Liam 'Loved Every Minute' Of Glastonbury Set
Beady Eye frontman has a change of heart after opening festival...
Back in 2004, when Oasis headlined at Worthy Farm, Liam slated the event, describing the sound as "sh**" and the festival as "like Bond Street with mud", because of the hordes of celebrities who descend on Somerset for the weekend.
But after yesterday's performance, he told The Sun: "I loved it. Every minute of it. I take it all back."
Liam explained: "Last time I had a bad day at the office and I mouthed off. Today we had a big crowd but I dunno if they were here to see us.
"But as long as they're not throwing things it's all right. I was worried about it being so early with my voice and that, but it was all right."
The Beady Eye frontman also discussed the possibility of an Oasis reunion, saying it would happen "if the musical gods want it".
Speaking to Digital Spy at Glastonbury, Liam admitted he and Noel were still not on speaking terms, but said: "Without being f***ing hippy, it'll happen when it'll happen. If the musical gods want it to happen."
Asked whether Worthy Farm would be the perfect venue for an Oasis comeback, Gallagher replied: "I guess so.
"Wherever it'll be, it will be big. But who's to say it should be big? Maybe it'll be small."