KNEBWORTH, England, Oct. 27 (UPI) -- Liam Gallagher has once again started opening up about his relationship with brother Noel as the siblings release a new documentary about their early days in Oasis titled Oasis: Supersonic.
"I don't think we should have ever split up in the first place," Liam explained to the Toronto Sun when asked if Oasis would reform following the release of the film.
"I didn't want to be Noel, and Noel didn't want to be me. The reason why Oasis split up is because one of them turned into a massive [expletive] head, started doing [expletive] that was not cool, sacking people," he continued about their 2009 split.
"Well we've been over this a million times. But it's not because of our competitiveness, you know what I mean? It's because of one of them turned into a massive [expletive] and still is. And that's why the band's over... this band could have gone on a lot longer."
Oasis, considered one of the most influential bands from the '90s, called it quits in 2009 after Liam and Noel canceled a show at a French music festival following a backstage fight. The two brothers have been feuding ever since but were willing to come together -- albeit separately -- to help make Oasis: Supersonic.
The documentary, directed by Mat Whitecross, features archive footage from Oasis' early years leading up to their legendary 1996 performance in Knebworth, England, which famously drew a quarter-million fans over two consecutive nights.
According to Liam, he always expected the story of Oasis to be made into a film. "Without a doubt," he said to Entertainment Weekly. "We were the band of a generation." When asked if he was in communication with Noel for the film, Liam responded not "one bit."
"Well, obviously I was in it. I'm the good looking chap down the front, center stage," he continued about sharing an executive producer credit with his brother.
Oasis: Supersonic is currently being played in select theaters for a limited, one-week run.