Un amore iniziato leggendo un’intervista dei fratelli Gallagher che “every other word was either ‘fuck’ or ‘cunt'”. Da questo momento Lars Ulrich ha cominicato a seguire le gesta degli Oasis ma soprattutto la loro musica. “It reeked of attitude and not giving a fuck, which at the time at the height of the shoegazing-I-can’t-handle-being-a-rockstar attitudes that were becoming mainstream was very refreshing. If you didn’t live in England at the time, it may be difficult to truly understand the cultural impact and significance Oasis had on all things English in the mid 90s… The Oasis phenomenon cut across all shapes, sizes, boundaries and classes. Everybody knew Oasis, and in some way were impacted by them. And if they didn’t love them, it was often the polarising opposite. But most importantly, nobody didn’t care. Everyone had an opinion. Everybody had a thought. Nobody ignored them. No one. Oasis has been the soundtrack to my life for the last 20 years on this wonderful planet. I have stories and pictures in my mind that go along with everything, from the first time I heard particular songs and read certain articles, to hearing about the band’s shenanigans and festivities”.