Gallagher rules out Oasis reunion

London: Singer Liam Gallagher has ruled out possibilities of a reunion with brother Noel to re-form their band Oasis, asking fans to stop crying over their split.

The `Wonderwall` hitmakers parted ways in 2009 after a series of bust-ups between guitarist Noel and his singing sibling culminated in a showdown backstage at a gig in Paris.

Liam went on to form new group Beady Eye with his remaining Oasis bandmates and he`s now ruled out ever returning to his roots for a reunion, despite former mentor Alan MCGee`s insistence the Britpop band will reform, reported Contactmusic.

"(MCGee is) wrong isn`t he? And a couple of people moaning on the internet going, `Oh it isn`t Oasis` aren`t going to bother me. They`re going to make themselves sick if they don`t get over it.

"They`re not going to get me knocking on someone`s door saying, `Come on let`s get back together`. It`s done, mate. We had a great time. Beady Eye is where we are now... Get rid of all the Oasis songs and just bathe ourselves in Beady Eye," said Liam.

However, the 38-year-old British singer admitted he might be forced to perform some of his songs from his days in Oasis if fans at his upcoming Beady Eye concerts don`t like his new tracks.

"The way we see it is that we`re Beady Eye and I think it`s time for people to get acquainted with us. But somewhere down the line if it goes pear-shaped and we have to play Oasis, I definitely won`t be playing Noel`s songs, I`ll be playing my own."


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