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Since departing the group, the brothers have engaged in a bitter war of words, but last month (Jan11) Liam admitted he hopes to one day make amends with his sibling, saying, "Me and him will be sweet, man. Our little venture's come to an end but I'll never have a bad word about Oasis, it was f**kin' amazing. It's why I'm adored by millions. But it's over and we're buzzin'. And I hope our kid's (Noel) buzzin'. I f**kin' do actually. I hope he's gonna make great records. And he probably will."
But Gallagher is adamant he will never reform the Wonderwall hitmakers, because he doesn't see the point in it.
He tells Britain's The Sun, "Thinking about touring with Oasis again in 10 years makes me vomit. What should a reunion be good for? Why break up with a band, just to come back together and play old songs?"