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  • Why is it no bear in your stomach yet?

  • Hey, what's going on?

  • Everybody.

  • For first we feast.

  • I'm Sean Evans and you're watching hot ones.

  • It's the show of hot questions and even Hotter Wings.

  • And today we're joined by Noel Gallagher.

  • He's a rock and roll legend, formerly of the band Oasis, currently with Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

  • This is the place is the newest single and e p go check those out.

  • But in the meantime, no.

  • Gallagher, Welcome to the show.

  • Are you a spicy food guy?

  • Not particularly.

  • I've got a raging hangover because I had a show last night.

  • We didn't get in till all hours of the morning, so I'm not sure how this is gonna go, But I've got beer and milk war on.

  • I'm I've got a lot of enthusiasm.

  • All right, you go see what that was fucking jumped out his hand still live.

  • Lost the first wing for the first time.

  • My seasons in my mind.

  • Down.

  • All right, So this first one's the classic.

  • Be careful.

  • They're slippery for on.

  • So you're someone who fully understands the power of youth culture from seeing the outlet.

  • It provided your own rebelliousness to the effect that your music has had on younger fans.

  • When you look at youth culture today, do you say, like, Oh, well, Kanye, is there sex pistols and Nikes Air there, Doc Martens?

  • Or do you have some sort of worry that the kids might be lost?

  • My youngest is either nine or seven, but definitely not a It could be eight.

  • And he's the law in our house.

  • He is.

  • The law is the most switched on nine year old ever.

  • But there's good stuff there for sure.

  • We've got move a grind thing going on in England.

  • That would be like the new punk rock or something.

  • But my kids are into a lot, and I wouldn't I wouldn't probably have noticed if it wasn't for my Children.

  • Are you proud that you know that with crime, UK can have hip hop that is distinctly English rather than some sort of copy of American rap?

  • Yeah, I mean, I would you when?

  • When hip hop first came to England in the in the eighties and then British.

  • If our pirates started, it was a bit kind of life, but these guys are doing the grind stuff.

  • Storm season's captive and people like that.

  • You know, they're talking in their own language.

  • There's a huge, huge records and headlining glass and being things up.

  • They got it all on their own terms by speaking their language.

  • No compromise to it.

  • It all comes from the streets and long may it reign pregnancy, even by the labels on the sources.

  • It's about to start one with a fucking nuclear bomb on it.

  • Yeah, so one of my favorite Noel Gallagher ISMs is the one about you being uninterested in everything besides music, family and football.

  • What's the biggest difference between being a Manchester City fan now, versus when you were growing up?

  • Like, Do you think your kids take for granted that they're now Premiership powerhouse in England?

  • We don't you?

  • A team chooses you, and that's it forever in America.

  • You you guys can't attend to, you know, flip flopping, do everyone.

  • The main difference is we're winning trophies now.

  • We're living in the greatest times out.

  • Are you still into the NFL?

  • I haven't met many Brits there into that variety of Well, I do like it.

  • Once I'd worked out the rules.

  • I just love what in it?

  • Because it looked fantastic on all the players look like space, age and all that, but I didn't know how it works.

  • And then once I worked out that it's I got a minute.

  • You got three goals to get the ball 10 yards.

  • And if you don't do that on the 4th 1 you've got launched off the pitch.

  • What's going on in a minute?

  • Okay, I get this now on em.

  • If I'm ever touring America enjoying the football season, there's nothing better than light there on a Sunday kind of line in a nondescript hotel room in fucking Buffalo hungover.

  • What's in three games of American football?

  • Rally in much potatoes and breakfast.

  • There's nothing.

  • There's nothing better than that pineapple habanero.

  • We're not crossing well necessary genres here.

  • Well, I think that that's up to you to decide.

  • You know what I think we are?

  • Then?

  • You know it's like the idiot.

  • First place the pineapple on a pizza.

  • Well, you heard it here.

  • You heard it here at hot words.

  • It's not right.

  • It's not right.

