1. I'm gutted :-( feel so bad for all their fans!7 minutes ago from Tweetie 2. Oasis cancelled again with one minute to stage time!!! Liam smashesd noels guitar, huuuge fight!25 minutes ago from Tweetie
Groupe de rock anglais formé en 1991 et originaire de Burnage, dans la banlieue de Manchester, Oasis, a annoncé la fin de sa formation. Coup de théâtre, vendredi soir, à Rock en Seine, à Saint-Cloud, dans la banlieue parisienne: Oasis, l'un des groupes britanniques qui a a connu de gros succès durant les années 1990, a annulé son concert et annoncé la fin de sa formation. A l'origine, une altercation entre les deux frères Gallagher, Liam et Noël dans les loges. Des différents entre le chanteur et le guitariste qui s'étaient déjà produits par le passé.Le concert a donc été annulé alors que 30 000 spectateurs attendaient l'entrée sur scène de la formation.
Post by Nyron Nosworthy on Aug 28, 2009 16:12:17 GMT -5
Seen this on another message board:
"Just had a phone call off me mate hes in paris to see Oasis got an announcement over the pa saying the band had split so no gig, 40,000 people not too happy. Just rang me 5mins ago so dont shoot the messenger"
Post by timewrecker on Aug 28, 2009 16:12:58 GMT -5
Translated: English rock group formed in 1991 and originating in Burnage, in the suburbs of Manchester, Oasis, announced the end of its formation. Dramatic turn of events, Friday evening, in Rock in the Seine, Saint-Cloud, in the Parisian suburbs: Oasis, one of the British groups which has was large success during the years 1990, cancelled its concert and announced the end of its formation. At the origin, a dispute enters the two brothers Gallagher, Liam and Noel in the cabins. The different ones between the singer and the guitarist who had already occurred in the past. The concert was thus cancelled whereas 30,000 spectators awaited the input on scene of the formation.
Post by northernstar2008 on Aug 28, 2009 16:25:04 GMT -5
Oasisinet have said nothing about a split and judging by the fact its all over the french news, something I doubt Oasis have been on since the 90's, they've split, so Inet, the official Oasis site would of said something by now. Until they've said it and Noel and Liam have said it, I won't believe it.
Post by Nyron Nosworthy on Aug 28, 2009 16:25:24 GMT -5
I never thought I'd see the day they split up (if true).
However, as Liam says, they both love Oasis and being in a band so I doubt it would be a 100% permanent break up. If it gives them both a chance to do their own thing and come back refreshed then perhaps its a good thing?
well i was pissed when they didnt do the v fest, my mates in paris and says apparently they aint doin paris or milan which im going to on sunday When they didnt do the v fest i said to my mate i think its the end but for fuck sake only a few more gigs left surely they could finish the fuckin tour for the fans sake? There were a lotta people fucked off about the v fest, now rock en sine and milan! R.I.P oasis
fucking rotted. i'm not making any more excuses for them; they need to clean their act up. in all honesty i've had enough of this fucking drama bullshit. obviously liams become to much for noel and vice versa. they had a good run, but the tension and the hostilities between the two held them back from their true potential. now it looks like it's set to end them.
Oasis cancel Paris concert after Gallaghers fight (AFP) – 20 minutes ago
SAINT-CLOUD, France — British rock group Oasis cancelled a scheduled appearance at a music festival near Paris at the last minute on Friday after a fight between Noel and Liam Gallagher, organisers said.
The management of the Rock en Seine festival claimed that the group "no longer exists" after the alleged fight between its founding members, but there was no announcement from the band on their official website.
Several minutes before they were due to take to the stage in Saint-Cloud on Friday, a spokesman for the organisers announced to the crowd that Liam and his brother "had a fight backstage."
The spokesman added: "The group no longer exists. They will not play tonight and they are cancelling the rest of their European tour."
Oasis also pulled out of a concert last Sunday at the V Festival in Britain, with organisers saying Liam Gallagher had lost his voice, but there were rumours that he and his brother were having the latest in a string of feuds.
On Monday, Liam used his Twitter feed to rubbish rumours that the band were splitting up.