Noel and Liam Gallagher, siblings from world famous legendary rock band Oasis, have admitted that recording sessions while collaborating with the Tweenies have been 'tough'. The proposed new single, 'Stop The Tweenie Clock', has been in production hell for the past few months.
Liam initially claimed he was 'mad fer it', while elder brother Noel claimed the song would be 'f**kin rockin' and 'the best thing I've ever wrote'. Mylo would provide duel guitar solos with Noel, while Jake was supposed to duet with Liam for the lead vocals. Bella and Fizz would provide backing vocals.
Sources close to The Spoof have revealed that recording sessions haven't been without its difficulties. Apparently, Liam battered Jake over the head with a baseball bat after he couldn't sing the word 'shine' in the style of Liam's.
"Its fookin sheeeeeeeine, not shine you fookin muppet," said the angry rocker, "Jake is real sheeeeeeeite."
Meanwhile, Noel claimed Mylo should 'fook off and die' after an altercation over who would get the last custard cream.
"Its not all about fookin custard creams, man. He was fookin sniffing a line of charlie on the mixing desks, the c*nt," shouted Noel, "Those tarts Bella and Fizz need to buck up their ideas. If they don't clean up their fookin act, then I'm hiring the Teletubbies. If they don't lay off that coke, then we've got another couple of Amy Winehouses on our fookin hands. And as for that big red dog of theirs, it can be put down for all I care".
Rumours continue to circulate as to whether recording sessions, for what can only be described as a bizzare partnership, will continue. Its not the only time Oasis and The Tweenies have crossed paths.
Last year, the Gallaghers were infuriated when the TV stars made a cover version of 'Champagne Supernova', with the video being a lavish psychedelic affair. Liam was also seen sticking the V's at the Tweenies at last years Brit Awards.
Just recently, the Tweenies were seen mocking Oasis on their TV show, in which they sang 'Roll With It' while wearing shades and styling a new mop top hair cut. When asked what they were doing, the Tweenies replied they were being a 'Beatles tribute band', much to the disgust of the Oasis brothers.
The Tweenies now plan to work with slit eyed weirdo Thom Yorke, where they have been giving him singing lessons for the past few months. Meanwhile, Oasis forthcoming album will be released in August, entitled '(What's The Story) In Balamory'.