Noel reckons Martin should quit his job and “become a therapist”.
“I don’t give a fuck if they think I’m an arsehole.”
And the only thing standing in the way is a certain potato.
Next step: Throwing actual potatoes.
What can you say in response to the sledge of the century?
“The guy I’ve been in a band with for the last 18 years is a fucking knobhead.”
He’s doubled his price from 10 to 20 million pounds despite the fact nobody has offered him the former.
The pair answer questions about who is funnier and who has better music taste.
“Why don’t you make the fucking bubbles disappear then?”
“Wrong, that’s wrong,” he said before being asked what he would do if Liam wanted to join his band.
Seems Noel has buried the Britpop hatchet while Liam still holds a flame.
Cohen’s interpretation of Mercury’s “extreme lifestyle” was apparently too extreme for Queen
Former rivals take on covers of Gorillaz, The Good, The Bad & The Queen & The Clash.
Warning: F-words ahead!
The former Oasis member locks in some Aussie headline shows.
Noel Gallagher is not a known giver of fucks. The former Oasis muso and notorious loose canon recently stopped by for a chinwag with the folks at Esquire and was in top form, firing off expletive-laden slag-pellets at all your favourite artists – from Radiohead to Royal Blood, from One Direction to Adele, from Foals
The team behind this year’s record-breaking Amy Winehouse documentary Amy have reportedly started work on a feature-length doco about Oasis. Director Asif Kapadia and producer James Gay-Rees will follow up their critically acclaimed work on Amy by teaming with director Mat Whitecross (Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll) to produce the new Oasis-based movie
Oasis’ Noel Gallagher has taken to the stage with U2 to perform the band’s hit single I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For and a cover of a Beatles classic. Footage of U2’s show at London’s O2 Arena on Monday night, 26th October (below), shows frontman Bono announcing to the crowd, “I’d like to
Britpop heroes Oasis are reportedly discussing reuniting for what would be a pretty darn lucrative 2016 reunion tour after the six-year break which has largely been the result of the band’s feuding brothers, Noel and Liam Gallagher. Daily Star Sunday reports the Gallagher brothers and their bandmates Andy Bell and Gem Archer are in “serious