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Noel Gallagher: A Bigger Jerk Than Morrissey?


Noel Gallagher: The Half A Billion Dollar Man

I think I’ve had enough of Noel, his act is growing as old as his fellow Mancunian Morrissey, two loud mouth morons, who won’t do the right thing. There is a reason people are sick of Moz and his antics (he cancelled FOUR dates in Atlanta over four years) and the main one is his new music sucks and his attitude is repulsive. It doesn’t matter whether he is right or wrong, what matters is he sucks as a human being. If Morrissey wants to be taken seriously, why doesn’t he record and tour with Johnny Marr. yeah, I know, I read the book, but move on already.

Noel is just as bad. I can’t stand his solo stuff and worse than that, everybody knows his early Oasis is all that really matters and Liam sings them all much much better. The truth is, Noel hasn’t written a decent song this century.

I was once sued for sexual harrassment, complete lies of course, but what she requested was a minmum of  ten million bucks.The jury took around two hours, including lunch, to throw it out and for good reason, but my point is: you can ask for anything. So here is Noel Gallagher saying what it would take for him to reform Oasis: HALF A BILLION POUNDS!!

“If somebody puts that on the table, I’ll pack my bags in the morning and say, “How many gigs do you want?”. The thing that slightly annoys me is – and I know I’m the only one doing interviews – people assume it’s up to me. Let’s say I get up tomorrow morning, have a stretch, and say to my wife, “How about this Oasis thing?” It’s not up to me. Who knows if Liam wants to do it? He probably does, but I don’t know. It’s not on my radar at all. I’m very happy with what I’m doing.”

Look, give me 100 million bucks and I will tour the world covering Oasis songs and look how much you’ll save!

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