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The group played their first headline outdoor concerts at [[Maine Road]] football stadium, home of [[Manchester City F.C.]] whom the Gallagher brothers have been fans of since childhood, on 27 and 28 April 1996.<ref>Alan McGee (2013). "Creation Stories: Riots, Raves and Running a Label". p. 31. Pan Macmillan,</ref> Highlights from the second night featured on the video ''[[...There and Then]]'', released later the same year. As their career reached its zenith, Oasis performed back-to-back concerts at Knebworth on 10 and 11 August. The band sold out both shows within minutes. The audience of 125,000 people each night for two nights (2.5&nbsp;million people applied for tickets, and 250,000 were actually sold, meaning the possibility of 20 sold out nights),<ref>Harris, pg.&nbsp;298–99</ref> was at the time a record-breaking number for an outdoor concert held in the UK, and to this day the largest demand for a show in British history.<ref name=liveforever>{{cite video | people = | title = Live Forever: The Rise and Fall of Brit Pop| medium = DVD| publisher=[[Passion Pictures]] | location = London|year=2004}}</ref>
The rest of the month proved to be difficult for the group. Oasis were due to record an episode of ''[[MTV Unplugged]]'' at the [[Royal Festival Hall]] but Liam pulled out, citing a sore throat. He watched the performance from a balcony with cold beer and cigarettes, heckling Noel's singing between songs.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|lastnazwisko=Haydon|firstimię=John|titletytuł=The List: Liam Gallagher's worst moments|url=|workpraca=The Washington Times|accessdatedata dostępu=27 February 2013}}</ref> Four days later the group left for a tour of American arenas but Liam refused to go; the band decided to continue the tour with Noel on vocals.<ref>Harris, pg. 310</ref> Liam rejoined the tour on 30 August, and on 4 September 1996, Oasis performed "Champagne Supernova" at the [[1996 MTV Video Music Awards]] at [[Radio City Music Hall]] in New York City.<ref name="MTVAwards">{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=1996 MTV Video Music Awards||accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> Liam made gestures at Noel during his guitar solo, then spat beer all over the stage before storming off.<ref name="MTVAwards"/> A few weeks later Noel flew home without the band, who followed on another flight.<ref>Harris, pg. 312</ref> This event prompted media speculation that the group were splitting up. The brothers soon reconciled and decided to complete the tour.<ref>Harris, pg. 313</ref>
Oasis spent the end of 1996 and the first quarter of 1997 at [[Abbey Road Studios]] in London and Ridge Farm Studios in [[Surrey]] recording their third album. Quarrels between the Gallagher brothers plagued the recording sessions. ''[[Be Here Now (album)|Be Here Now]]'' was released in August 1997. Preceded by the UK number&nbsp;one single "[[D'You Know What I Mean?]]", the album was their most anticipated effort, and as such became the subject of considerable media attention. By the end of the first day of release, ''Be Here Now'' sold 424,000 units and by the end of business on Saturday of that week sales had reached 696,000, making it the fastest-selling album in British history.<ref>Harris, pg. 342.</ref> The album debuted at number&nbsp;two on the [[Billboard 200|''Billboard'' 200]] in the US, but its first week sales of 152,000—below expected sales of 400,000 copies—were considered a disappointment.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Rolling Stone news article|workpraca=Rolling Stone|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> Although early media reviews were positive, once the hype had died down, the album was criticised for being bloated and derivative with most of the critics focused on the extensive length of several songs, the heavier sound, and overproduction.
