Noel Gallagher has admitted to writing, recording, and performing all of ‘Be Here Now’ on cocaine in a new GQ interview. Gallagher criticized the album, saying he even tells fans who like it he isn’t a fan of it.
“Yeah. F**king hell. What a drug. If that had gone on through the 1990s, it might have been a little bit groovier. Cocaine, it’s not the most creative drug in the world. And, again, it’s not unlike the internet. It drives neurosis.
And you’re just talking out your f**king ass. I mean, the reason I packed it in, was because I had enough of the 5am conversations about the pyramids and f**king this, that and the other. It was all fucking nonsense. Everything I ever did on cocaine would have to be redone.
Be Here Now was written, recorded and performed on cocaine and if you’re into that kind of thing… I meet so many kids and I signed so many of those covers and they’re always on about this album and I’m like, ‘If you love it, f**king great.’ I can only have my opinion and that’s it.
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