31 October 2014

Ghost Of Liam Gallagher Is Trying To Kill Me: Manchester’s Spookiest (And Daft) 999 Calls














Halloween is upon us and MM can reveal that Manchester residents are no strangers to spooky encounters – with police handling more than 100 supernatural reports across the last three years.

Ghost, witch and alien sightings are just a handful of the creepy complaints made to Greater Manchester Police since January 2011.

There were also three reports from people claiming they had been abducted by aliens and 18 instances of witchcraft.

One traumatised individual contacted police in April 2011 claiming ‘Liam Gallagher is a ghost who steals things from her’ and ‘tries to kill her by giving her cancer’.

Another report detailed a Bury man who told police he had been chased around Prestwich by ‘hundreds of aliens’, before adding that he ‘had not had a drink or taken any drugs, just coffee’.

Michael James, an independent paranormal investigator from Atherton, 49, said previous traumas such as abuse and break-ups can often be responsible for such abnormal encounters.

He told MM: “I know for a fact that it's always due to a circumstance in someone's life. Always due.

“It's always due to a trauma. It opens the doors, the corridors, to influences that we shouldn't really be dealing with.

“I just know that there are always explanations for it.”

One case involved a spooked North Manchester man who said he had been abducted by aliens, but ‘felt daft to report it’ because he didn’t think police would believe him.

However some ghostly reports highlight the plight of pranksters abusing the 999 service.

In November 2011, a man dialled the emergency line and ‘requested to speak to Ghostbusters because he sees ghosts and wants them hoovered up’.

He then told the operator she ‘sounded fit and he could show [her] a thing or two’.

Diane Grandidge, GMP’s business lead for call-handling, has warned strongly against abuse of the service.

She said: “Every false or inappropriate 999 call wastes precious time that could be spent dealing with genuine emergencies.

“Apart from potentially putting somebody’s life at risk, misusing the 999 system is a criminal offence and we have the power to prosecute people for making hoax calls.”

Other reports included a woman who dialled 999 and asked for ‘brain police’, before asking why officers wear uniforms ‘when they should be wearing alien outfits’.

A petrified South Manchester woman contacted the force in December 2012 saying ‘she is having curses and spells cast on her by unknown witches’.

Expert Mr James also delivered a warning to those considering engaging in paranormal activities.

The ghost detective added: “I've learnt from a lot of experiences myself and I've had experience with witchcraft over the years. I've studied that – I've seen how dangerous that can be.

“I've studied certain religions. I went to spirit circles over 20 years ago and they never did any good for me.

“I think they're all dangerous and I think you should keep well away.”

Source: www.mancunianmatters.co.uk

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds: 'In The Heat Of The Moment' Exclusive Vinyl Available To Pre-Order Now!














'In The Heat Of The Moment' is the first single to be released from Noel's forthcoming record 'Chasing Yesterday'. You can pre-order the 7" now, with b-side 'Do The Damage' from Amazon.

An exclusive limited edition coloured vinyl can be ordered from Noel's store.

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Happy Halloween...















Happy Halloween everyone... Pumpkin 1 and 2 is by Jenny 'Supersonic' and Pumpkin 3 is by D Holt.












































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30 October 2014

Tickets Go On Sale Tommorow For 'The Who Hits 50' Featuring Liam Galllagher, Eddie Vedder And More














The Who hits 50 at the O2 Shepherds Bush Empire on 11 November: featuring Featuring Liam Gallagher, Eddie Vedder, Wilko Johnson, Geddy Lee, Ricky Wilson, James Dean Bradfield, The Strypes, Sheila Ferguson, Rizzle Kicks, Tom Odell, Amy Macdonald, Brody Dalle, Andy Burrows and more.

Tickets are on sale from 9am Friday 31 October from:
www.ticketmaster.co.uk www.o2shepherdsbushempire.co.uk

An evening of music in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust
The house band for the evening is The Who's band featuring Simon Townshend, Zak Starkey, Pino Palladino, Billy Nicholls, Frank Simes, Loren Gold and John Coury, and they will be joined onstage by some of the best artists in the world all performing Who classics.

Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, Liam Gallagher, Ricky Wilson from the Kaiser Chiefs, Manic Street Preachers’ James Dean Bradfield, Geddy Lee from Rush, The Strypes, Brody Dalle, Tom Odell, Amy Macdonald, Andy Burrows and Rizzle Kicks as well more to be announced soon, have chosen their favourite WHO songs to perform in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.

Roger Daltrey and Teenage Cancer Trust
The Who's Roger Daltrey is a long-standing patron of Teenage Cancer Trust and has been curating the charity’s annual flagship event, Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall, for 15 years. In that time the shows have raised over £19 million to help young people with cancer and the charity has grown to include 28 specialist units and 48 expert teenage cancer nurses and youth-support coordinators.

Source: www.teenagecancertrust.org

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Dave Sitek: 'Liam Gallagher Should Get Back In The Studio With Me'














Dave Sitek of TV On The Radio has suggested that Liam Gallagher should record solo material with him following the Beady Eye split.

Sitek produced Beady Eye's second album 'BE' and spoke to NME about what is next for the former Oasis frontman.

"Liam's hilarious, that guy really makes me laugh. And he's super talented," Sitek says. "I remember when he first went up to the microphone, we had no effects and it was just like, 'wow'. He should either have a show or get back in the studio with me and we'll make a couple of tracks for fun."

Click here to watch the video now.

Source: www.nme.com

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Another On This Day In Oasis History...














Wonderwall is a song by English rock band Oasis, written by the band's guitarist and chief songwriter Noel Gallagher. Released as the third single from (What's the Story) Morning Glory? on October 30th 1995.

Wonderwall peaked at number two in the UK Singles Charts and proved to be their American breakthrough, reaching number eight on the Hot 100 and giving them their only top-ten hit in the US thus far.

Wonderwall is perhaps their most popular song, despite the fact that British TV stars Robson & Jerome's "I Believe"/"Up on the Roof" kept it out of the top slot. Wonderwall continues to have enduring popularity in Oasis's canon; as of 2008, it was 76th in the UK's list of best-selling singles, and has now sold over a million copies in single and download sales in the UK, where it went platinum.

The song is included on Oasis's compilation album Stop the Clocks.

Background

The song takes its name from the 1968 album Wonderwall Music by George Harrison, at the time still a member of the Beatles.[3] Harrison's album was in fact a soundtrack to the film Wonderwall, but the film has remained unknown by the general public. The original title of the track was "Wishing Stone".

It is often claimed that "Wonderwall" was written for Gallagher's then-girlfriend, Meg Mathews. Noel married Mathews in 1997, but the couple divorced four years later. Gallagher now claims that the song was not about Mathews at all, but he felt he had to go along with the rumour, saying "The meaning of that song was taken away from me by the media who jumped on it. How do you tell your Mrs it's not about her once she's read it is? It's a song about an imaginary friend who's gonna come and save you from yourself."

Recording

The song was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, during a two-week recording of the 'Morning Glory' album in May 1995. According to producer Owen Morris, the song was completed in 6-8 hours.

Morris claimed that Gallagher had presented an alternative arrangement of the song "which had some extra complicated pre-bridge bits that didn't have singing or melody - but just had some chord changes - which seemed completely unnecessary", the night before it was recorded. This idea was quickly shelved.

Noel initially wanted to sing this song on (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, but he gave his brother Liam Gallagher the choice, and Noel ended up singing "Don't Look Back in Anger".



















Live performances

Noel debuted the song on UK TV, backstage at Glastonbury and broadcast on Channel 4 on June 24, 1995. The song wasn't performed by the band during their headline performance the night before.

In August 2002, Noel changed the arrangement of his live performances of the song to a style admittedly heavily-influenced by Ryan Adams' cover version of the song. This arrangement has continued to his most recent live performances of the song. When the full band performs the song live, with electric guitars, it's still in the original style as presented on the record. During the 2008 tour, however the band have return to performing the song in a semi acoustic form.

