Oasis' Noel Gallagher reveals his Top 10 bands

Find out the guitarist's definitive list

Photo: Next Previous

Photo Gallery: Oasis

Oasis' Noel Gallagher has revealed what he believes are the 10 best bands of all time.

Writing on the official Oasis blog on the band's website, Oasisinet.com, Gallagher asserted that The Beatles were the best band to ever pick up guitars.

"In the dressing room the traditional debate has started about 'The Top 10'", he wrote after a recent gig on Oasis' North American tour. "This means the Top 10 bands of all time. No solo artists allowed. No female artists allowed. No collectives allowed (Public Enemy etc.).

"This is the 1,000th time we’ve been here with this. It never gets any less interesting for me. For the record, THE DEFINITIVE Top 10 is this.."

The star's list then reads:

1: The Beatles
2: The Rolling Stones
3: The Who
4: Sex Pistols
5: The Kinks
6: The La's
7: Pink Floyd
8: The Bee Gees
9: The Specials
10: (Peter Green's) Fleetwood Mac


Find out what a selection of NME.COM's writers' Top Tens are and have your say on our blog now.

Read Noel Gallagher's blog in full at Oasisinet.com now.




Read More On This Artist

Oasis Merchandise
More News
The View announce UK tour, confirm fifth album sessions with Albert Hammond Jr.
Noel Gallagher 'ends texts to Russell Brand with 'Parklife' jibe'
Jennifer Lawrence set to enter UK singles chart with 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part...
AC/DC reveal guitarist Malcolm Young already showed 'symptoms of dementia' in 2008
Billy Corgan sells 'Fuck You Anderson Cooper' T-shirts in retaliation to CNN snub
Wu-Tang Clan stream new album 'A Better Tomorrow' in full – listen
RZA suggests Wu-Tang Clan's one-off album could be exhibited at Art Basel in Florida
Formula 1 star Lewis Hamilton reveals he is working on new music
Jamie T postpones further European dates due to 'continued illness'
Sky Ferreira unveils new song 'Guardian' – listen
James Blake remixes Gorillaz' 'Feel Good Inc' – listen
Bombay Bicycle Club: U2's album giveaway 'just shows how disconnected they are from...
Jamie T reveals Courtney Barnett influence on latest album 'Carry On The Grudge'
Ed Sheeran adds third date to Wembley Stadium run
Black Friday: Get an annual subscription to NME for half the price
Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom declares himself 'broke' as legal costs mount up
Tribute gig for Jack White bandmate Ikey Owens to be held in Texas
The Smiths' drummer Mike Joyce to act in BBC Radio 4 play
The Libertines release short Roger Sargent-directed 'visual history' film online – watch
Take That reject Spotify by partnering with Google
U2 and Bono named 'least influential figures of 2014' by GQ
The National pay tribute to London's Buffalo Bar during final 'Trouble Will Find...

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM