Gallagher added: "Does anybody give a fuck about what any of these current pop stars are up to? Who gives a shit what fucking One Direction do? Cocksuckers, all of them in rehab by the time they’re 30."
"Harry Styles has got nothing to say for himself – nothing. 'You alright, mate?' "Uhhh." That's it. The gig will never die because you can't download it. You can't download spirit."
He continued: "Who gives a shit what Ellie Goulding is up to? Really? Adele, what? Blows my fucking mind. It blows my fucking mind. Nobody cares! Fame’s wasted on them, with their fucking in-ear monitors and their electronic cigarettes. And their fragrances that they’re bringing out for Christmas. You fucking dicks."
Doubt he'd ever say they weren't. Point is pop stars are playing shit so safe behind their PR minions and trying to be as broad as possible, and are therefore uninteresting to watch. Oasis were never really managed, unless you only liked Oasis they probably shat on a band you enjoyed at some point, made for interesting viewing as people exploded at each other over it.
Of course, it's not really important if you just want to listen to some music. But even then, Oasis was better pop than all mentioned. God damn it, why'd we let boy bands come back?
I don't like the whole "either smoke real cigs or don't smoke at all" attitude from some people, as if smoking is only acceptable if you're looking cool while killing yourself doing it
>"The gig will never die because you can't download it. You can't download spirit."
I think he's just pulling out the tired old "ROCK N' ROLL'S got SPIRIT and SOUL, man, it's so much more REAL than that POP shit!!" argument.
>inb4 "but he's right"
He is only relevant in Britain as a figure from nostalgia, to yearn for the halcyon days of... uh... mediocre, government-sponsored britpop? Good on him tho, b/c it's better that attempted relevancy by embracing the bullshit
You got tobacco that comes in bags? Are you Canadian?
That would probably be the strokes however Julian is a racist Armenian piece of shit.
I don't think anyone outside of Britain is capable of liking blur. They're pretty damn shit.
“Don’t Look Back in Anger.” I remember writing it in Paris on a rainy night. We had just played a strip club: our set finished, the strippers came on. We were nothing, an insignificant little band. And I remember going back to my hotel room and writing it, and thinking, “That’ll be pretty good when we record it.” If I’d have known that night what I know now about people playing it at fucking funerals and weddings, I’d never have finished the song. Too much pressure. Technically, there’s better songwriters than I am. Guardian writers will tell you that. Have other people’s songs ever really touched a generation, though? Radiohead? When do people listen to them? Is it when they go out, or is it when they come in? Because I’m struggling to think.
Look, as soon as Thom Yorke writes a song as good as fucking “Mony Mony”, give us a fucking shout. Me and my missus, we were at the Coachella festival a couple of years ago and Radiohead were headlining. We were like, “Right, let’s give them one more chance. Let’s go and see them.” Beautiful, sunny night. We walked out through the crowd as they came on, and they were playing this post-techno: “de-de de de”. We were a bit pissed. Fucking great. And then he started singing. No. Not for us. We’re party people.
I was being asked about a reunion five weeks after I left the band. It’s a modern phenomenon. It’s a modern disease. All the bands that get back together, all those ones you’ve mentioned [Fleetwood Mac, Led Zeppelin] they didn’t have anybody in the line-up as fucking brilliant as me. What’s the guitarist out of Fleetwood Mac called? Lindsay Buckingham. I can’t remember him setting the world on fire. Jimmy Page? That’s debatable. He’s a good guitarist but I’m not sure how many solo albums he’s fucking made.
I guaran-fucking-tee you this: The Stone Roses never mentioned “career” in any band meetings. Ever. Or Primal Scream, or The Verve. Oasis certainly never mentioned it. I bet it’s mentioned a lot by managers and agents now: “Don’t do that, it’s bad for your career.” “What? Fuck off!” Like when we went to the Brits and we’d won all those awards and we didn’t play. The head of the Brits said, “This’ll ruin your career.” Fucking, wow. I say to the guy, “Do you know how high I am? You know who’s going to ruin my career? Me, not you. Bell-end. More Champagne. Fuck off.”
