Liam Gallagher brutally destroys Noel on 25th anniversary of Definitely Maybe

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Today marks a huge day in Manchester music history - it’s been 25 years since Oasis released their debut album Definitely Maybe.

A happy day, you might think, but not for the Gallagher brothers and their ongoing feud.

Liam was quick to fire the first shot today, tweeting a brutal attack on his brother Noel and how he ‘split the band up’.

The younger Gallagher brother didn’t hold back, calling Noel a ‘massive cunt’ that sacked everyone except for Liam because he ‘ain’t got the arse’.

Liam wrote on Twitter:

Oasis the musical 5 lads from Manchester start a band and take on the world the little 1 who writes the songs turns into a massive cunt sacks everyone except his little brother as he ain’t got the arse splits up the band there’s a story line for ya THE END LG x
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Anyway, in happier Oasis new it’s really been a quarter of a century since we first heard Liam’s vocals come in on Rock 'n' Roll Star, shaking up the UK music scene.

Definitely Maybe came out on August 29th 1994 selling 86,000 copies in its first week, and on September 4th it debuted at number one on the British charts, outselling the second highest album by a whopping 50%.

These incredible first week sales earned Definitely Maybe the record of being the fastest-selling debut album in British history. Not bad for a few working class lads from Manchester.

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