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Aliens probably played role in formation of Oasis Band

Published:Monday | June 10, 2019 | 12:26 AM
Singer Liam Gallagher poses for photographers upon arrival at 
the screening for ‘As it Was’ at Alexandra Palace in north London on Thursday.
Singer Liam Gallagher poses for photographers upon arrival at the screening for ‘As it Was’ at Alexandra Palace in north London on Thursday.

Singer Liam Gallagher thinks aliens might have played a role in the formation of Oasis.

The 46-year-old rocker, who starred in the iconic band from 1991 until their acrimonious split in 2009, has suggested that aliens could’ve played a major role in their meteoric rise to the top of the music industry.

He said: “There some (expletive) ­activity going on that we weren’t aware of. Whether it’s aliens or spirits.

“But we were going to be in this world-famous band. Someone was making plans.”

‘God-like’

Liam – who has an infamously strained relationship with his older brother and former Oasis bandmate Noel – also revealed he considers himself to be a “god-like” figure.

Speaking in the new documentary As It Was, the outspoken rocker explained: “I’ve always thought I was god-like. From the day I was 9expletive) born.

“I think I could get struck by lightning and (expletive) stare at it just before it hits me.”

Liam, who released his debut solo album, As You Were in 2017, is currently preparing for the release of his second album.

And Charlie Lightening, who helmed Liam’s Chinatown video and worked with his former group Beady Eye, recently teased details of his new material, revealing the upcoming release could have the same impact as Oasis’ sophomore record, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?.

He said: “It’s a continuation of As You Were. If you look at Definitely Maybe and ( What’s the Story) Morning Glory?, one’s the more punkier one and one’s the bigger one, you know what I mean?

“That’s progression. It’s someone in the prime of it all. People aren’t gonna be disappointed with it. I think it’s gonna blow people away.”