Liam Gallagher has not ruled out the possibility of an Oasis reunion in 2015 to mark the 20th anniversary of the band’s landmark second album ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?'.
Noel Gallagher has spoken on numerous occasions during recent interviews of his wish to celebrate the LP’s 20th birthday with a special world tour, but said any dates would now be unlikely to happen due to their split in 2009 and the apparent reluctance of Liam to be a part of any reformation.
However, in an interview with Rolling Stone this week, the younger Gallagher brother has opened the door for the tour to go ahead, provided the siblings can ‘put their shit aside’.
“In 2015, if we can put our shit aside, we can tour and play the album in its entirety for the 20th anniversary,” he said. “I’d be up for that, if it’s on our terms. There’s got to be two-way respect.”
Released just over a year after debut ‘Definitely Maybe‘, ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory’s move away from the rawer, heavier sound of its predecessor into more classic, anthemic stadium rock was initially met with a mixed response from critics, but soon became one of the most commercially successful British albums of all time on the back of era-defining singles such as ‘Wonderwall‘ and ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger‘.
This story was posted in error. Google news published it as a new story today but it originally ran in October of 2012.