Noel Gallagher of Oasis spoke with Time Off magazine, where he lashed out at some British media who claimed he was unpatriotic for being critical of several rock bands in his home country. “I can’t believe they said I was unpatriotic,” Noel fumed. “I’ll live and die in England. Fair enough, I loathe the image of English people abroad, but that’s where I live – it’s my home. I can’t believe it… Just because you slag off a few sh** bands they say you’re unpatriotic. People are more than welcome to say whatever they like about me. By the same token, if someone says to me, ‘What do you think of Franz Ferdinand?’ – or Bloc Party or fu**ing Suede – then what am I going to say? ‘They’re all right’? No, they’re fu**ing sh**!” The article at timeoff.com.au has since been removed.