To be fair to Noel Gallagher, there is a degree of truth in his claim that Radiohead might be stuck in something of a rut:
"The biggest criticism that the music press have against us [Oasis] is that we're not Radiohead," Gallagher said.
"Correct me if I'm wrong, they've been making the same record since 'Kid A', have they not?"
But is it really the biggest criticism of Oasis that they're not Radiohead? Isn't it more common that people complain that the problem with Oasis is that they're Oasis? And even if Radiohead have spent the last ten years remaking the same record, does that really excuse Oasis spending two decades making and remaking someone else's records? It's hard to choose... Thom... Noel... Thom...
... sherry... Noel... schooner of sherry?