Oasis live in Liverpool

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OASIS FANS WITH PAINTED FACES GREET THEIR HEROES OASIS- LIAM GALLAGHER- LEAD VOCALS & TAMBOURINE- NOEL GALLAGHER- VOCALS & ELECTRIC GUITAR @ LIVERPOOL- ECHO ARENA- 7/10/08 Photograph by: LIVEPIX Please contact: LIVE 1A LARCHWOOD CLOSE, BANSTEAD, SM7 1HE, UK Telephone: 01737 373732 Fax: 01737 377 515 Mobile : 07958 961 625 e-mail: live@livepix.biz
A group of neon-painted fans in the crowd at Liverpool's Echo Arena for Oasis' first night of their UK tour on Tuesday (October 7). The Manchester band packed out the 10,600 capacity venue with tickets selling out for this date - and the whole tour - in less than an hour. Pic: LIVEPIX

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Noel Gallagher mid-song during his band's 22-song long set list â

3OASIS // Liverpool Echo Arena

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Noel Gallagher defying doctors' orders and performing at the Liverpool Echo Arena date on Tuesday (October 7) despite having broken ribs. The gig was two months to the date since Noel was pushed off the stage at Canada's V festival. He announced: 'It felt like I'd been sparring with Ricky Hatton. But the perpetrator's going to get the book thrown at him.' Pic: Danny North

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Manchester legends Oasis on stage during the first night of their UK tour at the Echo Arena in Liverpool on Tuesday (October 7). The band were introduced on stage by boxer Ricky Hatton who declared: 'They're the best band in the world, and I'm proud to say, friends. If anyone tries to push them over onstage tonight they're gonna have me to deal with!' Pic: Danny North

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Liam, Andy, Gem and new drummer Chris Sharrock at the Liverpool Echo Arena on Tuesday (October 7). Noel told MOJO magazine back in May: 'Liam's not happy about Chris Sharrock, because he [was] Robbie Williams' drummer. I went home and thought about it and it was just too much of a temptation to piss Robbie Williams and Liam off in one phone call.' Pic: Danny North

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Liam Gallagher showing his trademark 'bring it on' gesture to the sell-out crowd at Liverpool's Echo Arena on Tuesday (October 7). The band closed the show with a return to their 90's cover of The Beatles' 'I Am The Walrus' before which Liam said: 'You lot should all know the words to this one!' Pic: Danny North

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Liam Gallagher on stage at the Echo Arena, Liverpool on Tuesday (October 7). The band played a 19-song main set, opening with 'Definitely Maybe''s Rock and Roll Star and closing with 'Morning Glory''s 'Don't Look Back In Anger'. They then came back on stage for a three song encore consisting of new track 'Falling Down', 'Champagne Supernova' and The Beatles' cover 'I Am The Walrus'. Pic: Danny North
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