31 July 2010

Liam Promises 'No Oasis Reunion' As He Launches London Store



For those of you that could not view the video on sky.com.

Rock star Liam Gallagher has branched out - into the fashion world. The former Oasis singer has launched his own clothing range in London's Carnaby Street. But, as he told Sky's Entertainment Correspondent Steve Hargrave, he's also working on a new album AND a book!

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Liam Gallagher Launches Clothes Shop













Liam Gallagher launched his own clothes shop on London's famous Carnaby Street.

The former Oasis frontman opened the branch of Pretty Green with his wife Nicole Appleton and sister-in-law Natalie.

And he couldn't resist striking the odd pose for the invited snappers - and planting a smacker on his missus Nic.

Liam's also bent the ear of Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones, who popped in with Gem Archer and Andy Bell, Liam's Beady Eye bandmates.

But other invited pals, who already have suitcases of the clobber, sent their apologies.

Kasabian are on tour, Joe Cole's in Liverpool and Spurs' David Bentley was banned by his gaffer Harry Redknapp.

Until now the threads were only available online.

I'm sure the tourists will go mad fer it.

Click here to see the pictures.

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

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Lionel Messi Forms Oasis Tribute Band
















Soccer superstar Lionel Messi has formed an Oasis tribute band - and is taking them on a secret European tour.

The Argentinian World Player Of The Year has revealed he performs as guitarist Noel Gallagher.

Hitman Messi, 23, has also recruited a Barcelona team-mate to play singer Liam - but won't say who it is yet.

He said: "Our disguise is based on how Oasis looked in the mid-90s. We have our wigs, clothes and glasses sorted.

"I also spent a lot of time getting the mannerisms right."

Messi says his band will tour soon - and says he's invited Noel to see them play.

He said: "We'll visit the UK. If you're at a pub or club where we are performing and see past our disguises there'll be a decent prize in it for you."

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

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30 July 2010

Liam Gallagher Launches Pretty Green Store














"The main thing is to try to get our own little store, our own little shop out here at some point…we're looking at a place in London.”

Pretty Green is now just over a year old. An idea that started as a means to produce custom desert boots has now evolved into a two storey boutique in the heart of London’s West End. The store accommodates floor to ceiling artwork featuring label figurehead Liam Gallagher. The shots overlook the new Black and Green Label Spring/Summer 2010 collections as well as exclusive one off Pretty Green pieces. These include custom ‘Carnaby Street’ T-shirts, desert boots and jeans, which will be available for the first time. The Autumn/Winter 2010 collection will be presented both online and in store in August.

“Everything’s important. Pretty Green, the whole package, it’s the real deal... I’m proud of it.”

There could have only been one home for Pretty Green’s first flagship store; Carnaby Street. Under the stewardship of fashion legend John Stephen, Carnaby Street styled a generation of British youth in the 60’s, creating an image and lifestyle still devoted to by people all over the world. Not simply a tourist spot, Carnaby Street is home to some of the leading high street brands and in 2010 celebrated 50 years as a focal point for fashion, culture and arts in the Capital. Despite having only an online presence until this month, endorsements from leading figures in the world of music, sport, fashion and Hollywood have firmly placed the label in the top rungs of the high end fashion market, and established the label as a central body in men’s fashion, selling to over 80 countries in its first year.

“I’m liking the way it’s expanding...it’s been great and people seem to like it.”

So at number 57 in the south corner of Carnaby Street, sits Pretty Green’s new pop-up store. The ground floor and basement of the 2,000 square foot building displays both the Green and Black Label collections featuring all the major pieces available online. The newest edition to Pretty Green is a range of jeans only available in store with desert boots set to go on sale in August. Upstairs there is a show room for Industry buyers which currently previews the Spring/Summer 2011 collection. On the ground floor customers will find t-shirts, knitwear, jackets, shirts and jeans whilst the larger items such as parkas (both the ivory and camo parkas are on sale) can be found downstairs along with hats, scarves and other accessories. Large prints of Liam hang on the minimalist white walls which haven’t been altered since the space belonged to St Martin’s College or Art and Design, so it feels a bit like an art gallery with a cash register. One point of interest for fans will be the soundtrack; all the music played in-store has been mixed by Andy Bell.

It’s the first time that fans have been able to see the extensive Pretty Green collection which up until now has only been available in select stores. It also provides another point of call for ‘Oasis tourists’ in London. Clothes and music have always been interchangeable and for Liam, and both areas have run together seamlessly during the last year. Liam has travelled to Tokyo, Milan and New York promoting the label as well as preparing a debut album with new band Beady Eye. The new store draws parallels with The Beatles opening the Apple boutique in 1967, and fittingly, Liam will also be involved with turning the memoirs of Apple ‘house hippy’ Richard Di Lello into a film as announced this year.

“We’ve only just started”

Pretty Green: Carnaby Street opens at 57, Carnaby Street, London on Friday 30th July 2010 at 11:00am. The rest of 2010 will see Liam concentrate on Beady Eye with a new single expected before the year end. If the bricks and mortar store is as successful as the online version, Liam has spoken of opening others, rumoured to be in Glasgow, Manchester, Tokyo and New York.

Thanks to Pretty Green for arranging the viewing, a number of HQ images can be found here.

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Liam Gallagher Says There Will Be No Oasis Reunion














Liam Gallagher has told Sky News his new band's album will be the "the best record you'll hear for the next 50 years".

The former Oasis star made the bold claim at the launch of the first store dedicated to his best-selling clothing range Pretty Green, in London's famous fashion-mecca Carnaby Street.

"Everything we do isn't a flash in the pan otherwise there's no point in doing it," Gallagher told Sky News.

"I'm not here to sell papers or get a little headline, but if we're gonna do something we are gonna do it proper, whether it's music, film, clothes, drink or whatever it is. We don't fart about."

Liam's new band Beady Eye - which features his Oasis bandmates Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - have been hard at work on their debut album.

All the songs have been recorded now, but it will still be some time before they are unveiled to the fans.

"It's not gonna be out until next year, " Liam explained.

