Liam Gallagher won't reform Oasis for haters
Liam Gallagher is adamant he will never reform Oasis because his new band Beady Eye is the ''best thing'' he's ever done.
Liam Gallagher won't reform Oasis for people who hate him.
The singer insists he has no intention of getting the group back together following his brother Noel's departure in August 2009 for music fans who he thinks don't like him.
Liam would rather continue with his new band Beady Eye - who he formed with the other members of Oasis, Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock, in the aftermath of the split.
He told Q magazine: "There are some nights when you think this is s**t. But then you had those days in Oasis. Some people are taking time to catch on. The Scottish got it, Ireland was a bit slow. People say about getting Oasis back together, but why should I sing those songs to the 70 per cent of people who think I'm a ****? To me, this is the best thing I've ever done."
Although Liam isn't prepared to get back together with Noel he did this week drop his legal action against him.
The 38-year-old rocker had served papers against his 44-year-old sibling accusing him of releasing false statements about the end of the band, including a comment Liam didn't play the second night of their headlining slot at the V Festival in Chelmsford, England, in August 2009 because he was ill from drinking.
The 'Bring The Light' singer withdrew his legal action after guitarist Noel admitted his brother did have laryngitis before the scheduled concert.
Noel said: "For the record, it is a fact that he was diagnosed with laryngitis and it is a fact that he had a doctor's note to prove it. I'd just like to say that if he gets offended by my opinions on such things then I apologise. It's all getting a little silly and out of hand and it's not very cool."