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Oasis’ Knebworth film due next month, album in November

Oasis went from being a bunch of unknown yobbos from Manchester to playing in front of hundreds of thousands of people at Knebworth in a little over two years. It was one of the most meteoric rises in the history of music.

The story of that rocket ride has been told many times. Now a film on the Knebworth appearance in the summer of 1996 is ready to hit cinemas and VOD on September 23.

The official live album will be ready for November 19.

Disc 1

  1. Columbia (Live at Knebworth)
  2. Acquiensce (Live at Knebworth)
  3. Supersonic (Live at Knebworth)
  4. Hello (Live at Knebworth)
  5. Some Might Say (Live at Knebworth)
  6. Roll With It (Live at Knebworth)
  7. Slide Away (Live at Knebworth)
  8. Morning Glory (Live at Knebworth)
  9. Round Are Way (Live at Knebworth)
  10. Cigarettes & Alcohol (Live at Knebworth)

Disc 2

  1. Whatever (Live at Knebworth)
  2. Cast No Shadow (Live at Knebworth)
  3. Wonderwall (Live at Knebworth)
  4. The Masterplan (Live at Knebworth)
  5. Don’t Look Back In Anger (Live at Knebworth)
  6. My Big Mouth (Live at Knebworth)
  7. It’s Gettin’ Better (Man!!) (Live at Knebworth)
  8. Live Forever (Live at Knebworth)
  9. Champagne Supernova (Live at Knebworth)
  10. I Am The Walrus (Live at Knebworth)

Disc 3 (Oasis Knebworth 1996 Documentary DVD)

  1. Opening Credits
  2. Cool Britannia
  3. Tickets
  4. Leading Up To Knebworth
  5. Friday 9th August 1996
  6. Going To Knebworth
  7. Support Bands
  8. Build Up
  9. Columbia
  10. Acquiesce
  11. Supersonic
  12. Cigarettes & Alcohol
  13. Enjoying The Show / Screen Visuals
  14. Cast No Shadow
  15. Fans Singing
  16. The Masterplan
  17. What Would You Give the Band?
  18. Live Forever
  19. Saturday To Sunday
  20. Sunday Build Up
  21. Hello
  22. Some Might Say
  23. Roll With It
  24. Slide Away
  25. Morning Glory
  26. Don’t Look Back in Anger
  27. Who The Fuck Are Man United
  28. Champagne Supernova
  29. I Am The Walrus
  30. Wonderwall
  31. End Credits

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