Liam Gallagher wasn’t included in ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ celebrations and he’s not happy

In classic Gallagher fashion, Liam has taken aim at Noel on Twitter for not including him in Oasis’ (What’s the Story) Morning Glory anniversary.

Liam Gallagher has once again taken to Twitter to tear into his brother Noel after he wasn’t included in the 25th-anniversary celebrations for Oasis‘ (What’s the Story) Morning Glory.

The infamous brother beef between Oasis’ Liam and Noel Gallagher added another chapter to the saga after the official Oasis Twitter account announced an exclusive interview with Noel.

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The interview takes Noel back to the roots of their famous record, Rockfield Studios in Wales, ahead of its quarter-century celebration.

In the trailer for Return To Rockfield, Noel seemingly puts the feud to the side as he compliments his brother’s voice stating, “Liam’s voice is fucking on another level on that record.”

He continues, “There’s nothing around today that even remotely fucking comes near to it.”

Perhaps an olive branch extended to his brother? Well, true to form, Liam Gallagher used it as a chance to take another swipe at Noel.

He tweeted in response, “Without that voice he’d still be ironing Clint boons knickers,” in reference to when Noel would travel as a roadie when the English musician was part of Inspiral Carpets.

Liam also looked to be pretty peeved at his brother’s involvement in the documentary, tweeting in direct reply to the announcement, “The thing is rite it’s a sad existence to think it’s all about you breaks my heart.”

The response comes after Noel himself, who wrote Champagne Supernova, admitted that he hasn’t “got a clue” what the lyrics mean.

In an interview with SiriusXM he said, “That song is so long, and I often find myself drifting off enjoying the song and thinking, ‘What fucking does it mean?’

You know, ‘Walking down the hall faster than a cannonball’ – what the fuck is that all about? And I should know, ’cause I wrote it, and I haven’t got a clue.”

While the meaning behind the lyrics remains a mystery, the influence this album had on British music is undoubted, which, considering Liam has been left out of celebrations is pretty sad to think about.

Gallagher replied to a tweet that asked him, “Be honest…does it bother you really?”,  stating, “Yeah man I have feelings you know”. 

Pretty heartbreaking stuff.

The full interview with Noel Gallagher is set to go live on YouTube October 2nd, 4am AEST, and we fully expect Liam will have plenty more to tweet about.