Album Review: Oasis - 'Time Flies...1994-2009 (Big Brother)

Oasis - 'Time Flies...1994-2009 (Big Brother)

He’s a coy man, Noel Gallagher . The running order of this collection of his former band’s singles is supposed to equate to the perfect Oasis gig. But it never could. Aside from the fact there’s over 130 minutes of music here (bit of a...

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Oasis

Oasis

Continuing Liam’s compulsion to remind us we’re listening to a ‘song’ (“Here’s a song...” he begins), the closest thing you’ll get to an Oasis ballad this year floats along on psychedelic Beatles waves, with sliding guitars,...

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Oasis

Oasis

One wonders what the young, hungry and infinitely profane Noel Gallagher – the yob-poet gob o’the North with a ring of coke crust around his nostrils and a sheaf of era-defining songs stuffed into his back pocket – would have made of his...

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Oasis

Oasis

Am I OK? Not really, it’s a bit creepy, to be honest,” says Noel Gallagher, down the phone to Russell Brand’s radio show all the way back home in England. “I’m in Calgary, which is officially the middle of nowhere. It’s a bit like that...

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Oasis

Oasis

So we’ve had the first couple of genius interviews, the UK dates have been announced, the first single’s all over the radio… Lord, ain’t it just great to have Oasis back? And the best thing is ‘The Shock Of The Lightning’ – if you...

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Oasis

Oasis

Bonehead, Guigs, and Tony Mac… Late at night, do you think the former band members still dream of blacked-out limos, screaming fans and football pitches marked out in pharmaceuticals? If so, this opiated blues surely must provide the soundtrack...

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Oasis: Stop The Clocks

Oasis: Stop The Clocks

You all know what these songs sound like. Like tea and soggy biscuits, snaking dole queues, recreational drug abuse and rainy, wasted days, these are songs – not only born from all of the above – but microcosms of modern life: songs woven into...

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Oasis   :   100 Club, London

Oasis : 100 Club, London

There it is, the new sound of young Scotland, wiggling its corduroy-wrapped hips, pursing its lips and clapping enthusiastically into the mic in a basement club in Oxford Street, London, March ’74... Ooops! Sorry, but that Andrew Shields of...

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Oasis  : City of Manchester Stadium, Sunday July 3

Oasis : City of Manchester Stadium, Sunday July 3

Times have changed since Oasis last played the home of Manchester City FC. Most visible are the changes to the grounds themselves. Back in 1996, the city’s favourite team were still kicking off at the cauldron that was Maine Road rather than the...

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Oasis  : Don't Believe The Truth

Oasis : Don't Believe The Truth

“Our best album since …Morning Glory!” says Noel. “Miles better than 'Definitely Maybe'!” reckons Liam. “We’re still the best band in the world!” counters Noel. Yes, rampant and unchecked self-belief is, thankfully, something...

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