Saturday, 8 October 2011

Oasis's Noel Gallagher says Beady Eye won't be able to cope this album

Oasis's Noel Gallagher says that Beady Eye won't be able to cope if an 'album face-off' occurs between him and the band.

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The musician release on forthcoming month his debut solo LP, 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds'.

However, the 'AKA...What A Life!' singer was the first record to Beady Eye's debut 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' is something that he thinks will be a problem with some members hope to compare.

In a web interview with, he said: 'I don't care, but the nature in which we live with the internet and all that, the people out there are going to do that anyway. You know Beady Eye were compared to me before I'd even had a record out so that's just the nature of it.

'If my record sells more than theirs it doesn't mean my record is better than theirs, music is all about the perception of the listener, it doesn't really matter. I hope it doesn't get like that 'cause I kind handle that kind of thing' you know? But there's people in Beady Eye who can't be cool about it and not get drawn into stuff so I hope there's isn't some kind of album face-off but there's nothing I can do about it.'

Noel has also released his solo album which is on October 17, Liam is ready for evaluation and he expect the world to hear very soon after they heard that the frontman is stable.

The rock star - who hasn't spoken to his sibling since Oasis split - added: 'I know Liam has heard 'The Death of You and Me' because he tweeted about it. As soon as hears the album the world will know exactly what he feels about it. I don't think he'll leave anybody in any doubt what he thinks.'

Thursday, 29 September 2011

Oasis's Noel Gallagher has taken aim at Lady Gaga

Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher has taken aim at Lady Gaga, insists his popularity is due to clever marketing and the music turned down, "Madonna-lite."

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Rocker is up and coming artists, but admits that he closely monitors the "Poker Face" to press the button, baffled by the hype surrounding it.

He is adamant that the tracks do not stand the test of time and he tried to stand up to the bombings as "freaks and weirdos."

Gallagher tells rock magazine Q, “I don’t give a f**king monkey’s about Lady Gaga. It’s all about the meat suit and the controversy. Is it about music? Really? She’s got the publicity side sorted, but where’s the f**king music?

“Her first album gets played a lot round my house by my daughter. Paparazzi? It’s Madonna-lite. Madonna was hardcore. She took it to the edge musically as well as everything else. Twenty years from now, will we listen to Lady Gaga? No.

“She might think she is making a stand for the freaks and the weirdos but they’re not going to have any decent f**king music to play are they? My daughter loves her though so I’ll shut up before I become offensive.”

Thursday, 28 July 2011

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Oasis's Liam Gallagher has hit back in this time at Noel

Oasis's Liam Gallagher has hit back in this time at Noel, branding his brother a "little bitch."

Noel his new solo project, 'Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds' at the beginning of the distribution of oasis broke his silence, with the older sibling calling Liam a "born liar."

But now, the Beady Eye frontman once said in an interview with MTV Canada, without question, my brother's version of event, as well as calling his character into question.

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I just know he lies. Noel wasn’t bullied out of the band. And then he writes a statement like that saying 'Oh, I've been bullied out of the band' and management and all that, and two days later, the people he reckons bullied him, and the people who weren’t listening to his little sob story, were around at his house having tea on his lawn. I'm just disappointed for him, and his fans... I have my [bad days] but Noel Gallagher can be a little bitch when he wants to be.

Sunday, 10 July 2011

Noel Gallagher has opened up about the demise of Oasis

Oasis's Noel Gallagher's death has opened up about the band and they really never wanted to end.

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The guitarist/songwriter said that a special plea to the two brothers pushed ashore, during a recent interview with Q magazine.

He explains, "I never had enough of Oasis. Our whole relationship was never as bad as people made out . . . It kind of all started to unravel when [Liam] started his clothing label. He demanded that he be allowed to advertise it in the Oasis tour program and I was against it. I didn't think it was right to be flogging his gear to our fans, and there was a massive row about that".

Noel adds, "It went back and forward for a bit and in the end I said, 'If you want to advertise in the program, how much [are you going to pay]?' And he couldn't get his head around that. It all went downhill from there".

Monday, 27 June 2011


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Wednesday, 8 June 2011

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Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Oasis's Liam Gallagher has announced that Beady Eye's second album will be packed

Liam Gallagher has announced that Beady Eye's second album will be packed with "great anthems and epic tunes".

The former Oasis frontman confirmed that the band already writing material for their follow up to the first film has started 'Different Gear, Still Speeding', which was released previous February.

