Noel Gallagher: Throwing Liam’s Pretty Green clothes into charity shop ‘started…

October 20, 2021, 12:51 | Updated: October 26, 2021, 1:43 p.m.

Noel Gallagher looked back at what could have sparked the feud with his brother at Oasis.

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The former Oasis guitarist recalled how he took Liam’s new clothes as a gift to him on the doorstep of a charity shop.

Noel Gallagher think it was “the beginning of the end” for Oasis when he donated his brother by Liam pretty green goods to a charity shop.

The former guitarist and composer left the band following a crisis during their last gig at Rock en Seine in Paris, France in 2009.

However, Noel reckons he probably kicked things off when he donated the Pretty Green gear his younger brother had given him and the rest of the band before it was even released to the public. .

As reported by Bang Showbiz, according to The sun newspaper, Noel said, “Liam gave us a bunch of clobber, not just me, he gave it to the band.

“I went straight to the charity store and left it on the store doorstep.

“He became crazy. He said, ‘If you didn’t want it, you should have just said you didn’t want it.

“It was on Barnardo’s shop mannequin a month before it launched. If things go wrong, that’s the beginning of the end.”

Noel previously claimed the couple’s major blowout, which saw Liam brandishing a guitar to his head in the French capital, erupted after they fought over Liam trying to advertise Pretty Green in the Oasis tour program.

In 2011, the Ballad of the Mighty I The singer recalled, “He almost took my face off with (the guitar)…I didn’t think it was right for him to whip his gear (clothes) out to our fans. There was a huge argument about it.”

Although the couple have since split and hurl insults at each other in the press, Noel recently complimented his brother’s career and admitted he is the most successful solo artist.

Speaking on the How to wow podcast, Noel said, “He does massive shows, he sells more records than me, and he sells more tickets than me, if you can believe that.”

He added: “So he’s doing his thing and I’m doing mine and we’re both very happy doing that right now.”

Speaking in their documentary Oasis Knebworth 1996, the leader of the High Flying Birds, he praised his brother’s form at the time.

“I guess it’s no coincidence that this is the band at its peak,” he said. “It’s because the singer is at his peak.

“You’re only as good as your front line. Any group.

“And if this is Oasis at its peak, which it is, it’s because Liam is at his peak.

“Liam is at the zenith with his voice and looks.”

Elizabeth J. Harless