Superstar rock band Oasis tells all in this unique collectors recording brought to you by Pete Bruens. Liam Gallagher in particular was known for his outrageous actions at shows - and equally outrageous offstage behavior. He and his brother Noel often got in trouble for starting fights and trashing hotel rooms. Pete Bruens' work as interviewer is skillful. He knows when to play hardball and follow up, and when to draw out Gallagher's stories about the band's lighter moments.
Liam Gallaher is a man of controversy, arguments, rivalry and sensationalism. "Fans want to see their stars shining," says Liam, "We play the game and give the fans what they want and Oasis is a real rock n' roll band". When brother Noel gave up his roadie job with Inspiral Carpets and joined the band, it was the turning point for Oasis - although Liam would never allow you to say that - and the greatest music industry sensation since the Beatles were born.
Great music and outrageous behaviour is the trademark for the band - even to the point of being arrested for fighting with crew and police onboard a ferry. The outlandish reputation was enhanced even further when Liam and Noel started fighting during an NME interview, and then Oasis were banned from a chain of hotels because they smashed up rooms.
This is not a music release by the artist or record company and sound quality may vary. In this exclusive and unique audiobiography Liam reveals details about his personal life, the fights, the touring life on the road, the chemistry between him and his brother Noel, his musical inspiration, the competition with Pop's BLUR and what makes him and Oasis different. A revealing and exceptional Oasis recording from one of rocks controversial characters, Liam Gallagher. A must for fans, music historians, and collectors.
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