Noel Gallagher on the end
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 In an interview with the Star, Noel discussed the end of rock stardom and said:

"The dawn of the digital age really put an end to rock stardom.  (We treated) our position at the time — the biggest band in the world —  with a great deal of contempt. That doesn’t happen now. Now, everybody’s  really grateful. To their audience, they’re like: “You guys! If it wasn’t for you . . . ”  F--- you guys. You didn’t even buy any f---ing records! Stop texting your ex-girlfriend.  Enjoy “Wonderwall.” You’re not our saviour. Buy a T-shirt and go home. That was the way we operated.

When asked about streaming music services such as Spotify, former Oasis star said: "I don’t stream music. If I want it, I’ll buy it. I don’t need access to 3 billion s--- tunes. Someone tried to sell me Spotify once and I was like, “Why would I want the entire f---ing catalogue of the Kaiser Chiefs? Why would I want access to that? Why would I want a load of  f---ing live gigs by the Foo Fighters?” I wouldn’t have it in the house, so why would I want it on my phone?"

Finally, When it comes to brother Liam, Noel said: "We’ve not been on speaking terms since 1996. I tolerated him up until he stopped being able to sing. When singing becomes shouting — I switched off then.  I was just amassing money."

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ph: Pablo Astudillo