A few months after saying they’ll never get back together, the members of Oasis are already talking about a reunion for the 20th anniversary of the release of (What’s The Story) Morning Glory. "In 2015, if we can put our shit aside, we can tour and play the album in its entirety for the 20th anniversary," Liam Gallagher told Rolling Stone. "I'd be up for that, if it's on our terms. There's got to be two-way respect."
Back in August, Noel said maybe they maybe rushed their breaking up but the possibility of a reunion was impossible. "We could maybe have all gone off and done other things for a few years," he said. "In my own head the 2015, 20-year anniversary of Morning Glory is looming and we could have maybe come back, made a new album and played that album in its entirety and gone and been the greatest thing ever, but there you go.”
He continued, "Liam has said that the idea makes him vomit and it would never happen. So I don't need to add anything to that. I don't need the fucking money, but I think it's a shame that songs like 'Champagne Supernova,' 'Rock and Roll Star,' 'The Importance of Being Idle' and 'The Shock of the Lightning' will never be played again in a stadium. That kind of fills me with sadness. The money is kind of irrelevant."
Liam doesn’t share the sentiment. "He's the one that keeps mentioning it," says Liam. "I want to put him out of his misery. But I think he needs to do his solo thing first and realize he's not that good without his brother. He's got to find out for himself. I'm up for it — I'm not desperate for it. If it doesn't work out, I don't give a shit, I'm quite happy with [current band] Beady Eye."
Mobb Deep was back in the studio last March as soon as soon as Prodigy was released from prison, and the duo has now announced a release date and track list for its new EP, Black Cocaine. “The cover art for the Black Cocaine EP was an idea I came up with then passed over to the [Sony] RED art department. They brought my thoughts to life,” Prodigy told MTV News. “Havoc and I laughed the other day about how hustlers are gonna try to make real black cocaine when they see the cover and hear the music.”
Black Cocaine is just one of the many albums being released on Black Friday. Here is a list of every Black Friday release, one that includes the Beastie Boys’ Hot Sauce Committee Part Two, Bob Dylan’s Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window? and the Black Keys’ Lonely Boy.
Happy Birthday to Ken Watanabe, Will Estes, Carrie Fisher, Kim Kardashian and Josh Ritter.
An 82-year-old woman who slipped and
fell had to wait 28 minutes for an ambulance Thursday. The kicker is
that she was already in a hospital.
“By god, Janet this woman needs a doctor! Call for help!”
"I was ready to run over there and rip somebody's head off," said Mike Wallace, son of felled Doreen Wallace. "You've got to be kidding me! We're inside the hospital. If you were going to get hurt anywhere, wouldn't you think that's the safest place you can get immediate help? But no, that's not the case."
Some medical staff stayed with the woman but the family was told repeatedly it was procedure for paramedics to attend to an injured visitor even if the person was injured inside the hospital.
George A. Romero is working on a film adaptation of Steven Schlozman’s novel The Zombie Autopsies, which is in the vein of World War Z or Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. One can only hope John Carpenter is working on the latter.
Catherine Zeta-Jones has joined the cast of Allen Hughes’ (From Hell) noir release, Broken City. In City, Mark Wahlberg plays a private detective hired by the mayor of New York (Russell Crowe) to find out with whom the mayor’s wife is having an affair.