Gallagher claims to have taken more risks on the band's second album, and also claims that the album should have been released by Oasis during their heyday - instead of their critically divisive release, Be Here Now.
"This is the record Oasis should have made after (What's The Story) Morning Glory?" Liam says in a new interview with NME, although unlike brother Noel, declines to criticise Be Here Now, saying that he is still proud of the record.
"I'm not saying it's better than Be Here Now or it's going to be this or that - I love Be Here Now, I won't have a bad word said about it but when you're selling 20 million records, you've got people there going, 'Oh let's just chuck out that formula again'.
"So I'm a bit disappointed we didn't ever do it. But this f**king record: we've booted the door off the hinges and steamed right in there, into this other world."
He also speaks of his disappointment at poor sales of Beady Eye's debut album, adding: "Maybe it was too quick after Oasis... But you can blame it on this, you can blame it on that... at the end of the day people just didn't f**king buy it, they didn't get it, it didn't connect, so back to the drawing board."
Beady Eye live at Brixton Academy in 2011
Beady Eye's manager has previously stated that he believes the new Beady Eye album is some of Liam's best ever work.
It's probably the most exciting record I've worked on for as long as I can remember," said Scott Rodger of Quest Management.
"Everyone thinks they know exactly what record Beady Eye are going to deliver, but they've completey turned it on its head."
The band are working with Dave Sitek of TV On The Radio, and have promised the new record will be more risky than their debut.
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