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Noel Gallagher would reunite Oasis, but only for the right price. In a new interview with Q, he said: "Nobody has made us an offer. I've been in the same room as Liam, and even then nobody's said,…   Read Story »
Noel Gallagher always has something entertaining to say about everything, and thankfully he's delivered more of that today in a new video interview with Noisey. The Oasis co-founder and High Flying…   Read Story »
This year marked the 20th anniversary of Britpop, so it's good timing that Oasis have been gradually reissuing their albums with lavish box sets. Earlier this year we gave away the set for Definitely…   Read Story »
Back in April, we marked the 20th anniversary of Britpop with Stereogum's Britpop Week. We chose the date for a few reasons -- the week marked the anniversaries of both Pulp's His 'N' Hers and Blur's…   Read Story »
Next month, Ryan Adams is set to drop his new self-titled album; he gave us his "Gimme Something Good" video, which awesomely stars Elvira, earlier today. But the album could've turned out very…   Read Story »
Oasis and Blur may mark the official beginning of Britpop with the twin classics of Definitely Maybe and Parklife, respectively, but some people -- particularly, seemingly, in music-writer circles --…   Read Story »
Liam Gallagher spent a couple hours on Twitter yesterday, and over the course of five tweets, one letter at a time, he spelled out one word: "OASIS." He followed that up with something even more…   Read Story »
We're celebrating Britpop Week here at Stereogum, and while there's lots of essential listening that comes with such a pursuit, there's not much in the way of essential viewing. There is, however,…   Read Story »
It was 20 years ago this week that Britpop first emerged as a major cultural force, thanks to the dual releases of Blur's Parklife and Pulp's His 'N' Hers. So we're celebrating Britpop Week here at…   Read Story »
As resident anglophile Michael Nelson explained in his tremendous introduction to Britpop Week, the era's feuds are almost as essential to Britpop history as the music. And no conflict defined the…   Read Story »