Speaking to MTV News, Gallagher said the band's successful studio in February 2012 and next summer a "storming" will aim to record.

He commented: "We've started and it's sounding good – we're not messing about. We'll have bits of time off but we won't be sitting around watching Jeremy Kyle, we'll be in the studio."

Singer also said that his beloved Manchester City in FA Cup final in Wembley Stadium previous Saturday revealed (14 May) it is not looking to win Beady Eye bigger venues to play.

"I'm not in the mood for doing big gigs just yet. Our [Beady Eye's] first tour was great – it was great starting off again and playing the smaller venues."

Thursday, 7 April 2011

Ex-Oasis drummer are set to perform an intimate London gig

Ex-Oasis drummer Zak Starkey's band Pengu!ns are set to perform an intimate London gig on Saturday (April 9).

The band will perform the Queen Of Hoxton for the This Feeling clubnight.

Starkey is the son of ex-Beatles sticksman Ringo Starr, and is The Who's touring drummer. His band is completed by singer Sharna Liguz aka Sshh.

He played on Oasis' 2005 album 'Don't Believe The Truth' and 2008's 'Dig Out Your Soul'.

Pengu!ns are set to play UK support days with Beady Eye later this year.

Thursday, 31 March 2011

Liam wants his new band Beady Eye

Oasis star Liam Gallagher of the band Beady Eye bigger group wants to grow up like the Beatles.

Rocker Liam said that the group who do not want to kill are recorded as 'd *** s' on the holidays wear sun cream.

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He told NME magazine: 'It's like people who go on holiday, putting sun cream on. Do you want a tan or what, you d***? You go on a top holiday somewhere hot and you come back whiter than white. We're made to sound arrogant because of time wasters like that.'

The 38-year-old added: 'I want to be as big as The Beatles. F*** being as big as Oasis, man, you know what I mean? I want to be bigger than The Beatles. That's what we're dealing with and whether we do it or not, and we probably won't, but who cares? It's just the name of the game. 'Yes, we want to sell loads of records, play stadiums and inspire loads of kids all over the universe. Deep down that's what I want to do, but just not yet.'

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Liam Gallagher: Beady Eye Album 'Not The Best In The World'

Beady Eye's debut album is “not the best” exposed by Liam Gallagher but the band are satisfied by the results.

Oasis former line-up minus Gallagher's brother Noel included in Beady Eye, released 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' last month.

Gallagher told The West Australian: "We're happy with what we've done. It's not the best album in the f*cking world, it ain't going to cure cancer or anything like that, but it's going to change people's lives for that hour and a half when they come and see us.

“Not everyone's going to like it but not everyone's going to hate it either."

Saturday, 5 March 2011

Beady Eye perform debut show in Glasgow

Former Oasis star Beady Eye perform debut show in Glasgow and one of Liam Gallagher's former band mates was in the audience in this week.

Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs was an real member of Oasis band, he was out in 2000, and now he attended the band's first concert which takes place at the Barrowlands on Thursday (March 3).

According to the Daily Record Bonehead tole said: "I wasn't going to miss this one, Beady Eye's first gig, in Glasgow."

The former guitarist also revealed with Gallagher. He told the paper, "I'm looking forward to seeing him," he told the paper. "He invited me up. It's always the same with Liam. I've got no problems about seeing him."

Friday, 25 February 2011

Liam Gallagher: Beady Eye Will Be 'Sh*tting It' Before First Gig

It has been revealed by the Beady Eye member Liam Gallagher that before they play their debut gig they will be “sh*tting it”.

Following the teenage cancer trust show in London,band will embark on a whistle-stop UK tour.

Gallagher admitted that because the group weren't assured of success like former band Oasis,they are feeling nervous.

"There was never any fear with Oasis. You knew people were going to dig it because it was Oasis,” he told the Daily Record.

“But I'll be honest, when the gigs come round with Beady Eye, we'll be sh*tting it, because it's a new thing."

Monday, 21 February 2011

Liam Gallagher Denies Oasis Reunite

Oasis will "never" reform has been declared by Liam Gallagher.

Singer has created new band which include all ex-Oasis members excluding brother Noel,said his new outfit was not a "stopgap".

Liam was asked by someone about the reunion of Oasis band, he replied :"Never. This is not a stopgap until me and Noel come to our senses and start Oasis again. That is well and truly done."

Gallagher also confirmed that Beady Eye would not play any Oasis material on their forthcoming UK tour.

The band's debut album, "Different Gear, Still Speeding", is out on February 28.

