Noel Gallagher has emphatically ruled out any chance of an Oasis reunion in 2015 following the possibility of a return for the band to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their landmark album ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?‘ being discussed over recent months.
“Well, he shouldn’t have fucking tried to sue me, should he?” Noel told Nation Radio’s Chris Blumer ahead of his solo arena gig in Cardiff this week when asked about comments apparently attributed to Liam Gallagher that he would like Oasis to tour in 2015.
“Not even if all the starving children in the world depended on it,” he continued when quizzed on whether that meant an Oasis reunion would never happen.
“I know it’s the done thing these days and what people do but it’s not what I do. I can understand bands reforming and they’re bigger than they ever were and more successful – we couldn’t be more successful than we ever were; we were one of the five biggest bands in the world at any given time and the biggest thing to come out of England in 35 years so what would we be doing it for? For the fans? No-one ever gave a shit about the fans in that band. So it’s done, it’s done.”
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