Liam Gallagher blasts brother Noel for ‘living in 1973’ after album failure

Liam’s Gallagher’s second release was last year’s most bought vinyl.

The former Oasis frontman’s Why Me? Why Not LP topped the charts after selling a whopping 30,000 copies on vinyl following its release on 20 September last year.

And while the 47-year-old is happy about the clinching the top spot, he couldn’t help but make a jibe about his brother Noel Gallagher, 52, who failed to put out an album last year.

Taking to Twitter, he thanked his fans for purchasing the release, and said he was feeling “biblical” following the big announcement.

Writing to his 3.1million followers, he put: “Why me? Why Not biggest selling vinyl album of 2019 thanks to everyone who bought it silky smooth fizzy biblical c’mon you know LG x.”

And fans couldn’t help but Noel failed to make the top ten.

“What place did Noel come?” one asked.

Liam responded: “Oh he didn’t put an album he puts out eps. What year we in? 1973?”

The Official Charts Company released the figures, which showed the second biggest seller was American singer Billie Eilish with her debut album When We All Fall Asleep Where Do We Go?, released in March and sold 29,000 copies.

Meanwhile, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours came in third, Queen – Greatest Hits took the fourth spot and fifth place was taken byThe Beatles – Abbey Road.

Managing to top both the album and vinyl album charts last year, the Wall of Glass hitmaker admitted he’s already making more music.

Speaking about his album on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music Beats One radio show, the musician admitted his third release is going to be “pure positive”.

He said: “Yeah. The next one is going to be called ‘Come On You Know’, pure positive.

“As soon as I get the titles man, we are off.”

Source: Daily Star