I don't think you know what a boy band is
Chris Martin is a friend of mine. That fucking guy can write a tune. And he’s hilarious, by the way. We were out one night having dinner, me and my missus, him and his missus, and he ended up banging his hand on the table, shouting at me: “Why do you think it’s so cool not to give a fuck?” Because he does give a fuck. About everything. I might have been making some disparaging comment about fucking Madonna or someone, and he was like, “I just can’t believe you can be like that.” And I was like, “Fucking believe it, man, because I can’t believe you can be like that.”
Twice your age apparently.
>rock music is popular music
We're talking about pop music, not popular music.
>don't specifically make rock music
So there you go.
If that's the only difference you perceive, you should probably avoid discussing music.
>We're talking about pop music, not popular music.
no, we aren't at all
do you actually think everyone commonly given the title "pop star" makes the same kind of music?
seriously kid, stop posting you are real dumb
you don't understand what you mean, your argument is completely conflicted
you are arguing that every kind of music made by people referred to as popstars falls under a single genre - "pop music"
to argue the other part of your argument, you have to argue that the rock music made by Oasis is so significantly different from this other "pop" music that it doesn't fall under the same category
you are idiotic
>you don't understand what you mean
I'm pretty sure I do, I just defended it.
>you are arguing that every kind of music made by people referred to as popstars falls under a single genre - "pop music"
Prove me wrong.
>to argue the other part of your argument, you have to argue that the rock music made by Oasis is so significantly different from this other "pop" music that it doesn't fall under the same category
Oh have you never heard Oasis before?
ure either 17 or in ur early 30s
cute highschooler w/ slightly better taste than his classmates or one of those 90s alt. rockists who experienced the britpop era and still thinks its ''real music'' compared to other popular genres at the time
u people make me sick
again, blatantly deliberately obtuse
but hey, it's your prerogative
go ahead and define this completely encompassing genre "pop music" that Oasis is somehow excluded from for me kiddo
>again, blatantly deliberately obtuse
>go ahead and define this completely encompassing genre "pop music" that Oasis is somehow excluded from for me kiddo
Ooops you didn't seem to asnwer my question. Try again?
Of course I have heard Oasis before. What a stupid question. Don't think anyone missed that you just dodged answering the question that your entire argument is based on and yet you clearly can't answer.
>Of course I have heard Oasis before.
Then why are you confused to what genre they belong in? Or are you being blatantly deliberately obtuse for some reason?
>Don't think anyone missed that you just dodged answering the question
The burden of proof is you you because you made the initial assertion that a) Oasis is not rock and b) pop stars do not make pop music
Nice reading comprehension.
I never once said either of those things. What I pointed out is that if you compress all music made by people referred to as "pop-stars" into a single genre, the elements which would define that genre make Oasis part of that genre.
You are a fucking moron buddy.
but u did read it... yeah ure in ur early 30s
just pointing out that ur opinions in music are extremely outdated boo, be careful
lemme know when ure up2date like me ye?
>I never once said either of those things
See >>60180204 and >>60180099 and >>60180013
>What I pointed out is that if you compress all music made by people referred to as "pop-stars" into a single genre, the elements which would define that genre make Oasis part of that genre.
I didn't read it anon, sorry.
how about just don't smoke then, that'll make your lungs feel REAL nice.
But you're a tryhard who wants to look like what he thinks a cool person looks like, but is too much of a pussy to actually smoke
Why would I bother? You clearly can barely read. None of the posts you just linked contain or even imply the statements you just accused me of making. You're a waste of energy.
>Oasis are a pop band.
You mean a rock band, who also uses pop song structures.
>Like the Beatles are a pop band.
Not really, because Oasis employed more of the standard archetype of the rock format than The Beatles.
Stop replying any time, if you are unable to defend your assertions.
>your own assertions
*assertions I accused you of making due to my inability to read and have as yet can't failed to quote
Seriously, you are intensely, aggressively thick. I have never once made the assertion that Oasis do not make rock music, or that pop-stars do not make popular music.
You are an amazing specimen, honestly. Watching you perform these mental gymnastics is incredible.
