Noel Gallagher has pretty . . . well, Noel plans for what he intends to do with the original recording masters of Oasis music and surprise, surprise - brother Liam may not be pleased.

Appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers, The High Flying Birds front man, who released his new single This Is The Place on Monday, was asked about releasing solo material on his own record label Sour Mash.

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He revealed that the masters for Oasis’ full back catalogue, which were released on the Creation and then the Big Brother labels, are "due to come back around to him in about four or five years".

"Trust me, I will be selling mine to the highest bidder. Well, what am I going to keep them for? So my kids can benefit? No, no, I’m gonna sell them," he said.

"I’m going to buy a plane, a yacht, I want a chimp with a top hat, and I’ll buy a rocket. And then I’ll leave the kids with the other stuff from the 2000s."

Sour Mash Records was set up in 2001 and the label has released all of Gallagher’s High Flying Birds albums and EPs.

Noel refused to let younger sibling Liam use Oasis music on the recent Liam Gallagher documentary film As it Was, which was made by Irish director Gavin Fitzgerald.

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