Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Oasis played their first date of a three-night stand at London's Wembley Stadium last night (July 9), with support from Kasabian, The Enemy and Reverend And The Makers. Keep clicking for loads more exclusive shots from the shows. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Oasis hit Wembley Stadium last night (July 9), following in the footsteps of fellow Mancunians Take That, who brought their 'Circus' show to the famous venue last weekend. The Oasis gigs continue this weekend (Saturday 11 and Sunday 12). Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Kicking off their set with ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’, theband  went on to play four other tracks from their 1994 debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ – ‘Cigarettes And Alcohol’, ‘Slide Away’, ‘Supersonic’ and ‘Live Forever’. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

During their gig last night (July 9), Oasis again suffered a loss of sound (as happened in Manchester in June) as they performed ‘Wonderwall’, although with the crowd in full voice they managed to finish off the song for the band. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Reverend And The Makers provided support along with Kasabian and The Enemy at Oasis' Wembley Stadium show last night (July 9th). Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Despite Blur returning to triumphant form at Glastonbury and their London Hyde Park shows recently, music industry stats this week (July 8) still declared Oasis as having won the long-term Britpop battle on listening figures. Head to the NME Office Blog at nme.com/blogs to let us know whose side you're on. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Kasabian played several songs from chart-topping new album 'West Ryder Pauper Lunatic Asylum', including recent single 'Fire' and album opener 'Underdog'. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Fortunately all the bands managed to play uniterrupted sets last night, despite Oasis having a problem during 'Wonderwall'. The group were forced to abandon the stage twice at their huge 'homecoming' headline show at Manchester’s Heaton Park (June 4) due to technical difficulties. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Oasis offered to give full refunds to fans at the Manchester gig on June 4 after a generator failed, but when the band suffered a sound problem at Wembley last night Noel was quick to point out there would be no similar offers. "Last time this happened it cost us half a million quid," he told the crowd. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

The Enemy warm crowds up at Wembley ahead of Oasis. The band had to pull out of the Heaton Park show on June 4th due to singer Tom Clarke contracting food poisioning. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Kasabian provide support for Oasis at Wembley Stadium last night (July 9). The band have recently announced details of a headline tour of their own, beginning on November 10 in Newcastle. Head to nme.com/gigs for more details. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Support band Kasabian say "hello Wembley" at the first Oasis show. For more on the band including video interviews, MP3s and the latest news head to nme.com/artists/kasabian. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

80,000 Oasis fans fill Wembley Stadium on the first night of their three-night stand. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

The Gallaghers had a pop at bandmate Andy Bell’s sunglasses during the gig, suggesting he “looks like he’s just come from the Jackson memorial”. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Midway through the set Oasis slowed the pace down with the likes of ‘Songbird’, which Liam Gallagher dedicated to his wife Nicole Appleton, and their seminal anthem ‘Wonderwall’. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Liam Gallagher dedicate ‘Live Forever’ to The Verve’s Richard Ashcroft, who was watching at their first night at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

The crowd were treated to 22 anthemic tracks from the much loved Manchester band as they played the first of three nights at Wembley Stadium. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Oasis played four tracks from their recent 2008 release ‘Dig Out Your Soul’ at Wembley Stadium: ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’, ‘Waiting For The Rapture’, ‘To Be Where There’s Life’, and ‘I’m Outta Time’. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Noel Gallagher recently said that he had spent £1 million on drugs before quitting in 1998, and went on to lambast the likes of Chris Martin “who says he has never taken drugs in his life, and I think he is an idiot”. Photo: Andy Whitton

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Oasis Live At Wembley Stadium (July 9)

Oasis triumph at Wembley Stadium (July 9) with a hit-packed set that ended on their customary cover of The Beatles' 'I Am The Walrus'. The band are set to release their back catalogue on vinyl for a special box set next week. Sleevenotes are supplied by NME writer and Oasis fanatic Hamish MacBain. Photo: Andy Whitton

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