Fall Out Boy looks to be taking cues from Oasis on their upcoming songs.
Steve Henderson on 01/14/08 - 10:49 AM
Oasis is making "quick, early progress" on their upcoming LP, and are aiming for an August 2008 release.
Steve Henderson on 11/14/07 - 07:40 AM
Yesterday, Oasis released Lord Don't Slow Me Down, a limited edition double DVD that is a feature length documentary, including a 90 minute live disc of the band's homecoming performance at the City of Manchester Stadium. We here at AP are giving away copies of the DVD to three lucky AP.net readers. E-mail your name and mailing address to contests@absolutepunk.net with the subject line OASIS DVD GIVEAWAY - you have until midnight tonight to enter. At that point, we'll pick three random entries to win the DVDs! You can check out the e-card for the DVD here and you can purchase the the single here.

Contest is over. Thanks for entering!
Paul Tao on 11/07/07 - 11:31 AM
Oasis will enter Abbey Road on November 5th to begin recording their new album.
Steve Henderson on 10/30/07 - 06:44 AM
Oasis' new single, "Lord Don't Slow Me Down" is for sale on iTunes.
Steve Henderson on 10/22/07 - 05:49 AM
Possibly following in Radiohead's footsteps, it is rumored that Oasis, Jamiroquai, and The Charlatans might be releasing their next albums for free digital download.
Steve Henderson on 10/09/07 - 07:04 AM
Oasis' documentary DVD, Lord Don't Slow Me Down, will be released in the US on November 4th.
Steve Henderson on 09/25/07 - 06:00 AM
Noel Gallagher has spoken to NME about Oasis' first digital-only single, which will be released on October 21st.
Steve Henderson on 09/25/07 - 05:58 AM
Head to the replies to read details of Oasis' upcoming tour documentary, Lord Don't Slow Me Down. The work will also be available in a double DVD limited edition set while supplies last. The DVD is slated for release on October 29th.
Steve Henderson on 09/13/07 - 08:23 AM
Watch the video in the replies for Devendra Banhart covering Oasis's "Don't Look Back In Anger." This song comes off of the "Guilt By Association" compilation to be released on September 4th. Make sure to check AP next Thursday for our ABSOLUTExclusive of the streaming of the Fall Out Boy cover on the album, "Sugar We're Going Down" done by Goat.
Paul Tao on 08/16/07 - 01:29 PM
Lord Don't Slow Me Down, the documentary chronicling Oasis' 2005 world tour, will be released on DVD October 29th internationally.
Steve Henderson on 08/13/07 - 09:40 AM
Oasis will begin work on their new album July 3rd. Noel Gallagher claims the record is going to be more experimental than past efforts, and even "colossal."
Steve Henderson on 06/18/07 - 07:12 AM
In a startling turn of events, Oasis's Noel Gallagher has jabbed at the efforts of Razorlight and Kaiser Chiefs on the upcoming Radio 2 Sgt Pepper tribute, saying of their performances, "I was embarrassed for them."
Steve Henderson on 06/15/07 - 08:57 AM
It appears as if Oasis is going to be releasing a "compilation" record on November 20th. However, Oasis denies that it is a greatest hits record.
Oasis Compilation"Oasis set to release new collection of songs, Stop The Clocks, on November 20.

Though the group deny it's a "greatest hits", the record will be drawn from all of the band's album and single releases, with Oasis picking the 18 tracks set to feature themselves .

Although the tracklisting for the double album is a closely guarded secret, it will feature the classic singles 'Supersonic', 'Wonderwall' and 'The Importance Of Being Idle'.

Also featured is 'Acquiesce', the b-side to 'Some Might Say' that many consider to...
Katie Schmitz on 07/25/06 - 04:18 PM
Noel Gallagher of Oasis recently stuck up for Arctic Monkeys following Morrissey's comments that success has come too fast for the band.
NME ArticleThe Oasis guitarist spoke just hours before the Monkeys opened for the band at the Toronto Air Canada Centre (March 20).

"It happens when it happens, man, and I would say thank God that it does happen," he said. "You'd be a bit of an idiot if you said, 'No, I'm too young for a record deal.'"

He also explained that Arctic Monkeys' success reminded him of Oasis' career, telling the local Toronto Sun newspaper: "We used to sit and read things about us and think, 'Are they talking about the same band?' Cause we've sold a few records but we've...
Rohan Kohli on 03/21/06 - 03:52 PM
What does Noel Gallagher, guitarist for Oasis, think of British indie bands, such as Bloc Party, Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs? Check below:

Noel Sounds Open Minded...Let's call it what it is - it's indie shit, is what it is. None of them are trying to make it big. They're all trying to make it small or medium - that's it. Don't get me wrong - I kinda like Franz Ferdinand and Kaiser Chiefs [but] Bloc Party are just appalling. None of them strike me as trying to be in the biggest band in the world or the best band in the world - it's just indie rubbish.

Source: HSB
Frank Giaramita on 11/10/05 - 09:31 PM
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