SIR Paul McCartney wants Oasis to "make some good music".
The Beatles icon has offered his thoughts on the idea of an Oasis reunion, urging the feuding brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher to put their differences aside for the sake of the music.
McCartney - who recently collaborated with Kanye West on music - said: "My advice to them? Just get together and make some good music! But they have got to want to do it. I think a lot of people would like them to do that. They are pretty cool guys!"
The 72-year-old musician's advice comes after The Sun newspaper reported the Britpop band - featuring Noel and Liam, as well as guitarist Paul 'Bonehead' Arthurs, bassist Paul 'Guigsy' McGuigan and drummer Tony McCarroll - were planning on reforming without Noel, as he had refused to reconcile with his brother.
The source said: "They don't seem to mind Noel not being on board, even though some fans won't regard it as a proper Oasis reunion.
"But as Noel wants no part in the band, it's the closest they are going to get to a full-scale comeback."
But Sir Paul confessed he is unsure whether the brothers will ever forgive each other, despite the fact "it would be nice" for their legions of fans.
Speaking to fans using the Japanese app, Line, he added: "I don't know if they will ever make up. It would be good because I think everyone likes brothers to like each other - and make up. It's a pity because they are very good together. Like many brothers, they are crazy. But it would be nice if they got together."
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