Thursday, 30 December 2010

Liam: New band better than Oasis

Noel's guitar playing had been apparently dig by his brother Liam.Liam have given the statement that his new music band group is much better than Oasis.

Liam who had created a new band named Beady Eye of same line up excluding brother Noel's and since then they both are split.It has been a great jab by Liam at his sibling.

In his first major interview to promote his new act, Liam told NME: "The musicians are better, without a doubt."

Friday, 24 December 2010

Oasis famous album ‘Best Album Of Past 25 Years’

Radiohead's hist album was released in 1997 'OK Computer' has been named 'the best album of the past 25 years' by a poll condutced by Q Magazine, when Nirvana's extol second album 'Nevermind', while Oasis‘ first two LP’s ‘Definitely Maybe‘ and ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?‘ were third and fourth respectively.

By referee of Q the Radiohead other three album were voted into the top 20 with ‘The Bends‘ at eight, ‘Kid A‘ placing at 18 and ‘In Rainbows‘ entering at 23.

Oasis, Radiohead, U2 and Muse they have biggest famous recorders,which of the album list at least 250.

Annotate on ‘OK Computer‘, Paul Rees, Q’s editor-in-chief, said: “In the 13 years since its release, OK Computer’s appeal to Q and its readers has grown exponentially. We originally hailed it as a masterpiece and, a rarity this, that isn’t an opinion that we’ve even considered modifying ever since. As this readers’ poll testifies, our readers see it as the benchmark against which all other album are and continue to judged against in Q’s lifetime.”

Friday, 10 December 2010

Beady Eye will not play Oasis tracks on tour

Liam Gallagher confirms that Beady Eye new band is totally different for the old band Oasis.

On their next tour with Andy Bell (formerly of Oasis)Chris Sharrock (formerly of Oasis) and Gem Archer (formerly of, erm, Oasis) it will be strictly new songs only.

Guitarist Gem told Q magazine: "There will be no Oasis songs either, if you were going to ask."

The six-date tour begins on March 3 in Glasgow, before London and Manchester. Glad they cleared that up.

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Latest Pretty Green clothing range Launches by Oasis star Liam Gallagher

To unveil the new spring/summer collection of his menswear clothing range,Oasis band star,Liam appeared at Selfridges in the Bullring Centre Wednesday evening

In June last year Pretty Green was launched by Liam, and has since been a surprise success.

The brand,which was designed and introduced by Liam wons the won the Menswear Brand of the Year award at the Draper Fashion Awards earlier this month.

Liam has been pretty busy lately.

Gallagher has recently released Bring The Light, the first single with new band Beady Eye, and this week announced that the band will be touring the UK next year.

Saturday, 20 November 2010

Former Oasis drummer tells all

Tony McCarroll,former Oasis drummer wrote a book called Oasis: The Truth which is based on his time in the band

In his book he exposed more about split from the band in 1995 resulted in a legal battle over payment and he unveil more about that and the band's rise to fame.

In his book he also enlightened his troubled relationship with Noel Gallagher.

"The reason I wrote the book in the first place was because of 'Noel Gallagher-isms,'" he told 6 Music. "You know, his one-liners.

"I felt it was about time that I stuck up for myself. There was a bit of bad press out there and I thought, 'right, I'm going to put my side of the story across.'"

The memoirs aren't likely to build any bridges between McCarroll and the Gallaghers - but he says he never expected that.

"I'd be absolutely shocked if there was any kind of reconciliation," he said. "It's the way Noel is. Once you've crossed him, it's hard to go back."

6 Music's Elizabeth Alker spoke to Tony to find out more.

Thursday, 11 November 2010

Alan McGee Thinks Positive On The Reunion Of Band

Alan McGee, ex-oasis manager thinks that the band will get reunite in the future.

Brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher, members of the band have fallen out and are about to release there own solo efforts but McGee is sure that they all will put there problems behind them one day

'I think they will make up. It might be a few years but they will. I'm pretty sure. I mean, they're brothers.' McGee said to UK newspaper Record

He added that "he has been impressed with Noel's new solo material"

He added: 'Noel sent me his CD and songwriting-wise, it's Noel back to his peak. There were a bunch of songs and three of them are up there with the best songs the guys have ever written.'

Monday, 1 November 2010

Oasis frontman denies assaulting fan

Liam Gallagher, Oasis frontman has been released after begging not guilty to onslaught a fan in Australia.

The 25 year old Singer was charged for attacking badly on a Fan, he was charged with invasion occasioning bodily harm after allegedly head-butting a British fan and breaking his nose in Brisbane.

It happened when the as the tourist was taking the photograph outside the hotel where they were staying as the part of their Australian tour.

A spokesman for Brisbane Magistrates Court said:"Liam Gallagher pleaded not guilty and was remanded on bail to appear before the court again on June 9.

