brilliant TV series.

“Like Match of the Day,” Noel laughs. “Match of the Day 2, as a matter of fact.”

He added “There were big gaps in the record before where that saxophone ended up,” Noel laughs. “I just had the idea one day, ‘What about a saxophone?’, and the guy came down one day and played it and that was it.”

When questioned What would 1994 Noel think of  it? he replied “Initially he would have resisted it. But I would have convinced him within quarter of an hour. I’d have said, ‘******* hell mate, don’t be a square. Get a ******* saxophone in, you daft ****’.”

An extended interview with Noel is in the latest edition of CityLife, inside Friday's M.E.N.

Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds are playing Manchester Arena on March 9. Tickets are still on sale, priced £35-£70.

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Noel Gallagher On Oasis Reforming













Noel Gallagher has been speaking about reforming Oasis .

In an interview with the Manchester Evening News he said he’d do it “in the morning, if somebody puts half a billion pounds in my bank account. That’s not million; billion. Sterling. I’m there.”

He admitted he's enjoying his solo carear “When you’re writing lyrics for someone else to sing, it can be a bit tricky - particularly with Liam because you’d show him lyrics for a song and he’d go, ‘Is this about your ******* bird?’,” .

“I’d be like, ‘Let’s have a look ... erm, no. Just pretend it’s about your bird’. Now, with the songs I write, I’m free to get as personal or vague or existential as I like. I’m not a slave to anyone.”

An extended interview with Noel is in the latest edition of CityLife, inside Friday's M.E.N.

Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds are playing Manchester Arena on March 9. Tickets are still on sale, priced £35-£70.

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Noel Gallagher On Losing Touch With Manchester













Noel Gallagher has been speaking about losing touch with his Manchester now that he lives in London.

In an interview with the Manchester Evening News he said “It’s always in your heart and it’s always in the memory bank,” .

“Do I still feel connected? I still feel connected to the football club and I still feel connected to the people.

“But when I go up there at the weekends, there’s a different kind of head case up there and it’s like a Disneyland - it’s like being in a theme park for lunatics. It is mental.”

The track, While The Song Remains The Same, was inspired by a walk Noel used to take every week through the city centre. “How that song came about was I was coming up to see (Manchester) City 18 months ago,”

“I used to live on Whitworth Street and on a Saturday I would do this specific route, walk around the shops to see my mates that worked at the shops, and then walk back to the flat.

“That Saturday 18 months ago when I was up there, I thought, ‘Do you know what? I’m going to do that walk again because I haven’t done it since I was in my 20s’.

“At every turn, the landmarks of my life had gone. And I was shocked. Pubs that used to be there were health clubs and restaurants, and some of the buildings aren’t there. And there’s a whole other part of the city built after the IRA bomb.

“It was like, ******* hell, I kinda don’t recognise it any more. When I got back to London my wife asked why I was so sad about it, and I told her it was because I would have liked to do that walk with my sons and shown them where I played for the first time, or this was the Hacienda.”

An extended interview with Noel is in the latest edition of CityLife, inside Friday's M.E.N.

Noel Gallagher and the High Flying Birds are playing Manchester Arena on March 9. Tickets are still on sale, priced £35-£70.

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Video: Noel Gallagher Answers Your Questions













We sat down with this week's ShortList cover star and asked him a few extra questions on camera.


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Noel Gallagher Models New Adidas Originals Collection













Following its initial AW14 success, adidas Originals x SPEZIAL returns this season with an offering that boasts 11 apparel pieces and seven footwear styles.

Born out of a collectors exhibition in 2013, the range is curated by three-stripe obsessive turned brand consultant Gary Aspden, and utilises adidas Originals’ long standing leisurewear sector.

For SS15 the line remodels authentic pieces via premium materials and contemporary silhouettes; standouts include the S.T.9 rain jacket in Climastorm and the 4-pocket Haslingden anorak in a waterproof organic ETA. Elsewhere a cardigan by the name of Freizeit gets reworked in a luxury Italian Herringbone and the Beckhenbauer tracksuit translates to navy.

Otherwise-nostalgic shoe styles are married up with modern features to create new hybrids; the Albrecht SPZL takes notes from the adidas Leisure series and the Waterproof SPZL was inspired by the brand’s debut Gore-Tex leather.

