Liam Gallagher has launched another scathing attack on his estranged brother Noel - accusing the rocker of stealing material they worked on in Oasis for his upcoming solo album.
The group split in 2009 after a furious bust-up between the Gallagher brothers backstage at a gig in Paris, France.
Liam has taken aim at his sibling through the press on several occasions, and has ruled out ever reuniting with Noel to re-start Oasis.
And the rocker, who has formed new band Beady Eye since the split, is adamant he doesn't need to listen to any of Noel's new solo offerings - insisting many of songs were written for Oasis' final album, 2008's Dig Out Your Soul.
He tells Uncut magazine, "I haven't spoken to him, I haven't seen him. It's all very hush-hush round his camp. I put up with 18 years of that f**ker so I'm (not) a**ed what he doing... I've heard his f**king new record 'cos I f**king sung on half of it. When I was in America for Dig Out Your Soul he swiped some (tracks) off it because he obviously knew he wanted to do a solo album. So he can talk all the bulls**t about, 'Oh, I was intimidated,' and all that. F***ing nonsense. Behave. He knows. The people know. And I know. So no, it's not better and it won't get any f**king better."
And Liam is adamant Noel's solo concerts will be boring: "I'm sure it will all be very civilised and grown-up. His gigs will be like those that you can really stroke your chin at."