"We'll probably get a single out October or November, and there's no point in doing gigs if people haven't heard the music. I'm looking forward to it."

Liam says Beady Eye will have a similar Beatles vibe to Oasis, but he is also been heavily influenced by T-Rex, and bizarrely notorious rock 'n' roller Jerry Lee Lewis.

"Without a doubt!" Liam shouts when I mention Lewis' name.

"We have this tune and it was a bit Rolling Stonesy, and I didn't like it. It was slow and boring.

"So we just got on a piano and ****** it up, Jerry Lee style, and stuck a John Lennon vocal on the top. It's good."

Some sneery critics might have been cynical when Liam announced he was launching his own fashion label, but its been a massive success.

The Carnaby Street store is currently just a temporary Pop-up, meaning it will not live forever of course.

Although if it's a success, more permanent dedicated Pretty Green stores will be opened in the capital, as well as Manchester, of course, and Scotland.

Meanwhile, Gallagher's mate Paul Weller is just about to help co-develop some new designs, which seems apt as the name Pretty Green comes from a Jam song.

Liam is also keen to move into women's clothing, though not in a literal sense of course.
"I have my fair share of women's clothes on the weekend," he laughs, "it's nothing new for me. But yeah, we might do a few bits and pieces.

"We're definitely doing some kids stuff man. I'd like to get my kid looking as cool as me. And maybe our Kid (his brother Noel) could get some cos he's a little fella isn't he."

Actually before the mention of Noel, it is easy to forget Liam's former band given how many other projects he is involved in right now.

But do not go thinking they are about to 'do a Take That' and get back together soon.
"We won't be back by the end of the year," Gallagher laughs.

"The only reason why Oasis will come back is when we're ****** skint and I'm far from skint as you can tell and I wont be skint for a long, long ****** time believe me, it ain't gonna be happening."

So there is no Oasis reunion then, but Noel is getting to indulge his Beatles obsession in another way by entering the world of movie-making.

He has been helping produce a new feature film based on the book The Longest Cocktail Party, which told the story of the rise and decline of the Fab Four's company Apple Corps in the late 1960s.

He will not act in it, but will help make the soundtrack, and by all accounts, it is a labour of real love.

"It's a good book and we can't balls it up now so the heat is on," says Liam.

"I'm more worried about getting that book right than getting the clothes right, and my record right. I'm not gonna be in the film but I'm worried about getting it right cos it's other people's lives."

Click here to watch bits of the interview with Liam.

Source: www.sky.com

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Win Some Pretty Green Clothing












Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has launched his own clothing line at a store in London's Carnaby Street.

Now you can win items from his Pretty Green label in a Sky News Online competition.
The line has proved critics wrong and is selling out around the world.

Five Sky News Online winners will get a huge signed print of Liam and a jacket from the line's current season.

One lucky winner will also get a jacket from Pretty Green's next collection which as not yet gone on sale to the public.

All entrants need to do is answer the following question:

Liam Gallagher named his clothing line Pretty Green after a song by one of his favourite bands, which band was it?

Click here for details to enter.

Source: www.sky.com

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29 July 2010

Liam Gallagher Opens Pretty Green Store In London















Liam Gallagher pictured with Wesley Fleet and Neil Eatock who won tickets for the Pretty Green launch reception, that took place earlier this evening.

Click here for some pictures from Getty Images.

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Pretty Green Carnaby Invitation And More













We would like to cordially invite you to preview the store at 11.00am tomorrow, Friday 30th July. We will be open to the general public at 12pm.

The Pretty Green denim collection will be available exclusively in store for the next week, as well as a selection of exclusive one off Pretty Green pieces and the Green Label and Black Label Spring Summer 2010 collections.

Make sure you get there for 11 so you don’t miss out, the doors will be open for the general public at 12pm.

Email from Pretty Green

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28 July 2010

Carlos Tevez Met Noel Gallagher When Naked












Manchester City star Carlos Tevez has revealed he met his No 1 fan Noel Gallagher while naked.

The former Oasis guitarist, 43, was invited into the Argentina dressing room after a World Cup game in South Africa.

Noel, who has joked he will name his next kid after the striker, came in as he stepped out of the shower.

Tevez, 26, said: "I went outside with everything out to look for a towel - and in front of me was Gallagher. So I went to greet him, naked."

They shook hands and talked about footie before Tev covered up.

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

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27 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...







Above are a few videos from July 27th 2001, when Oasis played at the Sky Naeba Resort in Fuji, Japan.

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Win Exclusive Oasis 'Dig Out Your Soul' Prizes











Big Brother Recordings have kindly given us 20 swag bags of 'Dig Out Your Soul' gear. Each prize consists of:

- 'Dig Out Your Soul' tote bag
- 'Dig Out Your Soul' playing cards
- 12" of 'The Shock Of The Lightning'
- 12" of 'I'm Outta Time'
- Oasis logo badge
- Oasis T-Shirt

To be in with the chance of winning one of these bundles go to the Competitions page HERE!

Source: www.oasisinet.com

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Pretty Green To Open Carnaby Store















Liam Gallagher's 'Pretty Green' will open it's first store on Carnaby Street on Friday 30th July. The store will be selling a selection of exclusive one off Pretty Green pieces in addition to showcasing the Green Label and Black Label Spring Summer 2010 collections.

The collection, founded and designed by Liam, draws its inspiration from the art, music and culture scene of the 1960s, so Carnaby Street is the perfect location for the brand's first store. Pretty Green is renowned for the attention to detail with an emphasis on quality fabrics, cut and classic tailoring. Demand for the SS10 collections have been high - form an orderly queue behind us!

The new store will be housed over two floors and even feature a Lambretta Li 150 Series 3 replica scooter and panoramic image of Liam on Brighton beach.

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Best Track From Oasis' 'The Masterplan'



This month the poll in the right side menu is for the best best track from 'The Masterplan'.

The Masterplan is a compilation album, comprising B-sides which never made it onto an album.

The album was originally intended for release only in areas such as the United States and Japan, where the tracks were only available on expensive European import singles.

It was first released in late 1998. The Masterplan reached #2 in the UK where it went platinum, and #51 in the United States. However, it did gain top spot in various charts around the world, going on to sell 2 million copies. Four songs from the album appear on compilation album Stop the Clocks.

The choices are

01: "Acquiesce"
02: "Underneath The Sky"
03: "Talk Tonight"
04: "Going Nowhere"
05: "Fade Away"
06: "The Swamp Song"
07: "I Am The Walrus (Live)"
08: "Listen Up"
09: "Rockin' Chair"
10: "Half The World Away"
11: "(Its Good) To Be Free"
12: "Stay Young"
13: "Headshrinker"
14: "The Masterplan"

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The Vortex UK And European Dates














Visit Bonehead's band 'The Vortex' MySpace page (here) for a number of UK and European dates.

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26 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...





On July 26th 2009, Noel Gallagher was interviwed backstage at the Jisan Valley Rock Festival in South Korea for MTV Korea.

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25 July 2010

Bobby Gillespie Joined By Friends From Sex Pistols And Oasis
















Bobby Gillespie unveiled his garage rock supergroup The Silver Machine for a one-off show at London's 1234 Festival tonight (July 24).

As promised, the Primal Scream frontman teamed up with Sex Pistols founder Glen Matlock, sometime Oasis drummer Zak Starkey along with regular bandmates Andrew Innes and Barrie Cadogan for a historic covers show at the festival in Shoreditch Park.

Canadian punks Fucked Up were the main stage headliners, but for most of the evening, all eyes were on the new band who, for apparently one night only covered a selection of favourite tracks by The MC5, The Troggs, Creation and The Flaming Groovies.

Nostalgia was a surprising theme of the east London hipster bash, with Peter Hook once again repeating his 'solo' version of seminal Joy Division album 'Unknown Pleasures'. The bass player, currently estranged from the surviving members of the original line-up, played with a band of Mancunians which featured Happy Mondays diva Rowetta on guest vocals.

Source: www.nme.com

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24 July 2010

Oasis Night On Sky Arts



Next Friday (JULY 30th) Sky Arts are having an Oasis night.

Sky Arts 1 – Channel 256 (UK ONLY)
Sky Arts 1 HD – Channel 258 (UK ONLY)

Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 2 are available as part of the Style & Culture Mix on Sky.

Oasis Live At The City Of Manchester Stadium
9pm on Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 1 HD
80 mins.


Oasis blast out 16 classic tracks in their Don’t Believe the Truth –tour homecoming gig.

Hailed as a triumphant return to the form of their first two seminal albums, Don’t Believe The Truth was Oasis’ 6th studio album. The album went on to win two Q Awards and included some of Oasis’ best loved songs, such as The Importance of Being Idle, Lyla and Let There Be Love.

In Oasis Live At The City of Manchester Stadium, the band perform not only songs from Don’t Believe The Truth but also a selection of fan’s favourites, like Wonderwall and Don’t Look Back in Anger.

Oasis Standing At The Edge Of Noise
10:20pm on Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 1 HD
60 mins.


Known for their rock ’n’ roll antics, huge stadium concerts and turbulent personal affairs, Standing On The Edge of Noise is a unique and intimate look at Oasis as they perform to a handful of fans in their rehearsal studio.

Preparing for their 2008/2009 tour Dig Out Your Soul, the band invited fans to join them for the final night of rehearsals before they hit the road. Over 10,000 fans applied in only 24 hours, and the very lucky 100 who got a place were treated to a very special performance.

Track list:
01. Rock 'n' Roll Star Intro
02. The Shock Of The Lightning
03. To Be Where There's Life
04. Waiting For The Rapture
05. Songbird
06. Slide Away
07. Ain't Got Nothin'
08. The Importance Of Being Idle
09. I'm Outta Time
10. Supersonic
11. Don't Look Back In Anger
12. Falling Down

Oasis: The Dave Fanning Interview
11:20pm on Sky Arts 1 and Sky Arts 1 HD
55 mins

Oasis: The Gallagher brothers pioneered the cool Britannia revolution with their indie rock anthems and carefree attitude. Noel discusses their music and careers with Dave Fanning.

Interview conducted in 2008.

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Things Are Getting Messi For Noel Gallagher











Lionel Messi has invited Bizarre lord Noel Gallagher to see him play in El Classico - the Barcelona-Real Madrid derby.

Bizarre revealed Oasis were the inspiration for pre-match preparations in the Argentina dressing-room during the World Cup in South Africa.

Now the Barcelona and Argentina star Messi, probably the world's best player, hopes to return the favour by getting Oasis guitar legend and Man City fan Noel over to Barcelona's Nou Camp stadium.

He said: "Maybe Noel could give the boys a live set after training and they could see how great Oasis are.

"At the moment they refuse to listen to anything other than Kasabian.

"We could also go for an Argentinean steak at this great South American restaurant in Barcelona. And if my plan works, it will mean Oasis being played in the world's greatest football club - after Man City, of course!"

There are some footie clashes all fans would love to go to - Boca Juniors v River Plate in Argentina, The Old Firm derby in Glasgow and Liverpool v Everton on Merseyside.

But the real big one? The Mc Classico Edinburgh derby between Hibs and Hearts, on November 6 at Easter Road.

Source: www.thesun.co.uk

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23 July 2010

Questions For Brian Cannon




















I'm gathering some questions, for a forthcoming interview with Brian Cannon. If you have any questions you would like to be ask please send them into scyhodotcom@gmail.com.

For those of you that are unfamiliar with the name, Brian Cannon was the art director for all Oasis work from Definitely Maybe right through to The Masterplan.

Noel Gallagher approached Brian Cannon after seeing the work he had done for The Verve.

Brian formed Microdot after finishing University they were responsible not only for Oasis sleeve imagery in the 1990’s but also a wide range of promotional and merchandise material.

Two of Cannon's record sleeve designs—Definitely Maybe (#14) and The Verve's "This Is Music" (#79) — featured in Q magazine's "The Hundred Best Record Covers Of All Time" list published in 2001.

Brian has also designed record sleeves for Ash, Ruthless Rap Assassins, Suede and Super Furry Animals and more.

