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Never backwards in coming forwards, the boast was made to Sky News (via Gigwise) at the opening of a pop-up store for his fashion label, Pretty Green, on Carnaby Street in the centre of London's West End.
The band has finished work on the album, but Gallagher has said it would not be released until 2011.
The other members of Beady Eye are ex Oasis members -- Andy Bell on bass, Gem Archer on guitar and Chris Sharrock on drums.
Gallagher said, "I'm doing the best record you'll hear for the next 50 years. It's not gonna be out until next year. We'll probably get a single out October or November, and there's no point in doing gigs if people haven't heard the music."
Further claims of Beady Eye's greatness were made when Gallagher spoke to The Sunday Times (via NME) earlier in July. He said, "It'll be bigger [than Oasis]. I've got no doubt about the music, no doubt about me. It's proper rock 'n' roll. Oasis was a pop band compared to what we're doing."
Any Oasis fans hoping for a speedy reunion of the band will have to keep waiting. Gallagher said that Noel will "come crawling back very f---ing soon," but with his older brother working away at his own solo record, chances of a reunion look a long way off at the moment.
Gallagher told Sky News that the only reason for his previous band to get back together would be if they were "f---ing skint."