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Topics: Music, Beatles, Oasis

Saturday, 2 December 2006

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A ritualistic burning of Oasis goods took place here last night

Noel Gallagher, one half of those two Manc gits who call themselves Oasis, has angered the entire World by claiming that Oasis "Are bigger than the Beatles"

The arrogant boast has caused uproar with Beatles fans and we have received reports of groups of them getting together with Oasis CDs, posters and effigies of the brothers and burning them in ritualistic ceremonies.

One Beatles fan, Wavy Gravy, told The Spoof:

"Hey man...like far out baby. The Beatles were real groovy and I really dug those beautiful cats"

The Church has put its two penn 'worth into the controversy calling for the Gallaghers to be burnt at the stake. Radical Cleric Father Seamus Always has said:

"If the Gallaghers are claiming that they are bigger than the Beatles then it follows, that they are by implication, claiming to bigger than God himself, for sure, wasn't that the claim that the filthy heathen John Lennon once made for the lovable Liverpool mop-tops?"

Paul McCartney was said not to want to get involved in the dispute as he needs all his money for his upcoming divorce case against porn star Heather Mills McCartney

The Spoof can't help but Wonderwall (sic) when this will end. Oasis will most probably have to Roll with it (arrgh!) and hope that in a few years they Don't look back in anger (That's it he's been sacked) at the controversy.

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