Yoko Ono: 'I hope Oasis make more albums'

Ono also hints that she will collaborate with the Flaming Lips

Yoko Ono: 'I hope Oasis make more albums'

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Yoko Ono has given her opinion on Oasis' split - saying she hopes the band can reunite and make new music together again in the future.

Answering the latest of her weekly online question and answer sessions with fans on Imaginepeace.com, Ono stated that she was a fan of the band.

"I love Oasis," she said. "We need the power of goodness like them. The goodness is shining from their music. I hope they will make more albums."

Elsewhere, Ono also admitted she wants to collaborate with The Flaming Lips, who reworked her song 'Cambridge 1969' on 2007 covers album 'Yes, I'm A Witch'.

Asked if she liked the band and would consider working with The Flaming Lips again, Ono replied: "I love their music. Something can happen in the future…"

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