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Liam Gallagher Is Unimpressed With Recently Discovered Oasis Song: ‘Make Sure I’m Singing on It’

Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher of Oasis
LONDON - 1995: Oasis lead singer Liam Gallagher and brother Noal Gallagher at the opening night of Steve Coogan's comedy show in the West End, London. (Photo by Dave Hogan/Getty Images)

On Wednesday (April 29), Noel Gallagher surprised and pleased Oasis fans by releasing a long lost song. “Don’t Stop…” was previously performed once…at a soundcheck in Hong Kong that circulated only on bootlegs before his discovering of the song on an unlabeled CD while in quarantine.

While this seemed like a nice gesture from the songwriter, you can count someone who wasn’t impressed: his brother.

After pining for an Oasis reunion in the name of charity, Liam Gallagher had a less-than-charitable opinion of the song.

In a series of tweets, Liam didn’t hold back.

“Well, there’s something missing in this God-almighty stew, and it’s your brother,” Liam tweeted. “Oi tofu boy, if you’re gonna release old demos, make sure I’m singing on it and Bonehead’s playing guitar on it. … If not, it’s not worth a wank.”

He also called it a “PR stunt” and said he wasn’t consulted about the song’s release.

Just when you think that things *could* somehow, someway be inching in the direction of a reunion, well, you know how the Gallaghers really feel about each other.

Check out Liam’s tweets below: