Liam Gallagher has said he doesn't think Oasis were ''that great'' and reckons they never pushed any boundaries.
The band, which also comprised of Liam's brother, Noel, decided to part ways in 2009, and Liam reckons it was definitely for the best.
Speaking to MOJO magazine, the 47-year-old said: "I think we could have banged out a good album but... how long were we together? It's like anything, it does become tiresome at some point.
''Noel had calmed his partying down a bit, turned into a bit of a Victor Meldrew, whereas we were all still having it...
''So maybe he'd just had enough and needed a break.
''Y'know, we weren't that f***ing great anyway.
''We were alright, we were better than a lot of s**t out there but we weren't pushing the boundaries, we weren't Pink Floyd or The Beatles.
''We didn't make really great records, we were just a good band.''
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Liam also admitted that he doesn't think a lot of Oasis songs have ''aged well''.
''I always loved Live Forever, Champagne Supernova, got a soft spot for Supersonic cos it was the first one and it still sounds pretty good.
''Some of it hasn't aged well - I'll be honest, I hear it some day and I go, 'Turn that s**t off.' Oasis was a moment in time," he added.
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