According to Spin, the record will be called Different Gear, Still Speeding, an appropriate name for an album that will find Gallagher moving out of the shadow of his songwriting brother Noel, who was responsible for so many of Oasis' best songs. The album will be released in the U.K. on February 28 and in the U.S. on March 1.
Of Different Gear's 13 cuts, the only one we've heard so far is "Bring the Light," a rollicking blast of Jerry Lee Lewis-style rock. The song we're most interested in checking out next? The track called "Beatles and Stones." Liam may have left Oasis behind, but it appears that his love of the Fab Four remains constant.
Different Gear, Still Speeding Track List:
- "Four Letter Word"
- "The Roller"
- "Beatles and Stones"
- "Wind Up Dream"
- "Bring the Light"
- "For Anyone"
- "Kill for a Dream"
- "Standing on the Edge of the Noise"
- "Three Ring Circus"
- "The Beat Goes On"
- "The Morning Son"
More Rock Albums Coming in 2011:
- New U2 album expected by May
- R.E.M. plotting spring release
- Queens of the Stone Age shooting for 2011 release
- Red Hot Chili Peppers preparing new record for summer
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