Liam Gallagher ‘sick’ of critics

Liam Gallagher wants to prove to his critics his can sing by banning effects from Beady Eye’s next album.

Liam Gallagher is out to prove he can sing without reverb on Beady Eye’s next album.

The former Oasis frontman is tired of hearing people say his vocals sound horrible without the added effect.

The temperamental star is convinced critics will change their tune when they hear the band’s next album, BE.

“I’m sick of f**king idiots saying I can’t sing, you know what I mean?” told UK newspaper The Sun. “So I thought f**k this, no effects, none of that double tracking as much.

“Let’s get in there bare, this is how I sound, man. This is how my voice sounds so hopefully people will like it and get off my f**king back.”

Liam formed Beady Eye following his departure from Oasis after a fiery feud with his brother and bandmate Noel, who has since focused on his own material.

The men are known to hit out at each other in the press.

Noel has made disparaging remarks about Beady Eye’s success in public, with Liam unsure why he feels able to point the finger.

“I tell you f**king what, we’ve all got a lot of graft to do, d’you know what I mean? Him too,” Liam fumed to Q magazine last December

“He’s sold a f**king few records, why wouldn’t he sell records, he was the main songwriter of Oasis but he certainly hasn’t f**king lit up the world.”
Copyright: Cover Media 2013

Wednesday, 24. April 2013