Oasis’ management company Ignition were aware of the dangers of overexposure, and before its release sought to control the media’s access to the album. Ignition’s campaign included limiting pre-release radio airplay, and requesting that journalists sign gag agreements. These tactics resulted in the alienation of members of both the music and mainstream media, as well as many industry personnel connected with the band. Ignition’s attempts to limit pre-release access served to fuel large scale speculation and publicity within the British music scene.
The music magazine “Q” said that “Be Here Now” sounds like “Cocaine set to music”
Edited by BostonIrish on 11 Feb 2010, 01:54
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Wikipedia, Q Music, Noel Gallagher
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