1 April 2015

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...














"RIP Cynthia Lennon LG x

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Noel Gallagher On Kanye West Playing Glastonbury And More













This morning on 6Music Breakfast, Noel Gallagher chatted with Music News' Matt Everitt about Kanye West at Glastonbury and his role with the Teenage Cancer Trust.


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Noel Gallagher Offered Cameo In The New Seaon Of 'House Of Cards'












Noel Gallagher has scored a cameo in the new season of hit Netflix drama 'House Of Cards' as himself.

Starring Kevin Spacey House of Cards is a political thriller set in Washington DC although it is actually based on a popular British series. It tells the story of Frank Underwood's quest for power in DC's political maze.

Speaking about the show earlier this year he said "I watch House of Cards. Don't tell me what happens in the new season; I have to leave it halfway through to come on tour, and my wife is under strict orders not to watch any of it or she gets a fucking divorce. No trial separation, no going to sleep back at her mum's. Divorce".

Details of the episode Noel will appear in can be found here.

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Another Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds At The Royal Albert Hall












The band performed at the prestigious venue in aid of the charity's annual concert series.

The main focus was on their new album Chasing Yesterday but that didn't put Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds fans off at the band's Teenage Cancer Trust gig at The Royal Albert Hall on Saturday (March 28).

The crowd were as passionate and vocal about the follow-up to the eponymous debut from the five-piece, showing that Noel's solo efforts aren't just a mere side project, if ever there will be a reunion with brother Liam.

To the sold-out concert's delight, Gallagher and co plunged into an Oasis track, Fade Away, four songs in and later in the set, Champagne Supernova, Digsy's Dinner and Don't Look Back In Anger before closing with The Masterplan.

On form as ever, Noel chastised a fan for sitting down in the front row before quipping: "Did you buy an album? Did you buy a T-shirt? Did you buy a programme? Then I love you. And my wife loves you. And my kids definitely love you."

Support on the night was provided by Baltimore synthpop band Future Islands.

The Trust's patron Roger Daltry CBE appeared on stage ahead of the gig and praised Noel for being a long-time supporter of the charity.

This year marks the fifteenth year of the annual concert series, having raised over £20 million to help support young people with cancer.

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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Listen To A Remix Of Noel' Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Riverman'













Listen to Beyond The Wizard's Sleeve's re-mix of Noel' Gallagher's High Flying Birds brand new single 'Riverman' on here.

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30 March 2015

Noel Gallagher Shuts Down Any Hope Of An Oasis Reunion













Following a fight with his brother on August 28, 2009 he announced that he would be leaving Oasis.

Almost ten years on from the split fans of the Britpop band have held out hope that Liam and Noel Gallagher will one day put their differences to the side and take to the stage again.

But shutting down such wishful thinkers, Noel, 47, has said preserving the memories of his time in the group make it easy for him not to ever want to take part in a reunion.

He said: 'I don’t block anything out. I remember it which is why I don’t want to do it again.'

Formed in 1991, Oasis' first LP Definitely Maybe at the time became the fastest selling debut album in the UK and set the wheels in motion for a number of hits including Don't Look Back In Anger.

However as the band grew more popular, tension between the two brother began to mount and the pair often clashed while on the road.

In 2009 after an altercation with Liam which resulted in one of his guitars being destroyed Noel quit.

In a statement, he wrote in a statement: 'It is with some sadness and great relief to tell you that I quit Oasis tonight.'

He added: 'People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer.'

On Friday Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds played a secret gig at the Rivoli Ballroom in London for Absolute Radio and ahead of the show Noel spoke about how much he's changed since Oasis.

Admitting that he's grown up a lot, he explained: 'So all the things that we should have avoided doing in Oasis.

I can avoid those now and kind of keep all the good bits'.

The father-of-three continued: 'Obviously that band [Oasis] was colossal but the attitude is still the same. My attitude towards everything is still the same anyway.'

