Damon Albarn seeks Noel Gallagher collaboration
Tue, 01 May 2012 10:13a.m.
Blur star Damon Albarn wants to prove he has patched up his relationship with former Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher by working on a song together.
The two bands were fierce rivals during the '90s Britpop era, and regularly launched verbal spats against each other in interviews.
They ended their feud last year after a chance meeting in a club, and Albarn has even hinted there is a place for Gallagher in his music collective Africa Express.
He tells Britain's Shortlist magazine, "I never held anything against him, even right in the middle of it. I just kind of admired them in a way; that they were better at handling it all than me. They didn't seem to get too affected by the bullshit. He should come on the Africa Express train... That'd be a nice chance to collaborate."
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