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They went on to sell over 70 million records worldwide and enjoyed sell-out arena and stadium tours across the world.
But throughout their years as the Kings of Britpop, the sibling rivalry and fighting escalated between Noel and Liam, both behind the scenes and in the public eye.
Liam tweeted: “That gobs**** out of Blur might have turned Noel Gallagher into a massive girl but believe you me nxt time I see him there’s gonna be war.” Noel is equally dismissive of Liam, recently telling Vulture: “Listen, nobody gives a f**k what Liam thinks about anything.” After Liam sent a warm birthday message to sparring partner Noel, hopeful fans were still crossing their fingers about a gig Liam played on May 30 in Manchester to raise funds for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.
There were pleas for Liam, who called Noel “the creepy one out of Oasis”, to get together with him at a solo gig in Manchester despite Noel's controversial collaboration with Damon Albarn.
Now 44, Liam spends most of his time talking about how his band Oasis will eventually get back together and make more music eventually.
Liam - who is the world's least likely Love Island fan - started his career in a band called The Rain in the early 90s.
But that didn't happen, and days later Liam slammed his brother for relaxing on a luxury holiday instead of performing at the Ariana Grande concert for Manchester bombing victims on June 4, telling him: “Get on a f***ing plane”.
Fans who did not know Liam's full name are now making a meal of the bizarre revelation on Twitter.He originally wanted his brother Noel to be their manager, but Noel instead took creative control of the group, turning it into Oasis. Liam's vocals have become closely associated with the mood of the 90s and Oasis became one of the leading sounds in the Britpop genre.Liam Gallagher fans were left well and truly gobsmacked when it was revealed the star's real name ISN' T actually Liam.He released a statement saying: "It is with some sadness and great relief... People will write and say what they like, but I simply could not go on working with Liam a day longer." Giving the volatile relationship that Liam and Noel have, it has seemed unlikely that Oasis will reform, with Noel telling Rolling Stone magazine last year he "doesn't need the money".Last summer Liam tweeted: "Listen up no oasis reunion Rkids not into it I am hes to busy being beige new sounds on there way stay cool and most of all relevant LG." After Oasis split in 2009 Liam formed his own band called Beady Eye.
Oasis were without a doubt one of the biggest bands of the 90s.