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Noel Gallagher: 'If you're No.1 in the charts, you must be s**t'

Former Oasis hitmaker Noel Gallagher has revealed that the Top 10 charts have lost their meaning because all new commercial music is disposable, replaceable and bland.

During an interview with the NME, the music star explained that the Top 40 doesn't really reflect talent anymore and thinks that having a No.1 single or album means very little:

'If you're number one in the charts now, it automatically means you must be s**t. Bands now go cap-in-hand to the industry and the industry has already decided what it wants for the f**king chart stars. But the charts are all the f**king same. Every single song in the Top 10 is the same s**t with a different voice."

Gallagher went onto add that his iconic band wouldn't have been famous if the music industry back then was like it is now: "If Oasis were starting tomorrow we would have nowhere near the impact, because you're judged instantly on your first gig, and then Radio 1 will judge you on how many f**king followers you've got on Facebook."

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Watch a recent interview with Gallagher here: