Liam Gallagher to perform Definitely Maybe at 'biblical' venues for 30th anniversary

The singer will perform the special shows next year

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Liam Gallagher said he's going to perform Definitely Maybe in full. (PA Images/Alamy)

Liam Gallagher has announced he is going to perform Oasis’ debut album Definitely Maybe all the way through at a series of special gigs to mark its 30th anniversary.

The singer and brother Noel's Britpop group unveiled the album in August 1994, and it became the UK's fastest-selling debut album at the time.

Liam, who has been in a long-running feud with Noel, has now taken to Twitter to tell fans he plans to mark the milestone with some performances at venues he promised would be “biblical”.

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He told his followers: “As it’s 30 years since DM was released nxt year I’m gonna be playing the album from start to finish in its original order at a few BIBLICAL venues LG x.”

Fans could barely contain their excitement and begged for more details about where the shows might be.

“OH MY GOD YES,” one person tweeted.

Another asked: “Which BIBLICAL venues?? Please give me few hints I really wanna know.”

“Make sure one venue is the O2 Arena,” urged another fan.

NETHERLANDS - JUNE 01:  Photo of Noel GALLAGHER and Liam GALLAGHER and OASIS; Liam Gallagher & Noel Gallagher performing live onstage  (Photo by Paul Bergen/Redferns)
Oasis went their separate ways in 2009. (Redferns)

“How about MADISON SQUARE GARDEN???” suggested another.

Somebody else posted: “You are going to be celestial!!! I would love to be there.”

Another said it was "amazing news".

Others suggested that Liam and Noel could reunite for the occasion.

“Maybe get the band back together just a thought,” said one.

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Fans want to see Liam and Noel Gallagher back together. (PA Images/Alamy)

Fans have long hoped for a reunion after the Wonderwall singers fell out during a backstage row at a festival in Paris in 2009.

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The brothers have occasionally implied that they’d be open to reuniting but so far it hasn’t happened.

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