Liam Gallagher Thinks The AI Oasis Album Is ‘Mad As F*ck’ And Is ‘Better Than All The Other Snizzle Out There’

You’ve heard of Oasis, hopefully. Now, get ready for AISIS, a technically new band led by the indie group Breezer — but with a twist. The group replaced their lead singer’s vocals with an AI’s take on Liam Gallagher, which powers the new AISIS The Lost Tapes album. From the opening seconds, you can clearly tell it’s not them and something’s off, but others seem to enjoy it so far.

“I didn’t listen to the entire video, but from what I did hear, this feels like exactly what Oasis could and should’ve sounded like if Liam’s voice held up over the years and if the band made more of an effort to adopt modern and progressive sounds into the 2000s,” one user on Reddit commented.

As the AISIS record has gained traction online, some original Oasis fans chimed in on Gallagher’s daily tweets to ask him what he thought about his voice being used, or if he’d even heard of the occurrence at all.

“Not the album heard a tune it’s better than all the other snizzle out there,” he responded.

“Mad as f*ck I sound mega,” Gallagher added to another person’s comment.

This comes at an already wild week for AI’s effect on the music industry, as a manipulated collaboration between Drake and The Weeknd was taken down by Universal Music Group for being “a breach of our agreements and a violation of copyright law.”

To seemingly protect themselves from this, the AISIS Lost Tapes are on YouTube and listed as “an alternate reality concept album where the band’s 95-97 line-up continued to write music, or perhaps all got together years later to write a record akin to the first 3 albums, and only now has the master DAT tape from that session surfaced.” They’ve also teased that there’s another bunch coming.

For now, check out the first AI Oasis drop above.