First screened at the ICA earlier this month, a short by Nick Griffiths and &SON Film accompanies the collection (available to watch below); it sees a young guy adorned in the latest collection journey from Munich to the home of Adi Dassler in Herzogenaurach, mirroring Asdpen’s own tour of the adidas archives.

The film is scored by Oscar winning composer Atticus Ross, Gone Girl, The Social Network, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Ross models the new collection alongside Jagwar Ma, Noel Gallagher et al.

Available from 28th Februrary from www.adidas.co.uk




















Source: www.clashmusic.com

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Noel Gallagher On His Writing Process, Getting Older And More













Click here to read part two of an interview with Noel Gallagher for entertainment.ie, he talks about his writing process, getting older and why going to the gym in Los Angeles turned him off public gyms forever.

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds To Play At The Roskilde Festival













Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have been added to the Roskilde Festival line-up in Denmark, it take place 1st-4th July (Noel's date TBC).

Ticket information can be found here.

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Another Competition: Win Saturday Night Show Noel Gallagher Tickets













It's the hottest ticket in town this weekend. Noel Gallagher will be joining Brendan O'Connor on The Saturday Night Show in Ireland and you could be in the audience.

Click here for the chance to win a pair of tickets to the show, plus a copy of Noel's new album with the High Flying Birds, Chasing Yesterday.

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Pretty Green: New Arrivals And Items Back In Stock













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Liam Gallagher Blasts Kayne West After Brits Performance













Liam Gallagher took to Twitter earlier today to declare Kanye West “Utter shit” after his performance at the Brit Awards in London.

He then added a second diss “And you’re a million miles away from College Dropout. That’s artistry.” before making a recommendation. Gallagher told Kanye to “check out Lee Mavers,” who’s best known as the singer/guitarist of English pop-rock band the La’s.



















Source: www.vanyaland.com

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Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets















Thank fuck for McPartlin and Donnelly. LG x

Big Love to the Dove Rd Crew for keeping it real. LGx

Kanye West. Utter Shit. LG x

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25 February 2015

Noel Gallagher On The Manchester Landmarks That Have Gone













Noel Gallagher releases his second solo album on Monday, and it seems some parts of it find the frontman and former Oasis guitarist in slightly nostalgic mood.

Not only is his latest High Flying Birds record called Chasing Yesterday, it also features a song inspired by Manchester and the streets he used to knock about in when Oasis were still trying to get noticed.

The track, While The Song Remains The Same, was inspired by a walk Noel used to take every week through the city centre. “How that song came about was I was coming up to see (Manchester) City 18 months ago,” Noel exclusively told The Diary.

“I used to live on Whitworth Street and on a Saturday I would do this specific route, walk around the shops to see my mates that worked at the shops, and then walk back to the flat.

“That Saturday 18 months ago when I was up there, I thought, ‘Do you know what? I’m going to do that walk again because I haven’t done it since I was in my 20s’.

“At every turn, the landmarks of my life had gone. And I was shocked. Pubs that used to be there were health clubs and restaurants, and some of the buildings aren’t there. And there’s a whole other part of the city built after the IRA bomb.

“It was like, ******* hell, I kinda don’t recognise it any more. When I got back to London my wife asked why I was so sad about it, and I told her it was because I would have liked to do that walk with my sons and shown them where I played for the first time, or this was the Hacienda.”

Noel was talking to the MEN ahead of his headline show at Manchester Arena on March 9. Tickets are still on sale, priced £35-£70.

Source: www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk

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Pick Up Noel Gallagher's Shortist Magazine Cover For 99p Plus P&P













Pick up the current issue of Shortlist magazine for 99p plus P&P here, it features Noel Gallagher on the cover.



















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Noel Gallagher Is On The Cover Of Hot Press Magazine












Check out Noel Gallagher who is on the cover of the new issue of Hot Press magazine in Ireland.



















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What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?















A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.




















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Noel Gallagher 'Songs From The Mighty I Roadshow'














Click here to listen to Noel Gallagher's spotify playlist that includes a number of songs and various interviews.

