Lifelong Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher has unveiled his handpicked ‘Match Day Playlist’ for the football club. Check it out below.
After attending a City match with fellow fan and local music hero Johnny Marr (much to the internet’s amusement), now Gallagher has chosen a selection of tracks to get the team and fans into the mood. The former Oasis frontman didn’t choose any tracks by his former band, but did select two tracks from his upcoming album ‘Who Built The Moon?’ with The High Flying Birds – featuring ‘Fort Knox’ and ‘Holy Mountain’.
Beyond that, he’s included fellow Mancunians New Order and Blossoms, a nod to the team colours with a track from Shocking Blue, and other pre-match energy-building numbers by AC/DC, Young Fathers, AC/DC, The Animals and many more.
‘Fort Knox’ by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
‘I Get So Excited’ by Real MCcoy
‘True Faith – ’94’ by New Order
‘Charlemagne’ by Blossoms
‘Rock & Roll (Mono)’ – 2015 Remastered by The Velvet Underground
‘What’s Next To The Moon’ by AC/DC
‘Outcast’ by The Animals
‘Ready To Start’ by Arcade Fire
‘Mighty Joe’ by Shocking Blue
‘GET UP’ by Young Fathers
‘Busy Earnin’ by Jungle
‘Holy Mountain’ by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds
Noel picks the music for Man City, used at the Etihad Stadium November 2017 #ManCity
Noel made headlines earlier this week when he slammed his brother Liam as ‘the village idiot’ and claimed that he is ‘not well‘, after their feud surrounding the ‘We Are Manchester’ benefit concert.
Asked about Liam’s alleged ‘We Are Manchester’ “PR stunt” comments, Noel replied: “I will say this — and this is all I will say about it. I don’t think that he [Liam] is well. I think it says more about him than it does about anything else. I honestly don’t think he is well.”
Noel Gallagher releases his new album ‘Who Built The Moon?’ on Friday November 25.