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Oasis 'Accuse Coldplay Of Copying Their Release Idea'
May 23, 2008
Oasis representatives believe Coldplay have copied the band by choosing to release their new album on a Thursday.
Oasis apparently think this is because Coldplay are trying to beat their fastest-selling British album record, which they set with ‘Be Here Now’.
Oasis’s album sold a massive 700,000 copies in just three days when it was released in 1997.
“Some people reckon Coldplay have nicked their successful blueprint from Be Here Now to try to break the record,” an insider said.
Responding to the claim in the Sun Newspaper, a spokesperson for the band said that the release date was brought forward to bring it into line with the rest of Europe.
(by Jason Gregory)
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