British rocker Noel Gallagher has his sights set on becoming a movie composer and he wants to record a score for Quentin Tarantino.
The former Oasis rocker is currently on tour promoting his debut solo album Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, and he has a psychedelic follow-up record in the pipeline, which is due for release next year (13).
But he's already planning his next move - and a film soundtrack project is at the top of his to-do list.
He tells NME magazine, "If anyone's writing a western film out there, I would love to do one (score)... I've got loads of spaghetti western-esque incidental music. So, Mr. Tarantino, if you're reading, you know my name."
Pulp Fiction director Tarantino is currently working on a reimagined version of cult western Django, called Django Unchained.
Gallagher would also be interested in teaming up with his one-time foe Damon Albarn.
The two rockers endured a 15-year feud after falling out at the height of Britpop in the mid-1990s - when their bands Oasis and Blur became chart rivals - but they recently put their differences aside after a chance meeting in a bar.
And Gallagher admits he'd welcome the idea of a joint project: "For a start, he's (Albarn) as mad as a box of frogs. Number two, he'd get loads of hip-hop dudes working on it (collaborative album), which itself would be f**kin mental. And number three? It would be a better record."