  • SUNA 2011 Rolling Stone Profile Legendary record producer David Sorry described you as one of the best songwriters of your generation, and I imagine that some they come naturally to you and others.

  • Maybe they take years.

  • What's the longest length of time you've ever had from when you started a song When you finally finished it?

  • This is the place.

  • Took four years from start to finish.

  • No, obviously not in the studio for eight hours a day for four years.

  • I mean, that would be insane.

  • What kind of coming back to it?

  • You get it better, but usually the songs that live longest in the public consciousness of the ones that just fall out of the sky in comedy there's this cliche that a fat comedian is maybe less funny once they lose the weight.

  • Even the premise of that is funny.

  • Is there a rock star corollary to that like?

  • Are there challenges and writing when you've experienced success that maybe you didn't have when you were just a boy in Manchester without a pot to piss in?

  • Well, fame, UN success, they can't hit you pretty hard.

  • For instance, Amy Winehouse never recovered from fame.

  • God bless her, you know, she just wasn't she wasn't equipped to deal with it.

  • When I was right in in the early days of Oasis, I was in the same circumstances as the audience.

  • We haven't made any money.

  • We still wearing the same clothes is the audience.

  • And there's that magic period for maybe a year or six months where you're right in for the people that come into your kicks on.

  • Then they'll become a period where the big checks arrive and you go, right.

  • Well, I'm getting a fucking chimp, okay?

  • I don't have a foot.

  • What?

  • Anyone says I'm getting a top out on I'm getting a fucking car.

  • And guess what?

  • I can't even fucking drive.

  • So then you start to become a slightly removed from your audience, and then you've gotta rethink what you do.

  • Almost.

  • But I think for me personally, I just try to focus on three universal truths of life.

  • Everybody falls in love.

  • Everybody falls out of love.

  • Everybody's had their aren't broken.

  • Everybody loses their hair, so yeah, but there is.

  • There is the magic period.

  • That was the magic period that made Oasis.

  • You know, we were right.

  • I was writing about my life.

  • My life tended to be like 99% of the people that came to the kids lost scallions and know what's in this.

  • My fucking raspberries is there is some apricot in this.

  • I'm telling you, by that you mean a pickle.

  • Yes.

  • Apricot.

  • There's April Cotton.

  • This there's some fruit in this fast.

  • Nice.

  • Actually, you're into that way.

  • That's good.

  • So no, only been a Tauron musician for 30 years and in that time made more than your fair share of headlines.

  • So here on this wing, we just want to set the record straight on some curious, fabled Noel Gallagher Internet rumors.

  • Okay.

  • Is there any truth to the rumor that you were sued by Coca Cola and had to pay 1/2 $1,000,000 in damages for allegedly lifting a jingle melody?

  • You say lifting, We say stole?

  • Uh, I do believe that some morning out to change hands with Coca Cola, they were broken Time.

  • I did steal quite a chunk of a song unintentionally on my God.

  • It was just kind of in there.

  • That's a funny old phone call.

  • No, we got a cock.

  • A collar on the line.

  • What we got cut off Coca Cola going to see you.

  • It's like me.

  • Coca Cola Fucking wankers.

  • Why, Ana?

  • Yeah, I don't I don't know if it was our familiar, I think probably more than half a $1,000,000.

  • That tune must have more than that, but yeah.

  • Is it true that you refused to make music for the train spotting soundtrack because you thought it would be a boring movie about people spotting trains?

  • Nobody told me.

  • Why was it not called fucking heroin out?

  • Heroin fucking I don't know.

  • Why did it not say in the tile?

  • I've never heard of Irvine Welsh.

  • I'm not very intellectual.

  • I don't read books like trains void, but fucking spotting trains now.

  • You all right, mate?

  • I know little did I know.

  • You know what?

  • Going to one of the great British films of all time.

  • Is it true that the local council set up a bench outside your primrose homes?

  • Of the fans that were camping out outside?

  • Yeah, on the rubbish bin cemented run into the street because it was a lot.

  • A lot of kids outside my house in the nineties.

  • It could work in your favor if you got up and he had a hangover.

