Tuesday, August 13, 2002

WHY BOTHER, THEN, NOEL?: Noel Gallagher's given an interview to the New York Post, deriding the American music industry and people who buy records in the States. If the US is so shit, Noel, why are you going to so much trouble to try and break your band in the country again? Having had a disaster-strewn start to the tour, if you really don't care about selling records there, why not just come home? The writers of that report pushing for an office to flog British music in New York (shamefully including one of the Sundays, as it turns out) worry that this sort of behaviour seems arrogant - it's not, it's just reeking of sour grapes. Further, Noel believes that you shouldn't be allowed to buy records before you're 16, and is bemused by the success of Britney Spears and Eminem. He's clearly spending too much time hanging out with Ole Man Weller, isn't he? Tunes, Noel, it's tunes...
Why don't you shut up? Please, shut up. [BBC] - no, really, shut up. Shut up, shut up, shut up.

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