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Liam Gallagher Explains 'Drug Fueled' Rant On Twitter

Mark McGowan

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Liam Gallagher Explains 'Drug Fueled' Rant On Twitter

Liam Gallagher seems to be everywhere at the moment, having made his comeback to music with a solo career.

His recently released single 'For What It's Worth' has received good reviews, being compared to various Oasis classics. His first single 'Wall of Glass' got similar praise, proving he can still cut it with the best of them.

He's never been shy about anything, particularly his musical influences and partying, which he went on a Twitter rant about last night.

The singer began tweeting about The Real People, a Scouse band who helped Oasis in their early days, helping them record and write. The Realies' appeared on the Manchester band's first single 'Supersonic' with backing vocals, and their song 'Feel The Pain' became the basis for the Be Here Now track 'Don't Go Away', among other hat tips.

LG began tweeting about them and the Oasis b-side 'Rockin' Chair', which Chris Griffiths of The Real People co-wrote.

He then diverted his attention to another Scouse musician in Lee Mavers, the former frontman, guitarist and songwriter of The La's.

Mavers has made a point of staying clear of the media over the years, becoming somewhat of a recluse, despite writing the ever popular and instantly recognisable 'There She Goes'.

LG recently debuted the song 'Eh La' at lives shows, a tune he wrote for Mavers.

He then once again changed the topic, this time tweeting about his sons, Lennon and Gene Gallagher.

The three went to Glastonbury earlier this year with the two brothers watching their dad play to the crowd. He tweeted that they "fucking rule," before declaring that he too "fucking rules."

To finish it all off, when a Twitter user asked him what drugs he was on he claimed that "there's no drugs left in the world they got done in the 90s."

I think I speak for everyone when I say we hope Liam Gallagher never, ever changes.

Featured Image Credit: PA/Twitter

Topics: Liam Gallagher, Twitter, Drugs

Mark McGowan
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