The Libertines - Piss Me Off (At the Rhythm Factory)
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Four Libertines/Doherty tracks and a new wave legend in this grimy snapshot of the grot’n’roll uprising
Standing next to Libertines manager Alan McGee at about 2.30am on a Friday in March in London’s Rhythm Factory, I witnessed something truly mindboggling. New wave legend/junkie waster Peter Perrett – never has so much talent been spunked for the sake of a blackened spoon – clambered onstage to join The Libertines to play ‘Don’t Look Back Into The Sun’. It was eye-popping,...
- Dec 5, 2004
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- What a Waster
- Up The Bracket
- What Katie Did
- Don't Be Shy
- Death on the Stairs
- The Delaney
- Don't Look Back Into the Sun (feat. Peter Perrett)
- Can't Stand Me
- Last Post On the Bugle
- Campaign Of Hate
- Tell the King
- The man Who Would Be King
- Another Girl, Another Planet (feat. Peter Perrett)
- Time for Heroes
- I Get Along
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We won’t see their like again...
- Sep 12, 2005
- Apr 16, 2004
The Creation Records frontman says the band were the toughest act he ever worked with
The frontman says he is still hopeful of a reunion though
Best-selling biography will be available on May 23
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