Noel Gallagher claims his brother Liam "always lands on his feet" while he "always lands on his a**e." The Oasis guitarist - who broke three ribs after being pushed over by a fan on stage in September - says his brother is the lucky one, while he bears the brunt of the band's bad fortune.
Speaking about the incident, Noel said: "I'm not jealous of Liam, but I can't understand why someone would get on stage and attack me and not him."
"If ever there's a bottle thrown on stage, it always manages to miss him and hit me in the back of the head. My point is he always lands on his feet. I always land on my a**e. I've always had to work for everything I've got, and he's always just in the slipstream."
The 41-year-old musician also admits he prefers the security of being in a band and says it helped him stay grounded.
Noel added to Britain's The Guardian newspaper: "It is solo artists who go mad - Robbie Williams, George Michael - they go mental because it is all about them, but it's not all about me."
Oasis are currently touring North America and will play dates in Europe early next year.