As I literally just pointed out, what you are saying I am arguing is not something that I have ever said, and you have as of yet failed to quote me saying it.
10/10 for the mental backflip into splits there buddy.
Then stop posting.
Not a big fan.
Not a big fan.
Not a big fan
Used to be a big fan but not in some time.
Not a big fan.
>Then stop posting
But buddy, don't be so hasty - you still have to defend your own argument: that
a) hitler was a swell guy and
b) gassing jews was the most logical piece of public policy implemented in the 20th century.
I used to be a big fan but not so much anymore
>my bloody valentine
I used to be a big fan but not so much anymore
Not a big fan.
Not a big fan.
Not a big fan.
>a) hitler was a swell guy and
I've never met him so I can't say.
>b) gassing jews was the most logical piece of public policy implemented in the 20th century.
I would disagree because there were many Jews who were not allowed to live their life, and who could have maid a positive impact in the world.
great, heroes is a wonderful album
her 80s albums are good
kinda cheesy... i like some of their stuff tho
their first album is cool but they're pretty meh overall
head hunters is a legit 9/10
>there are people on /mu/ who genuinely believe oasis aren't a pop band
holy kek batman
Oasis is a pop rock band. Noel is a pop star. On the other hand, he wasnt refering to pop stars per se, he was refering to pop stars currently and media coverage, he wasnt being hypocritical and his statements werent ironic.
Noel is still a manchild that writes bland shit and is desperate for attention.
ure a very strong headed person
i mean to prove to someone who just entered the thread that wat u were doing was the same thing wat i was doing to u earlier... when it doesnt even matter at all
pretty spooky stuff man
that would be the idea about pop music I already referred to you chump lmfao
the other is the "genre" pop music which brit-pop is obviously a subgenre of if you want to think about it that way
do you like oasis a lot or something
>that would be the idea about pop music I already referred to you chump lmfao
The one that suggests tropicalia could be grunge?
You clearly haven't thought it out so well.
>the other is the "genre" pop music which brit-pop is obviously a subgenre
Except we're talking about rock music, not brit-pop. Read the thread.
>do you like oasis a lot or something
Quote me where I said that.
I can't think of a time when there wasn't at least a few shitty newtrips, and as for trips in general there have always been loads
the general discussion (see: circlejerk) threads encourage people to pick them up though I think
>is the question relevant
it's like you think we are centre stage at a serious debate kek
is the fact that I banged your mom in the bath relevant fatso
but yeah it's relevant tho
wow u'r so fucking ironic and selfaware look how little emotional investment was put into those words which seem to imply real emotion holy shit did you come up with that angle on your own real creative buddy what's next are you going to start using archaic slang like "swell" and "rad" like a fucking poof or is this whole charade being played under a self-indulgenet notion of post-irony when in reality you barely can tell the difference between the two in the first place
what now chubster why not just reach for the fucking rope it's not like anyone would miss you
a ranting turds who makes redditards and underage 4channers go crazy because "he doesn't give a fuck maaaan!" "yeah punk maaan! fuck de mainstreem!!". he thinks swearing in interviews will make him relevant again.
i was ready to read what he said but i read nothing but the babble of a butthurt talentless fuck who is 20 years past his 15 minutes.
>with their fucking in-ear monitors and their electronic cigarettes. And their fragrances that they’re bringing out for Christmas.
you should be glorifying him, he's not going to be part of any kind of corporate whoring out like the rest of these poser faggots with their scented bath salts and music which still makes the charts
OMG I LUV HIM XDDDDDDDDDDDD
I only listen to real music like Oasis, Blink 182, Blur and Foo Fighters!!!!!111!!! \m/
this music is so much better than pop (yuck :P).
these bands actually write their own music and play real instruments!!!!11111
long live real music \m/ (-_-) \m/
>WRAP UP COLD WHEN IT'S WARM OUTSEEYIDE
What did he mean by this?
>implying it was a comeback
why are u so bothered anyway?
u simply dont like me cus im a trip
now why would i put effort into someone whos like dat when im going to keep doing it anyway?
once again, do u have anything else? cus i really liked ur previous post
Whew, thread blew up, tfw i created that.