With Oasis as the biggest band in Britain, Q has managed to get Noel Gallagher on the cover with the headline “THE GREATEST SONGWRITER OF THE 90s?”
The magazine comes with a free casette tape of songs from the Channel 4 show ‘The White Room’
Meanwhile, Mick Jagger is in the news after doing an online webchat with fans. Well worth getting dial-up for.
1995 was reviewed with most of the coverage focusing on the chart battles between Blur and Oasis.
Q lists “20 CRAP THINGS THAT HAPPENED IN 1995”, among which includes : Irvine Welsh, Prince Naseem Hamed, Hollyoaks, Jim Davidson’s Generation Game, The OJ Simpson Trial, and Princess Diana.
Hope the Daily Express don’t find out about that last one.
Stone Roses get five pages dedicated to them, where Mani proclaims “We have the X-Factor”
Within six months, they had split up, before reforming in 2011.
Thus far, they have never appeared on an ITV talent show.
Noel Gallagher gets five pages dedicated to him. We wouldn’t have been happy if he looked at the album chart, as Oasis were number two behind Robson and Jerome.
John Lennon (The Beatles) and Freddie Mercury (Queen) make posthumous appearances in the top ten while Michael Jackson is at number nine, one place ahead of Pulp, which maybe inspired Jarvis Cocker to bare his arse at Jackson at that month’s Brit Awards.
Stuart Maconie’s round-up of the best of the (still fledgling) internet sees him review a Tina Turner fansite.
One of the greatest inventions of the modern era, and somebody is using it to show their love for Tina Turner.