Oasis legend Liam Gallagher says he would be open to record the theme tune for upcoming Bond film No Time To Die.
Taking a swipe at the film's title, the 47-year-old ranted about there being a lot of dying going on in the world.
Noel Gallagher's brother said: "The new James Bond one, it's all about dying innit.
"Die not next week, can't be a***d dying today, might die f*****g next month, there's a lot of death going on.
"But you know they can give us a call, why not."
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While Bond producers are yet to give him a call, Liam says he has a track already recorded that would fit perfectly on a Quentin Tarantino film.
He continued to Irish radio station Today FM: "Gone is a top tune, I could see that in a Tarantino film.
"If I could work with anyone? Tarantino, he’s pretty good, isn’t he.
"There's a lot of him in Gone. But we don’t write music to go, 'Right let’s put it in a film,' but if people pick up on it then they’re welcome to it."
In typically blunt fashion, the British chart-topper insisted he won't tone down blowing his own trumpet.
Liam said: "A lot of people are a bit shy about being great.
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"A lot of people call it arrogance if you big yourself, I think that’s a crime.
"If you’re good at something then shout about it.
"I can't be doing with shrinking wall flowers going, 'I'm all right'."
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