Washington, Mar 4 (ANI): Oasis star Noel Gallagher is wishing that the ongoing financial crisis gets worse - because the band come up with their best work during times of economic strife.
Gallagher, who first began writing music in the early 1990s, claims the troubled climate in Britain at the time helped them put together their hit 1994 debut album Definitely Maybe.
And now, the guitarist hopes the recession could have a positive effect when the rockers make their upcoming ninth record, reports Contactmusic.
He says, "I hope the financial crisis gets a bit worse - at least we'll get a few good albums out of it.
"When we started in the early nineties it was a pretty grim time when the Conservative (party) was still in power.
"Times of crisis usually bring out the best in music and fashion and politics and things like that." (ANI)