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Published on February 19th, 2014 | by Alan Cross

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Meanwhile, In the World of Blur vs. Oasis…

With a new solo album called Everyday Robots coming April 29, Damon Albarn is the subject of a new documentary produced by The Culture Show on the BBC.  You can watch the whole thing here (via Stereogum).

Meanwhile, the much-rumoured Oasis movie is once again in the discussion stage.  Noel says that a number of people have approached him to talk about a film he wants to call 20 Years a Geezer.  At the same time, Liam in LA with director Michael Winterbottom for discussions on a movie about the Beatles Apple Corps venture (Spoiler: It ends badly and the band breaks up.)  More at Contact Music.

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One Response to Meanwhile, In the World of Blur vs. Oasis…

  1. Dan says:

    I’m a big fan of Oasis, but is their story really interesting enough to justify a movie?

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