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TOP 50 MANCHESTER MUSIC CHART
#Top50MCR
The 50 latest releases from the "Rock'n'Goal Capital of the World" listed in order of Spotify plays
Chart includes artists from Manchester, groups formed in Manchester, bands with Mancunian lead singers or key musicians, RNCM and Chetham's alumni, and includes bands with a strong Manchester connection.
 

~ Updated 22 May 2019 ~
JP Cooper (1) 1 ~ JP Cooper Listen
Sing It With Me
Bizarrely not charting, yet scoring almost 5 million Spotify streams in three weeks, the multi-million selling Middleton artist returns with a new single, featuring Norwegian superstar Astrid S, (3 May 2019)

See him live: MANCHESTER ACADEMY 2 - 8th Oct
   
Aitch (2) 2 ~ Bugzy Malone Listen
M.E.N. II
"My accountant said that I could make a million without making a track this year". Manchester's favourite grime artist overcomes his writer's block to return with another song about himself (and his Lamborghini). Reaching no,34 in the UK single chart (this week no,45) with 2.4 million streams, his biggest hit yet. (1 May 2019)

See him live at VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 24th May 2019
   
Aitch (4)up 3 ~ Aitch Listen
On The Way Home (Remix)
Teaming up with Birmingham grime artist Jaykae, the mega-popular New Moston rapper releases his latest single and reaches no.73 in the UK charts, passing over a million stream; his first hit (1 May 2019)

 
   
Aitch (3)down 4 ~ Lucy Spraggan Listen
Today Was A Good Day
The fifth studio album from the Stockport-based Buxton born former X Factor contestant, entered the UK charts at no.12 (before dropping out of the Top 100 a week later) and features Scouting For Girls. (3 May 2019)

 
   
Noel Gallagher (5) 5 ~ Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Listen
Black Star Dancing
A new single from the former Oasis star, taken from his upcoming EP of the same name (due 14th June). (26 Apr)

   

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Tom Walker (New)up 6 ~ Tom Walker Listen
All That Matters (Acoustic)
A new single from the mega popular Chelmsford vocalist, written after his debut albm had already charted at UK no.1 (15 May 2019)

See him live: o2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 12th Nov
   
Crazy P (6)down 7 ~ Crazy P Listen
Age Of The Ego
Following 30 million steams for their previous album, sold-out headline gigs in Manchester and supporting Chic and Chaka Khan, Bury's Danielle Moore and her Nottingham/Manchester bandmates return with another superb album where heavy clubs beats are layered-up with perfectly-placed arrangement. (3 May 2019)

 
   
Robbie Williams (7)down 8 ~ Robbie Williams Listen
Romantico Starlight
The "Knutsford City Limits" Stoke-on-Trent pop legend, who found fame with Manchester boy band Take That, provides vocals to Bob Sinclair's ode to phone addiction, here remixed by Paris funksters The Supermen Lovers. (3 May 2019)
 

   
Tom Walker (8)down 9 ~ Tom Walker Listen
Just You and I (Remixes)
The mega popular Chelmsford vocalist's UK no.3 single gets 5 further remixes; this time from Dutch DJ BODÉ, Toronto's ATTLAS, New York funksters Crush Club, drum n bass duo Hybrid Minds, and Clip Gain, (3 May 2019)

See him live: o2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 12th Nov
   
Noel Gallagher (New)up 10 ~ Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Listen
Black Star Dancing Remixes
A 12" mix and Reflex revision of the new single from the former Oasis star, taken from his upcoming EP of the same name (due 14th June). (17 May)

   

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ACR (12)up 11 ~ A Certain Ratio Listen
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The funky Manchester band celebrate their 40th anniversary with a new box set, which celebrates their eclectic back catalogue of singles, B-sides and alternative versions of tracks from their early Factory Records days. It includes a brand new acoustic version of 'Won't Stop Loving You' (AKA The Big E), here titled 'W.S.L.U.', a recent collaboration with Parent's Sarah Brandwood-Spencer (string arrangement) and Jason Brown (additional guitars). amongst 20 unreleased tracks. Even the original tapes from the session they recorded for a collaboration with Grace Jones were uncovered and reworked. This session includes the cover version of Talking Heads' 'Houses In Motion', using Jez Kerr's guide vocals (pre to him becoming the band's singer). Grace Jones never completed her vocal take, after attending one of the recording sessions with the band, (3 May 2019)