"He was granted bail with the condition that he provide a 10,000 Australian Dollar (£3,906) surety, which he did.

"He signed his bail and then left. He did not speak during the hearing, which was quite short. His lawyer did all the talking."

The 25 year Old was treated strictly and released when he paid all the charges to the government and apologizes to the fan for there rude attitude

Oasis frontman denies assaulting fan

Wednesday, 1 September 2010

Oasis star Gallagher is Drums For Weller

OASIS star NOEL GALLAGHER is back in the studio as pal PAUL WELLER's drummer. The rocker has swapped for sessions with Weller and the former Style Council star is more than a little impressed with his new percussionist.

Weller said in radio, "He's a nice drummer, I haven't chartered him, he came free. He always keeps it fat and funky, you know, that's how we like it. He's a good all rounder; people don't realise what a good musician he is. He can plays keys, bass, all sorts actually, harmonica, electric kettle, all sorts."

But he insists that you do working with the older Gallagher brother doesn't mean he has less love for singer Liam

Weller adds, "I'd definitely be up for collaborating with Liam and with Noel. I love them both becouse they're both extremely talented in their own ways."

Saturday, 3 July 2010

In World Cup for Oasis Argentina’s Messi to Crush Germany

The world’s best soccer player, Argentinean Lionel Messi, is also a committed for Oasis fan. The diminutive striker says he will defeat Germany for Oasis and the Gallagher brothers when Argentina play Germany in the World Cup quarterfinal.
Argentina teammate Carlos Tevez, who plays his club soccer in Oasis’ hometown of Manchester, U.K., turned Messi on to the Gallaghers. “Ever since he has been playing in Manchester, Carlos has told me how great Oasis was. I kept promising I would listen to them, but I never got ’round to it. On the plane on the way to the World Cup, Carlos made me listen to their first two albums.
“I have to say I wasn’t expecting much, but it is some of the best material I have ever heard. They are absolutely amazing.”
Germany eliminated England from the tournament with a controversial 4-1 victory last weekend.
Messi told The Sun, “If they love England as much as they do Manchester City, you can tell them from me I will do everything I can to defeat the team who knocked their beloved England out of the Cup.”
Germany play Argentina on Saturday. The winner will move on to next week’s semifinal ahead of the 2010 World Cup Final on July 11.

Thursday, 17 June 2010

Oasis: Oasis Petroleum Advances After Second-Biggest U.S. IPO of 2010

Oasis Petroleum Inc. advanced in its first day of trading after raising $588 million selling shares at the midpoint of its forecast price range in the second biggest U.S. initial public offering this year.
The Houston based drilling and exploration company with oilfields in North Dakota and Montana climbed 6 % to $14.84 at 2:29 p.m. in New York Stock Exchange trading. Oasis Petroleum sold 42 million shares at $14 each, according to a statement yesterday.
The sale came after CBOE Holdings Inc. and BroadSoft Inc. priced offerings within their forecast range this week and the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index erased its loss for the year. At least 34 companies worldwide had postponed or withdrawn IPOs since the beginning of May as concern the European debt crisis would curb the global economic recovery sent the S&P 500 down as much as 14 % from its 2010 high.
“The market’s been at least stable, even had a pretty decent move up from its lows,” said Scott Billeadeau, who helps oversee $19 billion at Fifth Third Asset Management in Minneapolis and bought shares of CBOE. “And Oasis was unique. It’s oil exposed and has a seasoned management team.”
Morgan Stanley of New York and Zurich based UBS AG managed Oasis Petroleum’s sale, which was the biggest U.S. deal of 2010 after Sensata Technologies Holding NV’s $654 million offering in March, data compiled by Bloomberg show. The company is backed by EnCap Investments LP, a Houston based private equity firm.
‘Unconventional’ Deposits
Oasis Petroleum focuses on developing and extracting “unconventional” oil and natural gas deposits, according to its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. It owns rights to 292,000 acres of land in North Dakota and Montana, 85% of which has not been developed, the filing showed.
The company plans to spend $220 million on drilling and supporting activities in 2010, more than double the $89 million in 2009. Oasis Petroleum said it will use proceeds from the offering to fund its exploration program and repay debt.
The IPO came eight weeks after a rig leased by London based BP Plc exploded in the Gulf of Mexico, triggering the worst oil spill in U.S. history. President Barack Obama on May 27 extended a moratorium on deepwater offshore drilling permits and said yesterday that BP will put $20 billion into a compensation fund.
“What’s happening in the Gulf and the moratorium on offshore drilling, there’s going to be overhang with the deep sea drilling,” said Darren Fabric, managing director at Chicago based IPOX Capital Management LLC.
Relative Value
The IPO valued Oasis Petroleum at 2.19 times net tangible book value, a measure of shareholder equity that excludes assets that can’t be sold in liquidation. That’s 53% higher than the median ratio of 1.43 for 61 oil refining and marketing companies worldwide, data compiled by Bloomberg show.
While Oasis sold shares within its forecast range, Higher One Holdings Inc. cut the size of its IPO by 55 percent yesterday. Motricity Inc. reduced its deal by 40% today, a filing with the SEC showed. The Bellevue, Washington based company will now offer 5.9 million shares at $10 to $11 each.
“Capital markets are very tentative right now,” said Christopher Turner, head of capital markets at New York based private equity firm Warburg Pincus LLC, which oversees about $30 billion. “Windows are opening and shutting pretty rapidly based on idiosyncratic events and macroeconomic trends.”
Higher One, which processes financial aid payments and provides banking services to college students, raised $108 million yesterday after seeking $242.3 million, data compiled by Bloomberg and an SEC filing showed. The New Haven, Connecticut based company’s sale was managed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
The shares advanced 19% to $14.34 on the NYSE today.
Yale Students
Founded in 2000 by three students at Yale University, Higher One serves more than 650 campuses and about 4.6 million students. The company plans on using the proceeds from the sale to repay debt and fund general corporate expenses, develop new products and for possible acquisitions, its SEC filing showed.
About 88% of Higher One’s revenue in 2009 came from interchange fees, ATM fees, non-sufficient fund fees and other banking fees, according to the filing. The U.S. Senate passed a bill in May that would limit fees generated by debit cards.
“Investors were probably concerned with the pending changes in banking regulation that relates to debit card fees,” said Michael Gaiden, a Chicago based securities analyst at Morningstar Inc. “It’s easy to spook investors in an otherwise new story where there are a lot of unknowns, particularly with market conditions overall being tepid.”
CBOE, the last major U.S. securities exchange owned by its members, surged 12 percent on June 15 after the Chicagobased company completed its transformation into a public company with a $339 million IPO. Gaithersburg, Maryland based BroadSoft fell 7.8 percent yesterday after selling $67.5 million of shares.
Goldman Sachs led CBOE’s sale, while Goldman and Jefferies Group Inc. of New York managed BroadSoft’s IPO.

