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Blur's Graham Coxon also said today that the band would support a reformed Oasis "for a quarter of a billion."
The Oasis frontman is reportedly set to perform with the Who singer and others during a TV spot this week.
In a new interview, Blur bassist Alex James said that the feuding between his band and Oasis, who have historically been adversarial, has quieted down.
Oasis' former manager, Alan McGee, has addressed reunion reunion rumors, saying he “can’t see a reunion happening.”
Referring to a spoken-word single from 1995 that features the brothers arguing, Noel said, "His argument is 'I'm just being a dick all the time.'"