The former Oasis man revealed his festive wish in a new interview with the Evening Standard, admitting: “Yeah, I love him, man. He’s my brother at the end of the day. He’s just a bit fucking snobby. A bit pompous. A bit like … some of these c***s here. Though I’m sure they’re all nice people.”
When asked what was on his Christmas list, the ‘As You Were’ singer said: “I’ve got everything, man … No, I tell you what I want: I want Our Kid to come to his fucking senses. It’s in him, innit?
“That’s what I want for Christmas. Maybe a couple of shit reviews and poor album sales, he’ll soon come round, won’t he? Listen, I enjoy the banter. But I’m [not] fucking arsed about reforming Oasis. I’m quite happy doing this. Just him coming to his senses. He used to be funny but now he’s just … not bitter. Just a bit mean-spirited.”
Meanwhile, a TV advert for Noel Gallagher‘s new album includes a one-star review that calls the record a “dried up oasis of dross”.
Fans have now spotted that a TV advert for the album features a negative critique from The Irish Times, among some more complimentary reviews.
Reviewer Ian Maleney had described Noel’s record as “a dried up oasis of dross”, writing of ‘Who Built the Moon?’: “There are musical gestures here that would be a cause of embarrassment if you heard them played by a gang of black-clad teenagers at a Saturday afternoon battle of the bands in a rural parish hall.”