The record company exec who signed Oasis and helped launch Britpop on the world says he thinks the band will reform in the future.
According to NME.com, Alan McGee, one-time head of Creation Records, told BBC 6 Music:
"Even if it's not the Morning Glory tour, I think you will see Oasis play again, not as a band like [Primal] Scream but I can see them doing a huge gig for charity in a few years but they've just got to stop insulting each other."
The colorful music biz impresario is currently working on a stage production with Irvine Welsh, author of "Trainspotting", telling NME it has "nothing to do with Creation or Britpop in that respect".
Thanks for the report to Andrew Vaughan, Gibson.com.