Liam Gallagher alleges "angry squirt." Noel "blocked" Oasis songs from documentaryPosted by Mike Schuck
Liam Gallagher performs at Knebworth in June. Photograph: Harry Herd/Redferns
The singer tweets that the band's brother is "a horrible little man" for blocking the use of their song at Knebworth 22
Oasis songs won't be included in Liam Gallagher's upcoming documentary, he says, because Noel Gallagher, the band's composer, has forbidden the use of them.
Regarding whether any Oasis songs will feature in his next documentary, Knebworth 22, which will capture his return to the event 26 years after playing there with his brother, Liam was responding to a Twitter fan. No oasis tunes, since the angry squirt has banned them, Liam tweeted.
In the same tweet, Liam said Noel is "a horrible little man" and claimed he was "blocked" from utilizing the Oasis songs he sang at the recent memorial service for Taylor Hawkins of the Foo Fighters.
No oasis songs as the angry squirt has blocked them he also blocked the oasis I sang for Taylor Hawkins tribute he’s a horrible little man
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 19, 2022
In response to the statement in another remark that "he was complimenting u on his previous interview. This is frustrating. However, Liam wrote, "The doctor will still be excellent. What he says and does are 2 different things. He's a sad little dwarf."
A few hours later, the singer may have been considering the situation since she tweeted: "You can stop us from using the songs, but you can't take our memories away from us. Shame on you, Noel Gallagher." Is Noel Gallagher still a thing? was posed as a tweet, to which "Yes, a SAD LITTLE THING," Liam tweeted.
On November 17, Knebworth 22 will be shown in UK theaters. "I'm still in shock that I got to play Knebworth two nights after I played it with Oasis, 26 years ago," Liam stated in a statement. It was beyond biblical to perform to different generations in the same location so many years apart. I'm so happy we captured it on paper.
After a last brawl between the two infamously explosive brothers, Oasis split up in 2009. Although it was often discussed, there was never a reunion.
Noel stated there was "no point" in the band reforming since they sell "as many records now" as they did when they were together on Monday during an appearance on the podcast Pub Talk.
Liam stated: "I last saw Noel at a football game roughly 10 years ago in an interview with NME earlier this year. It's unfortunate, isn't it?
We reached out to Noel Gallagher for comment.
Thanks to Sammy Gecsoyler at The Guardian whose reporting provided the original basis for this story.
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