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    O/T Noel and Liam

    who keeps falling for this "staged" animosity between them and who keeps buying their dreary (Noel) and cliched ( Liam) songs?
    Last edited by CAMiller; 18-06-2019 at 04:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_idiotb_stardson View Post
    who keeps falling for this "staged" animosity between them and who keeps buying their dreary (Noel) and cliched ( Liam) songs?
    Kevin and Perry are big fans

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_idiotb_stardson View Post
    who keeps falling for this "staged" animosity between them and who keeps buying their dreary (Noel) and cliched ( Liam) songs?
    Not I. Be prepared for the biggest get together concert ever. There will be a meltdown for tickets as I believe this is all stage managed. Millions upon millions will be made for all concerned in this con of a reunion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brin View Post
    Not I. Be prepared for the biggest get together concert ever. There will be a meltdown for tickets as I believe this is all stage managed. Millions upon millions will be made for all concerned in this con of a reunion.
    Sounds like pay to view boxing.

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    Big fan of Oasis but in my opinion I don't see them reforming in any shape or form .

    Noel doesn't need the unpredictability of Liam and he's seems to be doing alright with his group The High Flying Birds .

    Listened to Liam getting interviewed the other morning by Chris Evans , he most certainly doesn't want to be under Noel's control and he's enjoying the freedom to paddle his own canoe .

    Both have more money than they could ever spend and the divides are real just as they were with The Beatles .

    Oasis is over in my opinion .

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    The oasis has dried up

    Interesting that they attract comparison to the Beatles and which of the two leaders were the most talented.

    Everybody bangs on about Lennon better than McCartney and vice versa, but in truth neither was overly brilliant individually (Lennon was hyped that way) both produced some right tripe as individuals, McCartney in particular.

    The same with the Gallagher brothers, collectively they produced some iconic songs but separately they’re rubbish.

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    Songs sound the same. Think their both arrogant pricks and up them selfs .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    The oasis has dried up

    Interesting that they attract comparison to the Beatles and which of the two leaders were the most talented.

    Everybody bangs on about Lennon better than McCartney and vice versa, but in truth neither was overly brilliant individually (Lennon was hyped that way) both produced some right tripe as individuals, McCartney in particular.

    The same with the Gallagher brothers, collectively they produced some iconic songs but separately they’re rubbish.
    Don't let a certain moderator hear you calling The Frog Chorus tripe

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    Quote Originally Posted by PokerMillersSwinton View Post
    Songs sound the same. Think their both arrogant pricks and up them selfs .
    Wonderwall sounds like Cigarettes and Alcohol or Rock n Roll Star and Don't Look Back In Anger , hmm , don't think so .

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    First album cigarettes and alcohol was decent but the rest is Pap.

    Chart indie drivel. Awful .
    High flying birds first album was also decent.

    There's a theme here

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    Quote Originally Posted by flourbasher View Post
    First album cigarettes and alcohol was decent but the rest is Pap.

    Chart indie drivel. Awful .
    High flying birds first album was also decent.

    There's a theme here
    But record sales don't lie , especially in the 90 s and the first decade of the millennium when people still went out and bought their music .

    I don't particularly care for Take That , not my thing but the popularity and record sales tend to suggest they are pretty talented .

    All about personal taste .

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    IBS raises this thing about the Gallagher brothers every few months. I don't think he liked Oasis. I was and still am a big fan. I can see why people disliked them or think they were overrated. But as a band Oasis made at least two classic albums and the journey from Definitely Maybe to Dig Out Your Soul was a truly awesome ride. Sandwiched between the albums were a wealth of incredible B-sides, the likes of Talk Tonight, Half The World Away, The Masterplan, Aquiesce.. songs that everyone knows, which could easily have made another classic album.

    Since Oasis, Noel has expanded his sound from simple acoustic singalongs to a fresh and energetic psychedelic rock.
    I was not a fan of Beady Eye but Liam's solo stuff is not bad. His voice is knackered now though.

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    Most people don't seek out new music though and are just content to listen to what they,RE given .
    Pulp Fiction, pulp music.
    There ,s so much infinitely better stuff out there than what's been served up by those two......just need to go out and find it.
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    Old men in not liking popular music shocker.

    Bring back the 70s and the bee gees and racist sit coms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scum-Triumphant View Post
    Old men in not liking popular music shocker.

    Bring back the 70s and the bee gees and racist sit coms.
    You should come over and see my music collection.

    BTW, what's that song they play as we kick off a match?

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    Their arguments are more entertaining than their music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scum-Triumphant View Post
    Old men in not liking popular music shocker.

    Bring back the 70s and the bee gees and racist sit coms.
    Oasis are pretty ancient now, their peak was 24 years ago, young people won't have a clue who they are.

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    Some bands and songs I have been listening to over the last 10 years that most people would probably never heard of.

    Starting with - The Little Flames - Isobella

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLadonOS View Post
    Some bands and songs I have been listening to over the last 10 years that most people would probably never heard of.

    Starting with - The Little Flames - Isobella

    Interesting one, that opening guitar seems familiar but I can't place it. Hints of Blondie in the song itself

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    The Black Angels


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