The Darkness have again put down Oasis in an interview. Having previously
accused the Gallaghers of being lazy in their attempts to break America, Justin Hawkins has now told Kerrang!: “Noel Gallagher is an overrated guitarist losing his grip on his credibility who just has to fire shots on his way down. It’s kind of a shame, really.”
Noel has been surprisingly quiet on the matter – saying only he found The Darkness “inoffensive” adding “it doesn’t do anything for me.”
That said, presumably Noel and Liam will become more vitriolic once they have an album to plug later this year.
And more from those lovely lads Oasis.
Noel Gallagher was interviewed by police yesterday after strolling down a
railway line in Cornwall. As previously reported Network Rail asked the British Transport Police to speak to Gallagher after the Sun published a picture of him walking along a railway line. A spokesman for the British Transport Police yesterday told the BBC: “Following a photograph which appeared in a national newspaper on 2 February 2004, around 11am this morning officers from the British Transport Police interviewed Mr Noel Gallagher in relation to him trespassing on the railway line. Mr Gallagher fully admitted the offence at Golant, Fowey, in Cornwall, and he was reported for a decision to be made as to whether he could be prosecuted or not.” He could be fined up to £1000 for the offense, though rail chiefs may be more keen for Gallagher to make a statement to his fans telling them how dangerous it is to trespass on their property.