Liam Gallagher won't be playing this Oasis song on tour...

27 February 2019, 14:14 | Updated: 27 February 2019, 14:17

Liam Gallagher at TRNSMT Festival 2018
Liam Gallagher at TRNSMT Festival 2018. Picture: Press/Ryan Johnston for TRNSMT

The Manchester rocker asked fans to help him add five new Oasis songs to his setlist, but ruled out one in particular.

This week saw Liam Gallagher send his fans loopy by revealing he was planning to add five Oasis tracks to his solo setlist.

The Manchester rocker, enlisted the help of his 3 million strong Twitter followers to request songs for his upcoming live dates writing: "Rite brothers n sisters need your help we’ll not really just thought I’d get you involved as your always banging on about how much I never interact with youse putting 5 new oasis songs in setlist you lucky fuckers can choose them of you go LG x"

However, when fans began to request everything from Cast No Shadow to Stand By Me and even Songbird, there was one song that the youngest Gallagher brother vetoed straight away.

Soon after the Oasis songs started pouring in, the Wall Of Glass singer simply wrote: "Not having roll with it ya fuckers".

Well that's us told then!

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Gallagher may have told fans he won't be playing the 1995 anthem - which was the second single to be taken from their second studio album, (What's The Story) Morning Glory? - but he has let fans know he'll be playing dates in London and his hometown of Manchester.

Earlier this week the Paper Crown singer also invited fans to ask him anything on Instagram, and revealed one of the bands he finds the most interesting.

Asked by a fan what the "best band today" was, the Rock 'N' Roll Star simply replied: "fat white family intrigue me".

See his Instagram Story below:

Liam Gallagher says Fat White Family intrigue him in Instagram Story
Liam Gallagher says Fat White Family intrigue him in Instagram Story. Picture: Instagram / Liam Gallagher

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Watch Liam Gallagher's reaction to a fish being thrown on Stage at Benicassim Festival last year: