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Oasis' Noel Gallagher hopes the credit crunch worsens

Published: Wed March 04, 2009  News Feed

Oasis' Noel Gallagher has always been mouthy, we all know that. His new controversy: he thinks the credit crunch is great news for music!

Noel Gallagher - the crunch is good

Oasis' Noel Gallagher has joked that he hopes the global financial crisis gets worse – because it will help bands write better music.

He compared the current financial climate to conditions in the early '90s when the Manchester band started out, joking that he hoped a similar resurgence in the quality of music would occur.

"I hope the financial crisis gets a bit worse - at least we'll get a few good albums out of it," he told That's Shanghai.

He added: "When we started in the early 90s it was a pretty grim time when the Conservative was still in power. Times of crisis usually bring out the best in music and fashion and politics and things like that."

Well...at least musicians can count on Take It Away to help them buying their gear. As for the music itself...time will tell!

View the Oasis Artist Page at Dolphin, for Oasis-related news and gear

 
 
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