Oasis’ Liam Gallagher Rips Red Hot Chili Peppers


Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher called Red Hot Chili Peppers and U2 ‘undignified’ in two new tweets, reacting to his brother Noel calling the idea of reuniting Oasis to play stadiums ‘undignified.’ Noel had criticized Guns N’ Roses in his stadium comments.

These tweets seem to end the two weeks ceasefire between the brothers, after Liam hinting they’d ended their feud in late December. Liam went on a tirade attacking his brother Noel following the initial tweets. As of this report, he is still tweeting attacking Noel.

Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher ripped Guns N’ Roses’ reunion in a recent Music Feeds interview.

MF: But do you ever write a song and think, ‘Actually, shit, this would make a pretty good Oasis track,’ or are you just not in that headspace at all?

NG: Wow [laughs]. No, I’m not there anymore, and I’ve not been there for nine years now. I’m only ever forced to think about Oasis when it’s brought up in an interview, or when we did that documentary because I guess there was a nostalgic thing going on, or when I’m on stage singing ‘Half The World Away’ or something, you know what I mean?

But no, I don’t think about that at all. I know that people will not fucking let it go, alright. I’m not saying you, I just mean people in general. I mean, it’s quite flattering in a way because it means that you did something of real worth. But you know, I did it. I’m done with it. It doesn’t enter my thoughts at all.

MF: What about when you see a band like Guns N’ Roses absolutely conquering the world after reuniting after so many years? It doesn’t tempt you at all with Oasis?

NG: Well, if Axl Rose or Slash or any of those guys were as good as me, they wouldn’t fuckin’ be in Guns N’ Roses.

MF: [Laughing] The quintessential Noel Gallagher response right there.

NG: Well I’ve conquered the world enough, I’ve got enough money. In fact I’ve got too much fuckin’ money. Do you want some? I’ll send you some. How much do you want? I don’t need any more glory, I don’t need to be a stadium rocker anymore, I did it when I was in my 20s and 30s and 40s and I was good at it. I don’t particularly want to be a stadium rocker when I’m 50, I think it’s undignified.