Liam Gallagher reveals he hates being a solo artist

Despite going straight to number one with his debut solo album, rock'n'roll star Liam Gallagher has revealed he hates being a solo artist.

The former Oasis man was in fine form recently, hitting out at brother Noel as well as 'the shady little f*******' at the top of the music industry, in an explosive interview with FAULT magazine. 

Liam admitted that despite finding chart success again, he still misses being in a band alongside fellow musicians who could take on guitar and songwriting duties.

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Beady eye: Despite going straight to number one with his debut solo album, rock'n'roll star Liam Gallagher has revealed he hates being a solo artist, ahead of his sold-out show at Glasgow's famous King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Beady eye: Despite going straight to number one with his debut solo album, rock'n'roll star Liam Gallagher has revealed he hates being a solo artist, ahead of his sold-out show at Glasgow's famous King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

'I don’t want to be solo,' the 45-year-old said. 

'I don’t want to do it on my own - I’m not a guitar player or a prolific songwriter.'

Oasis reached unprecedented chart success in the mid-Nineties, famously playing to more than 250,000 fans over two nights at Knebworth. 

And it seems Liam still looks back to those days with fondness, revealing that he misses the person his brother was in those times, adding: 'I miss my brother the way he was back then and I miss singing those great songs that we all made great.'

Rock'n'roll star: The former Oasis man, who stopped to take pictures with fans before his show, was in fine form in recently, hitting out at brother Noel as well as 'the shady little f*******' at the top of the music industry, in an explosive interview with FAULT magazine.

Rock'n'roll star: The former Oasis man, who stopped to take pictures with fans before his show, was in fine form in recently, hitting out at brother Noel as well as 'the shady little f*******' at the top of the music industry, in an explosive interview with FAULT magazine.

But according to Liam, that Noel - who broke up the band after going solo following a dramatic bust-up - is long gone.

And reflecting on the famous break-up in Paris in 2009, Liam said he believes Noel engineered the feud in order to go solo. 

He said: 'That very moment I just went – right, there have been certain powers at play. 

'It wasn’t too big an argument; we’ve had worse arguments. What went down was something that was pre-planned.'

Adding: 'I knew he was going to jump ship at some point.'

Liam was snapped in Glasgow on Monday ahead of his gig at the famous King Tut's Wah Wah Hut.

Where it all began: It seems Liam still looks back to his Nineties heyday with fondness, revealing that he misses the person his brother was in those times, adding: 'I miss my brother the way he was back then and I miss singing those great songs that we all made great.'

Where it all began: It seems Liam still looks back to his Nineties heyday with fondness, revealing that he misses the person his brother was in those times, adding: 'I miss my brother the way he was back then and I miss singing those great songs that we all made great.'

For Oasis fans, the venue is hallowed turf, as it was where the Mancunian outfit were spotted and signed by Creation Records supremo Alan McGee.

It is also known for being one of the most raucous venues on the circuit, giving the Slide Away singer no option but to be on top form.

Which he says he is again, following some dark years which included the break-up of his marriage. 

But Liam remained reflective about the tough times, admitting that much of it was brought on by his own actions.

'I’ve been through a lot of s***, but it was s*** that I caused. When you cause s*** – you man up and f*****g deal with it. Sometimes you have to f*****g man up to your s***,' he said.

But admitted not receiving any support from his brother or former band mates did sting.

Where it all began: Liam was snapped in Glasgow on Monday ahead of his gig at the famous King Tut's Wah Wah Hut. For Oasis fans, the venue is hallowed turf, as it was where the Mancunian outfit were spotted and signed by Creation Records supremo Alan McGee

Where it all began: Liam was snapped in Glasgow on

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