Oasis: Supersonic

Synopsis: An in-depth look at the life and music of Manchester-based rock band, Oasis.
Director(s): Mat Whitecross
Production: Mint Pictures
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
122 min

Does the red light mean it's on, yeah?

- Yeah.

- Pour a few glasses at me.

I've had about four f*cking

coffees today, man,

and they've f*cking proper knocked me out.

What the f*ck's going on?

Now I'm f*cking double tired,

it's like, come on.

All right, how are we doing

in there, are we good?

Yeah, we're rolling,

I'm just going to do a sync pip.

Okay, lovely.

So, what do you think

looking back at that time

because it was, like,

two-and-a-half years really,

from being signed to playing Knebworth.

What happened to that band?

What happened to you in those three years?

Sorry, that was a big question.

It is a big question,

and it deserves a big answer.

RAs Oasis gears up to rock

a quarter of a million fans,

we're live from Knebworth.

By Sunday night, Oasis will have played

to more than a third of a million people

in just over one week.

Hi, this is Jo Whiley

welcoming you to a rather special event,

the live gig of the decade.

In just over three years, Oasis

will have gone from being a new signing

to one of rock's true giants.

Oasis! Oasis! Oasis!

Three, two, one!

Are we not playing a game?

Oasis was definitely like a f*cking Ferrari.

Great to look at, great to drive,

and it would f*cking spin out of control

every now and again when you go too fast.

We were just lads from a council estate.

Two brothers, head cases.

Oasis' greatest strength

was the relationship between me and Liam.

It's also what drove the band

into the ground in the end,

you know what I mean?

# There we were, now here we are

# All this confusion

# Nothing's the same to me

# There we were, now here we are

# All this confusion

# Nothing's the same to me

# I can't tell you the way I feel because

# The way I feel is oh so new to me

# I can't tell you the way I feel because

# The way I feel is oh so new to me #

For me, music, I wasn't into it until, like,

when I was about 16 or 17 maybe.

Anyone with a guitar, or in a band

I thought was a bit suspect,

you know what I mean?

And like, I'd hurl abuse at them.

I used to share a room with Noel.

A bit of a stoner, a bit of a loner.

You know, he had a guitar,

so he was copping for it,

you know what I mean?

Always very quiet, Noel.

Always in his room

with a piece of paper and a pen

and he'd be writing.

Always strumming the guitar.

Many is the time I went up

and I knocked that guitar and said,

"Bloody guitar, you get on my bloody nerves!"

Yeah, I mean,

once I'd discovered weed and guitars,

you got into another world.

What would you want to go out for?

Everything I ever wanted in life

was coming out of the speakers.

I don't know why me and Liam

would be so different.

We both had the same childhood,

do you know what I mean?

He was a devil, Liam.

Full of it, yeah.

Total attention seeker.

Robbing your clothes, robbing your records,

robbing your this, robbing your that.

Robbing your money.

Definitely a bit of a show-off,

but not to the point where it's,

like, f*cking,

you know, Bonnie Langford,

do you know what I mean?

Or one of them little f*cking brats

with jazz hands.

Well, Liam was, allegedly,

he was the cock of the school.

No one messed with him.

I think one day some rival school turned up

and boshed him on the head with a hammer.

We were stood there having a cig

and I remember all these lads coming down.

These kids pulled out this little f*cking

hammer and went whack on my head.

Blood everywhere.

Got out of f*cking double Maths,

so that was all right.

I've got a perfect alibi for that,

so it's nothing to do with me!

From that day on,

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