By this time the Britpop movement was in decline, and the band had failed to meet expectations with their third album. After the conclusion of the [[Be Here Now Tour]] in early 1998, amidst much media criticism the group kept a low profile. Later in the year, Oasis released a compilation album of fourteen B-sides, entitled ''[[The Masterplan (Oasis album)|The Masterplan]]''. "The really interesting stuff from around that period is the B-sides. There's a lot more inspired music on the B-sides than there is on ''Be Here Now'' itself, I think", related Noel in an interview in 2008.<ref>[ Wave Magazine News article]. Retrieved 9 March 2008. {{webarchive |url= |date=16 December 2006 }}</ref>
===''Standing on the Shoulder of Giants'': 1999–2000===
In early 1999, the band began work on their fourth studio album. First details were announced in February with Mark "Spike" Stent revealed to be taking a co-producing role. Things were not going well and the shock departure of founding member Paul "Bonehead" Arthurs was announced in August. This departure was reported at the time as amicable, with Noel stating that Arthurs wanted to spend more time with his family. Arthurs' statement clarified his leaving as "to concentrate on other things".<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Gallagher shrugs off Oasis departure|workpraca=BBC News|datedata=10 August 1999|accessdatedata dostępu=9 March 2008}}</ref> However, Noel has since offered a contradicting version: that a series of violations of Noel's "no drink or drugs" policy (imposed by Noel so that Liam could sing properly) for the album's sessions resulted in a confrontation between the two.<ref name="book">{{CiteCytuj bookksiążkę| authorautor=St. Michael, Mick | titletytuł=Oasis: In Their Own Words | publisherwydawca=Omnibus Pr | yearrok=1996 | isbn=0-7119-5695-2}}</ref> Two weeks later the departure of bassist Paul McGuigan was announced. The Gallagher brothers held a press conference shortly thereafter where they assured reporters that "the future of Oasis is secure. The story and the glory will go on."<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Gallagher brothers say oasis bassists departure wont kill the band|workpraca=Rolling Stone|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref>
[[File:GemArcher.jpg|thumb|left|upright|Guitarist [[Gem Archer]] performing at an Oasis concert.]]
The now three-piece Oasis chose to continue recording the album, with Noel Gallagher re-recording most of Arthurs' guitar and McGuigan's bass parts. After the completion of the recording sessions, the band began searching for replacement members. The first new member to be announced was new lead/rhythm guitarist [[Gem Archer|Colin "Gem" Archer]], formerly of [[Heavy Stereo]], who later claimed to have been approached by Noel Gallagher only a couple of days after Arthurs' departure was publicly announced.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł||accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> Finding a replacement bassist took more time and effort. The band were rehearsing with [[David Potts (singer)|David Potts]], but he quickly resigned, and they brought in [[Andy Bell (musician)|Andy Bell]], former guitarist/songwriter of [[Ride (band)|Ride]] and [[Hurricane No.&nbsp;1]] as their new bassist. Bell had never played bass before and had to learn to play it (with Noel since saying that Liam said, "If he can play the guitar, he can play the fookin' bass"), along with a handful of songs from Oasis' back catalogue, in preparation for a scheduled tour of America in December 1999.
With the folding of Creation Records, Oasis formed their own label, [[Big Brother Recordings|Big Brother]], which released all of Oasis' subsequent records in the UK and Ireland. Oasis' fourth album, ''[[Standing on the Shoulder of Giants]]'', was released in February 2000 to good first-week sales. It peaked at number one on the British charts and number&nbsp;24 on the ''Billboard'' charts.<ref>[ Oasis – Official Website – Discography] retrieved on 15 December 2007. {{webarchive |url= |date=11 October 2007 }}</ref><ref>[{{BillboardURLbyName|artist=oasis|chart=all}} – Discography – Oasis – Standing on the Shoulders of Giants]{{dead link|date=February 2011}} retrieved on 15 December 2007</ref> Three singles were released from the album: "[[Go Let It Out]]", "[[Who Feels Love?]]" and "[[Sunday Morning Call]]", all of which were top five UK singles.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Top 40 Singles||accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> The "Go Let It Out" video was shot before Bell joined the group and therefore featured the unusual line-up of Liam on rhythm guitar, Archer on lead guitar and Noel on bass. With the departure of the founding members, the band made several small changes to their image and sound. The cover featured a new "Oasis" logo, designed by Gem Archer, and the album was also the first Oasis release to include a song written by Liam Gallagher, entitled "Little James". The songs also had more experimental, psychedelic influences.<ref name="allmusicstanding">[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r466450|pure_url=yes}} Standing on the Shoulders of Giants > Overview ]. Written by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Retrieved on 15 December 2007.</ref> ''Standing on the Shoulder of Giants '' received only lukewarm reviews<ref name="allmusicstanding"/> and is the band's lowest selling studio album.
