Oasis man to settle down
Thursday 08 January 1998
After four years of Oasis mayhem, Liam, 25, told GQ magazine that he has tired of the party lifestyle and prefers to stay in.
"Now I've got Pats, I am happiest with her. It makes me grow up," he tells the magazine. I could go out tomorrow, but it'd just be doing the same things - snorting lines in bogs. That's not for me."
Instead, he wanted to do up his new country house - "it's wicked, man, seven bedrooms, all old English oak". He also plans to buy a dog. "I'm gonna buy an alsatian next week and call him Hendrix."
Home life will have to wait, however, as Oasis embark tomorrow on a 17-date tour of North America.
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