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- Posted on Jun 29th 2011 3:00PM by Stephen Dowling
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In an interview with the US edition of men's style mag GQ, Liam Gallagher -- ex of Oasis, currently of Beady Eye -- listed his 10 essentials, including props for New York's Central Park and ginger ale.
But he was less welcoming of technological gadgets in general, and the histrionic vocals of operatic rockers Muse's singer Matt Bellamy, in particular.
On the Beatles, Gallagher said, "My favorite album would have to be something from the Beatles. F---ing 'Abbey Road?' 'A Hard Day's Night!' John Lennon's 'Imagine.' I like everything they've done."
With the former hell-raiser off the sauce since the beginning of the year, the merits of ginger ale were highlighted, as well as former Jam lynchpin and Britpop '"Modfather" Paul Weller. "There's no one I want to be, but Paul Weller of the Jam has always looked so cool. My label, Pretty Green, is a reference to one of his songs. He did a Paul Weller for Pretty Green collection for Summer 2011, too."
But as for Muse? "Muse f---ing scares me. They're like f---ing creepy shit. But people like 'em. They at least play guitars, but when I hear his voice I'm like, 'Ah, f--- him.'"
At least Muse don't suffer alone; Gallagher had this to say about umbrellas. "An umbrella? I only use those to stick up people's asses." Charmer.
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