luinel-kaya:

Noel Gallagher self-criticizing about Masterplan in an interview:

Masterplan. Biggest regret I ever have out of any of the tunes, of just being a headstrong fuckwit saying ‘no it’s a B side, it was written as a B side and a B side it should stay.’ 

It’s one of my favorite of my songs ‘cause there are certain songs for me that are great but then there’s the chosen few that you really fucking nail it. The words, the melody, the structure, everything, all the playing’s brilliant. And that’s one of them. 

Sadly I don’t understand what Liam says to him right before Noel calls himself an idiot. Maybe someone can help?

Noel being absolutely adorable

highflyingeyebrows:

Singles from Oasis’ debut album :: Definitely Maybe

(What’s the Story) Morning Glory? [released on 2 October 1995]

How many special people change? How many lives are living strange?

Where were you while we were getting high?

Happy Birthday Definitely Maybe! (30/08/1994)

blueeyed-88:

Paul Gallagher: ‘The Weetabix kid, that’s what we called Liam. He lived on breakfast cereals. At breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner, he was either tucking into Ready Brek or Weetabix. He wouldn’t eat normal food like potatoes or meat, just Ready Brek. If he went to the cupboard and that box of Ready Brek was empty, he’d start a big inquiry.

'Who's been eating my my Ready Brek? Don't you go near it!'. He was such a fussy, whingeing type. 'I don't like my food messed with, this drink's too hot, too cold, who's been wearing my jumper, why is this t-shirt really creased?' But nothing like the fuss over his Ready Brek'

"Liam Gallagher is a fan of ours. He came over to us in Australia and said hello. It’s really weird, because we were on stage with Snoop Dogg and Liam Gallagher and he came over to me and was like ‘I like your band’ and I was like ‘I’m from Manchester!’ Then he was like ‘I know who you are’. I was like ‘My name’s Matty, I’m in The 1975’, he was like ‘I know who you are’. It was weird."

— Matt Healy via gigwise.com (via nienna-maria)