Noel Gallagher Blasts Adele, Says Music Is "For Grannies"

Posted: Dec 9 2015, 7:59am CST | by , in News | Latest Celebrity News


Noel Gallagher Blasts Adele, Says Music is "For Grannies"
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It seems like the feud still burns between Oasis front man Noel Gallagher and musical superstar Adele. The singer and songwriter, who once worked with Adele, said that he thinks of her music as "music for grannies."

Gallagher was talking to The Telegraph when he opened up about the singer, who has caused him some problems with public opinion in the last few months. "If someone wants to know what I think of Adele, I’ll fucking tell them… I just don’t see what all the fuss is about. I don’t like her music. I think it’s music for fucking grannies.”

Gallagher also added insult to injury, starting that he thought Adele was a part of the "sea of cheese" that is ruining the modern music scene. "Music has nosedived into f****** blandness," he said. "A sea of cheese."

Adele's "25" might be somewhat of a sore spot for the singer, who saw her album break the Oasis album "Be Here Now" record of selling a million albums in the shortest amount of time on the Official UK Album Chart.

You might remember that this is the album that Adele wanted to work with Gallagher on, but his nasty attitude got in the way of him being a part of what will likely be one of the biggest albums of all time.

However, the famously caustic and cranky Gallagher did say that he would like to talk about music he likes. “It is interesting that no-one ever talks about my love of U2 and Coldplay, but there you go. Lately, the one I’ve been asked about is Adele.”

Seems like someone just had a bunch of sour grapes - maybe a rousing round of "Wonderwall" will help him out?

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