See some examples of Brian's work including some rare Oasis pictures visit www.microdotcreative.co.uk

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Oasis, Stereophonics, Kasabian Back Stuart Cable Charity Single



Kasabian and Stereophonics have endorsed a charity single in aid of Stuart Cable, who died last month.

The song, entitled 'Mining Town', has also attracted the support of Oasis, actor Rhys Ifans, The Who and Manic Street Preachers.

It was recorded by the drummer's most recent band Killing For Company and is available to download from July 25.

"Stuart was our lifelong friend and brother. He will be forever missed. Let's give him and his boys a final shout out,” Stereophonics singer Kelly Jones told BBC Newsbeat.

Cable was found dead at his home in Llwydcoed on June 7.

Cable was one of the original members of Stereophonics, but was sacked in 2003.

He went on to forge a successful career in the media, presenting programmes on Kerrang Radio and XFM South Wales.

Source: www.gigwise.com

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Richard Ashcroft On Oasis Support Days



Richard Ashcroft has reminisced about the days when Oasis supported him - and played in front of only two people at a gig.

During an intimate live acoustic session inside the Absolute Radio studio in London, showcasing new tracks from his latest project RPA & The United Nations Of Sound, he told Geoff Lloyd about his past support act.

"Yeah, I remember very early in the tour, I think it was Glasgow, we went backstage and Liam just said: 'I hate being in a band, I hate being in a band', you know, because he just played the whole of the first album to two people, two kids in Adidas tracksuits," the former Verve star recalled.

Source: The Press Association

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22 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...







Above are a few videos from July 22nd 2000, when Oasis played the second night at Wembley Stadium in London.

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Beady Eye Album Near Completion?















On Monday mixing was started on Beady Eye's debut album, producer Steve Lillywhite posted the following on his Twitter account.

Nearing the end of my vacation... Monday sees me mixing the mighty Beady Eye album ~~!!

Thanks to Juan

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21 July 2010

Nothing Will Be Bigger Than Oasis



Richard Ashcroft has been talking to Xfm about Liam Gallagher’s claims that Beady Eye will be bigger than Oasis. The former Verve frontman was recording ‘An Evening With Richard Ashcroft’, when he told Xfm DJ Richard Walters:

"We all talk a little bit like that because we’re all imbued with the sporting/boxing promoter way of doing interviews. That’s the way we were brought up," he said

"I’m really excited about Liam’s stuff, and Noel’s stuff too. They’re both going to be great".

“Whether timing-wise, or culturally, anything is going to be as big as Oasis? I don’t think so. I don’t think anyone will. Because of the nature of Oasis when they arrived, there was a big vacuum, everyone was scared of rock’n’roll. And Noel did it. Noel showed the way for a lot of people that there’s still some great songs to be written”.

Source: www.xfm.co.uk

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Neighbour Works On Clothing Store For Liam Gallagher














Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher’s clothing label Pretty Green will open a pop-up store on London’s Carnaby Street with interior design and branded environment work carried out by Neighbour.

The temporary store opens on 30 July and will be in place until Christmas. It comprises a two-storey 200 m2 space with basement and will serve as a showroom for trade clients.

Neighbour approached Pretty Green speculatively, offering to help position the brand, which had a marque created by Sane and Able in May 2009.

Floor-to-ceiling panels will feature photography of the spring-summer collection in the main first floor showroom space.

The ground floor and basement areas, used primarily to store stock, will feature oversize images of Gallagher from a Brighton beach photo-shoot and include a panoramic oversize shot of the singer.

‘Everything has a bit of a Quadrophenia feel to it,’ says Neighbour creative director Phil Sims, who adds that the space was previously occupied by Central St Martins College of Art and Design ‘which left it with a white space, art gallery feel’.

A Lambretta Li 150 scooter which featured in the film has been sourced and will sit in the store. ‘We’ll be able to add more to the space if [Pretty Green] keeps it on,’ says Sims.

Source: www.mad.co.uk

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Win A Chance To Model With Liam Gallagher











We're looking for the face of Pretty Green to model our Autumn Winter 2010 collection on a photoshoot in London with Liam Gallagher, and where better to look than our faithful fans!

The photo shoot is taking place on the 11th August 2010 in London, and if we find the perfect candidate, you will be spending the day with us on location in front of the cameras!

Mega, we know!

All you need to do is follow the instructions here to enter...

Source: www.prettygreen.com

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On This Day In Oasis History...







On 21st of July 2009, Oasis played at the iTunes Festival at 'The Roundhouse' in London.

This was the last time I saw Oasis :(

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20 July 2010

Paul Weller Talks About The Gallagher's And More



Paul Weller chats to Absolute Radio about his nomination for the 2010 Barclaycard Mercury Prize album of the year.

He also reveals what he knows about the new material from Liam and Noel Gallagher, post-Oasis.

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Win A Chance To Meet Liam Gallagher















Click here for the chance to meet Liam Gallagher on the 29th of July in London.

Source: www.prettygreen.com

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Best Track From Oasis' 'The Masterplan'



This month the poll in the right side menu is for the best best track from 'The Masterplan'.

The Masterplan is a compilation album, comprising B-sides which never made it onto an album.

The album was originally intended for release only in areas such as the United States and Japan, where the tracks were only available on expensive European import singles.

It was first released in late 1998. The Masterplan reached #2 in the UK where it went platinum, and #51 in the United States. However, it did gain top spot in various charts around the world, going on to sell 2 million copies. Four songs from the album appear on compilation album Stop the Clocks.

The choices are

01: "Acquiesce"
02: "Underneath The Sky"
03: "Talk Tonight"
04: "Going Nowhere"
05: "Fade Away"
06: "The Swamp Song"
07: "I Am The Walrus (Live)"
08: "Listen Up"
09: "Rockin' Chair"
10: "Half The World Away"
11: "(Its Good) To Be Free"
12: "Stay Young"
13: "Headshrinker"
14: "The Masterplan"

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19 July 2010

Liam Gallagher On Pretty Green















Liam Gallagher claims the design philosophy of his Pretty Green fashion line sets him apart from the rest of the fashion industry.

