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11:05 25th October 2011

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Noel Gallagher has rejected his brother Liam's invitation to rejoin Oasis for a reunion gig in 2015

Gallagher has now told BBC Newsbeat that Liam an celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oasis's (What's The Story) Morning Glory? without him.

He said: "He's got my permission to go and play it. He can play it if he wants. I don't mind.
"I left that band for a reason and that reason still stands."

As previously reported on Gigwise, in an interview with Rolling Stone the singer said that despite the pairs recent disagreements, he would rejoin the band for an anniversary gig.

''In 2015, if we can put our shit aside, we can tour and play the album in its entirety for the 20th anniversary. I'd be up for that, if it's on our terms. There's got to be two-way respect,'' Liam said.

He added: ''He's the one that keeps mentioning, I want to put him out of his misery. But I think he needs to do his solo thing first and realise he's not that good without his brother. He's got to find out for himself. I'm up for it – I'm not desperate for it. If it doesn't work out, I don't give a shit, I'm quite happy with [current band] Beady Eye."

The Biggest Band Bust-Ups

  • The Libertines - Carl Barat and Pete Doherty became saviours to the British music scene in the early 00s. With Doherty’s drug habit spiralling out of control after the release of their debut ‘Up The Bracket’ in 2002 tensions within the band heightened.

  • Oasis - The Gallagher brothers have always had a turbulent relationship ever since Oasis formed in 1991. But after years of bickering and cancelled tours Noel Gallagher announced in the summer of 2009 that he simply could not go on "working with brother and bandmate Liam for another day".

  • The Beatles - Thought by many to be the greatest band of all time The Beatles took the music world by storm. Beatles frenzy hit across the globe but after twelve studio albums band tension between Lennon and McCartney had increased causing the band to split in 1970

  • Razorlight - Forming in London in early 2002, Razorlight became over night indie music darlings with their debut ‘Up All Night’. After on stage fights and clash of egos original member Andy Burrows announced his departure in 2009 soon followed by the rest of the band.

  • The Smiths - Salford lads The Smiths became music favourites with such hits as 'This Charming MaN' Hand In GlovE' and 'How Soon Is Now'. Morrissey and Johnny Marr\'s songwriting partnershibeen under strain for a long time due to creative differences and on August 1 1987 the band announced their split.

  • Guns n Roses - Axl Rose has always been known for his out spoken manner and behaviour so it was no surprise that him and bandmember Slash didn’t always see eye to eye.

  • Blur - Along with Oasis, Blur became Brit Pop's favourite band. After their 1999 album '13' original member Graham Coxon left the band to pursue solo work. 'Think Tank' was the Blur's last studio album and began a six year hiatus before they reformed for a number of live shows in 2009 and a spectacular headline set at Glastonbury festival. They have since made up and will return later this year for a London headline show and possible new album.

  • Pixies - The Pixies were 90s alternative favourite band. Loved by Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain the band fronted by Black Francis released a total of three albums before band tensions arose. After the release of 1989’s ‘Doolittle’ an onstage fight and exchanges between members Deal and Francis forced the band take a hiatus which later led to the band’s split in 1993.

  • The Clash - Punk band The Clash may have spent their ten year career partying hard but it certainly had it’s consequences. The Clash had a string of members who came and went but it was growing band turmoil between original members Joe Strummer and Mick Jones that drove the band to finally split in 1986.

  • The Verve - All was happy in The Verve camp until the band found commercial success with their 1997 album ‘Urban Hymns’. Soon after their commercial peak the band fronted by Richard Ashcroft announced that they would split, citing internal band conflict.

  • Paramore - Paramore fans got a shock in 2010 when original members guitarist Josh Farro and drummer Zac Farro announced that they had quit Paramore. The brothers' slammed former bandmate Hayley Williams saying they were "riding on the coattails of 'Hayley's dream''.

  • Take That - Robbie Williams broke teenagers hearts across the country when he announced that he would be leaving the band in 1995. His increased drug addiction and clash of musical ideas with member Gary Barlow lead the band to ask Williams to leave. Years later after all growing up and Williams releasing the god awful 'Rudebox' the lads hit the road for the UK's biggest selling tour of 2011.

  • Kings Of Leon - When you’re working with family your bound to fall-out? Well that’s certainly the case with Kings Of Leon. Brothers Nathan, Jared, and Caleb Followill along with cousin Matthew have been known to have had a turbulent relationship with one another throughout their career. Which have included backstage brawls at the BRIT Awards and on stage punch ups.

  • Fall Out Boy - After nearly ten years together Fall Out Boy announced that they simply needed a break from one another. Singer Patrick Stump cited his need to pursue a solo career and band tensions as the reason behind the band's split.

  • Stone Roses - Pioneers of the 90s Manchester music scene The Stone Roses' self-titled debut took them to the big time. Throw in a legal battle and one too many illegal substances and you're bound to run into trouble. Though when offered a cosy million pound contract to reunite the legendary band are back this summer!

  • Duran Duran - One of the most successful bands of the 80s, Duran Duran enjoyed success with such hits as ‘Girls On Film’ and ‘Rio’. But after numerous line-up changes and personal issues the band have never really found their feet again.

  • NWA - NMA helped define the early sounds of hip hop. After the release of the debut album ‘Straight Outta Compton’, original member Ice Cube left in January 1990 over royalty disputes.

  • Pink Floyd - Original line-up Roger Waters, Nick Mason, Richard Wright, and Syd Barrett enjoyed huge success throughout the 70s with their progressive and psychedelic rock. Barrett left the group in 1968 and David Gilmour took lead vocals. Heavy drug use and a rock n roll lifestyle built up band tensions and Waters left in 1985.

  • Led Zeppelin - Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Bonham and John Paul Jones made-up one of the most iconic and important bands in music history. After Bonham’s death in 1980 in band bust-ups and opposing musical plans forced the band to announce their split that same year.

  • Bee Gees - The three brothers dominated the 70s disco music scene but their brotherly love didn't last too long. Egos clashed and the band soon called it quits hanging up their platforms and flared jeans.

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