A live version of the song, recorded at Wembley Stadium in 2000, is featured on the band's live album Familiar To Millions.

In an interview with Q magazine in August 2008, Liam said that he hates performing the song: "I can't stand that fucking song, every time I have to sing it, I want to gag. Problem is 'Wonderwall' was a big big tune for us and so you go to America and they're like, 'Are you Mr Wonderwall?', and you want to chin someone."

Video

The music video to the song was filmed in the relatively brief period when bassist Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan quit the band due to nervous exhaustion; Scott McLeod came in to replace him.



Cover art

The sleeve artwork was inspired by the paintings of the Belgian surrealist René Magritte, and was shot on Primrose Hill in north London. The hand holding the frame is that of art director Brian Cannon; the woman is Anita Heryet, a Creation Records employee. The original idea was to have Liam in the frame before Noel vetoed that idea whilst the shoot was taking place.

Chart history

It reached No.2 in the UK charts.

In the US it also peaked at #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart for an unprecedented ten weeks (this amount was later eclipsed in 1998 by Marcy Playground), and reached #8 on the Hot 100.

Awards and accolades

In 1995, "Wonderwall" came in at number one in the national Australian music poll, the Triple J Hottest 100.

The promo video for "Wonderwall", directed by Nigel Dick, won the Best British Video award at the 1996 BRIT Awards.

In the Grammy Awards of 1997 the band received a nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and Noel Gallagher picked another nomination for Best Rock Song, winning none.

In 2003, VH1 ranked the song at number 95 in its countdown of the "100 Greatest Songs Of The Past 25 Years."

In May 2005, "Wonderwall" was voted the best British song of all time, in a poll of over 8,500 listeners conducted by Virgin Radio.

The song "Wonderwall" placed 105 of the 3000 top songs of all time on the website acclaimedmusic.net.

In August 2006, "Wonderwall" was named the second-greatest song of all time in a poll conducted by Q Magazine, finishing behind another Oasis song, "Live Forever".

In 2006, U2's guitarist The Edge named "Wonderwall" one of the songs he most wishes he'd written.

In May 2007, NME magazine placed "Wonderwall" at number 27 in its list of the 50 Greatest Indie Anthems Ever.

In December 2007, it came in number 35 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the 90's countdown.

In early 2007, "Wonderwall"'s drumming, provided by Alan White, was voted 90th best drumming track ever in Modern Drummer magazine.

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On This Day In Oasis History...














The video below is from October 30th 1994, when Oasis appeared on MTV 120 Minutes in New York, USA.


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29 October 2014

Liam Gallagher Steps Out With Girlfriend Debbie Gwyther















He shocked fans by taking to Twitter on Saturday to announce that his band Beady Eye had called it quits.

And Liam Gallagher looked like he was enjoying his new-found freedom he ventured out of his north London house with his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther early on Wednesday morning.

The Britpop legend covered up in a khaki coat and wore his hood pulled up over his head as he took his pet pooch for a walk.

Click here to see a number of pictures.

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

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New Scarves In Stock From Liam Gallagher's Pretty Green














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Another On This Day In Oasis History...















On October 29th 2002, Noel Gallagher played an acoustic set set at the Fairplay charity gig at London's Astoria to raise money for the Make Trade Fair campaign.

Below is the NME.COM's review of the night, and a number of videos.

NOEL GALLAGHER and CHRIS MARTIN teamed up to perform a cover of Smiths' 'STOP ME IF YOU THINK YOU'VE HEARD THIS ONE BEFORE', as part of an amazing night of collaborations at the LONDON ASTORIA.

As previously reported, 'Fair Play' (October 29) was organised by Emily Eavis, the daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael. The show was intended to raise cash and awareness for Oxfam, helping to raise the profile of their Make Trade Fair campaign.

The bill featured Lamb, Idlewild, Noel Gallagher and Coldplay, who were billed as featuring 'special guests'.

After a solo set from Gallagher, which featured the likes of 'Wonderwall', 'Slide Away' and 'Married With Children', Coldplay took to the stage, and performed a handful of their own songs.

