Liam Gallagher thinks his brother Noel's solo album would sound better with him on it.
The Beady Eye frontman likes his sibling and former Oasis bandmate's debut LP, 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds', but knows the tracks would sound better with his vocals.
In an interview with NME, he said: "They'd be f***ing better with me singing. They would be! They're good man, but they'd be proper if I was on there."
Liam - who formed Beady Eye with the rest of Oasis after Noel walked out of the band in August 2009 - still hasn't ruled out reforming Oasis for the 20 year anniversary of their seminal album '(What's The Story) Morning Glory?' because he thinks Noel is "desperate" to do so, but in the meantime he is happy for them to carry on with their respective separate careers.
He said: "There's every chance [of getting back together]. I know our kid's desperate to.
"And with this thing in 2015, I think me and him can put our issues aside and do it without a doubt. But I still think there's room for Beady Eye and the High Flying Birds, whatever they're called. Without a doubt."