Liam Gallagher says U2 should lighten up a bit.
The Oasis frontman couldn't believe a story he'd heard about the Irish group watching a video of their live show after they had come off stage and analysising it.
He told Sydney's Daily Telegraph, "W***ers. Haven't they got f**k all better to do? I'd rather be out there getting pi**ed.
"I certainly wouldn't go back after a gig and analyse it. No wonder they're the biggest band in the world: 'Oh Edge, the fourth guitar solo wasn't right tonight'. 'Oh, sorry Bono'.
"If that's what people think rock'n'roll is ..."
The 32-year-old singer added: "This is the best job in the world. It's even better when you're the best rock star.
"I'm the best f**king rock'n'roll singer this country's ever had."
Oasis release their sixth album, Don't Believe The Truth, on June 6 and the band begin their UK and Irish stadium tour at Glasgow's Hampden Park on June 29.