They were then joined by Ms Dynamite for a cover of  'Three Little Birds', and her own songs 'It Takes More' and 'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee'.

She was then replaced by Noel, who performed a duet of Coldplay's hit single 'Yellow', and Oasis' 'Live Forever'. During the duets, Martin appeared overcome, telling the audience that it was one of the best moments of his life. Their set also included a cover of [a]' 'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before', a song that originally featured on the legendary Manchester group's 1987 album, 'Strangeways, Here We Come'.

Noel Gallagher's set ran:
'Talk Tonight'
'Slide Away'
'Wonderwall'
'Don't Look Back In Anger'
'Married With Children'

Coldplay played:
'In My Place'
'Don't Panic'
'The Scientist'
'It Takes More' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Three Little Birds' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Yellow' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Live Forever' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Many Rivers To Cross'
'Whatever' (with Noel Gallagher)








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On This Day In Oasis History...















Lord Don't Slow Me Down is a rockumentary film, looking back on British band Oasis' Don't Believe the Truth world tour which took place from May 2005 to March 2006. The film is directed by Baillie Walsh. It went platinum in the UK. The DVD was released on October 29th 2007.







Pre-release
A handful of fans-only private screenings took place around the world with the world premiere of the film at the Directors Guild Theater in New York City on November 4, 2006 as part of the CMJ Film Festival. The UK television premiere was on Channel 4 on November 19, at 11:50pm, although it was a heavily edited version with approximately 40 minutes cut from the original 95 minute version. The film was unveiled to coincide with Oasis' compilation album Stop the Clocks, released on November 20, 2006. A preview of the film was included on the Let There Be Love DVD single, released in November 2005.

The film features a new Oasis song also called "Lord Don't Slow Me Down", written by Noel Gallagher and recorded during the Don't Believe the Truth sessions, Gallagher described it as being "one of the best things, like The Who, The Yardbirds and the Jeff Beck Group combined, and it's got two drum solos on it!". He has also said that his girlfriend thought it was the only Oasis song you could dance to. The song was left off Don't Believe the Truth because Gallagher felt that including it would have meant he'd have been singing too many songs on the record. Italian footballer Alessandro Del Piero also appears in the video signing a shirt for noel.





















The DVD set contents:

Disc One:
Documentary tour film Lord Don’t Slow Me Down in stereo and surround sound.
Bonus audio commentary featuring the members of the band.
A Noel Gallagher Q&A session with the fans filmed in New York in 2006.

Disc Two:
Oasis live at City of Manchester Stadium on 2nd July 2005 in HD with stereo and surround sound.

"Fuckin' in the Bushes"
"Turn Up the Sun"
"Lyla"
"Cigarettes & Alcohol"
"The Importance Of Being Idle"
"Little By Little"
"A Bell Will Ring"
"Acquiesce"
"Songbird"
"Live Forever"
"Mucky Fingers"
"Wonderwall"
"Rock 'n' Roll Star"
"The Meaning of Soul"
"Don't Look Back In Anger"
"My Generation"

Unique footage and pictures sent in by fans who attended the concert.



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28 October 2014

Oasis Canvas Painting Stolen From Manchester Art Gallery In Daylight Raid














A unique painting of iconic rock band Oasis has been stolen from an art gallery during a daylight raid.

Police said thieves swiped the black and white canvas work by artist Olga Tsarevska Lomax from the Art Gallery and Gift Shop in Bury, Greater Manchester, at 5pm yesterday.

The offenders smashed a window before grabbing the 80cm x 100cm painting, which features each band member including brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher.

It's also inscribed with 'otz2013' on the bottom right-hand corner.

PC Katherine Gosling said: "Quite what the masterplan behind this theft is I don't know, but a local business has been broken into and a one of a kind piece of artwork taken.

"This was the only piece taken and some might say we are therefore looking for an Oasis fan - similarly it may have been stolen to order.

"Regardless we are keen to find it and return it."

It comes as reports of a possible Oasis reunion have been spreading like wildfire after frontman Liam announced his band Beady Eye had split up.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 08000 555 111.

