Liam Gallagher

Beady Eye’s debut album was pretty good, but let’s face it: It’s no Definitely Maybe. Maybe Liam Gallagher has come to believe this truth, too, because after initially vowing not to play Oasis songs with Beady Eye, the new band is dipping into the old band’s catalog. During their 6/28 show at Parr Hall in Warrington, Beady Eye performed a pair of Noel-penned classics, “Rock ’N’ Roll Star” and “Morning Glory.” (Why no “Little James,” Liam?) The band also performed a new track, written by Liam, called “The World’s Not Set In Stone.” Check out video footage of “Rock ’N’ Roll Star” and the new song below.

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  1. “Beady Eye’s debut album was pretty good”

    Really?!

    • Yeah! I think so anyway. I don’t consider “pretty good” to be high praise, but it’s definitely not the embarrassment I expected.

      • are you calling this an “article”? what about Noel after initially vowing not to “sing” Oasis songs originally sung by Liam? and not to play more than 3 Oasis songs? he then played 10, including Supersonic, Whatever, Wonderwall, It’s good to be free, famously sung by Liam, or there would have been half of the people @ Noel’s gigs

      • are you calling this an “article”? what about Noel “after initially vowing” not to “sing” Oasis songs that were originally sung by Liam and not to play more than 3 Oasis songs? he then played 10, including Whatever, Wonderwall, It’s good to be free, Supersonic, famously sung by Liam, or there would have been half of the people at Noel’s gigs.
        And why naming Little James that was a song for a child? I remind you Beady Eye are 4/5 of Oasis, and 3 of them wrote 24 Oasis songs, played in studio and around the world, etc.

    • I can’t comment on the album since I haven’t listened to it, but I can say the chorus in “Standing on the Edge of the Noise” is a blatant ripe-off of the Beatles’ “Get Back.”

      • oh so you must have a deep knowledge… a music expert. If you can’t comment, just don’t comment. Should we talk about how many Noel’s songs are a baltant ripe-off of not only the Beatles, but all the musicians he copied from? I remind you Noel is the “artist” who had to pay the most money for copying in music history. Oh but you expert surely know…

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        • OK, you need to settle down.

          First, I can comment on the song because I’ve heard it before. I cannot, and did not, comment on the album because I haven’t heard it all the way through.

          Second, I am well aware that Noel ripped off the Beatles as well. What I don’t understand is where you’re coming from. You apparently think I’m making some kind of Team Noel/Team Liam argument. Trust me, I’m not. I’m simply pointing out something that is quite obvious.

          Third, please show me the part where I claimed to be an “expert.”

    • oh so you disagree with Noel Gallagher who repeated he likes Beady Eye very much? “the Roller a fucking number one single”, Gem playing better than him, Liam stil has a great voice, etc. or maybe they were just some of a thousand lies he told?

  2. So can we now just admit that Beady Eye is the country’s second best Oasis tribute band (behind Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, obvs)?

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  4. wow so many minuses… this must be an illuminated website of superior brains. We’ll surely visit it more often… maybe next time in a few years.

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