To support the record the band staged an eventful world tour. While touring in [[Barcelona]] in 2000, Oasis were forced to cancel a gig when an attack of [[tendinitis]] caused Alan White's arm to seize up, and the band spent the night drinking instead. After a row between the two brothers, Noel declared he was quitting touring overseas altogether, and Oasis were supposed to finish the tour without him.<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis Noel quits tour|workpraca=BBC News|datedata=23 May 2000|accessdatedata dostępu=15 December 2007}}</ref> Noel eventually returned for the Irish and British legs of the tour, which included two major shows at [[Wembley Stadium (1923)|Wembley Stadium]]. A live album of the first show, called ''[[Familiar to Millions]]'', was released in late 2000 to mixed reviews.<ref>[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r507419|pure_url=yes}} Familiar to Millions > Overview]. Written by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Retrieved on 15 December 2007</ref>
===''Heathen Chemistry'': 2001–03===
[[File:Oasis-band-concert-Montreal-Canada-Aug2002.jpg|thumb|Oasis performing in [[Montreal]], [[Canada]] in 2002.]]
Throughout 2001, Oasis split time between sessions for their fifth studio album and live shows around the world. Some gigs included the month-long [[Tour of Brotherly Love]] with [[The Black Crowes]] and [[Spacehog]] and a show in Paris supporting [[Neil Young]]. The album, ''[[Heathen Chemistry]]'', Oasis' first album with new members Andy Bell and Gem Archer, was released in July 2002. The album reached number&nbsp;1 in the UK and number&nbsp;23 in the US,<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Elvis and Oasis enjoy chart success|workpraca=BBC News|datedata=7 July 2002|accessdatedata dostępu=14 December 2007}}</ref><ref>[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r595973|pure_url=yes}} Heathen Chemistry > Charts & Awards > Billboard Albums]. Retrieved 14 December 2007.</ref> although critics gave it mixed reviews.<ref name="allmusicheathen">[{{Allmusic|class=album|id=r595973|pure_url=yes}} Heathen Chemistry > Overview]. Written by Stephen Thomas Erlewine. Retrieved 14 December 2007.</ref><ref>[] {{webarchive |url= |date=16 December 2008 }}</ref> There were four singles released from the album: "[[The Hindu Times]]", "[[Stop Crying Your Heart Out]]", "[[Little by Little (Oasis song)|Little by Little]]/[[She Is Love]]", and "[[Songbird (Oasis song)|Songbird]]", written by Liam – Oasis' first single not written by Noel. The record blended the band's sonic experiments from their last albums, but also went for a more basic rock sound.<ref name="allmusicheathen"/> The recording of ''Heathen Chemistry'' was much more balanced for the band, with all of the members, apart from White, writing songs. [[Johnny Marr]] provided additional guitar as well as backup vocals on a couple of songs.
After the album's release, the band embarked on a successful world tour that was once again filled with incidents. In late summer 2002, whilst the band were on tour in the US, Noel, Bell and touring keyboardist [[Jay Darlington]] were involved in a car accident in Indianapolis. While none of the band members sustained any major injuries, some shows were cancelled as a result. In December 2002, the latter half of the German leg of the band's European tour had to be postponed after Liam Gallagher, Alan White and three other members of the band's entourage were arrested after a violent brawl at a [[Munich]] nightclub. The band had been drinking heavily and tests showed that Liam had used cocaine.<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Brawling Oasis singer 'on drugs'|workpraca=BBC News|datedata=5 May 2004|accessdatedata dostępu=9 March 2008}}</ref> Liam lost two front teeth and kicked a police officer in the ribs, while Alan suffered minor head injuries after getting hit with an [[ashtray]].<ref name="Scotsman">{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis singer could face jail for bar brawl||accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> Two years later Liam was fined around £40,000.<ref>[ Independent News article] {{webarchive |url= |date=17 December 2007 }}. Retrieved 9 March 2008. {{cbignore|bot=medic}}{{dead link|date=February 2011}}</ref> The band finished their tour in March 2003 after returning to those postponed dates.
