Justin: Do you think people have approached this album differently because the vocalists are associated more with mainstream music? All in all, a great show Loud, relentless and deceptively tuneful.
So what was your highlight? An excellent performance. DayBeat: Which was your favorite festival this summer?
And yes, Craig went insane at the end. In the studio we listen to different things. He's worked with people like Herbie Hancock.
But one I did play was, I think, Richard X hcat the Sugababes one on 7", but that was quite a while ago. Someone mentioned it and I think we changed it before we were asked to. When Richard and Tim came in for a live guest chat ahead of their One Live in Nottingham gig you got the chance to ask them about the new sounds of the album, guest vocalists and their inspirations from film We said we'd take risks on this album, and that's the risk nottingam taking.
I always listen to a lot of dub and techno and stuff. Richard: A record label called Dead Elvis in Ireland. So it's pretty much the same thing now.
By the encore I was ready to kneel down and pay homage at the feet of one of the best live bands around. Tim: If you wanted one person in particular whose influence was greatest, it was Dr Subramaniam - he influenced the album more than anyone else. Matt Bingham: "Doves took the roof off with what can only be described as a blinding set.
If there's a better band live in Nottingham all this week I'll abseil naked down Nottingham Castle. Hope that came across on the radio. It was quite a long time ago. Richard: At the Social people tended to think there was one particular nottngham of music, but there were all kinds being played.
Tim: Also, there's Electralane who are supporting us tonight - a four piece all girl band. Tim: I didn't get to any this summer. Richard: I went to Benicasin in Spain - it was mental.
Our bassist who is on the internet a lot found it. Up the Bracket was definitely one of the high points of the evening.
They managed to hold it together very well, amid cries of "have a fight"! If you get the chance, go and see them. Richard: He's one of the greatest Indian classical violinists, known all over the world.
Death In Vegas 22nd October "If you nottihgham one person in particular whose influence was greatest, it was Dr Subramaniam - he influenced the album more than anyone else. Tim: Someone did an acoustic version of Scorpio Rising before the album came out, and posted it onto an Oasis website.
Hopefully we'll go to most of them next year. We met him early on, before making the record, and discussed our plans. Check out what people were saying about the gigs on the Message Board and post your review They're brilliant.
Rembrant: How did you get Liam Gallagher involved and did he make any contributions to the Scorpio Rising track - apart from singing that is?! That's been done for years in hip-hop, although not so much two completely different records. Just brilliant. By the end of Outtatheway the audience was captivated, dancing to the tune of their new god - Craig. We'd done a remix under the name of Death in Cjat so we used that instead.
It's quite funny cos he couldn't work out all the nottingham chat. It was hot and sweaty, there was crowd surfing by the bands and the fans, drum kits being cjat, and a geezer singing about darts and kebabs. If I'm not actually working at them I feel faintly embarrassed to be there - you always feel like there should be a moment where you get the butterflies and that's when you look forward to finishing so you can enjoy yourself.
Lee: What do you think of all the bootleg records in the last year, are you playing these out when you DJ?