13 January 2015

Noel Gallagher On Pink Floyd, David Bowie, The Sex Pistols, The Who, The Jam And More














Below are Noel Gallagher's top iTunes album recommendations, check out his favourite songs, movies and TV shows here.

The Sex Pistols: Never Mind The Bollocks Here's The Sex Pistols
"Probably the single most important important album of all time. Why? Because it reignited youth culture."

Pink Floyd: The Wall
"The scope, the vision, the story, the iconic guitar playing - not to mention the songs! I know every single word of it... staggering."

The Beatles: Revolver
"The '90's would never have happened without this album."

The Kinks: We Are The Village Green Preservation Society
"Probably the most underappreciated album of all time. Ray Davies was the unsung hero of the '60's... Storytelling of THE

The Stone Roses: The Stone Roses
"It doesn't sound like it now but at the time this really did seem like it came from another universe... at that moment they were the greatest band of all time."

The Who: The Ultimate Collection
"Undoubtedly the greatest singles band of all time... laughable how many truly great youth anthems Pete Townshend wrote."

Various Artists: The Hacienda Classics
"You really should've been there. One of my most treasured musical possessions... the sound of my youth. When it came out, it transported me right back to some of the greatest nights of my life. It never EVER lets you down."

The Velvet Underground: The Very Best Of The Velvet Underground
"Without The Velvet Underground no David Bowie. No David Bowie, no point getting up in the morning."

David Bowie: The Next Day
"No matter how hard they try (and they will try!) they'll never beat the jaw dropping moment when 'Where Are We Now?' was aired... the whole thing was mind blowing... properly mind blowing. A masterpiece."

The Soundtrack Of Our Lives: Behind The Music
"It changed the way I wrote music. Probably the biggest influence on my thing (whatever that is?!) since The Beatles."

The Jam: Snap!
"Weller the teenager writing teenage anthems... Rare as a decent B-side these days! No point in listing them, there's too many. Intense and unrelenting and he was only 23 when they split up!"

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