Noel Gallagher Open to Oasis Reunion -- For a Price

Noel Gallagher of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, 2015
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Noel Gallagher performing on July 4, 2015 in London.

Anyone waiting for an Oasis reunion show might have to cough up £20 million. That's what Noel Gallagher has said it would cost to bring back the seminal British rock band with his younger brother Liam. 

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Speaking with the Daily Star, the rocker was quoted saying he would do a comeback show "for twenty million quid, one gig," adding, "that is good money isn't it?"

"But I have never had that offer from anyone yet," he said. 

It's been about seven years since the brothers had a falling out and Gallagher blamed Liam's attitude attitude for the feud. 

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"Liam is a very angry man still," he said. "So he is not cool. "I don't ever sit down and when people ask about Oasis go, 'No that is it.'"

Noel Gallagher continued, "There might come a day one day where it might seem like a good idea, but I have so much I want to do. I have so much to do on my own that I don't really see it to be honest."

Meanwhile, a documentary called Supersonic about the band's early days and rise to fame is slated for release later this year. The film is being created by the same production team behind the 2015 Oscar-nominated Amy Winehouse doc, Amy, with Mat Whitecross directing. 

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