  • You go out to the front gate and people get all excited.

  • And you just say, Couldn't go to the shop for us and get some cigarettes cause you know you're like, kind of get an autograph.

  • Like if you go to the shop and get me 60 Benson and Hedges and so resolute papers on the news.

  • And then finally, is it true that you once spent £110,000 on a vintage Jaguar from your birth year that you didn't even know how to drive?

  • Never.

  • I've never driven it.

  • Still got it?

  • I've never driven it.

  • It's a beautiful car.

  • It's black convertible 1967 mark to Jagga.

  • I don't know how this came about, but I was made aware of this firm in England that find vintage chassis is on, then put like modern cars in them.

  • I can't fucking ana.

  • I went to see them, and they said it would take about two years to build.

  • Another hour.

  • Easily will have passed my test in two years.

  • Easily.

  • Two years later in my house and filling the cattle up, flatbed truck pulled up.

  • There was a car on the back right Fucking car.

  • I wanna get me one of those cars.

  • One day when I passed my test, some guy come up with a clipboard thing.

  • Any buying the bell?

  • He said, I've got car have delivered for Mr Gallagher.

  • And it kind of dawned on me that I'd forgotten to take the driving lessons.

  • Was getting high instead.

  • I mean, but I still got the car, Ana.

  • My kids a kind of vying for who's gonna get out there competing a little bit for he's going to get My daughter thinks she's gonna get it with you.

  • I fucking hate horseradish.

  • Really?

  • I'm not even sure what it is.

  • I love it.

  • I don't know why.

  • Because you love it.

  • You've made a fucking career out.

  • Do you like, what sob or anything like that?

  • Not really.

  • That stuff you got in sushi restaurants, the green stuff, right?

  • It's like smelling salts.

  • Yeah, There's something about I start to get funny.

  • So they say milk is the best for spicy food I've seen on man versus food.

  • Wow.

  • You came prepared today?

  • No, the funny thing.

  • That's all right.

  • I was obsessed with man versus food.

  • Shot Adam Richman is a friend of mine.

  • Was he really?

  • Yeah.

  • Fucking do the new guy.

  • That doesn't look right.

  • Okay, no offense, but I'm Yeah, my wife would walk into sitting there kind of fucking watching TV.

  • So we're watching this shit for and I was like, a fucking burger fucking side of it is going to eat it, and then you're gonna get T shirt.

  • Yeah, he's gonna get a T shirt, maybe a picture on the wall in fucking some place in the middle of nowhere.

  • All right away.

  • Every crane segment on our show called Explain that, Graham, We're do a deep dive on our guests.

  • Instagram pull interesting pictures that need more contact throwbacks, but I think you'll be in the clear.

  • This is from that Knebworth concert in front of 125,000 people.

  • We were talking about this deal the day this is 1997.

  • If you think of all the technology that was available then for bands to do gigs that size like you two were on the zoo TV tour and Allah, we've got a little fucking shitty piece of cloth as a backdrop, which just says Oasis on it.

  • And we thought that would be enough.

  • I do a lot back in it for me and that I'm friendly enough way did that.

  • The Oasis documentary few years ago.

  • This is still of the crowd with playing.

  • It was 125,000 people on DDE.

  • The best thing about the photograph is not one single person has got telephone.

  • So everyone's in the moment with the band.

  • You know, the 250,000 people came to that weekend.

  • There was one arrest in this day, and age is there would be extreme violence on extreme selfie taking on extreme streaming, you know?

  • I mean, so they are good, Good, good.

  • Memory of a different time by a Yep.

  • Fire, fire.

  • Fuck.

  • All right, now it's getting fucking dirty in it.

  • Yeah, Got dark.

  • Now you Did you eat these for a living?

  • Yep.

  • That's what I do for a living.

  • So that's my job over the head with no the hair left before the wings.

  • Believe it or not.

  • Okay, a little bit.

  • Mmm.

  • I've heard you say that you're fascinated by Kanye West, and you guys are obviously very different in a lot of ways.

  • But you do