The `AKA- What A Life` singer thinks the `Bad Romance` star is good at getting attention, but he doesn-t think her music will stand the test of time.
He said: "I don`t give a f***ing monkey`s about LadyGaga. It`s all about the meat suit and the controversy. Is it about music? Really? She`s got the publicity side sorted, but where`s the f***ing music.
"Her album gets played a lot around my house by my daughter and it`s Madonna-lite. Madonna was hardcore. She took it to the edge musically as well as everything else.
"Twenty years from now, will we listen to LadyGaga? No. She might think she is making a stand for the freaks and the weirdos. But they`re not going to have any decent f***ing music to play are they?"
The former Oasis star - who has an 11-year-old daughter Anais with his ex-wife Meg Matthews and two sons, three-year-old Donovan and 10-month-old Sonny, with his current spouse Sara MacDonald - is disappointed that most current rock bands have nothing interesting to say and laments the lack of a "focal point" for rock `n` roll.
He added in an interview with Q magazine: "Who will retell the rock `n` roll story for a new generation? The problem with bands these days is half of them get the music right but you read an interview and think, `I can`t buy into them as people.`
"It`s become this prevailing thing where, `It`s all about the music.` It`s not. It`s more than that. The way you look or what you say or what you stand for is crucial. People are so wary of being the spokesman for a generation. It`s a bulls**t tag, but still - I wish someone would provide a focal point."