Williams and Gallagher have been pals again within the ’90s however got here to loggerheads on a variety of events, together with when Williams challenged Gallagher to a battle on the 2000 Brit Awards.
“It’s not true that [Noel’s] massive in America, he’s just done well,” Williams mentioned, later including: “Liam isn’t one of the biggest stars worldwide.”
He continued: “Liam did Beady Eye and, to be honest with you, the songs weren’t very good. It’s as simple as that. The idea and concept of that whole thing wasn’t very good.”
Williams additionally argued that Oasis weren’t as profitable aboard as they have been within the UK. “We see our UK prism with our celebrities as, ‘Well, this must be happening worldwide because it’s happening here.’ It’s not happening outside of the UK…Oasis had a decent career in America, not a massive career.”
He did reserve some reward for Gallagher, including: “I do know that now we have beef and all that however then Liam did a solo profession, and I believe individuals needed him to have that solo profession.
“He went and worked with proper songwriters that do songwriting for a living, that craft verses, choruses and middle eights really, really well. He writes a great lyric, he does great melodies and he is the voice of a generation.”
Back in March after a interval of self-isolation in the course of the early levels of the coronavirus pandemic, Williams reignited with his feud with Gallagher after calling him a “dickhead.”
Speaking to The Sun, Williams initially appeared to reward Gallagher earlier than his feedback took one other flip. Williams mentioned: “The factor about Liam is he’s unimaginable. He’s an unimaginable singer – correct rock and curler. The world’s a greater place for him being in it. He’s iconic.
“Sometimes you have to separate the art from the dickhead. And I can do that.”
Meanwhile, Williams is ready to rejoin Take That for a one-off virtual charity show later this week (May 29).
The singer will be part of forces with Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald, for a lockdown present which is elevating funds for music remedy charity Nordoff Robbins and Crew Nation, who’re serving to to assist live performance crews in the course of the coronavirus outbreak.
Williams famously left the group to launch his solo profession in 1995, earlier than returning in 2010 for his or her sixth album, ‘Progress’.