A review of Manchester big mouths’ new album—for fans only. The rest of you can carry on listening to !!! or The Cool Kids.
It appears Noel Gallagher‘s injuries from getting walleyed (I love that term) on stage a couple weeks ago are more serious than originally thought. Oasis has now cancelled European shows after Gallagher was diagnosed with broken ribs. According to the NME, the affected gigs are the Eden Project in Cornwall (September 27), Cologne’s Gloria Theatre … Continue reading Oasis Cancel Dates Over Broken Ribs
Oasis leader Noel Gallagher was clobbered on stage at this weekend’s V Festival. The attack happened about a minute into playing the the title track from their album What’s the Story Morning Glory. Noel’s spokesperson said in a statement that the guitarist fell “heavily” on his monitor speakers and was taken to hospital after the … Continue reading Noel Gallagher Attacked On Stage
Official streams of the new Oasis single: “Shock of the Lightning” (Windows, QT), from Dig Out Your Soul, due October 7 on Big Brother/Warner Brothers. Sounds a lot like something from 1997’s Be Here Now, which I guess is a mixed bag. What I liked about Don’t Believe the Truth (2005) was that the band … Continue reading Stream New Oasis – Shock of the Lightning
Jake has long bemoaned the fact that British singers all sound like pansies. [Specifically, English singers -ed.] It’s his main argument for abandoning a genre that once fueled his music collection and has led to hilarious arguments at countless bars with me and Loftus. But is the Old Man right? MuchMusic has a list of … Continue reading Ten "Fiercest" British Frontmen Revealed
Noel Gallagher once again proves he’s still the best interview in the business: “I don’t give a fuck about Radiohead and all that indie nonsense. I was brought up on the top 10. Slade, T.Rex, David Bowie. If you’re not in the charts, you don’t exist. BMX Bandits? Four people are listening to it in … Continue reading Noel Gallagher interview