Standing on the Shoulder of Giants
 Fuckin’ in the Bushes (3.18)
 Go Let It Out (4.38)
 Who Feels Love? (5.44)
 Put Yer Money Where Yer Mouth Is (4.27)
 Little James (4.15)
 Gas Panic! (6.08)
 Where Did It All Go Wrong? (4.26)
 Sunday Morning Call (5.12)
 I Can See a Liar (3.12)
 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.
Liam Gallagher – Vocals.
Noel Gallagher – Guitar, vocals, bass, keyboards.
Alan White – Drums and percussion.
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!).
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’).