Unsurprisingly, Oasis picked up an award at last nights Brits for the best album of the last 30 years with ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’.

Not meaning to take anything away from Oasis, but looking at the other albums on the shortlist you can’t help but wonder what planet the people who picked that list live on. Anyway, here’s a clip of Liam’s acceptance speech last night. Continue reading

Liam Gallagher has confirmed that his new band will feature the rest of Oasis apart from Noel Gallagher.

Although the band won’t be called Oasis, Liam told Italian radio station Deejay: “We’re doing things at the moment, everyone except Noel.”

He added: “We ended with an argument, but we’ve had bigger ones. I think he wanted out, something different, but he didn’t have the balls to tell anyone.”

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Just incase anyone still cares…. from NME.com

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Oasis have won the long-term Britpop battle with Blur, PRS For Music has claimed.

The organisation that collects royalties for songwriters, say their figures suggest despite Damon Albarn and co beating the Gallaghers to the UK Number One single spot in August 1995 – when ‘Country House’ outsold ‘Roll With It’ after they were released on the same day – it’s the northern band who have enjoyed the most exposure since.

Based on PRS’ research, Oasis have been listened to more than Blur over the last 14 years when both band’s total listens are compared head-to-head.

As a percentage of both groups’ combined total plays, the following songs have proved the most popular:

Oasis – ‘Wonderwall’, 68%
Oasis – ‘Roll With It’, 12%
Blur – ‘Country House’, 10%
Oasis – ‘Some Might Say’, 7%
Blur – ‘Beetlebum’, 3%

“With Blur performing some storming gigs and Oasis’ back on tour it’s like the heyday of Britpop once again,” explained Steve Porter, Chief Executive PRS For Music. “These new figures showing that despite Blur winning the original battle, Oasis wins long-term by number of plays. However with both bands still working and their music being widely played the battle continues.”

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