The rise of the story about Oasis and Gallagher brothers is perhaps a promise.
Since the age of twenty-five, Britpop glory has high altitude and low fractures, feasts, falls and allegations, drugs, fights, secretive shows and clean teeth; Everything was well documented.
In the Supersonic of 2016, at least in 1996, the documentary directed to the children's concert concerts recorded at Knebworth in 1996, the biggest ever ever in the UK. The film continues with the rise of the meteorization of the band and becomes a soap opera with fractures Noel and Liam.
But then Oasis, fans will always have more room.
Nowadays, Iain Robertson's CEO and CEO and Tim Abbot, CEO of Creation Records, tells their stories with the band "a true story (in all its glory)." "live Q & A show. They will be the previously unseen footage and photos, they say, and what's inside is what it's really like to hear.
"In the first days, there were only about ten people who were part of an Oasis twin machine, and that band included," says Robertson, an ancient paratrooper. "There are stories people … well, they were not, but … there were concerts, perhaps in a hotel room, but this incredible daily experience of this band was what was, well, everything was" f ***? ", Basically We were that. "
Robertson recalled the band in 1994 with a fan of the stage. Like many of those who saw these events, he remembers the feeling of something great.
"It was just this animal intensity," he says. "On the wall of yesterday the audience made chairs, it was a phenomenon."
In a supersonic wake, he and Abbots decided to hear more about their own experiences.
"Noel is probably one of the best-of-breed composers," says Hardcore fans, Abbot, fans and alcoholics. "And Liam is a strange curious excellence.
"They were totally dedicated, it was the hardest job I worked on, the chaos always looked like, but chaos was organized, we had a great job in the dysfunction family."
Robertson describes it as a "fierce, full-blown environment", but in the end, to make Gallaghers work for good men.
"[Noel] He was always completely certain when reality was different. "There was a lot of confidence, he says, but he does not think of pride, even how to find it.
"I would say [with Noel] The armor was really like a suit. With Liam, I think Liam had confidence but … I do not know how he thought things.
"This is one of the things that I love about the knee honesty. We announce all announcements, everyone's filters, Liam will not tell you exactly what he thinks, and you must have a rock and roll star to escape.
"Besides, you are asking what you are asking: are you?" No, are we pampering? "Obviously, it's not. & # 39; No, we're great & # 39;
If possible, Robertson and Abbot often ask about the relationship of his brother. Will the fans ever see an experimental meeting?
"The country's card would be the hottest," Abbot says. "But they are not together again, however, to predict the future.
"Liam Idol, Noel, is not about that. It does not get any remedies."
Robertson will never happen to the meeting. What would he do He laughed "My house."
"I can only talk from a couple of years, but the savages – and I choose that word carefully – is totally real," he says.
"There is no lack of understanding, where it comes from. They come from two different worlds.
"There were several occasions in the throat of each other, and I do not mean that they should be distributed physically as a rotating phrase, and thought, they were selling millions, not unhappy about it?
"But in the middle of all, there was anger. The word bitterness would be incorrect, but it was totally risky. That's interesting."
In the end, the sense of danger explained how Robertson split it with a band.
"I will be honest, in my time I made a mistake with them, I was a little too self-critical," he says. "I did my work, get from A to B. You have to send it to 8 am and have it until 6am.
"It's a way of doing it … But I'm informed about Oasis: you need to get that kind of flu.
"I took a little bit, some appreciated, but Liam did not."
When he came to Paris, Robertson said that Liam had a conversation with a DJ, along with Eddie Izzard. Izzard, the French speaker, escaped the conversation rapidly, says, "and Liam went away, the toys were thrown out of the pram."
Robertson continues: "It's very easy to unravel the role of the blue touch. Then we were driving and I got out of the car and immediately came out." He says it's as if it were the most common in the world.
"It's a result of Liam, and I never expected this – I punch myself. I could not cope. But that was it.
"Noel was lovely [about it]. It's beautiful. When you pass the game, it's a game, when you get Noel there's really good courtesy. "
There are still hard feelings. Robertson looks at Liami clearly.
"The question we asked most is:" Liam really ** works ** one? I really think that this point is missing, "he says.
"What is Liam, a rock and roll star? Are you expecting your rock and roll stars?
"There is no intensity around that which is difficult, sometimes unpleasant, difficult to manage, and that was part of my work, many people were asked to apologize to many people, but it is a rock star."
"They were the last two rock and roll stars that came out of Britain," says Abbott, who also worked with Robbie Williams. "It's worth a million or so, but it's ordinary people.
"I never became a celebrity, but I realized that a lot of people got caught up in the waves, but that's just Liam. It was Noel.
"It could be all the trappings of riches and celebrities, but this is not a bit of a kind. They were associated with the people, with that country, I think they saw many people. Well, no one, obviously, but a lot of people, because children have done well. The oiks that came from the North were first seen, but they spoke according to the expert. "
He continues: "We had a relationship of unbelievable work. F ****** was hanging on your hats. There were two excellent collections. I truly believe Be Here Now is not a bad album, but it has become a corporation that has become too cruel and cruel. It was crazy, famous. And you know, Liam was not going to school … "
What Liam did, what he did was humor. Gallaghers were always the gold headlines.
"They were the rulers of Noel and Liam Soundbite," Abbot says. "" Cocaine on my corn flakes! "What is the line? Who is not it?
Oasis and cocaine in the 90s were synonymous, and people always wondered about drug use of the band, he says. Who does not have to listen to more time Noel apparently took the cocaine Downing Street for the queen?
But Abbot says that Q & A shows "not a kiss". "They are really lovers of music".
But they'll share their favorite anecdotes, "Robertson says," behind the "velvet rope" enthusiasts.
Liam tells the story of time when he met John McEnroe.
"We're in the bar and John and Liam meet and John knew who Oasis was. Then, in America, it was a great thing. And John wrote Liam's song and did not irony. He performed this Capella performance. It was out, was in "#"; tennis references were made. Liamen's cheeks left open. "
Robertson also reminds Shaun Ryder of a moment of excitement.
"We played in the quarterfinals and it was a small space in the Hacienda, the stage was very small.
"Shaun wanted to see it on one side, and Noel said that it was not for him to leave for Shaun Ryder. He did not like him. He would not leave me to Manchester.
"But I think he's mellowed now," he said.
But his favorite moment is when he learned about Liam's cleaning habits.
"We stopped inside Europe and played on the Liam football field, a ball back by the bus. Bonehead [Paul Arthurs, the band’s guitarist at the time] He was trying to sleep indoors.
"Bonehead gets up and pulls Liam into a line. We're asking for time and going to the hotel room," I want a bath, "he says. Liam stopped:" What do you mean? Are you going to have a bath?
"I want to return to the room and have a bath."
"Liam looks at himself:" You can not have a bath. Oasis do not have baths ".
:: RYSG Management and Promotions presents Oasis: The Real Story (All In Its Glory), with Iain Robertson and Tim Abbot, on Friday O2 Academy is in Sheffield