You can catch the full radio broadcast of Noel Gallagher's gig and interview on Sunday April 12 from 6pm on Absolute Radio.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

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Roger Daltrey Praises Noel Gallagher's Support For The 'Teenage Cancer Trust'













Noel Gallagher was praised by Roger Daltrey for being such a ''loyal friend and loyal supporter'' of the Teenage Cancer Trust ahead of his concert on Saturday night (28.03.15).

The Who frontman came on stage at the Royal Albert Hall in London before the Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds show to pay tribute to the former Oasis guitarist for always being willing to play for the charity - which aims to improve the treatment of 13 to 24 year olds fighting cancer.

Introducing Noel, Roger - who was joined on stage by several young people helped by the UK organisation - said: ''Coming on soon is a very loyal friend and loyal supporter. He's been involved from the first day, just as Paul Weller has and Kelly Jones. On in a few minutes Noel Gallagher.''

Noel and his band stepped on stage to a rapturous reception from the sell-out crowd and opened with 'Do The Damage'.

The musician's set was packed with tracks from his new number one album 'Chasing Yesterday' and highlights included 'Lock All The Doors', 'The Dying of the Light', 'You Know We Can't Go Back' and 'In the Heat of the Moment'.

Noel was joined on stage by a horn section and the Crouch End Festival Chorus, who accompanied him for several songs including 'Everybody's On The Run', 'If I Had a Gun...' and a stripped down version of Oasis classic 'Champagne Supernova' which prompted a mass sing-along from fans.

Although the set was mainly comprised of solo songs, the rocker did play a handful of tracks by his former band, including fan favourite B-side 'Fade Away' and 'Digsy's Dinner' - from the group's 1994 debut LP 'Definitely Maybe'.

At one point between songs one cheeky admirer approached the stage and asked Noel for his autograph, which prompted the 47-year-old singer to quip: ''Sign your ticket? I'm a bit busy mate at the moment.''

The group exited the stage briefly, whipping the crowd into a frenzied ''Noel, Noel, Noel'' chant before returning for their encore.

The rock superstar sent the audience delirious with a rendition of Oasis classic 'Don't Look Back in Anger' and followed it up with 'AKA... What a Life!' to cheers of delight.
Noel closed the concert with Oasis track 'The Masterplan' to which the crowd sang along with every word.

A number of famous fans were at the gig, including former 'Doctor Who' actor Matt Smith and Queens Park Rangers soccer player Joey Barton - who previously played for Noel's favourite team Manchester City.

Barton took his Twitter account during the show, posting: ''Masterplan... Wow... (sic)''

Source: www.contactmusic.com

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Pre-Order: 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' Riverman (Limited Edition Coloured Vinyl)













7 Inch £4.99

Release Date: 11/05/2015

Riverman is the brand new single to be released from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' No. 1 album Chasing Yesterday, out May 11th.

“Riverman has to be up there with his best … A six-minute soulful epic” Q

Online store exclusive - Limited edition 7" coloured vinyl.  Includes Leave My Guitar Alone on the B side.

A) Riverman
B) Leave My Guitar Alone

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Artwork For Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Riverman' Single












Riverman is the brand new single to be released from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' No. 1 album Chasing Yesterday, out May 11th.



















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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Announce New Single













The brand new single to be released from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' No1 album 'Chasing Yesterday' is 'Riverman', out May 11th!

“Riverman has to be up there with his best … A six-minute soulful epic” Q

There is a limited edition coloured 7" vinyl available exclusively to pre-order here, featuring the B-Side 'Leave My Guitar Alone'.

The last single on vinyl sold out within 2 days, so make sure you're quick to order your copy!

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Pretty Green: New Arrivals And Items Back In Stock














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Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In London












Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds played a set which drew heavily from new album 'Chasing Yesterday' at London's Royal Albert Hall last night (March 28) as part of the Teenage Cancer Trust Concert gigs.

After playing Oasis' 'Fade Away' early in the set, Gallagher pointed to the direction of the rest of the set by saying: "It's Saturday night, this is a bit more like it. I'm going to play you some new songs off my fucking brilliant new album."