"We're not like all them fashion designers," Gallagher said. "These are just for lads on the street."

Founded in 2009 by Gallagher, Pretty Green comprises jeans, knitwear, Parkas and footwear.

The star disputed claims that money is his motive for designing the laid-back menswear range."I don't like to talk about money - it's vulgar," he told the Sunday Times Magazine. "Even if it didn't make a lot of money, I'd still do it."

Although he doesn't mind signing autographs and having pictures taken with fans, Gallagher prefers to go shopping first thing in the morning when it's not too crowded. When asked if he like the shops to be open only for him, the musician replied; "I find that ridiculous, all that shit. Listen, I don't mind shopping with the public - I am the public."

Source: www.vogue.co.uk

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Liam Gallagher Idolised John Lennon After His Death















Liam Gallagher's obsession with John Lennon took hold after the Beatles legend died - he was mesmerised by poignant images of the singer during TV tributes.

The former Oasis frontman modelled himself on the musician from the early days of his career, styling his vocals and dress sense on the star.

But now he's confessed he only began idolising Lennon after his death in 1980 - when he saw the promo for Imagine during a news report into the Beatle's assassination.

Gallagher tells Britain's Sunday Times, "I was eight and I remember coming downstairs and seeing Imagine on the telly, which was pretty haunting. I like Lennon's voice. It's all about his voice, I don't care whether he was into peace, or into Yoko, I don't care how big his k**b was or whether he had one ball or f**king three balls, I just like his voice.

"It moves me, makes me sad, makes me happy, makes me angry, makes me whatever."

Source: www.contactmusic.com

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The Vortex UK And European Dates














Visit Bonehead's band 'The Vortex' MySpace page (here) for a number of UK and European dates.

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On This Day In Oasis History...







Above are a few videos from July 19th 2002, when Oasis played at the Gurten Festival, Switzerland.

Watch Morning Glory, Roll With It, The Masterplan and Cigarettes & Alcohol from July 19th 2009, when Oasis played at the Melt Festival, Gräfenhainichen (near Dessau), Germany.

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18 July 2010

Liam Gallagher: 'Beady Eye Will Be Bigger Than Oasis'















Singer also slams Noel...

Liam Gallagher has claimed that his new band Beady Eye will be bigger than Oasis.

The group, which consists of Oasis’ former line-up minus his brother Noel, were three-quarters of the way through recording their debut album.

In an interview with The Sunday Times, Gallagher said Beady Eye sounded “similar” to Oasis, but also like T-Rex and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Asked if they would be bigger than his former band, he replied: “It’ll be bigger.

“I’ve got no doubt about the music, no doubt about me. I’ve never sounded better. It’s proper rock’n’roll.

“Oasis was a pop band compared to what we’re doing.”

Gallagher also hit out at Noel, saying he no longer spoke to his brother, who Oasis after a row in France in August 2009.

“Don’t want to either,” he said.

“It’s done and dusted. He’s living his life, I’m living mine. I hope he’s happy in what he does and I’m happy in what I do.”

Beady Eye are due to release their debut single at the end of this year.

Source: www.gigwise.com

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16 July 2010

Pretty Green Opens Temporary Store
















On 30th July 2010 Pretty Green will open a Temporary store on Carnaby Street. The store will be selling a selection of exclusive one off Pretty Green pieces as well as the Green Label and Black Label Spring Summer 2010 collections.

Pretty Green draws its inspiration from the art, music and culture scene of the 1960’s, so Carnaby Street was the perfect street to open the temporary store, due to its rich style, musical heritage and iconic status. Pretty Green is renowned for the attention to detail with an emphasis on quality fabrics, cut and classic tailoring. Demand for the SS10 collection has meant the collection sold out in several key stockists.

The 2000sq ft store will and will be housed over two storeys with the basement area featuring a panoramic image of Liam on Brighton beach and a Lambretta Li 150 series 3 replica scooter. The store will be bright and airy with custom fit shelving throughout. Green label and Black label SS10 pieces available to buy as well as exclusive one off pieces.

Ever since the swinging 60’s Carnaby has been at the heart of the London fashion scene, and today it is one of the worlds coolest shopping destinations, offering independent boutiques, global fashion brands, unique stores, award winning restaurants and hip nightlife. It’s the place to go for style hunters in search of something different.

2010 marks the 50th anniversary since Carnaby became the epicentre for swinging London, and continues to be synonymous with cutting edge fashion, music and youth culture.

Pretty Green Temporary will be open at 11.00am, Friday 30th July -57 Carnaby Street, London.

Source: www.prettygreen.com

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Liam Gallagher Quits Hard-Living













Rock wildman Liam Gallagher has quit his hard-living ways and become Mr Boring.

The ex-hellraiser claims he is now a pipe-and-slippers man and he has not even hit 40yet.

The Oasis singer is renowned for boozing and smoking, flashing V-signs, bar brawls and foul language.

But now he has told top celebrity interviewer Lynn Barber that he enjoys domestic bliss with wife Nicole Appleton, 35, and his son Gene, nine.

Lynn said: “He jogs every morning, takes the children to school, goes to parents’ meetings and phones his mum every day.”

Liam also drinks tea and is a fan of daytime TV, including The Jeremy Kyle Show and Noel Edmonds’ cheesy game show Deal Or No Deal.

The revelations of Liam’s comfy lifestyle have come as a shock to his army of fans.

Milkman Mark Waghorn, 40, who has an Oasis tattoo on his right forearm, said: “I should get my tattoo removed. This is not the behaviour I expect of a rock idol.”

Liam, 37, said at the height of his success in the 90s: “Rock stars exercising? I don’t think it’s right. You either got it or you ain’t.

“I drink too much but you won’t catch me doing sit-ups or jogging.

“You see pictures of Bono running around LA with his little white legs and a bottle of Volvic and he looks like a fanny.”

But now Liam jogs five miles a day, and the drone of his treadmill at his London home even sparked complaints from neighbours.

He said he realised he had to change after doing too many “big fat lines … and staying up late talking the same sh** you talked the night before and the night before that”.

