Noel Gallagher has stunned fans by having nothing but praise for his brother Liam on the anniversary of Oasis’ album What’s The Story (Morning Glory)?
The brothers are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their iconic album (who’s feeling old?) and it seems to have prompted a spot of good feeling between the pair amid their bitter feud.
Noel, 53, reflects on the album in a new trailer for their YouTube documentary Return To Rockfield, explaining: ‘I’ve listened to that album for the first time today in 25 years, right?
‘I f**king, I understood it today. The words, the melodies. Liam’s voice is f**king on another level on that record.
‘There’s nothing around today that even remotely f**king comes near to it.’
He continued: ‘Nobody f**king had any idea what was going to happen. Nobody realised that that was our moment.’
Liam and Noel fronted the legendary rock band from Manchester and their iconic record treated fans to tracks like Wonderwall, Don’t Look Back In Anger and Champagne Supernova.
They’d already had an album under their belt – their debut Definitely Maybe – and Some Might Say was Oasis’ first number one single in the UK.
But it was their second album that arguably won them worldwide success, with it selling over four million copies and going on to become the fifth best-selling album in UK chart history.
While fans still have hopes for a reunion amid the feud, which has been going on since the brothers parted way in 2009, it seems there’s still tension between them.
In fact, Liam, 48, admitted earlier this year that he teases his brother about a potential reunion to ‘make him look bad’.
Appearing on Peter Crouch’s Save Our Summer, Liam told the former footballing star that he is raring to go, but it just depends on Noel.
Liam admitted: ‘I’m ready to go me, man, love is in the air.’
Maya Jama then questioned Liam over a tweet he sent out, asking his brother to reunite the band for a special one-off performance for the NHS.
‘Yeah, I know he’s not going to do it,’ Liam revealed. ‘I just do it make him look f**king bad.
‘But I’ll do it. I think it’s time to get off the naughty step now, man, stop sulking.’
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