Oasis triumph at huge Cardiff gig

'Noise And Confusion 05' caps a great year

Oasis triumphed at the ‘Noise And Confusion 05’ extravagaza at Cardiff Millennium Stadium yesterday (December 10).

The rock giants headlined the mammoth gig backed by a stellar support cast including Foo Fighters, Razorlight and Noel Gallagher‘s favourite band The Coral.

But there was no doubt who the majority of the sold-out crowd were there to see – and Oasis didn’t disappoint. Playing the same set (bar ‘The Masterplan’ ) they ran through at the summer festivals, they thrilled the devoted crowd with a mix of songs from current album and a host of old classics.

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Liam Gallagher was in unusually quiet mood, but was seen to be regularly asking the fans in the front rows if they were OK.

The set was:

‘Fuckin’ In The Bushes’ (Intro)

‘Turn Up The Sun’

‘Lyla’

‘Bring It On Down’

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‘Morning Glory’

‘Cigarettes And Alcohol’

‘The Importance of Being Idle’

‘The Masterplan’

‘Songbird’

‘A Bell Will Ring’

‘Acquiesce’

‘Live Forever’

‘Mucky Fingers’

‘Wonderwall’

‘Champagne Supernova’

‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’

‘Guess God Thinks I’m Abel’

‘The Meaning Of Soul’

‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’

‘My Generation’

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