Three years ago, Noel Gallagher returned to the scene of the crime.
With the 20th anniversary of Oasis’ infamous third LP Be Here Now on the horizon, the legendarily sardonic singer-songwriter revisited its lead single, D’You Know What I Mean? Unleashed on a mad-for-it world in the summer of ’97, the track would mark the beginning of the end of the band’s glory days.
Arriving at the height of Oasis-mania, following the gargantuan success of 1995’s (What’s The Story) Morning ...
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