He then played a trio of new songs: 'In the Heat of the Moment', 'Lock All the Doors' and 'Riverman'. The Royal Albert Hall was completely sold out for the performance, and the crowd were vocal in their support of Gallagher's new music. In response to one fan shouting that he loved him, Gallagher replied: "I love you too. Did you buy an album? Did you buy a t-shirt? Did you buy a programme? Then I love you. And my wife loves you. And my kids definitely love you."

Despite the focus on new material, Gallagher did play a handful of Oasis songs. As well as 'Fade Away', he also performed 'Champagne Supernova', 'Digsy's Dinner', 'Don't Look Back In Anger' and closed with 'The Masterplan'.

Support on the night came from Baltimore synth-pop band Future Islands, who played a short set which featured last year's NME Song Of The Year 'Seasons (Waiting On You)'.

The Who frontman Roger Daltrey, who has raised £20 million from concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust victims over the last 15 years, was on hand to introduce Gallagher and to explain how the money raised by the charity event is spent.

Source: www.nme.com

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29 March 2015

Gallery And Review: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds At The Royal Albert Hall













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Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...














"Hand and Flowers, Marlow. Food of the Gods. Tom Kerridge fantastic chap LG x

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Interview With Noel Gallagher And Future Islands At The Royal Albert Hall













Below is a short interview with Noel Gallagher and Future Islands of the penultimate night at this years Teenage Cancer Trust gigs.


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Video: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In London













Below are a number of videos of yesterdays Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds gig at the Royal Albert Hall in London.



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Listen To An Exclusive Intimate Gig On Absolute Radio Next Month














On Friday Noel Gallagher took to the the stage at an exclusive South East London venue to perform an intimate gig for fans and Absolute Radio listeners.

You can listen to the full radio broadcast of the gig and interview on Sunday April 12 from 6pm on Absolute Radio.

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Noel Gallagher On Touring With Oasis













Noel Gallagher learnt good touring practise in Oasis, which he hopes will help him on his upcoming series of shows across the world.

The 47-year-old singer admitted his days touring with his former band have influenced his current gigging practise, as he knows he needs to behave to ensure his live show doesn't suffer.

Speaking to Absolute Radio's Pete Mitchell, he said: "So all the things that we should have avoided doing in Oasis, I can avoid those now and kind of keep all the good bits and try and somehow bring that into what I do.

"It's one of things where Oasis maybe suffered in that you've got to be on it from nine o'clock every night. That means you can't be still up shouting and singing Beatle songs off a balcony at five o'clock in the morning. You can't."

The Britpop musician made the comments shortly before taking to the stage with his band, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, at intimate London venue the Rivoli Ballroom where he performed an hour-long secret set for lucky Absolute Radio competition winners on Friday (27.03.15).

Performing stellar hits from their eponymous 2011 debut release including 'Everybody's On the Run' and 'Dream On', the band were celebrated by the audience of superfans who sang along to the well known tracks, and chanted the music icon's name between tracks.

Interjecting songs with some hilarious foul-mouthed audience interaction, Noel and his band were on top form with set highlights including pacey new single 'Ballad of the Mighty I' and 2011 single 'If I Had a Gun...'.

Despite vowing not to perform any Oasis songs during the set because, "a) I've got a f***ing album to sell, and b) you got in for f**k all," the performance culminated in a mass sing-a-long to fan-favourite 1995 B-side 'The Masterplan', providing the perfect conclusion to a gig showcasing the talents of one of Britain's most respected musicians.

Fans can listen to the full radio broadcast of the gig and interview on Sunday April 12 from 6pm on Absolute Radio. For more information head to www.absoluteradio.co.uk.

Source: www.list.co.uk

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Setlist: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In London












Below is the setlist from yesterdays Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds concert in London for the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Do The Damage
Stranded On The Wrong Beach
Everybody's On The Run
Fade Away
In The Heat Of The Moment
Lock All The Doors
Riverman
The Death Of You And Me
You Know We Can't Go Back
Champagne Supernova
The Ballad Of The Mighty I
Dream On
The Dying Of The Light
The Mexican
AKA... Broken Arrow
Digsy's Dinner
If I Had A Gun
Don't Look Back In Anger
AKA... What A Life!
The Masterplan

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Limited Edition Prints Signed By Noel Gallagher And Pete McKee Go On Sale At 10AM













It’s a big weekend of fundraising for Pete McKee as the remainder of the limited edition prints for the Teenage Cancer Trust concerts go on sale tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday.

Pete was asked by the Teenage Cancer Trust to create a collection of limited edition posters for this years shows for Noel Gallagher, The Who, Paul Weller and Stereophonics. Each print is limited to just 50 copies and signed by both Pete and the bands.

The prints are available exclusively from www.petemckee.com Please note they are not available in person from the gallery in Sheffield. They are A2 in size, priced at £120 each with all proceeds going to the Teenage Cancer Trust. There is also a limit of one print per customer.

The prints will be available from:

Noel Gallagher - 29 March 10am



















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28 March 2015

Noel Gallagher Says His Solo Career Cost Him A "Few Million" Pounds To Launch













Noel Gallagher has admitted setting up his own Sour Mash Records label to launch his solo career cost him a "few million" pounds.

The 'Ballad of the Mighty I' singer established his Sour Mash Records label after leaving Oasis in 2009 and admits the costs were so high, he refused to tell wife Sara MacDonald the truth about his financial position for some time.

He admitted: "Everything I've done since I left Oasis has come from my own pocket.

"You've got to pay for the tour, got to pay for the wages and you don't really break even for about nine months.

"I don't mean I lost money. I mean I lost a f***ing s**t load of money. It was a few million, like.

"I had to lie to Sara at first, and when I eventually did tell her, she freaked out -- I mean freaked out.

"So I come out with, 'You know, a year ago, this happened... and she was like, 'What the f***ing hell did you do that for?'

"I said, 'I did it because I felt like I could and I didn't want to be signed to a record label, I wanted to do it myself'."

Despite putting himself in a precarious financial position for a while, Noel's gamble for artistic freedom paid off.

Noel insists he doesn't care about his chart positions or record sales because he knows music doesn't sell as much now as back in the hey day of Oasis.

He told Loaded magazine: "I don't worry about the music getting to number one or anything. I never have done really. Well, maybe I did between 1994 and '97, back when I wanted to rule the world.

"If it has got to the point where you're listening to it, it's got to the point where I'm happy with it.

"People aren't buying as many records as they were four years ago so sales are likely to decline, but it won't make it any less a record."

Source: www.femalefirst.co.uk

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In London















Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play for the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall in London, UK later today (March 28).

If you are going to the show, and you are able to scan your ticket or send in pictures email them to us @ scyhodotcom@gmail.com.

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Tickets Still Available For Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' At The Teenage Cancer Trust













A small amount of extra tickets for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' sold out Teenage Cancer Trust show at The Royal Albert Hall TONIGHT have been released!

Be quick and go grab yours from: http://po.st/vG2k3q/ 0845 401 5030 or on www.seetickets.com

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Noel Gallagher Says James Blunt is F*cking Rubbish













Noel Gallagher has responded to James Blunt's claims that people in the music industry tried to get him to change his accent so he sounded less posh.

He told Loaded “Posh people are alright. I have a lot of posh friends. But James Blunt doesn't get people’s backs up because he’s posh, it’s because he’s fucking shit.“What held him back is the fact he’s fucking rubbish. That’s shit about his accent, he sings in an American accent anyway. I don’t think there are too many posh people in the arts - I don’t think there’s enough working class in the charts.”

Noel also has no desire to be on social media.“It’s not for me, he says. “I have an Instagram account that I’ll be doing on tour. I do a tour blog as well for the website but nobody needs to know what colour socks I'm wearing or what I'm having for breakfast. For me, there’s not enough mystery in the world.

