Is An Oasis Reunion Worth £20 million?

Noel Gallagher recently made headlines when he said he would be willing to take the stage with his brother Liam for an Oasis reunion…. for £20 million ($29.2 million).

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Oasis’ Gem Archer and Noel Gallagher share an unplugged moment at L.A.’s Wadsworth Theater.

While the amount is a king’s ransom, the statement is the most open Noel has been about a reunion since quitting the band in 2009.

“For twenty million quid, one gig – that is good money isn’t it?” he said in an interview with the Daily Star. “But I have never had that offer from anyone yet.”

The music Oasis made in the ’90s influenced a generation of rockers, but some feel the band’s work was overshadowed by the Gallaghers’ legendary sibling rivalry.

The brothers, their music and their relationship will be explored in a documentary about the band titled “Supersonic”, slated for release in October. The film was being promoted at Cannes International Film Festival earlier this week.

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Super Bock Super Rock Festival, Parque Das Nações, Lisbon, Portugal

Noel has his own band these days, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, and Liam was playing with Beady Eye until 2014, when he announced the group was no more.  

With Oasis in the headlines once again, we were wondering: Does Noel’s price mean the reunion won’t happen?  Do you think the show would be worth the price tag? Commenting is free, but you will have to log into your Facebook account before offering your thoughts.