Liam Gallagher T-shirt: As You Were An official licensed unisex soft-style cotton Liam Gallagher t-shirt with the title of his debut solo album As You Were.
Liam Gallagher Shockwave The legend is back, Liam Gallagher follows on from his debut solo album As Your Were with a 7" single titled Shockwave with an etching on the B-side with lyrics. Warner 7"
Liam Gallagher Why Me? Why not. Indies exclusive LP is on green coloured vinyl. Deluxe CD includes 3 bonus tracks. Collector's Edition includes an etched 12" with 3 extra tracks + an exclusive demo (not available anywhere else), the album on yellow coloured vinyl, a 20-page hardback book, a deluxe CD housed in the book, 2 art prints and a fold-out poster. The second full length solo album from the iconic Liam Gallagher, following on from his critically acclaimed 2017 debut As You Were. “It’s a better record than As You Were... which is saying something, as that was epic, wasn’t it?” - Liam Gallagher. CD | LP
Liam Gallagher As You Were Exclusive Indies & HMV only LP comes on white vinyl. Both LPs are 180g. The eagerly awaited debut solo album from the brit-pop legend that is Liam Gallagher. “I didn’t want to be reinventing anything or going off on a space jazz odyssey,” says Liam. “It’s the Lennon ‘Cold Turkey’ vibe, The Stones, the classics. But done my way, now.” “Everything you’d want from a solo Liam Gallagher: big tunes, great singing, plenty of attitude.” - Q Warner CD | LP
Liam Gallagher Wall of Glass A new 7" single from the legend that is Liam Gallagher, the song marks his first ever solo release and first drop of new music since his former band Beady Eye disbanded. These songs include Liam’s incredible first single as a solo artist, Wall Of Glass. If you had to make an equation of all the elements that made the early Oasis singles so apocalyptically good - i.e, huge waves of guitar hooks + melody you can’t shake for…ever + thunderous rhythm + LIAM GALLAGHER’S VOICE delivering an unbelievably catchy chorus - then Wall Of Glass fits in the lineage perfectly. It’s hard to recall a time he’s sung better - it’s like hearing him for the first time again, the same yearning menace that claimed a million hearts by the end of Supersonic’s first chorus. His voice is definitely on point. Warner 7"