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Noel Gallagher's Selfie Rules













Noel Gallagher has told Loaded his selfie rules, they are only approach him if he's stood still and definitely not on a night out.

He said “If I’m walking somewhere and on the move, well sometimes I don’t want to be mithered, certainly not on a night out. If I’m standing still on the tube or in a shop or waiting for a cab, then alright, but not if I’ve got a pace on. It depends what mood I’m in. So some days I’m in a ‘No’ mood all day.” Got it. Basically only approach if stood still – but not on a night out. Some people are so f*cking rude though. Like this for instance – this just happened the other day, and even starting to tell you I’m getting wound up.”I sit back and get comfy on the sofa. Some f*cking Cockney dick second-hand car salesman said to me as I’m waiting for a taxi, ‘Excuse me mate, can you get a picture with my lad?’ So I’m looking round and I’m like, ‘Well, where is he?’ So he shouts to his wife and some little kid comes out dressed exactly the same as his fucking dad.“Well, this lad didn’t have a fucking clue who I was".

He added “This lad is looking at me backing away, clearly no f*cking idea. “Anyway, I put my arm around him and he takes the picture and as the guy is walking off he’s looking at the picture and says, ‘Yeah, you might want to try f*cking smiling next time’. I couldn’t quite hear what he said but there was another guy walking past and HE said, ‘That’s so f*cking rude!’“So I shout after him, ‘Oi! What did you say!?’ But he carries on walking. “He was lucky my wife wasn’t there that day. I’d have put him on his fat f*cking arse. Dick.”

Read the interview in full in the current issue of Loaded that's on sale now.

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Noel Gallagher On The Offers To Go On Reality Shows He Got After Oasis












Noel Gallagher has said he received a barage of offers for him to go on reality shows after he left Oasis.

He told Loaded "When I left Oasis, there was a barage of offers for me to go on reality shows as everyone thought, ‘Well, he’s going to be unemployed now’. But I fucking can’t stand Strictly Come Dancing. I know Claudia Winkleman a bit and I saw her at a party and said to her, ‘What are you fucking doing that show for? You’re better than that.’ I don’t mind the jungle one (I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here.) I like it if there’s a headcase on it. If Shaun Ryder’s on, yes. John Lydon, absolutely. Jordan and Peter Andre, not for me, ta".

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27 March 2015

Andy Bell Reformed Ride Before Beady Eye Split













British Rocker Andy Bell Had Already Reformed His 1990s Band Ride Before Liam Gallagher Announced Beady Eye Had Split.

Bell first found success with the Leave Them All Behind hitmakers, but following their break-up in the mid-1990s he went on to work with Gallagher in Oasis and his later band, Beady Eye.

Gallagher announced in October (14) that he was disbanding the group, and Bell revealed the following month (Nov14) that he was reforming Ride, but now it has emerged he was already rehearsing with his former bandmates and preparing for their relaunch when Beady Eye split.

Bell tells Uncut magazine, "I knew Beady Eye was going to be on writing time, and this spring would be pretty free. I told the Beady Eye guys I wanted to do this. Later on, the news came though from Liam that he was calling it a day. So it meant that instead of being two weeks of gigs, it would be a little more."

Source: www.contactmusic.com

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Video: Oasis 'Chasing The Sun' Exhibition In Japan













Official After-movie of the Oasis Exhibition "CHASING THE SUN: OASIS 1993 - 1997" in Japan, held in November 2014.


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Noel Gallagher On Being A Frontman, Chasing Yesterday, Space Jazz And More













Click here to read a preview of an interview with Noel Gallagher, it's taken from the Australian Rolling Stone and features in the April, 2015 issue.

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26 March 2015

Win A Signed Copy Of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Chasing Yesterday'













Win a signed vinyl copy of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Chasing Yesterday' up for grabs, click here for details.

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Kurt Cobain's Daughter Frances Wants Noel Gallagher To Perform At Her Wedding












Frances Bean-Cobain wants Noel Gallagher to perform at her wedding.

