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Are You Ready For ‘Supersonic’? A New Oasis Documentary Coming This Fall




If you have watched any music documentary (I have just watched the one about the Melvins, ‘Colossus of Destiny’) you probably think that they are very formulaic. A succession of Interviews and old footages, more interviews of ex band members and soon it can get very boring unless you are very passionate about the band in question.

‘Supersonic’ is a new documentary about Oasis and it promises to be different as ‘Rather than include talking head videos interspersed with archival footage like many documentaries, ‘Supersonic’ will feature only quotes from and about the band members,’ reports KROQ. ‘It seems like Liam and Noel are in the same room, like they’re having a conversation,’ said Mat Whitecross, who will direct the film with Asif Kapadia (‘Amy’) as executive director.

Since both brothers are not on good terms these days, as it is the case most of time, they won’t be appearing onscreen together, but it is the miracle they have agreed on the making of the movie. Whitecross remains optimistic regarding the possible involvement of the two unpredictable brothers in the movie promotion and premiere: ‘Well, things seem to change with them day by day, so who knows? But I wouldn’t put my house on it.’ Me neither!

Speaking to Q Magazine, Whitecross said that the brothers were ‘asking after each other’ when conducting their interviews for the film, asking what the other had been saying. However, early June, Liam Gallagher was mad at Noel and the documentary makers for not premiering the documentary in Manchester, and was making fun of it, in a very Gallagher style: ‘So check this out apparently some clown trying to tell me this film about my fucking band yeah MY band is not premiering in MCR.’

‘Supersonic’ will follow Oasis’ success, breakup and aftermath and will be released on October 2nd. But I have a confession to make, if I want to see a Oasis doc, I want to see the two brothers fighting nails and teeth, I want to see some action, at least some verbal action. If it is once again a love fest, not at all realistic of what’s going on in real life, what’s the point? Well, money may be the point obviously.

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