Oasis singer Liam Gallagher says he will always be “busy” when brother Noel calls him.
The singer is still furious with his sibling after he walked out on Oasis in August, and insists if Noel tries to ask him for a reunion he will ignore his pleas.
Liam fumed: “I'm sure Noel thinks, ‘I'll do my solo career and if it doesn't f***ing pan out the way it's expected to pan out, then I'll give our kid a ring because he will be desperate and he'll do anything for Oasis.
"Well, I'll say this, ‘He's got another f***ing think coming.’ If he thinks he can ring me up at any given stage in his f***ing lifetime, I'll be busy. I'll always be busy when he rings me up."
Liam has also vowed to never play any of Noel’s Oasis songs - which include most of the band’s classic songs such as "Don’t Look Back In Anger," "Wonderwall" and "Live Forever" - live ever again.
And the rocker says he may release the new album he is currently working on with Gem Archer and Andy Bell under the name Oasis.
Liam said in an interview with the London Evening Standard newspaper: “Obviously it's going to be different without Noel and Noel's fans will sneer at it but then if they don't like the music, don't f***ing buy it. Don't come to the show because you're not going to be hearing 'Don't Look Back in Ange.'. We won't be playing any of Noel's songs.
“We're not using the name at the moment, but if we don't come up with something else by the time we're ready to release the album it'll be Oasis.”
Liam, 37, firmly blames 42-year-old Noel for the demise of their always combustible relationship and claims his brother let himself be influenced by too many new people in the last few months of the band’s tour.
He said: "I think he just wanted out. He'd had enough of this lad thing, and he wants to try something new. I just think he's sort of turned himself into a fake.
"You don't have 18 years of giving it all this, and then wash your hands of it and start going out with Russell Brand, and all these new pals.”
"We'll make this new record and see where it goes and hopefully it'll put a few d**khead myths to bed, about who was what and what was what.”
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