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Liam Gallagher's New Album 'Out By July'

Friday, 29 January 2010 Written by Jon Stickler
Liam Gallagher's New Album 'Out By July'

Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has his sights set on releasing his new album this summer.

Liam Gallagher formed Oasis with his older brother Noel back in the early 90s whilst Noel was touring the world with the Inspiral Carpets. Inviting his older brother in on the venture to form a band, the pair took on the world – and won.

Having constant internal differences which could never be reconciled, a row in 2000 saw Noel Galllagher depart from Oasis for the first time, only to return shortly after. The differences between the two brothers was always a hindrance for the band and with years of arguing between them it seemed last year was the final breaking point for the group. Oasis was ripped apart. Since then the anticipation and speculation about the Gallagher’s next moves have been rife with both Liam and Noel promising a solo album.

Forming a new band with some familiar faces Gem Archer and Andy Bell, in a new interview Liam has promised to release a new album before July. Eight new songs are currently being worked on with the group working hard to deliver the material this summer.

The singer told XFM, "a lot of these songs I wrote before the band (Oasis) split up. I mean, there's a few new ones on there that are coming out now. We're going in (the studio) in April with a producer, we're going to do three songs with him and if he doesn't balls it up and we don't balls it up then we'll go in and do the whole album with him."

Reflecting on the past, Liam continued and went on to claim that Oasis had a poor work rate. "Seven albums for Oasis is not good, I don't think. We've been going 18 years, 16 years or whatever and all we've done is seven albums. Ian Brown's on his seventh solo album. I just think its poor, really."

"I'm not going to beat myself up about it, I think we should have made better, bigger albums. Or more albums. Having like four or five years off is just no good," he told XFM.

Finishing with an unsurprising snipe at his brother, he claimed "Obviously Noel (Gallagher) wanted a bit of time off and we don't. The band split in August – we was in the studio in November 'cos we're mad for it."

Liam Gallagher’s new band, which has yet to be named, hope to release their album later this year in the summer.



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