In an interview with CBS, Noel Gallagher said Oasis wouldn’t have been successful without his brother: "No chance," Gallagher replied. "No way. I wouldn't have gotten anywhere without him. And he wouldn't have gotten anywhere without me. It was as simple as that."
The Gallagher brothers came out of Manchester, England, the gritty city George Orwell once called "the belly and guts of the nation."
Then discussing what he meant by ‘my father beat the talent into me, Noel said: (Noel’s father was an alcoholic and abusive.)
"It gave me the drive to make something of myself. I think I definitely withdrew into myself, into my own world, as a reaction to that. And the guitar, that thing, became my world, you know what I mean? I've never written a song about it, right? Which is fascinating."
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