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- Posted on Dec 14th 2010 5:30AM by Julian Marszalek
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As previously reported by Spinner, Beady Eye was formed from the ashes of Oasis and joining Gallagher for the ride are guitarists Gem Archer and Andy Bell, while drummer Chris Sharrock brings up the rear.
While Gallagher admitted that Beady Eye may not stray too far from the formula that made his name, he remained adamant the new band will offer more excitement than his previous group.
He told BBC 6 Music, "I'm not singing any different than I did in Oasis -- I'd like to think I'm singing a bit better than that. It's just rock 'n' roll -- the Beatles and the Stones, you know? I haven't gone dubstep or anything.
"It'll get compared to Oasis but I don't mind. I think we've got a lot of energy that we might have lost in the later days of Oasis."
For Gallagher, it's the prospect of playing intimate venues on Beady Eye's upcoming European tour that excites him the most.
He continued, "Without a doubt, the smaller gigs are where it's at. You on do the big ones for financial reasons but I'm looking forward to big, small, whatever; it'll be great. We're rehearsing at the moment and it's going to blow people's heads off."