Album credits

Standing on the Shoulder of Giants

[1] Fuckin’ in the Bushes (3.18)
[2] Go Let It Out (4.38)
[3] Who Feels Love? (5.44)
[4] Put Yer Money Where Yer Mouth Is (4.27)
[5] Little James (4.15)
[6] Gas Panic! (6.08)
[7] Where Did It All Go Wrong? (4.26)
[8] Sunday Morning Call (5.12)
[9] I Can See a Liar (3.12)
[10] Roll It Over (6.31)

The Recording Studios
Chateau de la Colle Noire, France.
Olympic Studios, London, England.
Supernova Heights, London, England.
Wheeler End Studios, Buckinghamshire, England.

The Band
Liam Gallagher – Vocals.
Noel Gallagher – Guitar, vocals, bass, keyboards.
Alan White – Drums and percussion.

Guest musicians
Paul Stacey (keyboards; additional lead guitar on Fuckin’ in the Bushes; backwards guitar on Who Feels Love?; bass on Who Feels Love?, Gas Panic!, I Can See a Liar, and Roll it Over; additional acoustic guitar on Where Did it all Go Wrong?; guitar solo on Roll It Over).
P. P. Arnold (backing vocals on Fuckin’ in the Bushes; Put Yer Money Where Your Mouth Is; Roll It Over).
Linda Lewis (backing vocals on Fuckin’ in the Bushes; Put Yer Money Where Your Mouth Is; Roll It Over).
Mark Coyle (electric sitar on Put Yer Money Where Your Mouth Is; twelve-string acoustic guitar on Little James).
Mark Feltham (harmonica on Gas Panic!).
Tony Donaldson (Mini Moog and Mellotron on Gas Panic!).
Charlotte Glasson (flute on Gas Panic!).

Production personnel
Producers: Mark ‘Spike’ Stent and Noel Gallagher.
Recording engineer: Paul Stacey.
Assistant engineer: Wayne Wilkins.
Assistant engineer: Paul ‘P-Dub’ Walton.
Assistant engineer: Aaron Pratley.
Pro Tools operator: Jan ‘Stan’ Kybert.
Studio assistant: Steve “Rambo” Robinson.
Mastering (original CD version): Howie Weinberg at Masterdisk Corporation, New York.
Mastering (original vinyl version): Kevin Metcalfe at The Soundmasters, London.
Mastering (2009 reissue on heavyweight vinyl): Miles Showell at Metropolis Mastering, London.

(Alex at The Soundmasters confirms that ‘Kevin Metcalfe cut the vinyl from a production master from Masterdisk; the audio was mastered by Howie Weinberg. The master would probably have been a U-Matic tape marked ‘vinyl production master’ or ‘EQd production master’. It was and still is standard practice for cutting vinyl from someone else’s mastering’).

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