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The Libertines

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Description: Rock'n'roll can pretty much burn off pure mythology alone, but what happens when the soap opera of drug abuse and broken friendships threatens to overwhelm the music? That's the problem the Libertines' eponymous second LP must face up to - and while it sometimes struggles to live up to the magic of its predecessor, 2002's Up The Bracket, it's still peppered with enough inspiration to explain why people still care about this band. Co-frontmen Carl Barat and Pete Doherty tackle their problems head on with the opening "Can't Stand Me Now", an anthemic, harmonica-accompanied number with echoes of The Cure's "Lovecats& ... (more)
Manufacturer: Rough Trade
Release date: 30 August 2004
EAN: 5050159816620
Tags: Rock (1), UK (1), Garage Rock (1), English (1), 2004 (1), Peter Doherty (1), Carl Barat (1), Gary Powell (1), Album (1), Brit Rock (1), Rough Trade (1), Alt. Rock (1), 2000's (1), (1)
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Best Albums of 2004 (50 music items)

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2,002 Albums to Listen to Before Death... (2003 music items)

"THE LIBERTINES (2004) THE LIBERTINES Review coming soon... FAV TRACKS: "Can't Stand Me Now"; "Don't Be Shy"; "Road to Ruin"; "The Saga"; "What Became of the Likely Lads"; "When the Lights Go Out"; "Last Post on the Bugle"; "Narcissist"; "The Ha Ha Wall"; "The Man Who Would Be King"; "Campaign of Hate"; "What Katie Did"; "Tomblands" "