===''Don't Believe the Truth'': 2004–06===
Liam Gallagher said Oasis began recording a sixth album in late December 2003 with producers [[Death in Vegas]] at Sawmills Studios in Cornwall. The album was originally planned for a September 2004 release to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the release of ''Definitely Maybe''. However, long-time drummer Alan White, who at this time had played on nearly all of the band's material, left the band in early January 2004. At the time, his brother Steve White stated on his own website that "the spirit of being in a band was kicked out of him" and he wanted to be with his current girlfriend.<ref>[ Drumming website] {{webarchive |url= |date=15 August 2015 }}</ref> White was replaced by [[Zak Starkey]], drummer of [[the Who]] and the son of [[the Beatles]]' [[Ringo Starr]]. Though Starkey performed on studio recordings and toured with the band, he was not officially a member and the band were a four-piece for the first time in their career. Starkey played publicly for the first time at [[The Lighthouse (Poole)|Poole Lighthouse]].
A few days later, Oasis, with Starkey, headlined the [[Glastonbury Festival]] for the second time in their career and performed a largely greatest hits set, which included two new songs&nbsp;— Gem Archer's "A Bell Will Ring" and Liam Gallagher's "The Meaning of Soul". The performance received negative reviews, with ''NME'' calling it a "disaster."<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=NME news article|datedata=12 September 2005|workpraca=NME.COM|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> The ''BBC'''s Tom Bishop called Oasis' set "lacklustre and uneventful&nbsp;... prompting a mixed reception from fans", mainly because of Liam's uninspired singing and Starkey's lack of experience with the band's material.<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis fail to surprise Glastonbury|workpraca=BBC News|datedata=26 June 2004|lastnazwisko=Bishop|firstimię=Tom|accessdatedata dostępu=3 February 2008}}</ref>
After much turbulence, the band's sixth album was finally recorded in Los Angeles-based Capitol Studios from October to December the same year. Producer [[Dave Sardy]] took over the lead producing role from Noel,<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Zak Starkey fan site||accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> who decided to step back from these duties after a decade of producing leadership over the band. In May 2005, after three years and as many scrapped recording sessions, the band released their sixth studio album, ''[[Don't Believe the Truth]]'', fulfilling their contract with [[Sony BMG]]. It followed the path of ''Heathen Chemistry'' as being a collaborative project again, rather than a Noel-written album.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=NME news article|datedata=12 September 2005|workpraca=NME.COM|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> The album was the first in a decade not to feature drumming by Alan White, marking the recording debut of Starkey. The record was generally hailed as the band's best effort since ''Morning Glory'' by fans and critics alike, spawning two UK number one singles: "[[Lyla (song)|Lyla]]" and "[[The Importance of Being Idle (song)|The Importance of Being Idle]]", whilst "[[Let There Be Love (Oasis song)|Let There Be Love]]" entered at number&nbsp;2. Oasis picked up two awards at the Q Awards: one People's Choice Award and the second for ''Don't Believe the Truth'' as Best Album.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Telegraph news article | |accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=25 October 2007 }}</ref> Following in the footsteps of Oasis' previous five albums, ''Don't Believe the Truth'' also entered the UK album charts at number one.<ref name="UK Charts">[ "Oasis Chart history"] {{webarchive |url= |date=6 October 2014 }}. Official Charts Company. Retrieved 1 December 2014</ref> To date the album has sold more than 7 million copies worldwide.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Pictures of 50 fastest selling albums ever – Photos |publisheropublikowany=Nme.Com |datedata=27 April 2011 |accessdatedata dostępu=1 December 2014}}</ref>
[[File:Liamg.jpg|thumb|right|Oasis performing live at [[Shoreline Amphitheatre]], Mountain View, California in September 2005.]]
