NME.COM discovers the star has been moonlighting from Oasis - with Death In Vegas and the Prodigy...

LIAM GALLAGHER has been moonlighting from OASIS, working with both Prodigy and the Death In Vegas.

NME.COM can exclusively reveal that Liam takes lead vocals on the title track of the forthcoming Prodigy album ‘Scorpio Rising’. A dark six-minute psychedelic epic, it will draw inevitable musical comparisons with The Beatles ‘I Am The Walrus’ while lyrically the song is a drug-fuelled stream-of-consciousness, the chorus running: “I want to go to Heaven/Never been there before/I want to go to Heaven/So give me some more”.

NME.COM understands that Liam didn’t write the lyrics; they were the result of a three-way collaboration between Richard Fearless, Harry Pratt (an ex-sports journalist and one of Fearless’ best friends) and Oasis video-maker Wiz.

Speaking about his involvement with Liam, Fearless told NME.COM: “He’s the greatest rock’n’roll singer in the world as far as I’m concerned. That’s why we wanted to work with him. Basically, we were of the mind that if he didn’t want to do it, we weren’t going to put the track on the album. It was brilliant when he said he was up for it, we were over the moon.”

Gallagher also claimed he has been working with [a][/a] on a new track. For more, see this week’s NME, out nationwide tomorrow.