He added: “I had to have a serious word with myself. I thought: ‘I’m going to have to tone it down a bit.’”

Source: www.dailystar.co.uk

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15 July 2010

New Microdot Competition









Answer three questions correctly to be entered into a draw. The Prize is a numbered copy of the Microdot portfolio book (currently retailing for £85).

For more details click here.

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Noel Gallagher & Gem Archer Watch 'The Coral' In London



Last night Noel Gallagher and Gem Archer were spotted together in the crowd to watch 'The Coral' at London's O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire.

For a free download of the title track from The Coral's new album 'Butterfly House' please enter your details here.

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14 July 2010

Oasis, White Stripes, Arctic Monkeys Feature In NME Photographers' Exhibition.











Six Shooters exhibition set for London's Proud Galleries

Oasis, The White Stripes, The Mighty Boosh and Arctic Monkeys are among the acts who feature in a new exhibition of NME photographers' work set for London.

The exhibition, entitled The Six Shooters, will be hosted at Camden's Proud Galleries from July 22 to September 12.

The photographers whose work will be on show are Roger Sargent, Mick Hutson, Andy Fallon, Paul Harries, Andy Willsher and Andy Cotterill. Other acts who feature include Muse, Pete Doherty, The Killers and Blur.

See Proud.co.uk for more information and get the new issue of NME, out now, for a preview of some of the photos from the exhibition.

Source: www.nme.com

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13 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...





On July 13th 2002, Oasis played at T In The Park in Kinross, Scotland.

Above are a few videos from the show.

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Win A Chance To Model With Liam Gallagher











We're looking for the face of Pretty Green to model our Autumn Winter 2010 collection on a photoshoot in London with Liam Gallagher, and where better to look than our faithful fans!

The photo shoot is taking place on the 11th August 2010 in London, and if we find the perfect candidate, you will be spending the day with us on location in front of the cameras!

Mega, we know!

All you need to do is follow the instructions here to enter...

Source: www.prettygreen.com

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Pretty Green X Clarks Off-White Desert Boot















A few months ago we gave you an early look at the collaboration between Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green brand and Clarks on the Desert Boot.

At the time we saw a brown, black and a dark beige colorway.

Above is a off-white version of the boot, also looking really nice and coming with a tonal suede logo tag by Pretty Green. These will release along with the other colorways in July 2010.

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Live Aid Voted Most Memorable Gig Of All Time



Music fans have voted Live Aid the most memorable gig of all time.

Sir Bob Geldolf's 1985 charity gig at Wembley Stadium came top in the survey of 3,000 gig-goers.

Jimi Hendrix's set at Woodstock in 1969 came second and Michael Jackson's 1996 HIStory tour was third.

The Beatles, Spice Girls, Take That, Nirvana, Oasis, Pink Floyd, and Jay-Z and Madonna jointly featured in the top 10 list of gigs.

Edward Parkinson of ticket exchange Viagogo, which ran the poll, said: "The list highlights amazing live events."

The full list of the top 10 most memorable gigs of all time:

1. Live Aid - The original concert at Wembley Stadium, 1985
2. Jimi Hendrix - Woodstock, 1969
3. Michael Jackson - History Tour, 1996
4. The Beatles - First performance at The Cavern Club, 1961
5. The Spice Girls - The Brit Awards performance, 1996
6. Take That - Robbie's last performance with the group at Wembley, 1994
7. Nirvana - playing Reading, 1992
8. Oasis - Knebworth, 1996
9. Pink Floyd - The Wall, 1981
10. Jay-Z - Glastonbury (2008) in joint position with Madonna - Blonde Ambition Tour, 1990

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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Noel Gallagher: 'I Got Mistaken For Maroon 5's Adam Levine At World Cup Final'

















Noel Gallagher has revealed that he got mistaken for the lead singer from Maroon 5 at the World Cup final in South Africa.

The former Oasis guitarist was a guest of honour for the match between Spain and the Netherlands on Sunday (July 11).

Gallagher said he was enjoying a pre-match dinner with a number of high profile guests when someone confused him for Adam Levine.

"I had dinner with Naomi Campbell, [Nelson Mandela's daughter] Zindzi Mandela, the minister for the interior and some of the top ANC crew," Gallagher told The Sun.

“Armed guards everywhere. Incredible. And I got mistaken for the lead singer from Maroon 5 by some **** from Tanzania!"

Andres Iniesta struck a dramatic winner in extra time to seal victory for the Spanish side.

Source: www.gigwise.com

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Noel Gallagher Blown Away By Manchester City's Transfer Plans











Former Oasis star Noel Gallagher claims to have been given as glimpse of Manchester City plans which will rock the world of football.

The Blues fan says he was let in on the club’s ‘mind-blowing’ transfer strategy by chief executive Garry Cook over lunch.

And while he appeared to rule out moves for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, Gallagher hesitated when asked about City’s designs on Fernando Torres during a radio interview.

The rocker claimed that Cook had written the names of City’s intended 24-man squad for next season on a napkin.

He said, ahead of Sunday’s World Cup final in Johannesburg, which he attended: “I just had a big, long lunch with Garry Cook and the revelations you lot are going to hear in the next month are going to blow your mind – but I can’t say anything.

“Players coming and going, and where they are going to and where they are coming from.”

Pressed on names, Gallagher replied in the negative to Barcelona superstar Messi and to Real Madrid’s £80million man Ronaldo.

But when asked about Torres, for whom City appear to be fighting a losing battle, he refused to rule anything out.

“Garry was writing out these names on a napkin, about who was going to be in the squad.

“Put it down on paper, and the 24-man squad we will have will be looking to win everything next season.

“That’s not being big-headed and saying we are going to win everything, but we have to go into it thinking ‘Who is better than us in the league?’

“Chelsea have more experience and United have more in Alex Ferguson, but other than that I am looking at the names there and being blown away, thinking that we are rightly third favourites to win the league.”

City seem to be lagging behind Chelsea in the chase for Torres, and face stiff competition from Juventus for striker Edin Dzeko.

But sources in Italy suggest Juve cannot afford to compete with the Blues, and that Dzeko will be meeting with City officials this week.