See them live: YES MANCHESTER - 24th & 25th May
   
Morrissey (New)up 12 ~ Morrissey Listen
Lady Willpower
The cover of ’60s pop act Gary Puckett is the latest track to be taken from the controversial former Smiths frontman's upcoming "California Son" covers album (due later this week), which features Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong and Ed Droste of Grizzly Bear (17 May)

   
No Hot Ashes (20)up 13 ~ No Hot Ashes Listen
W.Y.N.A.
The disco and funk influenced Stockport indie kids return with another cracking single (10 May 2018)
See them live at o2 RITZ - 27th Sep 2019
   
Lost Under Heaven (18)up 14 ~ Jonathan Ogden Listen
Slow Down
The new solo single from the Mancunian Rivers & Robots frontman. (10 May 2019)
 

   
Ayo Britain (21)up 15 ~ Ayo Britain Listen
Clyde & Dodo
The Manchester rapper releases his soulful new single. (3 May 2019)

 
   

 
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Virus Syndicate (19)up 16 ~ Virus Syndicate Listen
Sick Gang EP
The new single from the Manchester grime collective featuring Dutch Dion Timmer and German music producer Virtual Riot. (30 Apr 2019)

 
   
Francis Lung (24)up 17 ~ Francis Lung Listen
2 Real
The new single from the former WU LYF songwriter and bassist (7 May)

   
Synkro (22)up 18 ~ Synkro Listen
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The brilliant new ambient album from atmospheric drum n bass producer Joe McBride.  Heavily inspired by the '80s-'90s new age/ambient movement, as well as some Japanese ambient techno influences, most of the music uses a full analogue set up, moving further away from his earlier sample-based work. (10 May)
 

   
New ORder (New)up 19 ~ New Order Listen
Sub-Culture (Live at MIF)
The superb new version of the 1985 "Low-Life" single heralds the release of the Manchester legend's new live album, "∑(No,12k,Lg,17Mif) New Order + Liam Gillick: So it goes.." (due 12th July) recorded at the Manchester International Festival in 2017. (16 May)

   
Sharda
(26)up 20 ~ Sharda Listen

Peace & Love
The Manchester based drum & bass DJ from Leicester releases his new 2 track single (9 May)
 

   

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Corella
(25)up 21 ~ Corella Listen

Bloom
Another brilliant new single from the hotly tipped Manchester rockers. This is a band to keep an eye on! (10 May)

   
Tom Walker (New)up 22 ~ Tom Walker Listen
Not Giving In (Remixes)
British drum & bass producers Fred V and Andy C both provide remixes of the single from the mega popular Chelmsford vocalist, (14 May 2019)

See him live: o2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 12th Nov
   
Thea Gilmore (New)up 23 ~ Thea Gilmore Listen
Small World Turning
The superb album from the talented Nantwich living Oxford born folk singer (and Bruce Springsteen favourite), shares similarities with her husband Nigel Stonier's also brilliant "Navigate" album. Acoustic guitars are back to the fore, with a quintessentially rootsy array of fiddles, whistles, mandolins and tenor banjos, with contributions from Cara Dillon, Seth Lakeman, Sam Lakeman, Katriona Gilmore, Jamie Roberts and Manchester fiddle player, BBC Radio 2's Young Folk Award winner 2013 Ciaran Algar. (17 May)

   
Sir John Barbirolli (New)up 24 ~ John Barbirolli Listen
Elgar From America
The legendary conductor, best remembered above all for leading and saving Manchester's Hallé Orchestra,  appears on the second half of this new collection of Elgar's work, as he conducts celloist Gregor Piatigorsky's 10th November 1940 performance of "Cello Concerto in E Minor" and a “first commercial release” of the New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra (today the New York Philharmonic) with their 10th October 1943 version of Falstaff, both recorded at Carnegie Hall. (17 May)
 