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

Oasis Middle students: Create cool hangout

At Oasis Middle School a group of 13 math students dedicated their newly renovated courtyard on Monday.
School's students were bored with the plain, grassy courtyard and took on the task of sprucing it up.
The group of students designed a scale drawing, researched native plants, created a budget and designed a 3-D model to scale on Google SketchUp.
The students came in on a current Saturday to bring their project to life.
“I just hope it would become a popular place to hang out before and after school,” said Justus Pierce, 13. “It actually turned out better than I thought it would.”

Thursday, 1 April 2010

Former 'OASIS' Singer Liam Gallagher not happy.

Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has revealed some of his pet hates about the current British music scene.

Liam Gallagher is an angry man. On the final Oasis tour before the band imploded the singer stood before an entire crowd and insisted they stop clapping so loudly. Apparently he found it distracting.

Since the Manchester giants split last year Liam Gallagher has not shied away from the limelight. Launching his new label Pretty Green the singer has also been telling anyone who will listen his thoughts on British music.

Apparently, it's in a bad way...

Recently Liam Gallagher launched into a rant against Bloc Party labelling the band "students" amongst other insults. Now the one time Oasis icon has unleashed vitriol against a few other targets.

Monday, 1 March 2010

Oasis - Wonderwall HQ (Happy 2010!!! Stay Madferit)

Oasis - Wonderwall HQ (Happy 2010!!! Stay Madferit)

Monday, 1 February 2010

Noel Gallagher announces first post-Oasis solo gigs

Noel Gallagher is set to play his first post-Oasis gigs in March, for the Teenage Cancer Trust.The guitarist will join Arctic Monkeys, Them Crooked Vultures, a reformed Suede, The Who, Depeche Mode and JLS on the line-ups for the charity gigs. They will take place at the London Royal Albert Hall from February 17.

Gallagher will play two gigs at the venue, on March 25 and 26. The Who's Roger Daltrey, whose band play their gig for the series on March 30, told NME that the shows would be the guitarist's only live dates of 2010. For the rest of the line-up dates see below.It was announced last month that Suede would be reforming for their Teenage Cancer Trust show – without original guitarist Bernard Butler.In addition to the gigs, a comedy night will take place at the venue as part of the series on March 23.

The Mighty Boosh's Noel Fielding, Jimmy Carr and Rhod Gilbert will appear.Tickets for all the shows go on sale at 9am (GMT) on Friday (February 5). See for more information.

The Teenage Cancer Trust gigs line-up at the London Royal Albert Hall is:

Depeche Mode (February 17)

Them Crooked Vultures (March 22)

Jimmy Carr, Noel Fielding and Rhod Gilbert (23)

Suede (24)

Noel Gallagher (25, 26)

Arctic Monkeys (27)

JLS (28)

The Who (30