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Liam Gallagher achieved both fame and notoriety as the lead singer of British rock band Oasis, the group who defined Brit-pop in the 1990s. Gallagher began stepping out of the shadow of his brother Noel -- the songwriter who penned most of Oasis' hits -- in the early 2000s, contributing original tunes to the band starting with the 2003 single "Songbird." The siblings split in 2009, leading Liam to take the remaining members of Oasis to form Beady Eye. Gallagher would then launch a solo career in 2017.