   
Jane Weaver (New)up 25 ~ Jane Weaver Listen
Mission Desire (Loops Variation)
A brilliant taster from the forthcoming "Loops In The Secret Society" album (21st June) which re-imagines tracks from the Liverpool-born, Manchester based former Twisted Nerve star's 2014's 'The Silver Globe', and 2017's 'Modern Kosmology' albums. (22 May 2019)

   

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TCTS (New)up 26 ~ TCTS Listen
Paradise
Mancunian electronica DJ Sam O'Neill remixes the new single from Los Angeles based drum & bass DJ Bazzi. (16 May)

 
   
Sons Of Arqa (New)up 27 ~ Suns Of Arqa Listen
Heart of the Suns 1979 - 2019
A new thirteen-track celebration of the last 40 years of music from one of Manchester’s most original, pioneering and hugely influential bands with founder Michael Wadada constant throughout and appearances from Manchester's former Nico-band member Gagarian (Graham “Dids” Dowdall), and The Verve's "Urban Hymns" producer Youth. (17 May 2019)
 

   
Gaika (New)up 28 ~ Gaika Listen
Heaters 4 The Seaters
The South London artist who emerged through Manchester's Murkage Collective, during his time living in the city, releases a "cyberpunk photo-negative of contemporary rap mixtapes". (15 May 2019)

See her live at YES MANCHESTER - 30th May
   
Jordan Max (New)up 29 ~ Jordan Max Listen
Can't Stop The Rain
Another fantastic single from the hotly-tipped Oldham vocalist, should appeal to fans of JP Cooper. (17 May 2019)
 

   
5&Dime (35)up 30 ~ 5&Dime Listen
Butterflies
Lee Monteverde's dance act teams up once more with house producer After 6 and Chicago-born vocalist Luther Soul for his latest previously released and withdrawn single. (10 May)
 

   

 
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Tantzz (34)up 31 ~ Tantzz Listen
Tantrum
The new potty-mouthed single from the Manchester based rapper. (4 May)
 

   
Riot Jazz Brass Band (32) 32 ~ Riot Jazz Brass Band Listen
On Job
The new EP from the funky 9 piece Manchester brass ensemble. (6 May 2019)

   
Halle (New)up 33 ~ Hallé Listen
Sigfried: Sigfried's Horn Call
Manchester's leading orchestra completes its highly regarded Ring cycle, with a pre-album release teaser of the live recording of its acclaimed Bridgewater Hall performance under Sir Mark Elder. The third element of Wagner's Ring cycle. The album is due 7th June. (17 May)
 

   
Driftwood (42)up 34 ~ DR!FTWOOD Listen
Fade Away
The Manchester based Preston pop rock trio release their latest single. (10 May)
 

   
Jas Shaw (36)up 35 ~ Jas Shaw Listen
EXCOP2 - Popes of Dischord
The second solo single in two weeks from the former University of Manchester Simian Mobile Disco star. (10 May)

 
   

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Discotron (New)up 36 ~ Audio Jacker Listen
Go Down
Yet another release from the same Stockport producer behind Discotron, Daft Funk, Weekend Players, Audio Jacker, Disko Junkie, Martello, Jack Le Funk, Serial Thrilla, Georgio Rodgers, Thrilla, Boogie Freaks, Soul Power, Hype The Phunk, Phunk Rokerz, and countless other aliases on his Tasty Recordings label. (17 May 2019)
 

   
The Membranes (New)up 37 ~ Membranes Listen
A Murmuration of Starlings on Blackpool Pier
The latest single from John Robb's post punk band, which heralds their forthcoming "What Nature Gives. Nature Takes Away" album, due on the 7th June. (17 May 2019)
See them live at o2 RITZ - 8th June 2019

   
Cavana (New)up 38 ~ Cavana Listen
Hideaway
Another jingly guitared feel good single from the melodic Manchester indie rockers. (10 May 2019)
 

