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Order Oasis tickets for the 2009 world tour. Oasis concert tickets make a return to the concert series after an extended hiatus. The British rock group finds a sort of re-birth with the release of their new album, Don’t Believe the Truth which includes the hit “Lyla”. While the group never really went away, Don’t Believe the Truth is a return to the music fans are familiar with and haven’t embraced since the release of Be Here Now in 1997. With a return to mainstream, Oasis tickets will be a desired commodity.
Oasis literally burst onto the scene in 1994 with the album Definitely Maybe, a success on both sides of the Atlantic. They quickly followed with the album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory that firmly cemented them atop of the rock charts and brought British rock back into the mainstream. The catchy, melodic tunes that spanned all influences British were penned by Noel Gallagher and belted out by brother Liam. But as with all brothers, squabbling ensued which put a sour note on the group, plus Oasis handling of the press in a brash and terse manner only set them up for the fall.
While Oasis ticket and CD sales have lagged in the U.S., Oasis still continued to perform in Great Britain, but not at the greatness they had experienced previously, musically, or in popularity. The band soon lost their former members, except the Gallaghers, but the addition of Andy Bell and Gem Archer in 2000 seemed to bring a cohesion that was always lacking. Finally, Don’t Believe the Truth has brought the band around full circle and making rock music as they originally had with catchy riffs, melodic choruses, and a little bit of everything mixed in. As Noel Gallagher recently put it about the band’s reemergence, “If somebody had said to me in 12 years you’ll be in a band with your brother and two carrot-munching geezers who don’t like football, I would have said f* off, I’m not joining the Bee Gees.”
Reserve Oasis tickets now for a long awaited world tour. The British boys are back performing at their best, with maybe just the occasional sneer for the press.