OASIS have headed up an entirely arbitrary new chart in today's Metro newspaper...
To accompany a story about the Government relaxing the ban on buskers on LondonUnderground, and said buskers being made to audition before they will be granted a license to perform, they've come up with a list of "Top Tube Tunes", and Wonderwall is at the head of it...
It's a list of golden oldies, with the only other popEx artist being crinkly Bob Dylan with "Knockin' On Heaven's Door"...
The full lineup follows:
+Streets of London, Ralph McTell
+Yesterday, The Beatles
+No Woman No Cry, Bob Marley
+Wonderful Tonight, Eric Clapton
+Hey Joe, Jimi Hendrix
+Hey Jude, The Beatles
+Mrs Robinson, Simon and Garfunkel
+Knockin' On Heaven's Door, Bob Dylan
+American Pie, Don McLean
Bit of a suspicious list, where is "Here Comes The Sun", "All Along The Watchtower" or "Reign In Blood"?
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