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Oasis reunion on the horizon?

British tabloids are abuzz this week with news that brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher of Oasis have finally ended their almost 5-year long feud.

One of the band's later performances, before breaking up.
Photo by Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images

Back in 2009, the Gallagher brothers had a backstage fight (not their first, certainly) that escalated so far they called off the band. According to reports, they have hardly spoken since then, until a recent family gathering in Ireland.

It appears the Gallagher duo may be considering opening a bar together with their mum Peggy, possibly even naming it after Oasis' old hit 'Champagne Supernova' from back in their heyday.

While this gossip offered no speculation on Oasis itself reuniting, other rumors abound suggesting Oasis might someday be together again. Original Oasis guitarist Paul Arthurs (who has not been with Oasis since 1999) hinted at the fact Liam Gallagher had too much passion for music to turn down any future offer of a huge crowd waiting on Oasis to play.

While an Oasis reunion would be good for both the brothers, who have had hit-and-miss success since the band's breakup (Liam with his act Beady Eye and Noel's solo endeavors), it remains to be seen if the world is prepared to have the oft-loathed group together again and producing new material. The only way for the Gallaghers to find if they still have an audience in 2014 and beyond will be to make the rumor mill spout truth.

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