2010 UK CD album comprising the accompanying soundtrack to 'Oil City Confidential', the last film in Julien Temple's trilogy on British music in the 1970s. It is a prequel to his landmark filmsabout punk figureheads, the Sex Pistols ['The Filth & The Fury'] and Joe Strummer ['The Future Is Unwritten']. The Sex Pistols and Joe Strummer's roles are well known, but Dr Feelgood played a pivotal role in creating the conditions for the cultural explosion of punk. Drawing on their first four albums, the soundtrack consists of 23 tracks including 20 Feelgood numbers [of which 10 are live] and three tracks by other artists who were a major influence on them: Johnny Kidd & The Pirates and The Paramounts. Kicking things off is a live version of Wilko and Mick Green's 'Going Back Home', followed by a cover of 'Route 66' and legendary first single 'Roxette'. With other highlights including more inimitable blues & R&B covers such as 'I Can Tell', 'I'm A Hog For You Baby', 'I'm A Man', 'Riot In Cell Block Nine', as well as 10 more Dr Feelgood songs penned by the prolific Wilko, which showcase his writing talents and the band's legacy: a blueprint for a cultural revolution!