Noel Gallagher talks about the (scrapped) album with Amorphous Androgynous and the (lost) Oasis one with Death In Vegas
Noel Gallagher talked to the NME about the scrapped album with Amorphous Androgynous.
“Initially when they delivered it they managed to pull off the trick of recording the quietest CD of all time. When I got it I was like, ‘Is it broke?’ But for all the great ideas on it… I was in the middle of a tour, that last album had blown up, the mixes weren’t right. And by the time I got back off tour I was just like ‘I’m not f*cking putting out another record, I can’t be arsed’. I was frazzled and had glandular fever I was f*cked.”
Moreover, he told about Oasis’ recording session with Death In Vegas. “We did it before we went to do ‘Don’t Believe The Truth’, and much like the Amorphous project, it just didn’t work out. Me and Liam both sang. It was a bit of a weird time, but we had a great time doing it. Liam had done ‘Scorpio Rising’ thing with them and said we should use them, and I was like ‘yeah, f*ck it, let’s do it’. But it never came out.”