Sunday, January 14, 2024



I personally loved oasis still love their  music...... and play it .......i thought they were  better than the beatles .....although beatles  fans   baulk at that remark nor be  so fucking cliche!!!!!! .......yoko one  was a  cunt and  caused their  demise ......becasue  john lennon was a weak cunt and  had  yellow fever and  loved old  japanese  pussy .......i bet she had no gaga reflex  ....not  sure  .....but like  all rock and  roll  fuckers   ....ehgo  got  the  better  of  them oasis ........they were  tremendous and  talented ........i always like the  bad  underdogs ........and the beatles  were   different  times ...... 60's and   today      just different  ......i never got  john lennon   ....i guess i never  done  enough heroin ......maybe  ....i was   not a person  to like   all the   pandering shite ........i till blame  yoko one  ...........they were a pair of  bad  abstards   which got them notoriety ........

“All my life caved in. I could barely tie my shoelace let alone run my business or my life": Liam Gallagher recalls the "absolute nightmare" of life after Oasis split

Noel and Liam Gallagher
(Image credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images)

Liam Gallagher says that the years following the break-up of Oasis in 2009 were an "absolute nightmare" for him, telling The Guardian, "my life caved in."

Gallagher has launched a new project with former Stone Roses guitarist John Squire - their debut single Just Another Rainbow is set to enter the UK charts today, January 12 - but his memories of the break-up of the band with which he first made his mark in the music industry are still a source of irritation, 15 years on.

Oasis split in August 2009, when Noel Gallagher walked out of the band following a clash with his younger brother backstage at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris. "The level of verbal and violent intimidation towards me, my family, friends and comrades has become intolerable," the guitarist said in a statement issued after the incident. Looking back on the immediate aftermath of the split, Liam Gallagher now says that his brother and Oasis manager Marcus Russell "threw me under the fucking bus", adding, "All my life caved in."

Gallagher says that the years following the Manchester band's split were an "absolute nightmare" for him on a personal and professional level.

"I was sitting at home with no management, no office, and no one to really speak to, while Noel was still walking into his big management office having everyone running around after him, getting smart and dissing people. Looking back with hindsight, you can go: ‘You’re a big boy’ and all that, but when you’ve had all that stuff for 20 years … I could barely tie my shoelace let alone run my business or my life. All that support was taken away, but little Noely G had it all still there."

Looking back, Gallagher does see some positives that came after the split, but he's clearly still in no mood to build bridges with his brother. Anyone hoping that the 30th anniversary of the release of the band's debut album Definitely Maybe might see the brothers come together again would be advised not to hold their breath.

"There’s been no chat," Liam insists. "I haven’t seen him, and we won’t see each other."

"I know I’ve been humbled," he says. "And thank fuck for it because it’s made me a better person. But he’s not. He’s still going round thinking he’s the man, but we’ll see.”

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