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Oasis - ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ 30 th May 2005

Don’t Believe The Truth’ 30 th May 2005

Oasis have confirmed the track listing for their highly anticipated sixth studio album, ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’, released on May 30 th 2005 on Big BrotherRecordings.The first single from the album will be ‘Lyla’ released on May 16 th. Noel Gallagher describes the track as “the Soundtrack of our Lives doing The Who on Skol in a psychedelic city in the sky (or something!)” He continues, “while ‘Part Of The Queue’ doesn’t sound remotely like anything we’ve ever done before. Legendary Cuban percussionist Lenny Castro shuffles up a storm. Amazing.” concluding “’The Meaning Of Soul’ is simply “Elvis on Red Bull”.

Turn Up The Sun
Mucky Fingers
Love Like A Bomb

Oasis - ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ 30 th May 2005
Oasis - ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’ 30 th May 2005

The Importance Of Being Idle
The Meaning Of Soul
Guess God Thinks I’m Abel
Part Of The Queue
Keep The Dream Alive
A Bell Will Ring
Let There Be Love

Crowning what will be an extraordinary 2005, Oasis will embark on an extensive world tour that includes nine huge shows in the UK – including seven stadium gigs. Tickets for these dates and US dates sold out in record time, even challenging the speed with which they sold out their legendary Knebworth shows of 1996. Further UK, US and European dates to be announced soon.

UK and Ireland dates as follows:


Wednesday 29 th Glasgow Hampden Park

Thursday 30 th Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium


Saturday 2 nd Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium

Sunday 3 rd Manchester City Of Manchester Stadium

Wednesday 6 th Southampton Rose Bowl

Saturday 9 th MiltonKeynes National Bowl

Sunday 10 th MiltonKeynes National Bowl

Tuesday 12 th Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

Wednesday 13 th Newcastle Metro Radio Arena

Saturday 16 th Dublin Marley Park

“There is still no act that rock n rolls like Oasis”. (The Observer)



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