Friday, 17 October 2008

Oasis are back!

In the papers today was an article/review of sort on Oasis' seventh studio album, "Dig Out Your Soul" written by Alan McGee. Oasis fans would remember him as the now defunct Creation Records head honcho who discovered and signed on Oasis at King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, Scotland. The rest as they say is history, Oasis went on to become the biggest, most popular and influential band in Britain and even till today they are regarded as the nation's working class heroes.

In the article, McGee sang nothing but high praises on Oasis and their latest studio effort, quoting that it's the band's best album since "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?" and that the album is oozed with confidence and great songs.

My copy of Dig Out Your Soul was despatched from England earlier this week - will be waiting in anticipation for the postie to deliver it :)

Dig Out Your Soul is currently No. 1 on the UK album chart. Bravo Oasis!
"Being an Oasis fan is never having to say I'm sorry. And I'm
not. Leave saying sorry to the Coldplay imitators as their era of bedwetter
music is over. It's only Glasvegas and Oasis for competition in this country. If
you are in a band and are not artistically competing with the creative
rock'n'roll genius of Oasis or Glasvegas, it's time to just stop and get off the
treadmill. This is how rock'n'roll should be done in the United Kingdom today."
- Alan McGee

1 comment:

gigsy said...

Behold!! The Return of Oasis!