They also raise the prospect that City may sell Emmanuel Adebayor to the Turin outfit to help facilitate the Dzeko deal.

There is also growing talk of a similar deal with Chelsea, with the Blues giving up the chase for Torres and in return being offered either Nicolas Anelka or Didier Drogba.

Source: manchestereveningnews

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Andy Bell On Beady Eye















Live4ever’s Matt Humphrey met up with Beady Eye’s guitarist and Ex Oasis bassist Andy Bell earlier today. Andy had been visiting London’s bustling Oxford Street Selfrideges where band mate Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green clothing range is currently for sale.

Andy was kind enough to give us some exclusive behind the scenes info on the progress of Beady Eye’s first album currently being produced and scheduled for release sometime next year.

He revealed that the recording of the Beady Eye album is complete with the mixing stage starting next week and also confirmed what Liam had stated in recent interviews: there will be 2 or 3 singles before the album is released next year.

Don’t expect to see Beady Eye live anytime soon though as they won’t hit the stage until the album is out. He said you can’t play a gig full of songs nobody has heard yet. Andy also gave us some insight regarding the songwriting distribution on the album. Liam has penned 5 songs on the record, Gem Archer and (Andy) contributed around 3 or 4 each.

The tracks on the album are a mixture of tunes that they had been working on over the years as well as new ones. Andy also confirmed that Liam will indeed be on lead vocals on every single song, but that Gem and his (Andy) backing vocals are all over the album. He labeled the album pure pop music, but rock n’ roll at the same time. Bell looked genuinely very excited, enthusiastic and proud of what they’ve recorded so far and is even looking forward to the next record. “Oh don’t worry, we’ve got loads of songs” he assured us.

Source: www.live4ever.uk.com

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12 July 2010

Noel Gallagher Interview











Noel Gallagher joins the boys live from talkSPORT from Soccer City where he was watching the World Cup final.

Click here to listen to the interview.

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11 July 2010

Noel Gallagher Is Backing Spain To Win The World Cup












Former Oasis star Noel Gallagher has tipped favourites Spain to win Sunday's World Cup final against the Netherlands.

The 43-year-old Manchester City fan is attending Sunday's final at Soccer City in Johannesburg.
Gallagher told BBC Radio 5 live he believes "the Spanish are the best team in the world.

"Since the year leading up to the European Championships and subsequently from that they have been amazing."

Gallagher highlighted midfield as the area in which the game will be won for Spain, who will have the world class Barcelona pairing of Xavi and Andres Iniesta up against Holland's largely defensive duo of Nigel de Jong and Mark van Bommel.

"The key part of the pitch is can De Jong and Van Bommel stop Iniesta and and Xavi doing the business," said Gallagher. "De Jong plays at Man City and he's a stopper. Van Bommel, he's just destruction on legs. But the Spanish players face that a lot in the Champions League. I think it will be won and lost in the midfield."

Gallagher also believes that although it is right for Fabio Capello to continue as England boss in the short term following the national side's lacklustre showing in South Africa, there should be a change at the top soon.

"I think England desperately need an English manager," explained Gallagher. "They have to get Harry Redknapp sooner or later. He seems to be the only person who could inspire the players to play."

Gallagher was particularly unimpressed with the performance of Wayne Rooney, who failed to score a single goal in South Africa as England were eliminated in the second round courtesy of a 4-1 defeat by Germany.

"He played like he'd been hypnotised in the tunnel before and somebody had whispered in his ear, 'see the round thing, when you get out there you'll never have seen one of them before and you won't know what to do with it'," said Gallagher.

At the end of the day they are not good enough. Next season when I'm watching TV I don't want to hear about Wayne Rooney or Frank Lampard being world class - because you can be world class against Wigan or Sunderland or Tottenham.

"World class means coming to a tournament like this and pulling it off on the world stage and they've never done it. Are there many English world class players? I don't think so."

It is the second time in a row Gallagher has attended the World Cup final.

Four years ago, in Japan and South Korea, he became a lucky mascot for the Italian side after he became friends with striker Alessandro Del Piero.

Listen to the interview here.

Source: www.bbc.co.uk

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Beady Eye Facebook Page















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10 July 2010

Noel Gallagher On The World Cup And More




















Noel Gallagher was on talkSPORT last weekend, commenting on the Germany/Argentina game, England's exit from the World Cup and his hopes for Manchester City for the season ahead.

Noel also said that he's been helping a mate in his studio, you can listen to the interview here.

Thanks to Daniel

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9 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...



On July 9th 2009, Noel Gallagher popped in for a chat with Chris Moyles on Radio 1.

Listen to the interview in four parts here, here, here and here.

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Liam Gallagher's 'Pretty Green' To Trial Retail Via Pop-Up Shop
















Pretty Green, the menswear label set up by Liam Gallagher - frontman of rock band Oasis - will open a temporary store this month to test a retail offer before a possible roll-out.

The brand will open the pop-up store, understood to be on London’s Carnaby Street, at the end of the month. The store, which will trade for at least three months, will sell the summer 10 collection, which includes T-shirts, scarves and parkas at prices between £75 and £480. The brand is currently sold via its website and 60 stores including Selfridges and Xile. Wholesale prices range from £25 to £160.

Pretty Green chief executive Richard Ralph said: “Summer is a great time to open the store because of the tourist trade. We’ll take a view [on opening it up for longer] after three months; we’ll see how it goes. It will form the basis of whether we move into retail.”

Pretty Green, established in 2009, is also setting up wholesale distribution in markets such as the US, Italy and Japan. It already has wholesale accounts in Copenhagen and Paris.

Source: www.drapersonline.com

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8 July 2010

Noel Gallagher Recording His Solo Album?












Tom Meighan from Kasabian told muzikalia.com during a recent interview that Noel Gallagher is recording his album.

When asked if he still had a good relationship with Noel he said: "Of course, we still have a good friendship, I talked with Noel last week and he's recording his album."

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On This Day In Oasis History...





Oasis played at the Eurokeenes Festival in Belfort, France on July 8th 1995.

Above are a few videos from the show.

