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I heard Live Forever last Friday on a show called "The 90's at 9"... accompanied by one of the stupidest comments a DJ could make.
He said "Live Forever by Oasis from their record Definitely Maybe. It's already been 25 years since they released that record. I wonder if they're going to reform to celebrate. I would love that. They're probably starting to run of money so, who knows?"
I mean, I wouldn't mind if an ordinary person said that because they don't necessarily know that both brothers now have pretty successful solo careers.
Post by dampcottage on Feb 10, 2020 10:06:44 GMT -5
French radio station, on the way to play a football match yesterday, live forever, 30 minutes later wonderwall, on the way back a few hours later stop crying your heart out, 30 minutes later importance of being idle, someone at that station clearly likes oasis...and they have now gained another listener
Post by megyesitomate on Feb 13, 2020 14:37:26 GMT -5
The last time I heard Oasis on a radio was in Romania in the summer. We'd been traveling in the car for quite a long time listening to shit Romanian pop, and guess when did the driver decide to take a quick break and shut the car off... Right when they began to play (I think the entirety of) As You Were. Yeah, thanks.
Post by themanwholivesinhell on Feb 23, 2020 11:12:37 GMT -5
On friday night i was in the car and didnt like what was on radio 2 so switched over to Virgin Radio.....and less than 5 seconds later I hear the waves of Champagne Supernova start 👏 👍 like they knew id be tuning in haha
They brought back DJs into the alternative radio station here recently. The afternoon one is from the UK (not a first here actually). He teased an Oasis collaboration, played Wonderwall, and brought up Gene's and Sonny's ordeal.