The daughter of Courtney Love and the late Kurt Cobain is keen for the former Oasis star to play at her and fiancée Isaiah Silva's big day this summer because she was a huge fan of the group during her younger years.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "Oasis are the band Frances listened to while growing up. Her wedding day wish would be to have Noel to play an intimate acoustic set."

However, Noel might not be too keen on the gig if the 22-year-old artist's mother Courtney is at her nuptials as he recently admitted he once hid from the Hole singer when she visited Oasis in Los Angeles because he couldn't deal with her "rowdiness".

He explained: "I read an interview with her once and she said, 'I can't f***ing believe this. I know everyone in London and I've never f***ing met Noel - was he hiding from me?' And the answer is, 'Yes.'

"I was in a studio in LA and we were in the back recording [2005 Oasis album] 'Don't Believe The Truth'. And reception called us as said, 'Just to warn you - Courtney Love's just walked in.'

"I knew Liam was running around in reception and I thought, 'Brilliant, that's a f***ing meeting of minds right there.'

"I could hear her shouting, 'Where's Noel? I gotta meet Noel!' So I grabbed a cig, exited out the back door and went straight back to the motel and locked the door.

"I was like, 'I can't be dealing with her rowdiness - f***ing hell, no way.' But I applaud her."

Frances and Isaiah went public with their engagement in October 2011 and he previously admitted they are "each other's everything" and much prefer staying in and reading books or watching TV than going to a club.

He explained: "We're homebodies. We don't go out to clubs so you won't find us stumbling out of them with Lindsay Lohan. We stay at home, read books and watch 'Arrested Development'."

Source: www.therecord.com

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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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On Sale Today The New Issue Of 'Loaded' Features An Interview With Noel Gallagher












Noel Gallagher is on the cover of the new issue of 'Loaded', the magazine goes on sale today.



















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Andy Bell On Ride, Oasis, Beady Eye And More













Click here to read an interview with Andy Bell who talks about Ride, Oasis, Beady Eye and more.

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25 March 2015

Noel Gallagher Says Ed Miliband Can Go F*ck Himself













Noel Gallagher has been asked by the new issue of Loaded will he go with Russell Brand's revolution or David Cameron, Nick Clegg or Ed Miliband's austerity in the upcoming General Election.

He said "Ed Miliband can go f*ck himself. As can f*cking Nick Clegg, as can Dave Miliband, honestly when I look at that guy, I would be nervous if he was running the country. I think he was put there by his party and his party are communists. I dunno, I don't get the Labour party at the minute. If Nick Clegg wants to become my butler, well he can do".

He added "Dave (David Cameron), he's just a Bullingdon boy isn't he? He's not one of us, he's one of them. And Russell's (Russell Brand) revolution? Hardly a viable opinion is it? I think I might vote for the most ludicrous thing on the ballot paper, I don't know what that be but it was a pirate last time".

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Gallery: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds At Club 69 In Brussels












Click here to see a number of pictures from Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds live at Club 69 in Brussels.

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Noel Gallagher On His Brother Liam, Oasis, Manchester City, Ibiza, Belgium And More













Below is an interview with Noel Gallagher who talks about brother Liam, Oasis, Manchester City, Ibiza, Belgium and more.


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Listen Or Download: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Live At Club 69 In Brussels













Click here to listen or download the podcast here, an interview with Noel Gallagher starts after 12:00 minutes the concert after 31:00.

Do The Damage
Everybody's On The Run
In The Heat Of The Moment
Lock All The Doors
Riverman
You Know We Can't Go Back
Ballad Of the Mighty I
The Dying Of The Light
Dream On
The Mexican
If I Had A Gun
AKA What A Life!
The Masterplan

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Noel Gallagher On 50 Shades Of Grey












Noel Gallagher has been asked by the new issue of Loaded has he been to see 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' movie yet.

He said "I don't know. Is he a rapper? No. It's not for me. I'm aware of the book and the phenomenon but I have it from good authority from my wife it's a bag of s*ite. I thought there was a rapper called 50 Shades? I'd rather see him".

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