UNKLE remix of Noel Gallagher's 'AKA...What A Life!' surfaces online - audio

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A remix of Noel Gallagher's recent single 'AKA...What a Life!' has surfaced online.

The new version has been reworked by UNKLE who has in the past done tracks with Ian Brown and Richard Ashcroft. Scroll down and click below to hear it.

No details have surfaced on whether it will feature on any of the former Oasis chief's future singles. Noel Gallagher is due to release his next single 'If I Had A Gun' on December 26. It will feature the B-side 'I'd Pick You Every Time'.

He will tour the UK next year, with arena dates booked in February and September. You can watch a video of him discussing his solo album by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.

Meanwhile, his brother Liam has confirmed Beady Eye will be playing Oasis songs during his band's tour next year.

He added: "It takes balls to go onstage and not play Oasis songs. I don't miss those songs yet, but we're definitely going to play them on the next tour."


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