Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Liam vacations while Noel burns

Days after the latest breakup of the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band, Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher says his brother Liam is a "f***ing moron" while Liam has taken advantage of the traumatic split to run off on a vacation

Noel walked out of the band on Friday night a backstage brawl that canceled Oasis' appearance at the Rock en Seine in Paris.

According to the Sun, he old a pal later that night: "They say never work with children and animals. No one mentioned f***ing morons though, did they?

"I think all that modelling malarkey has gone to his head. It's a pleasure to give him time and space to work on his autumn-winter collection."

The Sun quotes sources who place the blame on Liam's heavy drinking and abusive behaviour throughout this latest tour, a bender that led to the cancellation of a big show a week ago.

"He has taunted Noel's girlfriend, Sara, other band members and the crew. People have been frightened to go near him.

"He is one very angry man who needs to sort his issues out."

The Sun says the bust-up occurred in Paris after Liam showed up drunk and Noel confronted him "about being unprofessional."

Liam "exploded in rage and started saying horrendous things about Noel's kids" before hurling an acoustic guitar at Noel, which Noel prompyly stomped on and smashed.

The Gallaghers reportedly stopped speaking a few years ago after Liam supposedly questioned the paternity of Noel's daughter.

While Noel lies low in London, photos in the Daily Mail show frontman Liam on an impromptu vacation this week on Italy's Lake Como, along with his wife and Oasis bassist Andy Bell.

The 36-year-old, recognized as the best singer n rock 'n' roll but not the most brainy, did not look concerned at all that the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world is apparently over after 18 years, or that the latest blow-up with his brother has cost the Oasis organization an estimated £4.75million.

Bell's alliance with Liam could be a harbinger the band's decision whether to go on without its original leader and former sole songwriter.

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