The singer explained that the songs which feature on his debut album Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds are too soft and would never be considered for an Oasis LP.
Talking to Spin magazine, Gallagher said: "These songs never would have ended up on an Oasis record. I directed everything that went on in that band but Oasis were a stadium rock band so I wrote stadium rock music.
"Now it's different. Doing the new solo album was f**king great. It was serene. I could take it at my own pace."
The songwriter also revealed details of his second solo project featuring Amorphous Androgynous.
"It sounds a bit like Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon. The sound is similar to High Flying Birds, but more psychedelic and tripped out," he stated.
"It's not an electronic project. People are jumping to that conclusion because Amorphous Androgynous used to be an electronic outfit."
Gallagher recently confirmed that the second single to be lifted from his debut set would be 'AKA.. What A Life'. The track is available to download now.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be released in the UK on October 17.
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