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Familiar To Millions

:: TrackList ::
:: Cover ::
1.Fuckin’ In The Bushes
2.Go Let It Out
3.Who Feels Love?
4.Supersonic
5.Shakermaker
6.Acquiesce
7.Step Out
8.Gas Panic!
9.Roll With It
10.Stand By Me
11.Wonderwall
12.Cigarettes & Alcohol
13.Don’t Look Back In Anger
14.Live Forever
15.Hey Hey, My My
16.Champagne Supernova
17.Rock’n’Roll Star
18.Helter Skelter
:: Info ::

Written By: Noel Gallagher (except track 7 by Gallagher/Wonder/Cosby/Moy and track 15 by Neil Young
(except track 17 by Lennon / McCartney (Northern Songs)
Recorder By: Jon Lemon
Recorded At: Live at Wembley Stadium on Friday July 21st 2000
Directed By: Dick Carruthers
Digital Editing by: Paul ‘Strangeboy’ Stacey

:: More Info ::
When the Oasis world tour reached UK shores in the summer of 2000, the bands two concerts at Wembley Stadium were the most eagerly anticipated shows of the summer and proved to be incredible highlights of what had been the bands most well attended and successful world tour ever.
The sold out Wembley shows were a rock ‘n’ roll triumph with unprecidented atmosphere; 70,000 people each night captivated by the bands every move and blown away by the scorching sound and stunning imagery.
Witness for yourself Britain’s finest rock ‘n’ roll band at the peak of their form.
The VHS version of ‘Familiar to Millions’ contains a special documentary, ‘Mad Fer It’, which includes backstage footage and interviews with Noel and Liam.
The DVD version of ‘Familiar to Millions’ also contains a whole host of additional features, you can find out more about them here.
‘Familiar to Millions’ is available in six formats; DVD, VHS, Double CD, Double Cassette, Double MiniDisc and limited Triple Vinyl. For more information, see the feature on it’s release from Special Events.
‘Fuckin In The Bushes’ contains samples from Murray Lerner’s film ‘Message To Love – Isle Of Wight 1970’. Used courtesy of Castle Music Pictures / Pulsar Productions.
‘Go Let It Out’ contains elements from ‘I Walk On Gilded Splinters’, performed by Johnny Jenkins. Used courtesy of Mercury Records under licence from Universal Music Special Markets, Inc.