The 'AKA...What A Life' singer said that he never wanted his chart-topping solo album Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds to be compared with Different Gear, Still Speeding, the debut LP from his estranged brother and Oasis bandmate's group.
"It's not fair for me to compare mine to theirs," he told Q Magazine. "I know you want me to say I danced around on a copy of their album or that I held them in each hand and had a mock fight between them but I genuinely don't give a s**t about that. I've got a lot of friends on their crew. I want them to do well."
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Noel added that although he misses life in a band, he would not be returning to Oasis any time soon after his professional relationship with Liam became "violently out of order".
"I left that band for a specific reason and that reason still stands," he said. "That it was getting violently out of order. The end. I don't want to discuss it any more.
"If you ask me, 'Do I miss being in a band?', the answer is yes, of course I do. But do I miss it to the extent that I want to do it again? Do I f**k, no."
Liam, meanwhile, has described Noel's album as having "no balls" and "no attitude".
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