A picture of the painting can be found by clicking here.

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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Noel Gallagher: “Space Jazz? Disco? My New High Flying Birds Album Is Very Eclectic!”














Noel Gallagher has spoken exclusively to Q about his new album, Chasing Yesterday.

Speaking to Andrew Perry in our new issue, Q341 out today (28 October), the former Oasis man says his self-produced second High Flying Birds record is hard to pin down sound-wise.

“Space jazz? I’ve gone there. There’s more than a couple of sax solos on the record,” he admits.

“I could play you two of those tracks with saxophones, and you’d go, ‘Wow it’s a fucking space jazz record!’ Then I could pick you tow other tracks that have got a disco feel, and you’d think it was but there’s rockers on there, and emotional songs that you would associate with me. It’s very eclectic.”

Get Q341 now for the full interview, including more on the album, his relationship with Liam these days and his reaction to Oasis reunion rumours.

Source: www.qthemusic.com

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Noel Gallagher Talks About His New Album And More














This is the full uncut version of Strawberry Alarm Clock's interview with Noel Gallagher on FM104, that took place last week.

Click here to listen to the interview in full.

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Liam Gallagher Is On The Front Of This Week's NME Magazine




Liam Gallagher is on the front of this week's NME magazine that goes on sale tomorrow digitally and in stores.





















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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 2015 Japanese Tour Dates













Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will play the following venues in Japan in April.

07.04.15 OSAKA Festival Hall
09.04.15 HIROSHIMA HBG Hall
11.04.15 FUKUOKA Zepp Fukuoka
13.04.15 NAGOYA Zepp Nagoya
15.04.15 TOKYO Budokan T

Tickets go on sale Saturday 29th November from TICKET PIA: http://t.pia.jp/ LAWSON TICKET: http://l-tike.com/

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27 October 2014

Liam Gallagher To Perform With The Who Next Month














Liam Gallagher is set to make his first public appearance since the news of Beady Eye's split at a special Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig in London next month.

Gallagher will be one of a list of musicians performing Who classics at Shepherds Bush Empire on November 11 with each artist performing a song of their own choice from the band's back catalogue.

Other artists who will perform with The Who Band on the night will be Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, Wilko Johnson, Kaiser Chiefs' Ricky Wilson, Manic Street Preachers' James Dean Bradfield, Geddy Lee of Rush, The Strypes, Brody Dalle, Tom Odell, Amy Macdonald, Andy Burrows and Rizzle Kicks.

The Who's Band feature Simon Townshend, Pino Palladino, Billy Nicholls, Frank Simes, Loren Gold, John Coury and drummer Zak Starkey, who played with Liam Gallagher in Oasis. Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey will take a back seat for the occasion as others perform in their place.

Gallagher confirmed via Twitter on Saturday (October 25) that Beady Eye have split. The band were fronted by Liam Gallagher and featured former Oasis members Andy Bell and Gem Archer. Andy Bell has also tweeted about the split, telling fans that he "had a blast" with the band.

Tickets for An Evening Of Who Music In Aid Of Teenage Cancer Trust are on sale from 9am Friday October 31 via Ticketmaster .

Source: www.nme.com

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Pretty Green New Union Jack iPhone Cases On Sale Now!














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Noel Gallagher Silences Oasis Reunion Rumours














Noel Gallagher insists an Oasis reunion is “not on the cards” following the break-up of his brother Liam’s band Beady Eye.

He silenced rumours the Britpop band, which formed in 1991, would get back together calling it a “backwards step”.

The singer-songwriter, 47, who formed his own band Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds five years ago says: “It’s not on the cards. From where I sit now it’s purely a creative thing.

“I really, really enjoy where I am with my music and where I am with my band. I wouldn’t be willing to give that up for anything.”

While Noel says the question is a source of irritation for him he revealed his other pet peeve – being mistaken for his moody baby brother, who’s 42.

“It annoys me about as much as when I’m introduced to people as Liam, which happens on a regular basis,” he said.

