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Liam Gallagher blasts 'shocking' Oasis videos
Liam Gallagher feels his brother Noel made Oasis look like "Culture Club on st acid" in their videos.
The Beady Eye frontman formed his group in 2009 from all the members of Oasis apart from guitarist and songwriter Noel, whom he feels treated them like his "backing band" and made them look like the flamboyant 80s pop band, led by singer Boy George.
He told Spin magazine: "Sometimes Noel treated us like his fing backing band. Some of the videos we did were fing shocking. 'Lyla', for example. We look like fing Culture Club on s*t acid.
"This time around, we're in control of the details."
The video for 'Lyla' shows Oasis playing at a colourful masked ball where a girl who is mistreated by her boyfriend is the star guest.
Liam added none of Beady Eye act as the band leader, but they all share the same enthusiasm to make the group a success.
He added: "The little fella's gone. I watch enough Sky News to know that we shouldn't have leaders. This band is four geezers all on the same page, wanting to make this the greatest band in the world."
Beady Eye's debut album, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' is out now.Posted on 17 Mar 2011 08:30 to category : Music News
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