Wednesday, 16 February 2011

An Oasis Collaboration ‘makes me vomit:’ Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher would "vomit" if he had to tour with Oasis again.

The singer created his new band Beady Eye-alongside bandmates Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock-when his brother Noel give up Oasis in August 2009, and he now claims he feels ill at the idea of reuniting for any concerts in the future.

He fumed: "Thinking about touring with Oasis again in 10 years makes me vomit. What would a reunion be good for? Why would you break up a band just to come back jointly and play old songs? "What's this s-- about? We’re in this band, Beady Eye, now, only if we want to. We are making some gory good records. The next one is goanna be the big hit, I can tell this already."

Liam, 38, now feels "freer" in his new band because he is more concerned in the original process than he was when he worked with his older sibling Noel, 43.

Sunday, 6 February 2011

Liam Gallagher warns Noel away from gig

Brother Noel has been reported banned by Liam Gallagher from attending the premiere performance of his new band.

At Dublin's Olympia in April,Gallagher will debut new band Beady Eye,and has apparently made sure that his brother and former bandmate Noel will be not allowed to get in to the venue.

"Liam has said that Noel is 100% barred from the Dublin gig," a source told The Mirror. "The order has been made very clear."

"The brothers haven't spoken in more than a year and there's clearly no love lost between them," they added. "They are 100% at war."

Until the bands split in 2009 after a widely reported feud,he Gallagher brothers formed the core of Oasis.

Thursday, 20 January 2011


Liam Gallagher revealed that he would have turned his back on music, if it wasn't for his relationship with his Beady Eye bandmates.

Singer said to NME that to start a solo career would not be possible if he hadn't found himself in a position to carry on with Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock.

He expressed that no question have been raised about him going on without his fellow former Oasis members.

Instead, he suggested, he would have put his efforts into promoting his clothing line and "chilled out for a bit".

These saying by Liam would have been a dig at his brother Noel who is preparing to release a solo record in the near future.

Friday, 14 January 2011


It seems that Liam Gallagher's is too busy with new band Beady Eye to see he’s morphing into a middle-aged woman.

For a meeting at One London Wall offices, London,Liam Gallagher set up himself prancing about in paisley tie, velvet gloves and a barnet our mums rocked to in the 90s.

The ex-oasis band who is owner of a clothing company Pretty Green expressed that if it wasn’t for the band, he’d design clothes full time.

He said: “Without them, I’d probably get stuck into doing Pretty Green gear and chill out for a bit.”

Sunday, 9 January 2011

‘Oasis weren’t groundbreaking’

Oasis weren’t “groundbreaking," says Liam.He said that despite becoming one of the biggest groups in the world,the former band didn’t push themselves enough creatively, before their demise in August 2009,when his guitarist brother Noel Gallagher quit.

He said: “Oasis weren’t groundbreaking, it had all been done before. There are a few songs on our (Beady Eye’s) album which will remind people of Oasis … and why not? It was a good f***ing band. But you’ll hear some new bits.”

After the end of the Wonderwall hitmakers, Liam has formed new group Beady Eye with his former Oasis bandmates Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock.

The Bring The Light singer insists his approach to songwriting is to just go for it and not be pretentious.

He told Uncut magazine: “I’m winging it, mate. You won’t get me talking about Oscar Wilde or all that b******s. I’m just writing the first thing that comes into my head.

“Gem does his thing, Andy does his thing and I do my thing. Then we all demo them and work on the songs together. I write on guitar, or, I barely write on guitar. I’ve got a guitar in the house on its last legs, man. I sit around and play the guitar ‘til I get bored. Then I go for a walk. Then I try and get some lyrics down and away we go.” - Bang Showbiz

Tuesday, 4 January 2011

Liam Gallagher says Noel created Oasis split

Noel deliberately orchestrated the fight that ended Oasis claimed by his brother Liam Gallagher.

Last August following a row between the rock ‘n’ roll siblings before a gig in Paris The group split which the singer claims the guitarist started to give an excuse to leave the group.

Liam formed Beady Eye which includes all Oasis member Gem Archer, Chris Sharrock and Andy Bell – insists the bust-up was no worse than any other they have had in the past.

He said: “It was just another f***ing argument that me and out kid had about the usual … him being him and me being me. End of. It wasn’t a big f***ing deal, we’ve had a lot worse.

“I think it was just time. I don’t think his heart was in it any more anyway. He wasn’t with us no more. So he started an argument and that was it – I bit. Perfect. I played right into his f***ing hands.”