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Liam Gallagher and his indie drones come up with a new moniker, decide not to mess with rest of the recipe and spew out their debut. World keeps turning.

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An eighth Oasis album but for the absence of Noel, Beady Eye’s debut is deflatingly poor.

There are so many dismally lacking songs here - the fist-clenchingly pedestrian Wind Up Dream, the hopelessly second-rate Beatles And Stones - it’s easy to overlook the miniscule glimmers of fun; opener Four Letter Word boasting familiarly brusque guitars and Liam playing up to his characteristic knuckle-dragging machismo.

Those who think Standing On The Shoulder Of Giants signified Oasis’ creative peak might find further satisfaction amid this 13-strong offering, but to anyone of sound mind it should be made abundantly clear that this is a disappointing, derivative record.

Perhaps the most telling indictment against it is that nobody would pay it the slightest attention if Liam wasn’t involved.

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