Beady Eye more fun than Oasis: Liam Gallagher
Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher says recording Beady Eye's debut album "Different Gear, Still Speeding" was "without a doubt" more enjoyable than any of the albums he made with Oasis.
The 39-year-old formed Beady Eye with the remaining members of Oasis when his brother Noel quit in August 2009.
"Yeah, without a doubt it (Beady Eye) was more fun. We just banged it out in six or seven weeks. I mean, I'm not a muso, but I think it's got an attitude and a certain kind of flair to it," contactmusic.com quoted Liam as saying.
"Always going through with a fine tooth just gets boring and up your own arse. We're not writing a symphony, we're not writing an opera, it's just rock 'n' roll music. And if it makes you want to smash things or jump up and go mental, then it's a hit with me," he further added.