Liam Gallagher hits out at brother Noel after he labels latter day Oasis 'a sham'

Beady Eye man takes to his little used Twitter account to have his say on the matter

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Liam Gallagher has hit out at brother Noel, after he described the latter days of his time in Oasis as "a bit of a sham".

Liam, who is currently touring Europe with his band Beady Eye, took to his little used Twitter account Twitter.com/liamgallagher to criticise his brother's comments and to tell him to contact him in four years time.

The tweet read: "A sham? Speak for yourself, I never faked anything, go to bed and give me a shout in 2015."

Liam was responding to comments made by his brother in the Sunday Telegraph Magazine, in which he'd talked about the power struggle within Oasis and how he had found the whole thing "undignified".

Noel said of his latter days in Oasis:
There's always a power struggle in a band, and when you're young and daft and hopped up on drugs and alcohol, it can get violent. But when you're all grown men with kids, it just doesn't feel right. I found it quite undignified. We're supposed to be the elder statesmen now! All this effing and blinding before gigs, and then going up and singing 'Live Forever'. It was all a bit of a sham, really.

Noel Gallagher released his debut solo album 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' on Monday (October 17). You can watch an interview with Noel discussing the album by scrolling down to the bottom of the page and clicking.
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