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7 July 2010

Oasis Break Up Will Be Good For Gallagher Brothers



Oasis’ break-up will give brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher a “new lease of life”, rocker Richard Ashcroft has claimed.

The former Verve frontman – who is close friends with both siblings and played a number gigs with Oasis when both bands were starting out in the early 90s – believes last year’s split will lead the pair into exciting new musical projects.

He told ShortList magazine: “I spoke to Noel a couple of days ago. He’s going to go through similar questions to the ones I went through in 2000. But he wrote the songs in the biggest band of the 90s, so he’s got nothing to worry about. It’ll be a new lease of life for both of them. I’m quite excited about it.”

But Richard – whose band initially split in 2000 before reforming in 2007 and disbanding again in 2009 – has ruled out the possibility of collaborating with either Liam or Noel, and is dismayed by the number of duets currently in the charts.

Asking about whether he’d be interested in recording a track with either Gallagher, he said: “Now you see someone’s album coming out and there are 15 different people on it. The younger generation, like Dizzee Rascal, are getting into ‘Top Trumps’ music – ‘I’m going to Top Trump you with how many guests I’ve got.’ ”

Source: www.musicrooms.net

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On This Day In Oasis History...


















"D'You Know What I Mean?" is a song by British rock band Oasis. It was the first single from their third album Be Here Now and was released on the 7th July 1997. It reached #1 in the UK singles chart, the 3rd Oasis song to do so. The song was written by Noel Gallagher. It was certified platinum for UK sales.

At the time "D'You Know What I Mean" was released, Oasis were at the height of their fame, and as a result, the single, along with the album, was highly anticipated. Upon its release it was critically and commercially successful.

The guitar chords on both the verse and the chorus are similar to the chords used for the Oasis single "Wonderwall" (F#m7/A/Esus4/Bsus4).

The song also shows more of Noel's influences. References include Bob Dylan ("Blood on the tracks and they must be mine"), and The Beatles ("Fool on the hill and I feel fine"), and even their own earlier work ("Don't look back in Anger "). The song also features a drum loop from N.W.A.

The Morse code in the background translates to include such sayings as "bugger all", "pork pies" and "Strawberry Fields Forever." Oasis haven't performed this song since 2002.

B-Sides

One of the B-sides, "Stay Young", has become a popular Oasis song, so much so that fans voted it onto the B-sides collection The Masterplan - one of only two B-sides from the Be Here Now period which made the album. The song was originally intended to be the "Digsy's Dinner" of Be Here Now (the lighthearted novelty track, such as "Digsy's Dinner" on Definitely Maybe and "She's Electric" on (What's the Story) Morning Glory?), until Noel set it aside in favour of "Magic Pie". Gallagher claims not to be particularly fond of the track.

Interview

In a 1997 interview promoting Be Here Now, Noel Gallagher had the following to say about the first single: "I was going to make up some profound statement in the chorus but I couldn't come up with anything that fitted. Then I just thought "All my people right here, right now. D'You Know What I Mean? Yeah, Yeah" Very vague, very ambiguous, that'll do. Look in the mirror and wink while you're singing it and it's quite saucy. And I f***ing love that line, 'Coming in a mess, going out in style'. We were a bunch of scruffs from Manchester and we're going out in a Rolls Royce."

In another 1997 interview, this time on BBC, Noel Gallagher said: "I cant believe I wrote it, it's going to blow people away."

"The morse code in the background was inspired by Strawberry Fields. We got hold of a code book and tried to tap out 'Bugger All' to follow that line 'Don't look back cos you know what you might see'. But if anyone can tell me what we really said, please let me know. Profound lagerisms..."

Seven Ages of Rock

In an interview with the BBC for their documentary Seven Ages of Rock, Gallagher said of the song, "Its eight and a half minutes, the first single, the drums haven't fuckin' come in for two minutes- its all feedback!". He also says that he expected someone to ask them to edit the introduction to the song down, but such was their status in Britain, nobody did. They even performed the song on Top of the Pops, still playing most of the lengthy introduction.

The performance on Top of the Pops ended with a stage invasion by surrounding fans- the second of three stage invasions in the whole history of the show (the first was Nirvana and the last Symposium).

Cover information

The single cover photograph, by Michael Spencer Jones and directed by Brian Cannon of Microdot, was taken in front of the 'Blind Steps', a staircase in Wigan so called because they run past the Blind Workshop, which can be seen to the left of the shot. The steps can still be found on Darlington Street. The shoot was shrouded in secrecy to protect mass media coverage, but newspaper The Wigan Evening Post got exclusive rights to cover the event and subsequently sold the photos to the Daily Mirror. At a lunchtime break, Liam Gallagher and sleeve designer Brian Cannon enjoyed a pint of beer in the nearby Crispin Arms pub by Birkett Bank.

Music video



The music video is filmed at Beckton Gas Works in London with many military helicopters and a strange landscape of concrete slabs and torn down buildings. Liam Gallagher is wearing a snorkel parka and sports a unique pair of sunglasses.

Track listing

CD CRESCD 256
"D'You Know What I Mean?" - 7:22
"Stay Young" - 5:06
"Angel Child" (demo) - 4:28
"Heroes" - 4:09

7" CRE 256
"D'You Know What I Mean?" - 7:22
"Stay Young" - 5:06

12" CRE 256T
"D'You Know What I Mean?" - 7:22
"Stay Young" - 5:06
"Angel Child" (demo) - 4:28

Cassette CRECS 256
"D'You Know What I Mean?" - 7:22
"Stay Young" - 5:06

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6 July 2010

On This Day In Oasis History...



Above is a video from June 6th 2000, Oasis played the Quart Festival in Norway. At the time Noel Gallagher had decided to quit overseas touring with Oasis.

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5 July 2010

Ask Liam Gallagher - Richard Price



Ask Liam is back - www.prettygreen.com - Liam is answering your questions via video.

Richard Price - If john Lennon was around today which Oasis song would he most like to sing in your opinion ?

You can ask your own question - either email askliam@prettygreen.com, tweet it adding #askliam, or post it here on youtube as a video question.

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