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Liam Gallagher wants your help in choosing new Oasis songs for his solo setlist

"Not having 'Roll With It' ya fuckers"

Liam Gallagher is seeking fans’ help to decide which “five new Oasis songs” will be included in his upcoming solo shows.

Earlier this month, the band’s former frontman said that he will dust off classic songs ‘She’s Electric’ and ‘Stay Young’ during his next run of gigs. Gallagher had been requested by followers to include Oasis songs that didn’t make the cut on his previous tour.

Now, LG has taken to Twitter once again to ask fans what they’d like to hear when he hits the stage in 2019.

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Gallagher posted: “Rite brothers n sisters need your help we’ll not really just thought I’d get you involved as your always banging on about how much I never interact with youse putting 5 new oasis songs in setlist you lucky fuckers can choose them [off] you go LG x”

See the tweet below.

After receiving thousands of suggestions over the course of the evening, including Brit Pop rivals Blur‘s ‘Country House’ and ‘Song 2’, Liam posted again to state which one song wouldn’t be getting an airing.

“Not having roll with it ya fuckers,” he said.

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Meanwhile, the ‘Wall of Glass‘ singer, who’s currently working on the follow-up to ‘As You Were‘, has claimed that his brother Noel ‘will sue him’ if Oasis footage is included in a new documentary about Liam’s career.

Titled As It Was, the film is scheduled to arrive later this year and will detail the star’s years with post-Oasis band Beady Eye and subsequent solo project.

“You want Brit awards vibes nxt year get Julie Davis [sic] to host it ya shit bags she actually a woman as you were ya beige cunts,” suggested Liam.

 

 

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