“I was at a party the other night and loads of posh people were going, ‘Liam, how are you doing?’ It’s a common occurrence,” he tells Q Magazine.

However unlikely the prospects of the two getting back together, the diehard Manchester City football supporter says there is one thing that would make him reconsider: “I’d rather reform Oasis than wear a Manchester United shirt. I wouldn’t do that, not even if I was mentally disturbed.”

And pigs could fly.

Source: www.express.co.uk

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26 October 2014

Noel Gallagher Talks U2, Louis Van Gaal And His New Album














Click here to listen to Noel Gallagher talk to Ian Dempsey on his breakfast show last week.

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On This Day In Oasis History...















The videos below are from October 26th 2008, when Oasis played at The Roundhouse in London with the Crouch End Festival Chorus as part of the BBC's Electric Proms.



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25 October 2014

Noel Gallagher Interview In The New Issue Of Q














Foo Fighters are on the cover of our new issue, Q341 out Tuesday (28 October), talking exclusively about new album Sonic Highways.

Dave Grohl and his men explain the idea that saw them record the LP in eight different studios across America – plus made a TV series to go with it.

And talking of new albums, we also speak exclusively to Noel Gallagher about his second with High Flying Birds and his current relationship with Liam and there’s a 20-page special on Prince.




















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Andy Bell Thanks Beady Eye Fans Via Twitter














Thanks to all the Beady Eye fans. I had a blast. See you on the other side. Big Love Andy B X

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Beady Eye Announce Split














Liam Gallagher has tweeted that his post-Oasis band have called it a day. He wrote: "Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support."

Beady Eye featured former Oasis members Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock, plus former Kasabian man Jay Mehler.

Their first album, Different Gear Still Speeding, was released in February 2011 and a follow-up, BE, appeared in June of last year. The band opened the Other Stage at Glastonbury 2013.

It's not clear from this brief statement whether Liam will now become a solo artist or whether it means he won't be working with the former Beady Eye members again.

Anyone expecting the imminent reunion of Oasis should bear in mind that Noel Gallagher has just announced his second album with the High Flying Birds, Chasing Yesterday, which will be released in March next year.

Source: www.xfm.co.uk

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Liam And Noel Gallagher On 'Good Terms'














The brothers and former Oasis bandmates fell out in 2009 and are believed to have refrained from speaking to each other ever since but Noel has now revealed they have begun building bridges.

According to The Sun newspaper, he told the December issue of Q magazine: ''We're on good terms, as good as we can be.''

However, contrary to increasing speculation that they're planning to reunite for the 20th anniversary of Oasis' second album '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?', Noel insists there is no reunion on the cards.

He added: ''I'm f**king looking forward to spoiling everybody's party next year. We won't be doing it.''

Meanwhile, the 47-year-old rocker recently revealed that he is still good friends with his former bandmates Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock - who joined his brother Liam's band Beady Eye after their falling out.

He said previously: ''I was with some of Beady Eye the other night and they are still plugging away. They're good lads. We all got completely s**t-faced and we talked nonsense for hours. It was good.''

Source: www.tv3.ie

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Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet Confirms Beady Eye Are No Longer














Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support.

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Liam Gallagher To Join 'The Who' Onstage Next Month For Teenage Cancer Trust Concert














Liam Gallagher is set to make a massive comeback next month as he performs with The Who’s backing band for an epic Teenage Cancer Trust gig.

Liam is one of 15 iconic performers who will take to the stage during the star studded night.

He will also be reunited with Zak Starkey, 49, who used to play for Oasis but is now in The Who.

And he’s lined up to sing a cover of My Generation which Oasis used to sing at their live gigs.

A show insider said: “It’s been a hell of a year for Liam, he’s had a lot to get through and a lot on his mind.

“He’s been planning his comeback for a long time and he jumped at the chance of doing this.

“It’s going to be him on his own with The Who’s backing band but he’s got his old mate Starkey there to help him on.

“And he’s planning on doing My Generation in tribute of The Who. The event is set to raise millions for Teenage Cancer Trust and organisers are hoping it will be a sell out.”

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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