Noel Gallagher delayed experimental record

Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher had originally intended his first solo release to be his record with Amorphous Androgynous, but he worried it would ''f**k with people's heads''.

Noel Gallagher delayed his collaboration with Amorphous Androgynous because it would "f**k people's heads".

The former Oasis rocker has recorded two albums, and decided to release the more traditional sounding 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' first as he felt the other record - which was made with the experimental electronic producers - would be too much of a departure for his fans.

Explaining why he didn't release his dance-influenced record first, Noel said: "I thought it would f**k people's heads up too much."

Four tracks appear on both albums, but in very different forms. Speaking about the work Amorphous Androgynous did on the song 'If I Had A Gun', Noel told Time magazine: "They've not destroyed it, but demolished it and put it back together again."

Although he has taken a departure on one album, 'The Death of You and Me' assures fans that his High Flying Birds project will have plenty of tracks which will please his fans.

He said: "I can't decide how many it sells. If you like what I do, there's lots on there for you to like, but also some stuff that you wouldn't expect.

"And if you don't like what I do, believe you me there's enough on there for you to hate."

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Post-Oasis indie rock from Gallagher senior who, unlike brother Liam in Beady Eye, is prepared to dip into the Oasis back catalogue to bolster his set.


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