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(That Eric Alper)   47 of the best Noel Gallagher quotes...and one 'fookin' amazing' video interview for his 47th birthday today   (thatericalper.com) divider line 23
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2014-05-29 02:04:05 PM  
Those are a terrible selection of quotes.
Why not some of his classics like "Why do we park on a driveway and drive on a parkway" or "Walk like a man, talk like a man, sings it like a woman!" or the whole Sledge-o-matic routine?
 
2014-05-29 03:24:43 PM  
"Just play One already. No one here gives a s__t about Africa."

-Liam Gallager during a dual Oasis/U2 gig, interrupting one of Bono's pre-song monologues.
 
2014-05-29 03:30:32 PM  
Liam list
 
2014-05-29 03:36:35 PM  
For the umpteenth time, no one gives a fuq about this guy or that band that no one here ever gave a fuq about.

It's not Britain, it's FARK.
 
2014-05-29 03:38:43 PM  
Noel, noel, noel, noel, no-o-el.
Born is the ki-ing of SHUT THE fark UP.
 
2014-05-29 03:39:56 PM  
How many are deranged rants about how 0blowme gave him cancer with chemtrails from HAARP?
 
2014-05-29 03:42:11 PM  

ScaryBottles: How many are deranged rants about how 0blowme gave him cancer with chemtrails from HAARP?

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I missed the whole Noel part of the headline.
 
2014-05-29 03:42:55 PM  
I've never owned an Oasis record or know any of their songs other than the two or three "hits", but I've always thought that this guy is pretty funny. Especially anything he has to say about his brother.
 
2014-05-29 03:47:45 PM  

biscuitsngravy: I've never owned an Oasis record or know any of their songs other than the two or three "hits", but I've always thought that this guy is pretty funny. Especially anything he has to say about his brother.


Yeah, "Oasis" is a terrible band, but Noel is pretty funny.
 
2014-05-29 03:50:17 PM  
When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.
 
2014-05-29 03:53:19 PM  
 
2014-05-29 04:03:38 PM  
i did like that he said that jack white looks like "zorro on doughnuts."

my fave gallagher quote is when he referred to mick jagger as a "sweaty mushroom" and threatened to "slit his throat with me credit card."

i'm not a fan of the music, but he does give brilliant interviews
 
2014-05-29 04:04:00 PM  

commisioner: When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.


The world isn't only North America.
 
2014-05-29 04:06:56 PM  

biscuitsngravy: I've never owned an Oasis record or know any of their songs other than the two or three "hits", but I've always thought that this guy is pretty funny. Especially anything he has to say about his brother.


this is my favourite from that article:

"I read these interviews with him and I don't know who the guy is who's in these interviews, he seems really cool, because the guy I've been in a band with for the last 18 years is a farking knobhead."
 
2014-05-29 04:15:08 PM  

MagSeven: commisioner: When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.

The world isn't only North America.


Pretty major part of it though. Bands like U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers were big worldwide.
 
2014-05-29 04:37:08 PM  
My personal fave Noel Gallagher quote is about James Blunt:

Between albums Gallagher reportedly insisted he was selling his house in Ibiza after finding out Blunt had moved there. The story isn't exactly true, but Gallagher knows it sounds good.

"I'm sure he's just saying he lives in Ibiza for effect, I've had a house there for 10 years and I didn't see him once," Gallagher says.

"I heard he's got a nightclub in his house, which is strange, because he doesn't look like he could take a stiff cocktail. But I must say it did make me quite uncomfortable knowing I was there and he was up the road somewhere being sh--t."
 
2014-05-29 05:37:30 PM  

loki see loki do: For the umpteenth time, no one gives a fuq about this guy or that band that no one here ever gave a fuq about.

It's not Britain, it's FARK.


If you're saying it for the umpteenth time, doesn't that rather suggest that someone does actually 'give a fuq'?

'Stop liking what I don't like' would've been quicker for you to type.
 
2014-05-29 05:55:05 PM  

commisioner: MagSeven: commisioner: When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.

The world isn't only North America.

Pretty major part of it though. Bands like U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers were big worldwide.


True. You haven't really "made it" until you're big in the U.S., but the rest of the world is a gigantic market. The Ramones for instance could sell out stadiums in Brazil, but not so much in America. Lots of other bands I thought had disappeared are still going strong overseas.
 
2014-05-29 06:12:09 PM  

The Numbers: loki see loki do: For the umpteenth time, no one gives a fuq about this guy or that band that no one here ever gave a fuq about.

It's not Britain, it's FARK.

If you're saying it for the umpteenth time, doesn't that rather suggest that someone does actually 'give a fuq'?

'Stop liking what I don't like' would've been quicker for you to type.


Ah, ok. Sorry.
Ahem.
I believe oasis news, and news regarding former members of this not very memorable pop band, to be irrelevant to the majority of farlers, evidenced by the dearth of comments in this thread. Never mind not liking what I don't like, ambivalence is louder than words.
 
2014-05-29 06:12:10 PM  
28.media.tumblr.com

YA'LL WANNA SEE ME SMASH SOME FRUIT?
 
2014-05-29 07:11:29 PM  
These guys are from Ireland and who gives a shiat.
 
2014-05-29 10:23:09 PM  

commisioner: When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.


The thing about Oasis was at the time there were a ton of one-hit wonder bands that said they didn't want to be rock stars; they never were in it for the money or the fame or whatever....and Oasis stepped up to the line with about as much talent as they had and said "...but we do."  And for that I largely respected them for it.

As a guitar player I always respected him; sure he hauled ALOT from The Beatles but it was done at a time when it was needed.  If you listened to the radio you knew within goddamned seconds that it was Oasis.  They had hooks and not gimmicks.  They could write and play and actually acted like goddamned rock stars and didn't give a crap about whatever cause was being paid lip service.

"Morning Glory" is an awesome album....and I mean that in the fact that it really needs to be listened to from beginning to end, a concept that has nearly been forgotten.  It has it's peaks and valleys but at the end it evens out; it's not a smattering of hits and filler; you can play the first tens seconds of each song after a few listens and know it's them and know what song it is.  That almost never happens any more.
 
2014-05-30 12:51:28 AM  

Skarekrough: commisioner: When were Oasis the biggest band in the world? I thought they never really made it big in North America.

The thing about Oasis was at the time there were a ton of one-hit wonder bands that said they didn't want to be rock stars; they never were in it for the money or the fame or whatever....and Oasis stepped up to the line with about as much talent as they had and said "...but we do."  And for that I largely respected them for it.

As a guitar player I always respected him; sure he hauled ALOT from The Beatles but it was done at a time when it was needed.  If you listened to the radio you knew within goddamned seconds that it was Oasis.  They had hooks and not gimmicks.  They could write and play and actually acted like goddamned rock stars and didn't give a crap about whatever cause was being paid lip service.

"Morning Glory" is an awesome album....and I mean that in the fact that it really needs to be listened to from beginning to end, a concept that has nearly been forgotten.  It has it's peaks and valleys but at the end it evens out; it's not a smattering of hits and filler; you can play the first tens seconds of each song after a few listens and know it's them and know what song it is.  That almost never happens any more.


...and 22 straight top 10 UK hits. Their place in music history is secure.
 
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