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Beady Eye already planning new record
Beady Eye are already planning their second album.
'The Roller' group – featuring all the former members of rock group Oasis apart from guitarist Noel Gallagher –can't wait to start work on their next record even though their debut, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding', was only released last month.
Speaking on the UK's BBC Radio2, singer Liam Gallagher said: "We've got lots of songs man, as soon as the tour wraps up we're gonna write another record. We're not going to stop.
"Our musical path carries on, we feel we're getting better. We're not getting any younger, but we want to be out there making music - sitting at home talking about it doesn't do it for me."
Liam, 38, also said his new group won't play any of his old band's material – most of which was written by his brother - as it would be too "weird".
He added: "'Wonderwall', 'Don't Look Back In Anger', 'Live Forever' – I can't play them anymore, it feels weird – it wouldn't feel like the right thing to do - jumping from Oasis to Beady Eye tracks would be very strange."
Beady Eye are currently touring Europe throughout March and April.Posted on 9 Mar 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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