In May 2005, the band's new line-up embarked on a large scale world tour. Beginning on 10 May 2005 at the [[London Astoria]], and finishing on 31 March 2006 in front of a sold out gig in [[Mexico City]], Oasis played more live shows than at any time since the ''Definitely Maybe'' tour, visiting 26 countries and headlining 113 shows for over 3.2 million people. The tour passed without any major incidents and was the band's most successful in more than a decade. The tour included sold out shows at New York's [[Madison Square Garden]] and LA's [[Hollywood Bowl]].<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Back in anger (...continued)|workpraca=The Telegraph|datedata=4 June 2005|lastnazwisko=McLean|firstimię=Craig|accessdatedata dostępu=9 March 2008|location=London|publisheropublikowany=Telegraph Media Group}}</ref> A [[rockumentary]] film made during the tour, entitled ''[[Lord Don't Slow Me Down]]'' directed by [[Dick Carruthers]] was released in October 2007. A second DVD included live footage from an Oasis gig in Manchester from 2 July 2005.
Oasis released a compilation double album entitled ''[[Stop the Clocks]]'' in 2006, featuring what the band considers to be their "definitive" songs.<ref>[] {{webarchive |url= |date=6 August 2011 }}</ref> The band received the [[Brit Award]] for outstanding contribution to music in February 2007, playing several of their most famous songs afterwards.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis 'Outstanding' at BRIT Awards|datedata=14 February 2007|workpraca=NME.COM|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref> Oasis released their first ever digital-only release, "[[Lord Don't Slow Me Down (song)|Lord Don't Slow Me Down]]", in October 2007. The song debuted at number ten in the UK singles chart.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=NME News article|datedata=24 September 2007|workpraca=NME.COM|accessdatedata dostępu=28 September 2014}}</ref>
===''Dig Out Your Soul'': 2007–09===
The band's resurgence in popularity since the success of ''[[Don't Believe The Truth]]'' was highlighted in February 2008 when, in a poll to find the fifty greatest British albums of the last fifty years conducted by ''[[Q (magazine)|Q]]'' magazine and [[HMV]], two Oasis albums were voted first and second (''Definitely Maybe'' and ''(What's The Story) Morning Glory?'' respectively). Two other albums by the band appeared in the list – ''Don't Believe The Truth'' came in at number fourteen, and the album that has previously been heavily criticised by some of the media, ''Be Here Now'', made the list at No.22.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł Magazine Lists | |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref>
Oasis recorded for a couple of months in 2007 – between July and September — completing work on two new songs and demoing the rest. Zak Starkey was made official member of the band during sessions. They took a two-month break, because of the birth of Noel's son. The band re-entered the studio on 5 November 2007 and finished recording around March 2008<ref>[ Oasis Net news article]. Retrieved 9 March 2008. {{Dead link|date=October 2010|bot=H3llBot}}</ref> with producer [[Dave Sardy]]. In May 2008, Zak Starkey left the band after recording ''[[Dig Out Your Soul]]'', the band's seventh studio album. He was replaced by former [[The Icicle Works|Icicle Works]] drummer [[Chris Sharrock]] on their tour but Chris was not an official member of the band and Oasis remained as a four-piece. The first single from the record was "[[The Shock of the Lightning]]" written by Noel Gallagher, and was pre-released on 29 September 2008. ''[[Dig Out Your Soul]]'', the band's seventh studio album, was released on 6 October and went to number&nbsp;one in the UK and number&nbsp;five on the Billboard 200. The band started touring for a projected 18-month-long tour expected to last till September 2009, with support from [[Kasabian]], [[The Enemy (UK band)|The Enemy]] and [[Twisted Wheel (band)|Twisted Wheel]].<ref name="tourdates">{{citecytuj webstronę|titletytuł=Oasis tour dates|url=|accessdatedata dostępu=3 January 2009}}</ref> On 7 September 2008, while performing at [[Virgin Festival]] in Toronto, a member of the audience ran on stage and physically assaulted Noel.<ref name="Attack!">Thompson, Robert. [ "Noel Gallagher Describes on-Stage Attack"] {{webarchive |url= |date=24 February 2016 }}. [[]]. 24 March 2010.</ref> Noel suffered three broken and dislodged ribs as a result from the attack, and the group had to cancel several shows while he recovered.<ref name="Attack!"/> In June 2008, the band re-signed with Sony BMG for a three-album deal.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|authorautor=|url= |titletytuł=The Oasis Newsroom| |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref>
[[File:Noel Gallagher playing Champagne Supernova.jpg|thumb|upright|[[Noel Gallagher]] playing live at the Bell Centre, Montreal in 2008.]]
