Noel Gallgher always understood the importance of being obvious — fist-pumping guitar chords, stadium rattling bass lines, bobblehead-inducing drum beats, simple-Simon ‘moon in June’ rhymes that sound like Shakespeare to the besotted ears of soccer hooligans everywhere when bleated through the clenched teeth of his brother Liam’s gloriously feral Lennon-esque whine — which is why Oasis went champagne supernova in the mid-90s and ruled Britannia for the better part of the decade. Massive egos and sibling rivalry — aggravated by oceans of lager and mounds of cocaine the size of the Peruvian Andes — along with the inevitable bursting of the Britpop bubble finally put a period on the end of Oasis saga in 2009. The Brothers Gallagher split off into competing solo projects (Noel’s High Flying Birds and Liam’s now-disbanded Beady Eye), trashing each other in the press before forging an uneasy truce that finds both monetizing the Oasis legacy with new solo albums near-annually and ensuing tours. Which is what brings dear Liam to the Festival Pier tomorrow night, on the Philly stop of a co-headling tour with ex-Verve frontman Richard Ashcroft for the benefit of true believers, 90s nostalogists and newbies that missed it the first time. We have a pair of tix to give away to some lucky duck Phawker reader. To qualify to win, all you have to do is 1.) sign up for our mailing list. (Located above right, just below the masthead. Trust us, this is something you want to do. In addition to breaking news alerts and Phawker updates, you also get advanced warning about groovy concert ticket giveaways and other free swag opportunities like this one!) 2) After signing up, send us an email at PHAWKER66@GMAIL.COM telling us a much, with the words BE HERE NOW in the subject line AND the correct answer to the following Oasis trivia question: Who is Guigsy? Please include your full name and a mobile number for confirmation. Good luck and godspeed!