Liam Gallagher says 'Definitely, Maybe' to Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher at Absolute Radio session.
Liam Gallagher at Absolute Radio session. Bang Showbiz

LIAM Gallagher has said he'd bury the hatchet with his brother to reform Oasis in 2014 to coincide with the anniversary of the band's debut album Definitely, Maybe.

The Beady Eye frontman said in an interview that, although he is not on speaking terms with his brother Noel, he thinks Oasis have "unfinished business" - and that he'd even reform the band without the incentive of a financial reward.

Speaking to NME Gallagher said: "People ask would I get Oasis back together?

"I'd do it for nowt, but if someone's going to drop a load of f***ing money, I'd do it for that too.

"I don't think we'd ever make another record. I doubt we'll ever get back together."

Talking about the anniversary Gallagher said: "If we do [get back together], it'd be nice to do that f***ing thing that's coming up [the 20th anniversary] I'd be up for that.

"But I'd still go back to Beady Eye and Noel would go back to his thing. We could bury the hatchet for a quick lap of honour."

When the brothers were in Oasis together they had numerous high profile quarrels. Noel left the band in 2009 saying that he "simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer".

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