Here’s what our Liam Gallagher's setlist should be at Reading & Leeds
We don't want another Glastonbury situation, do we r'kid?
Published: 8:00 am, August 25, 2017
It’s not that Liam Gallagher’s set at Glastonbury 2017 was bad. It wasn’t. Really. But it did sort of struggle in places.
See, none of us have heard his debut album ‘As You Were’ yet.We know its lead single, ‘Wall Of Glass’, as well as those other, slightly less good tracks that followed, but that’s it. And anyway, festivals aren’t a place to bring out solo material from ‘the new album’ - they’re for bangers. And Liam - Liam has the key to some of the biggest, baddest bangers of the last 30 years.
So here’s our plea, r’kid. For one night (well, two), put the promo campaign aside and give us what we want. No, not your brother. An hour or so of Oasis classics. It’ll be legendary. Promise. We’ve even helped by sticking you together a suggested setlist. Please?
Banger-dome rules apply. Album tracks need a licence, B-sides need a court ruling. 80% of the set must be SOLID GOLD.
With that in mind, Liam should play...
1. Fuckin’ In The Bushes
2. Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
3. Wall of Glass (we’re not unreasonable... - Ed)
4. Some Might Say
5. Slide Away
6. Cigarettes & Alcohol
7. Be Here Now (you’ll only play it anyway... -Ed)
10. Roll With It
11. D’You Know What I Mean?
12. Live Forever
Give all this a try
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