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Noel Gallagher On The End Of Oasis, Liam's Facial Hair, Kanye West And More












Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher who talks about the end of Oasis, his brother’s worrisome facial hair and why he would never pull a Kanye

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Various Videos Of Noel Gallagher On The Calling Festival













Below are a number of videos to promote the Calling Festival: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Ryan Adams & The Shining, The Hives & Echo & The Bunnymen this July at Clapham Common.

Tickets on sale now: http://www.callingfestival.co.uk/tickets



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Noel Gallagher On Touring, Oasis And Making His New Album With A Huge Hangover













Noel Gallagher on...

Johnny Marr: "He's a competent guitarist and I'm sure he has a bright future ahead of him."

Ed Sheeran: "He runs around all over the stage when he's playing, on podiums, everywhere. Far too much like hard work. But then he is very young."

U2: "I nearly melted Bono's face when I told him I have all the songs written for my albums before I go into the studio. U2 go in without a single note, and have meetings for six months before writing anything."

Paul Weller: "If Oasis ever got back together, he would put my windows in. It's highly unlikely anyway, but he's dead against it."

His hair: "While I've still got this haircut, I'll be making music. The barnet sort of dictates that I carry on."

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Noel Gallagher On Oasis, His New Album, Amorphous Androgynous And More













Click here to read part one of an interview with Noel Gallagher for entertainment.ie, he talks about Oasis, his new album, Amorphous Androgynous and more.

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Noel Gallagher Picks His Top 5 B-Sides













As Noel claims, "Oasis were a band built on the aura of the b-side." So we asked him to choose the top five from his own back catalogue.

Click here to see the songs he picked.

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Noel Gallagher On Manchester City's Defeat To Barcelona












TalkSport welcome blues fan Noel Gallagher on to the Sports Bar to discuss City's 2-1 loss to Barcelona in the Champions League.

Click here to listen to the interview

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Noel Gallagher Reckons Oasis Could Have Won The Nobel Peace Prize













If there’s anything that comes to mind when thinking of the band Oasis, ‘world peace’ probably isn’t it.

The Gallagher brothers are just as well known for their epic fall outs as their impressive back catalogue, but Noel thinks things could have gone a little differently.

When discussing his favourite b-sides with Mr Hyde, Noel admitted he thought they could have changed the world if they’d chosen a different path with their song releases

‘From ’93 to ’96 every song I wrote was a classic – I thought it’d last forever,’ he said.

‘If The Masterplan, the b-sides album, had come out instead of Be Here Now, we may have won the Nobel Peace Prize.

‘I don’t think there’d be war in the Middle East, I don’t think there’d be radical Muslims. I think we’d have saved the world, the songs were that good.’

Um, sure.

In fairness The Masterplan is packed full of pretty brilliant b-sides, but we’re not entirely convinced lyrics such as ‘Sittin’ on my own/Chewin’ on a bone/A thousand million/Miles from home’ could promote world peace…

Source: www.metro.co.uk

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Video: Noel Gallagher On 'Lock All The Doors'












Click here for a video of Noel Gallagher who talks about 'Lock All The Doors' and other tracks from his album.

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Noel Gallagher To Do A Q&A With Fans In Japan












Noel Gallagher will be doing a Q&A on his Japanese tour, fans will be available to see it in Osaka.

Please Note: As soon as I know details on how to go, I will post them.

ノエル・ギャラガーによって選ばれたQ&Aセッション会場は?! from SMJI on Vimeo.

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24 February 2015

Noel Gallagher On How He Invented Oasis, Beady Eye And More












Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher on how he invented Oasis, Beady Eye and his brother Liam and more.

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Listen To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Chasing Yesterday' On iTunes Now












Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Chasing Yesterday' is available to listen to in full on iTunes now.

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23 February 2015

Listen To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Revolution Song' On Spotify













You can listen to Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Revolution Song' on Spotify here.

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Video: Noel Gallagher On The Girl With The X-Ray Eyes, Riverman And In The Heat Of The Moment












Click here for a number of videos of Noel Gallagher who talks about 'The Girl With The X-Ray Eyes', 'Riverman' And 'In The Heat Of The Momen'.

