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GEM joined Oasis for his first official duties with the band on a video shoot in Surrey today. The band have spent the past few days making the video for 'Go Let It Out' - scheduled for February 7 2000 - with director Nick Egan, who also made the US promos for 'Live Forever' and 'Supersonic'.

The video features the band waiting for Liam who is off on a surreal journey with a bizarre cast of characters.

Noel said: "The good ship Oasis has a new crew......It's time to hoist the Jolly Roger."

They will remain a four piece as they are still undecided as to who their bass player will be, though ex Monaco man David 'Pottsy' Potts has emerged as the likeliest contender.

Click back later to see the first shots of Oasis with Gem taken at the video shoot.

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