Don't Go Away is a song by Oasis and is taken from their third album, Be Here Now, written by the band's lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. The song was released as a single in Japan on May 13th 1998, peaking at number 48 on the Oricon char... more info
Champagne Supernova is a song Oasis, written by Noel Gallagher. The seven-minute anthem is the closing track on the record-breaking album (What's the Story) Morning Glory?.
It was released on May 13th 1996 as a single in Australia, a m... more info
Rock star Liam Gallagher has told how he got rid of a troublesome tramp who had been pestering his Hampstead neighbours.
The Beady Eye singer said the homeless man had become a nuisance by persistently ringing on doorbells and going thr... more info
Liam Gallagher, Liam Howlett, Theo Hutchcraft, Carl Barat & Gordon Smart leaving the Little House Private Members Club in Mayfair, early this morning.
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Liam Gallagher has admitted fans would have to be on psychedelic drugs to wear his favourite leopard-print loafers.
The Beady Eye frontman got lots of local attention when he slipped them on to shoot the video for new single Flick Of Th... more info
Listen to Beady Eye's new single 'Second Bite Of The Apple' on the Zane Lowe show on Radio 1.
It's the 'Hottest Record In The World' listen in from from 7pm tonight (UK Time) listen to the show here.
Aussie duo Jagwar Ma have responded to Noel Gallagher's claim that he's too busy talking about them and London psych rockers Temples to reform Oasis.
Speaking to NME previously after his Teenage Cancer Trust show last month, in which he... more info
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To celebrate the launch of their brand new album, Beady Eye will be playing three very special intimate shows!
19th June 2013 - Manchester Ritz
20th June 2013 - Camd... more info
'The Hindu Times' is a song by English rock group Oasis, and was the first single to be released from their fifth album Heathen Chemistry on 15 April 2002. It was written by Noel Gallagher. Noel got the name "The Hindu Times" from a t-s... more info