   
The Bluntskins (New)up 39 ~ The Bluntskins Listen
Risks In Life
A jazzy new single from Manchester's most popular ganja-rap trio (17 May)
 

   
Sahdowparty (39)down 40 ~ ShadowParty Listen
Truth (Live at Festival no.6)
The new single recorded at the Portmeirion festival, from the international rock group, which includes Bad Lieutenant/New Order bass player Tom Chapman and Marion/New Order guitarist Phil Cunningham. (7 May)
 See them supporting A CERTAIN RATIO: YES MANCHESTER - 24th & 25th May

   

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Soul Power (40)down 41 ~ Serial Thrilla Listen
More More More
The 446th weekly release from the same Stockport producer behind Discotron, Daft Funk, Weekend Players, Audio Jacker, Disko Junkie, Martello, Jack Le Funk, Serial Thrilla, Georgio Rodgers, Thrilla, Boogie Freaks, Soul Power, Hype The Phunk, Phunk Rokerz, and countless other aliases on his Tasty Recordings and Soulcity Digital labels. (10 May)
 

   
Deja Vega (New)up 42 ~ Déjà Vega Listen
Mr. Powder
Another stomping guitar rock single from the brilliant Manchester/Winsford threesome. (13 May)
See them live: STOCKPORT - 19th July 2019
   
Strika (New)up 43 ~ Strika 0161 & Rdot Listen
Wait on Me
The new single from the two Manchester rappers. (11 May 2019)
 

   
The Winachi Tribe (New)up 44 ~ The Winachi Tribe Listen
Parasites Paradise
Another Mondaysesque funky new single from Manchester's electro funk sonic soul collective, featuring Kingston reggae star I Kong. (16 May)

 
   
K-Loose (New)up 45 ~ K-Loose Listen
Easy
The new single from the Manchester rapper. (10 May)
 

   

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Sugarspun (46) 46 ~ Sugarspun Listen
You're A Star Now
The new Spotify single from the young Manchester five peice who are fresh from supporting Black Grape and playing at the Etihad Stadium, ahead of a Champions League game. (10 May 2019)

 
   
Urf (New)up 47 ~ URF Listen
Solitude
The latest single from the female-fronted neo-psychedelic showgaze Manchester five piece. (17 May)
See them live: MANCHESTER PSYCH FESTIVAL - 30th Aug 2019
   
KIME (New)up 48 ~ K.I.M.E. Listen
Legend Killa
Following his "Ed Toppa" dis of Manchester rapper Slay, which prompted the response "Bald Ed Toppa", the Moss Side grime artist hits back once more. You can expect this one to run and run. (10 May 2019)
 

   
Barratt (New)up 49 ~ Barratt Listen
Into Your Arms
Superb single single from the 22 Stockport singer songwriter shows signs of early Starsailor, Elbow or Witness. One to keep an eye on! (17 May)
 
   
Olly Flavell (48)down 50 ~ Olly Flavell Listen
Lifeline
The new single from the talented Manchester singer songwriter (10 May)

   

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OTHER RELEASES IN THE UK CHARTS
Manchester artists currently in the Official UK charts
Chart includes artists from Manchester, groups formed in Manchester, bands with Mancunian lead singers or key musicians, RNCM and Chetham's alumni, and includes bands with a strong Manchester connection.
 

Jess Gillam (Classical)down 5 ~ Jess Gillam Listen
Rise
Fresh from closing the BBC Proms, the Ulverston born saxophonist, who currently studies at the RNCM on Oxford Road, entered the UK album charts at no.74 and spent 2 weeks at the top of the Classical Charts, (26 April 2019)

 
   
Tom Walker (Albums) 6 ~ Tom Walker Listen
What A Time To Be Alive
The incredible debut album from the Brit Award winning Chelford vocalist surprisingly entered the UK charts at no.1, beating Bryan Adams and Ariana Grande (this week no.4). Absolutely brilliant stuff, featuring duets with Zara Larsson and Rudimental, (1 Mar 2019)