On 25 February 2009, Oasis received the [[List of NME Award winners#Shockwaves NME Awards 2009|NME Award]] for Best British Band of 2009<ref>{{Citecytuj newsstronę|url= |titletytuł=Oasis win best British band at NME awards |workpraca=The Guardian |datedata=26 February 2009 |accessdatedata dostępu=1 March 2009 | location=London |lastnazwisko=Jonze|firstimię=Tim}}</ref> as well as best blog for Noel's 'Tales from the Middle of Nowhere'.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Oasis, Alex Turner, Killers: Shockwaves NME Awards 2009 nominations &#124; News |publisheropublikowany=Nme.Com |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref>
On 4 June 2009, Oasis played the first of three concerts at Manchester's Heaton Park and after having to leave the stage twice due to a generator failure, came on the third time to declare the gig was now a free concert; it delighted the 70,000 ticket holders, 20,000 of whom claimed the refund.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis Refund £1&nbsp;million – Souvenir Checks Worth Selling|accessdatedata dostępu=23 July 2009|datedata=21 July 2009|publisheropublikowany=[[idiomag]]}}</ref> The band's two following gigs at the venue, on 6 and 7 June, proved a great success, with fans turning out in their thousands despite the changeable weather and first night's sound issues.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis Wembley Stadium Sound Blip|accessdatedata dostępu=15 July 2009|datedata=10 July 2009|publisheropublikowany=[[idiomag]]}}</ref>
===Split and aftermath: 2009–present===
[[File:Oasis sunderland.jpg|thumbnail|left|Liam Gallagher (left) and Chris Sharrock (right) during one of the last Oasis concerts at the [[Stadium of Light]] in Sunderland in June 2009.]]
As a result of Liam suffering laryngitis, Oasis cancelled a planned gig at [[V Festival]] in Chelmsford on 23 August 2009.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Oasis cancel V festival Chelmsford headline slot|authorautor=NME.COM|workpraca=NME.COM|accessdatedata dostępu=8 September 2015}}</ref>
Noel Gallagher made a statement in 2011 saying the gig was cancelled due to Liam having 'a hangover'.<ref name="">{{CiteCytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=Noel Gallagher reveals why Oasis split as he launches solo career - and blames violent row with Liam over advert|website=Mail Online|access-date=2016-06-19}}</ref> (Liam then sued Noel for lying on that matter and demanded an apology, stating "I want Oasis fans, and others who were at V, to know the truth","The truth is I had laryngitis, which Noel was made fully aware of that morning, diagnosed by a doctor."<ref>{{Citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Liam Gallagher sues brother Noel Gallagher for libel|datedata=2011-08-19|newspaper=BBC News|languagejęzyk=en-GB|access-date=2016-12-24}}</ref> Noel later issued an apology and the lawsuit was dropped.<ref>{{Citecytuj newsstronę|url=|titletytuł=Liam Gallagher drops lawsuit against Noel Gallagher - NME|datedata=2011-08-24|newspaper=NME|languagejęzyk=en-US|access-date=2016-12-24}}</ref>) Tension between the brothers rose and a fight between them in a backstage area on 28 August 2009 reportedly resulted in Liam throwing a plum and wielding Noel's guitar like an axe.<ref name=""/> The group's manager announced the cancellation of their concert at the [[Rock en Seine]] festival near Paris just minutes before it was about to begin, along with the cancellation of the last date at I-Day Festival and a statement that the group "does not exist anymore".<ref name="leparisien-split" /><ref name="ouestfrance-split"/><ref name="noelquitstatement">{{citecytuj webstronę|url=|titletytuł=A statement from Noel|datedata=28 August 2009|accessdatedata dostępu=28 August 2009}}</ref><ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Music – News – Oasis split as Noel Gallagher quits band |publisheropublikowany=Digital Spy |datedata=28 August 2009 |accessdatedata dostępu=3 October 2009}}</ref> Two hours later, a statement from Noel appeared on the band's website:
