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Liam Gallagher sick at thought of Oasis reunion
Liam Gallagher would "vomit" if he had to tour with Oasis again.
The singer created new band Beady Eye - alongside bandmates Andy Bell, Gem Archer and Chris Sharrock - when his brother Noel quit Oasis in August 2009, and he now claims he feels sick at the idea of reuniting for any gigs 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 together and play old songs?
"What's this s**t about? We are in this band, Beady Eye, now, as long as we want to. We are making some bloody good records. The next one is gonna be the big hit, I can tell this already."
Liam, 38, now feels "freer" in his new band because he is more involved in the creative process than he was when he worked with his older sibling Noel, 43.
In an interview with German magazine Musikexpress, he said: "I was fine with Oasis as well. The reason I feel freer today is not really to do with Noel but with how we make a record.
"In Oasis, I used to be the very last one to record his part. So the main thing I had to do was wait. This time I was next after guitar and drums, and was much more involved. I am happy - even if I don't look that way."Posted on 12 Feb 2011 09:45 to category : Music News
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