November 24, 2006 10:12

Liam Gallagher: my Oasis best of

'Noel missed out a few' says singer

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Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has revealed the songs he wanted to be new Oasis best of collection ’Stop The Clocks’.

According to Liam, the tracklisting picked by his brother Noel Gallagher has a few omissions.

“I think he’s missed a few. I’d have put on ’Rockin’ Chair’, ’D’You Know What I Mean?’ I would have put some off ’Be Here Now’," he declared.

“If he didn’t like the record ('Be Here Now') that much, he shouldn’t have put the fucking record out in the first place," added the singer. "I don’t know what’s up with him but it’s a top record, man, and I’m proud of it – it’s just a little bit long.”

However talking to The Sun's Something For The Weekend, Noel Gallagher admitted ’D’You Know What I Mean?’, the chart-topping fist single from 'Be Here Now', was actually included on the album until the very last moment.

“(It) was on it right up to the day before it was mastered. But it’s just too long. It upset the flow of the album,” he explained.

However when not disagreeing with his brother, Liam Gallagher also explained what he'd do if his hero John Lennon was alive and they met.

"I’d freak him out by looking at him, stare him out," admitted the singer, "but I don’t know. I’d probably bum him."

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