Elsewhere, "The Meaning of Soul" is described guitarist Noel Gallagher as "Elvis on Red Bull," while the single "Lyla" is said to approximate "the Soundtrack of Our Lives doing the Who on Skol in a ps

The track list for the upcoming Oasis album, "Don't Believe the Truth," has been confirmed, and includes one song, "Guess God Thinks I'm Abel," that appears to reference the Gallagher brothers' famously feuding personalities in comparison to the biblical figures Cain and Abel.

Elsewhere, "The Meaning of Soul" is described guitarist Noel Gallagher as "Elvis on Red Bull," while the single "Lyla" is said to approximate "the Soundtrack of Our Lives doing the Who on Skol in a psychedelic city in the sky (or something!)." Cuban percussionist Lenny Castro guests on "Part of the Queue," which Noel claims "doesn't sound remotely like anything we've ever done before."

"Don't Believe the Truth" is due May 30 internationally via Big Brother and the next day in North America via Epic. In support, Oasis will play its first North American shows in three years, beginning June 17 in Toronto. That run will be preceded U.K. headlining dates and European festival appearances, including three sold-out stadium shows in the band's Manchester hometown.

Here is the track list for "Don't Believe the Truth":

"Turn up the Sun"
"Mucky Fingers"
"Lyla"
"Love Like a Bomb"
"The Importance of Being Idle"
"The Meaning of Soul"
"Guess God Thinks I'm Abel"
"Part of the Queue"
"Keep the Dream Alive"
"A Bell Will Ring"
"Let There Be Love"