It is 20 years since Oasis' record-breaking Knebworth gigs saw them perform to 250,000 people over two nights.
Over 2.6 million people applied for tickets to the shows, the greatest demand for concert tickets in British history and the crowning glory of the Britpop era.
Joined by The Prodigy, Manic Street Preachers and The Charlatans, the gigs have gone down in history.
Oasis opened with Columbia and almost two hours later closed with a cover of The Beatles' I Am The Walrus and a spectacular fireworks display that lit up the grounds of Knebworth House.
Kate Moss, Chris Evans, Mick Hucknall and Martine McCutcheon were among the crowd, which Liam said he wasn't even able to see the back of because it was so vast.
If you want to understand the scale of that crowd, watch this never-before-seen aerial footage from the band's helicopter, accompanied by the first ever live performance of My Big Mouth.
And those who were lucky enough to get tickets couldn't believe that 20 years have flown by.
Aside from the music, Knebworth will best be remembered for Liam's hatred of the catering...
...And - like classic Brits - the queues.
My Big Mouth is available as a free download with pre-orders of Be Here Now: Chasing The Sun Edition, which will be released on October 7.