Morrissey's been quiet lately, so Noel Gallagher and Ian Brown picked up the grumpy man-baby torch.
We spoke to the man behind it about addiction, his time working with Oasis and why he thinks the UK is in the midst of a drug death crisis.
In the past decade, Liam's taken to Twitter to call his brother "a fat fuck," "SHITBAG," "a PRICK," "Mr. Kiss Arse," and, uh, other things.
If "British" is a synonym for "mostly white men," a Radio X listener poll that championed Oasis, Queen, Arctic Monkeys and The Smiths makes total sense.
Look on as they discuss everything from naughty brothers with small feet to whether humans can fly.
From post-britpop dust Liam Gallagher ascended to the moon or at least his rightful place as the mouthpiece of the year.
The world's greatest music beef is dead (probably to be resurrected around February).
He's donated his tones to the tale of "The Very Hot Snowman" – an important message about climate change and how the "world is too hot".
Or: 'Why do Americans think "Wonderwall" is cool?'
He has a long history with potatoes that we've traced doggedly.
Brit-pop entered Downing Street, soft nationalism took over British culture, and we started to shut ourselves off from the world.
Nice of him to wait for his brother's album campaign to end.