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Noel Gallagher On Oasis, Damon Albarn, Paul McCartney, Jack White And More













Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher for Sterogum, who speaks about Spotify, Oasis, Johnny Marr, Damon Albarn, Paul McCartney and Kanye West collaborating, Jack White his new album album and more.

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Noel Gallagher Says Mourinho Can’t Wind Pellegrini Up













Noel Gallagher has claimed that it really winds Jose Mourinho that he can’t wind Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini up, as reported by Match of the Day 3.

Mourinho reacted to the 1-1 draw with Burnley by claiming that poor refereeing decisions cost his side all three points after being denied a penalty and Nemanja Matic being sent off, as reported by Sky Sports.

And now Gallagher has claimed that Mourinho can wind up Arsene Wenger but struggles to get Pellegrini to bite.

Gallagher told Match of the Day:”I think it really winds him up that Mourinho can’t wind Pellegrini up. He tried it with Wenger and he bites a little bit.

Van Gaal doesn’t come into it as he’s not a rival and Brendan Rodgers is his mate. Pellegrini’s just killing it every week, he’s just like ‘I’m not interested’ and it’s really winding him up.”

Source: www.squawka.com

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Full Interview: Noel Gallagher On 'Whinger' Jose Mourinho, Manchester City And More













Former Oasis star Noel Gallagher delivers a stinging assessment of Jose Mourinho during this week's Match of the Day 3, claiming the Chelsea boss is having a "breakdown."

The Manchester City fan also takes a swipe at Manchester United, saying they are not serious rivals to Manuel Pelligrini's side.

And Gallagher, joining Mark Lawrenson, Jermaine Jenas and Mark Chapman in the studio, offers his prediction of who will come out on top in the race for the Premier League title.

Click here to watch an extended interview with Noel.

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Another Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Chasing Yesterday'













There’s a ton of criticisms you can level at Noel Gallagher and they can pretty much all be dealt with using two words: 'so what?' He’s hugely derivative! So what? His best stuff is behind him! So what? His lyrics are workman like and unimaginative! So what? He keeps repeating himself! So what? The problem with trying to give Gallagher a swift critical kicking is that he’d be the first to agree with you, and the first to not give a crap. As he said himself during a recent interview with the ever-excellent Jude Rogers, 'I've accepted my limitations as a songwriter fucking years ago. I play what I play. I'm influenced by what I'm influenced by, and that's it. I've accepted my limitations, and I work within those parameters.'

You come to a Noel Gallagher album with a set of fairly negative expectations: What’s interesting in the case of Chasing Yesterday is that those expectations are pretty much all met without influencing your enjoyment of the record at all. His way with a melody is still potent, and what’s more he knows how to use the unavoidable sense of familiarity to his advantage. It takes some gall to open an album with the same chord pattern as your biggest hit, but gall is something Gallagher has never lacked, thus the first track here, ‘The Riverman’, starts with the same minor-7th patter as ‘Wonderwall’ (come to think of it, so did Be Here Now). Gallagher repeats the trick a few times: ‘Lock All The Doors’ is basically David Essex’s ‘Rock On’ sang over Oasis’ ‘Morning Glory’ while ‘Girl With The X-Ray Eyes’ is ‘The Masterplan’ muddled with, by his own admission, Bowie’s ‘Starman.’ Somehow the rip offs don’t really bother you - partly that’s because we’re used to Noel pulling this trick by now, but mostly because it’s not an act of creative laziness: it’s a pretty clever tool, drawing you back into Noel-world and bringing you immediately onside without you necessarily realising what’s happened. It’s a bit like sneaking vegetables into a toddler's dinner without them spotting it, or your Mum coming round to read you a bedtime story and adding surprisingly good new bits to your well-worn copy of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

He gets away with it because in spite of his reputation, Gallagher has definitely evolved. You get the sense of an artist having grown up a bit: Chasing Yesterday is a tasteful, coffee-table record of decent melodies and a pleasantly Seventies-ish cinematic feel. Hence we have the woozy, bloozy sax that brings us home in ‘The Riverman’, or ‘The Right Stuff’s groove-led move into light jazz, or the minor-key, understated disco of the four-to-the-smartly-carpeted-floor ‘You Know You Can’t Go Back’ and ‘The Ballad of the Mighty I’ (thanks in no small part to Johnny Marr’s perfectly pitched contributions on the latter). It’s a record that’s led by feel, that doesn’t attempt to bulldoze the listener with singer-songwriter cliches. Even in its most Oas-ish moments - the ballsy rock of ‘Lock All the Doors’ or ‘The Right Stuff’’s none-more-Noel guitar solo- the guitars sit back in the mix, and it’s the feel or the groove that set the pace. It makes Chasing Yesterday an exceptionally easy listen that manages to stay just the right side of Easy Listening. An excellent record for Sunday mornings or autumn car journeys, staring at the landscape going by.

