Scissor Sisters Slam Oasis' Glasto Gig

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New York band Scissor Sisters were far from impressed with Oasis' headlining Glastonbury Festival gig on Friday (25JUN04) - labelling the Brit rockers "a tribute act to themselves".

The feisty disco pop ensemble agreed with Glastonbury organiser Michael EAVIS, who admitted he was "disappointed" with the GALLAGHER brothers performance.

Singer ANA MATRONIC says, "They wasted it. They barely addressed the crowd and looked like they didn't want to be there.

"They played an angry greatest hits set. It's a shame at this stage in their career that nobody wanted to hear new material from them."

Matronic's bandmate Jake Shears adds, "We heard they had a row before performing but that's become such a cliche. It's just boring now."

Guitarist DEL MARQUIS scathes, "They've become almost a tribute act to themselves, reduced to playing greatest hits."

28/06/2004 02:41

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