<blockquote>"It is with some sadness and great relief...I quit Oasis tonight. People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer."<ref>[ "Noel Gallagher Quits Oasis after Paris altercation"] {{webarchive |url= |date=16 March 2016 }}. NME. Retrieved 22 June 2015</ref> </blockquote>On the 6th of July 2011 Absolute Radio uploaded a video to YouTube where Noel Gallagher speaks about the night Oasis ended. Noel states within this video. 'If I had my time again I would have gone back and done the gig. I'd have done that gig and I'd have done the next gig and we'd have all gone away and we could have probably discussed it. We may never have split up.'<ref>{{Citation|last=Absolute Radio|title=Noel Gallagher on why Oasis split up|date=2011-07-06|url=|accessdate=2016-06-19}}</ref>
On 16 February 2010, Oasis won the award for Best Brit Album of the Last 30 Years at the [[2010 Brit Awards]].<ref>{{citecytuj newsstronę|lastnazwisko=Harper|firstimię=Kate|url= |titletytuł=Oasis Album Declared Best of Past 30 Years at BRIT Awards |workpraca=Chart Attack |datedata=16 February 2010|accessdatedata dostępu=5 May 2010|archiveurl= <!--Added by H3llBot-->|archivedate=25 April 2010}}</ref> Liam Gallagher collected the award alone before presenting his speech, which thanked Bonehead, McGuigan and Alan White but not his brother, Noel.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Liam Gallagher snubs Noel as Oasis win Brit Album of 30 Years award | |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref> Liam threw his microphone and the band's award into the crowd.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Liam Gallagher Hits Back at Brits Host Peter Kay | |datedata=18 February 2010 |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref> On 15 March 2010, Liam defended his actions at the awards ceremony, saying "I'm sick of it all being about me and Noel, the last couple of months has pretty much been all about me and him so I thought it was only right to mention the other lads who played on the album and the best fans in the world," and "I thought it was a nice gesture to give this to the fans, obviously it was misinterpreted as per usual." about throwing the award.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|lastnazwisko=Hudson |firstimię=Alex |url= |titletytuł=Liam Gallagher Explains Noel Snub at Brit Awards | |datedata=15 March 2010 |accessdatedata dostępu=7 February 2011}}</ref>
''[[Time Flies... 1994–2009]]'', a compilation album containing singles by the group, was released on 14 June 2010.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Oasis&nbsp;– ‘Time Flies... 1994–2009′ Will Be Released 14&nbsp;June 2010 | |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=23 June 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=7 April 2010 }}</ref><ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Oasis Singles Collection To Be Released in June | |datedata= |accessdatedata dostępu=23 June 2010}}</ref><ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Time Flies for Oasis &#124; Music &#124; STV Entertainment | |datedata=1 April 2010 |accessdatedata dostępu=23 June 2010}}</ref> The decision to make the compilation a singles collection, and the track order, was decided by Noel Gallagher, who released a number of videos to the Oasis [[YouTube]] account relating to the collection.
On 26 February 2014, Noel via the band's official website announced that the first three studio albums would be reissued, remastered and re-released throughout the remainder of 2014 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of ''Definitely Maybe''. A remastered 3-disc version of ''Definitely Maybe'' was released on 19 May 2014.<ref name="Pitchfork Media">{{citecytuj webstronę |url= |titletytuł=Oasis – Definitely Maybe: Chasing the Sun Edition|firstimię=Ryan |lastnazwisko=Dombal |publisheropublikowany=[[Pitchfork Media]] |datedata=22 May 2014 |accessdatedata dostępu=23 May 2014}}</ref>
A [[Documentary film|documentary]] titled ''[[Oasis: Supersonic]]'' was released on 26 October 2016, which tells the story of Oasis from their beginnings to the height of their fame during the summer of 1996. Produced by the same team behind the [[Academy Award]]-winning biopic ''[[Amy (2015 film)|Amy]]'', ''Oasis: Supersonic'' features up close and personal footage, as well as never before seen archive material and interviews with the band.<ref>{{citecytuj webstronę|url= |titletytuł=Archived copy |accessdatedata dostępu=2016-05-16 |deadurl=no |archiveurl= |archivedate=1 June 2016 |df=dmy }}, 'Supersonic' has been revealed as a new Oasis documentary title, retrieved on 16 May 2016</ref>
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