Singer Liam Gallagher says he wants to collaborate with English rock band, The Stone Roses, as he prefers to being a part of a group than being a solo artiste. The 44-year-old singer, who is set to release his debut solo album titled 'As You Were' next month, says there are too many soloists in the music industry, according to Contactmusic. "Anyone that would be in a supergroup or that would have anything to do with a supergroup are all solo. There's far too many solo stars out there for my liking and not enough bands. I'm doing this cause I have to. I'd much prefer to be in a band. "The ideal ones would be the guys out of The Stone Roses.
I think they just split up, so that would be good. (Richard) Ashcroft would be good. There's a lot of people out there, but the majority of them are all doing their own thing. But, if they want to do one, give us a shout. I'll do it," says Gallagher. The singer rose to fame as the lead singer of the rock band Oasis, and later as the singer of Beady Eye, before the dissolution of both the bands.
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