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What with the brand new Oasis documentary Supersonic premiering last night, it seems that the hype surrounding a possible reunion is at an all-time high.
The film, named after their 1994 debut single, documents the band's meteoric rise to stardom, starting from when Noel Gallagher joined the band through to when Oasis took to the stage at their record-breaking shows at Knebworth in 1996.
Liam Gallagher made a special appearance at the Manchester premiere, arriving by helicopter and taking part in a Q&A session with former founding member of Oasis, Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs.
Of course, in among the whole media debacle, the younger Gallagher brother was asked about the band getting back together. As per, he was in fine form when it came to his choice of words.
Speaking with Sky News, he claimed that Oasis should have never split up and the ball is completely in brother Noel's court, but he is having his 'Kevin Keegan moment'.
"If it happens tomorrow, I'm ready, my bags are packed," the singer said. "If it happens in a year, I'm still ready. If it happens in ten years, I'm ready. D'you know what I mean?"
Then, thankfully, came some classic LG quotes. He said: "There'll be no cap in the hand, no banjo and a little fucking skinny, string dog outside his house going, 'Please, sir, I need a fucking bandmate'."
Then asked if his older brother would be appearing at the premiere, he said: "Oh no, he won't be here. He's in one of his really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, really, big houses. Probably eating tofu, while having a fucking face peel. Ain't that right, man of the people?"
Basically, if Noel wants to get Oasis back together, Liam would be there in a heartbeat.
Former guitarist Bonehead, who was also at the premiere, has also said that if a reunion was happening, he'd also be there in a shot.
Liam Gallagher is currently recording his debut solo album, which is due out next year. As for an official release date, Liam said: "it'll be here when it's here".
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