Live Forever (2003)
Noel Gallagher: [describing the success of "What's the Story Morning Glory?" in the UK] I personally think "Definitely Maybe" is a much better album. And for the life a me, I can't understand... why, in this country in particular, that when people were going to buy "Morning Glory", they didn't buy "Definitely Maybe". And I'd just like to say,
[looking directly into camera]
Noel Gallagher: where do you fucking get off on that? You know, when you go to HMV to buy a copy a "Morning Glory", you don't buy "Definitely Maybe". What's that all about? Ya know, do you just do it to piss me off? I'd... I would... It's a source of... I could just sit and think about that for hours.
[points at interviewer]
Noel Gallagher: Have you got "Definitely Maybe"?
Noel Gallagher: And "Morning"- See? Now, you... I can understand that... People are fucking weird.
Liam Gallagher: Didn't like music then. Just played football and come in late for me tea. Knocked on people's doors and run off. Ran through people's gardens and pinched things.
Interviewer: What sort of things would you pinch?
Liam Gallagher: Clothes off the washing line. If I thought they looked pretty cool, I thought, "I'll have that". Mountain bikes. Lawnmowers.
Interviewer: You used to pinch lawnmowers?
Liam Gallagher: Yeah. And sell 'em. For weed.
Inteviewer: So what is "Live Forever" about then?
Liam Gallagher: Well, it's about living forever, aint it.
Noel Gallagher: If we had sat and calculated we were going to make history, I'd have certainly wore a better outfit in that and I would have gotten out of bed a little earlier, and I might have tried to keep Liam off the sauce.