See him live: MANCHESTER ACADEMY - 27th April 2019 & o2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 12th Nov
   
Ariana Grande (Albums) 10 ~ Ariana Grande Listen
thank u, next
The new album from Florida's Manchester Bee tattoo-wearing, first Honorary Citizen of Manchester - now the most popular artist in the world on Spotify - topped the UK charts for three weeks before being displaced by Manchester's Tom Walker. After announcing she will headline Manchester Pride, she has confirmed plans for another "special concert" in the city. (8 Feb 2019)

   
Aitch (Singles)down 13 ~ Aitch Listen
Keisha & Becky (Remix)
Challenging the feminist movement with over 4 million Spotify streams, the UK no.7 single from London drill rappers Russ Splash and Tion Wayne gets a remix version from the mega-popular New Moston grime artist with Swams, Sav'o & JAY1 (11 Apr 2019)

 
   
Tom Walker (Singles)down 14 ~ Tom Walker Listen
Just You and I
The mega popular Chelmsford vocalist's highest UK singles chart hit is a studio re-recording of 2017's acoustic single, reaching no.3 and scored over 63 million Spotify streams (11 Jan 2019)

See him live: MANCHESTER ACADEMY - 27th April 2019 & o2 VICTORIA WAREHOUSE - 12th Nov
   
Steven Osbourne (Classical)up 22 ~ Steven Osborne
Beethoven Piano Sonatas
The former RNCM piano student (originally from Edinburgh) enters the UK classical charts at no.10 with his critical acclaimed recording of Beethoven's three final sonatas, which only a very few pianists are qualified to undertake. Only available on CD (3 May 2019)
 

   
Take That (Albums)down31 ~ Take That Listen
Odyssey
The re-imagined greatest hits album went straight in to the UK Charts at no.1, taking the listener on a journey through the incredible musical history of one of Manchester's most successful bands ever. The 27 tracks - included a collaboration with Barry Gibb - are peppered with soundbites from their life, building a historical narrative around the songs - the story of five local teenage lads, who went on to become one of the biggest boy bands of all time. (23 Nov)

See them live at MANCHESTER ARENA - 25th, 26th & 27th April 2019
   
Oasis
(Albums)up 32 ~ Oasis Listen

Time Flies 1994 - 2009
The 297th week in the charts for the Gallagher brother's chart-topping "greatest hits" collection, which includes previous non-album tracks "Whatever" and "Lord Don't Slow Me Down". (14 Jun 2010)
See NOEL GALLAGHER live: HEATON PARK - 7th June 2019

   
Russell Watson (Classical)up 43 ~ Russell Watson Listen
In Harmony
The popular Salford tenor unites with Aled Jones reached no.8 in the UK album charts (no.2 in Classical Charts) with this collection of well-loved hymns, arias, and popular songs, including “Bright Horizons”, which was specifically composed for them by Sir Karl Jenkins. The medley “Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here’s To The Heroes”, is a timely tribute to the centenary of the end of the First World War and the 70th anniversary of the NHS. (9 Nov)

 
   
Oasis (Albums) up 47 ~ Oasis Listen
What's The Story Morning Glory
The 384th week in the charts for the Gallagher brother's chart-topping second album, their most commercially successful release selling over 22 million copies so far. It includes hits "Some Might Say", "Roll with It", "Morning Glory", "Wonderwall", "Don't Look Back in Anger", and "Champagne Supernova". (2 Oct 1995)
See NOEL GALLAGHER live: HEATON PARK - 7th June 2019

   
Paul McCreesh (Classical)down 48 ~ Paul McCreesh Listen
An English Coronation - 1902-1953
The University of Manchester educated conductor entered the UK Classical charts at no.7 (this week no.48) with a double album features a joyful celebration of the British music from the four coronations of the twentieth century (Edward VII in 1902, George V in 1911, George VI in 1937 and Elizabeth II in 1953). Including works by Mancunian composer William Walton, it was recorded in the imposing surroundings of Ely Cathedral with an extended Gabrieli Consort alongside an orchestra of rare early-twentieth century instruments. The music is interspersed by the coronation liturgy, with Simon Russell Beale speaking the part of the Archbishop of Canterbury. (3 May)
 

