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Noel Gallagher Apologizes For
Posted by Ashish on 09.24.2012



In an interview with Q, Noel Gallagher apologizes for "ruining dance music." He said that he realized while at Coachella that the shift from house music to guitar bands in the 1990s happened after Oasis got big.

"One of the best nights I've had out recently was at Coachella. We were up till seven o'clock in the morning, listening to those classic house tunes, going, Why did music have to change? Why couldn't it have stayed like this? Then someone said, It's because of you! And I was, 'Yeah, sorry about that'."

He added that his track "AKA What A Life!" is his danciest track yet.

"It's taken me 20 years to write a song which could've actually been played in the Haçienda!"





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