Oasis - Familiar To Millions [DVD]  starring: Oasis, Liam Gallagher, Noel Gallagher, Gem Archer, Andy Bell
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Publisher: Big Brother
Release date: 13th November, 2000
- Fuckin' in the Bushes
- Go Let It Out
- Who Feels Love?
- Step Out
- Gas Panic!
- Roll with It
- Stand By Me
- Cigarettes & Alcohol
- Don't Look Back in Anger
- Live Forever
- Hey, Hey, My My
- Champagne Supernova
- Rock'n'roll Star
- Helter Skelter (From the Riverside Theatre, Milw
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Recorded at their 2000 Wembley dates, Familiar To Millions celebrates not just nearly a decade of dominance by the Oasis lads but also the fact that it is still actually possible to get them on the same stage at the same time. Moreover, while the band certainly had their troubles prior to arriving at the Twin Towers (not least Noel Gallagher's decision to stay at home for many European dates), this finds all concerned on blistering form with even the newer band members sounding like they were born to play with the monobrowed ones. The chosen set list also wisely skimps on selections from their recent work preferring instead to concentrate on the likes of "Cigarettes And Alcohol", "Wonderwall", "Supersonic", "Shakermaker", "Don't Look Back In Anger", "Champagne Supernova" and a superb Noel-sung version of Neil Young's "Hey Hey My My". The actual concert footage itself, though, is the only the tip of the iceberg, with special features including a discography, graphics that were specially filmed for the dates, multicamera angles on Cigarettes & Alcohol and a documentary by Grant Gee, previously responsible for Radiohead's Meeting People Is Easy documentary. The most entertaining aspect of this DVD by far, however, is a Gary Crowley-conducted pre-gig interview with the siblings in which ex-cokehead Noel gleefully admits that he can remember absolutely nothing whatsoever about recording (What's The Story) Morning Glory?. --Warren Wayans