   
Ariana Grande (Singles) down 65 ~ Ariana Grande Listen
7 rings
With almost 659 million streams, the first Honorary Citizen of Manchester spent three weeks at the top of the UK singles chart with this single from her chart-topping fifth album, before being knocked down to no.2 by her own "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored", .swapping places once more the following week. (18 Jan 2019)

   
Ariana Grande (Albums)up 67 ~ Ariana Grande Listen
Sweetener
The first album from the first Honorary Citizen of Manchester, since the Manchester Arena attack, topped the charts in the UK and more than 18 other countries around the world and includes the Manchester tribute "No Tears Left To Cry", alongside Top 10 singles "God Is A Woman" and "Breathin'" amongst other charting tracks. (21 Aug 2018)

   
Ariana Grande (Singles)down 70 ~ Ariana Grande Listen
Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored
With over 331 million streams, Florida's Manchester Bee tattoo-wearing, first Honorary Citizen of Manchester - now the most popular artist in the world on Spotify - knocked her own "7 Rings" single off the UK no.1 singles chart spot with this album track from her chart-topping "7 Rings" album, before swapping places at the top, the following week. (8 Feb 2019)

   
Ariana Grande (Singles) down 71 ~ Ariana Grande Listen
Monopoly
Another potty mouthed single for your teenage daughters to sing into their comb, from the first Honorary Citizen of Manchester, Florida's Manchester Bee tattoo-wearing superstar - now the most popular artist in the world on Spotify - Clocking up over 57 million streams in a month, this duet with Victoria Monet, reached no,23 in the UK singles chart. She is set to confirm plans for another "special concert" in Manchester after she has headlined Manchester Pride. (1 Apr 2019)

   

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The Stone Roses (Albums)up 75 ~ The Stone Roses Listen
The Stone Roses
It's incredible to think that exactly 30 years since the Mancunian Gods released their eponymous debut album, kick starting the Madchester era, it is still in the UK charts. Originally charting at UK no.19 (later reaching no.5 twenty years later), it has sold over 900,000 copies and includes hits "Elephant Stone", "Made of Stone". "She Bangs the Drums", "Fools Gold", "I Wanna Be Adored", "Waterfall" and "I Am the Resurrection". (2 May 1989)
 

   
Tom Walker (Singles)down 78 ~ Tom Walker Listen
Leave A Light On
Over a year after its original release, the Macclesfield singer's French chart topper and UK no.7 hit, re-enters the chart, with over 230 million Spotify streams. (13 Oct 2017)

   
The 1975 (Albums)up 82 ~ The 1975 Listen
A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships
The Wilmslow boys who have gone on to be one of the biggest bands on the planet, went straight in at UK. no.1 with their incredible Brit Award Winning eclectic third album, receiving universal 5 Star press reviews on both sides of the Atlantic. Includes the singles, "Give Yourself a Try", "Love It If We Made It", "TooTimeTooTimeTooTime", "I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)","Sincerity Is Scary" , and"It's Not Living (If It's Not with You)", (30 Nov)

 
   
JP Cooper
(Albums)up 83 ~ JP Cooper & Charlotte OC Listen

Blue
Jonas Blue's 2018 UK no.33 album, which features Middleton vocalist JP Cooper on the 600 million Spotify streamed track "Perfect Strangers", and Blackburn's Charlotte OC reenters the chart (9 Nov 2018)

   
Oasis (Albums)up 86 ~ Oasis Listen
Definitely Maybe
Re-entering the charts for the 308th week, the Burnage band's 8 million selling chart-topping debut album. It includes hits "Supersonic" , "Shakermaker" , "Live Forever" , "Cigarettes & Alcohol" and "Rock 'N' Roll Star". (29 Aug 1994)
See NOEL GALLAGHER live: HEATON PARK - 7th June 2019

   
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