British rockers Oasis have snubbed record label Sony by refusing to make their next LP a double album.

The upcoming disc is the band's last with the music giants, who wanted to end their relationship on a high.

But the WONDERWALL hitmakers deliberately scrapped tracks intended for a second CD, because they don't want to give the company bonus material for free.

Songwriter NOEL GALLAGHER says, "We've written 66 songs between the four of us and I think there's 12 on the album.

"We were going to do a double album, but we don't want to give Sony too much, 'cos it's out last one, so f**k 'em."

20/01/2005 09:32