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Liam Gallagher blasts 'scary' Muse
Liam Gallagher says Muse frontman Matt Bellamy's voice "scares" him.
The Beady Eye star isn't a fan of the 'Resistance' rockers and in particular Matt's unique, high-pitched voice.
Liam - who was formerly the lead singer of Oasis - said: "Muse...scares me. They're like... creepy. But people like 'em."
The 'Millionaire' singer is known for his dislike of many bands, but he insists his love for his idols The Beatles is still unwavering.
In an interview with the US edition of GQ magazine, he said: "My favourite album would have to be something from The Beatles. 'Abbey Road'? 'A Hard Day's Night'! John Lennon's 'Imagine'. I like everything they've done."
Liam's admiration for the Fab Four extends to his fashion choices and he picks what sunglasses he wears based on John Lennon's taste in specs.
The 38-year-old musician - who has his own clothing line, Pretty Green - added: "I like Lennon-style sunglasses. I got these (talking about Garrett Leight sunglasses) in Barneys the other day. I need some proper lenses in these though. I've lived without them for so long though."Posted on 30 Jun 2011 16:15 to category : Music News
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