Admittedly 'So What?' can only cover so much: Gallagher still writes words with an ear for melody over meaning, and he remains far wittier in interviews than he ever manages in his lyrics sheets. “Turn your page and let it go/like your mother told you so/ life it stretches on for miles/the truth is on your stereo” goes ‘The Girl With X-Ray Eyes’, which might be the most Noel Gallagher line ever written if it wasn’t trumped a few songs later with “I’ll try my best to get there/ but I can’t afford the bus fare/ And the storm that’s rolling over, man, it makes me wanna cry.” ‘The Mexican’ feels like a Some Girls-era Stones pastiche that lets its groove take it way too close to the land of self parody, and there’s at least three tracks here (‘In The Heat of the Moment’, ‘While the Song Remains the Same’, ‘You Know We Can’t Go Back’) that are so slight they depart your head as soon as they brush past your eardrum, though their brief stay isn’t an unpleasant one.

Still, it’s never less than an enjoyable listen and Gallagher can write melodies that aren’t just bullet-proof, but probably bomb-proof, tank proof and Death-Star proof as well. Ultimately Chasing Yesterday manages to both defy and justify expectations, good and bad, and proves itself, whether you realised it or not, exactly the record you wanted all along.

07 out of 10. By Marc Burrows

Source: www.drownedinsound.com

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Oasis To Feature In ITV's 'Pop Gold: Hellraisers' Special Next Month













Pop Gold: Hellraisers special
Episode: 1 of 1
Transmission: Wed 04 Mar 2015
Time: 10.45pm - 11.40pm
Week: Week 10 2015 : Sat 28 Feb - Fri 06 Mar
Channel: ITV
Status: New

For three generations ITV has broadcast performances by some of the planet’s most incredible musical artists. Many were only screened once before being bundled into the ITV archives. Pop Gold breathes new life into some of the most incredible music performances ever shown on UK television.

Tonight it’s the turn of the baddest boys in music, the likely lads who lived and rocked by their own rules. It’s a Pop Gold Hellraisers special! There are rare recordings by Johnny Cash and The Clash, as well as some simply stunning classics by Oasis and The Sex Pistols. Lock up your daughters and double bolt the backdoor as the troublemakers and the madmen take over Pop Gold tonight.

Source: www.itv.com

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Düsseldorf Concert To Be Broadcast In April












German TV station WDR is going to record the Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Concert in Düsseldorf on March 19th, the concert will be broadcast on Monday, April 6th 00:15 - 02:15.

EDIT: THE SHOW WILL BE BROADCAST LIVE (HERE).

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Win Tickets: Noel Gallagher Is On 'The Saturday Night Show' This Weekend














Noel Gallagher will be interviewed and will play two tracks on Irish TV show 'The Saturday Night Show' on RTE on Saturday 28th February.

The show is broadcast at 21:35 on RTE. You can win tickets to the show by clicking here.

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Pretty Green: New Arrivals And Items Back In Stock













Pretty Green's have added a number of new arrivals check them out here, a small number of items are now back in stock here.

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Noel Gallagher Says Chelsea Will Win The Premier League And More













Noel Gallagher thinks Chelsea will win the Premier League and talk about his favourite ever Man City Player.


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Noel Gallagher On Yaya Toure, Champions League And More












Noel Gallagher on Yaya Toure, Champions League and asks to give Sir Alex Ferguson a dig.


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Noel Gallagher Says If He Was A Referee He Would Send Rooney Off Before He Even Put His Boots On!













Noel Gallagher is having a go as a pundit on MOTD 2 this week. When asked if he would like to be a referee he says he 'Would love it' and that he would send Wayne Rooney off before he even put his boots on!


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