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The new issue of NME celebrates the tenth anniversary of The Libertines' masterpiece 'Up The Bracket' - a record that, according to Carl Barat, stirs emotions of "excitement, beatific joy, twinned with deep sorrow and heartbreak." Pick up the mag and you'll also get 'My Word That Was Fun', an exclusive covers album featuring specially recorded tracks from Spector, Tim Burgess, Mystery Jets, Stealing Sheep and others. The full tracklisting is as follows:

'Vertigo' (covered by Peace)
'Death On The Stairs' (covered by Spector)
'Horrorshow' (covered by Eyes On Film)
'Time For Heroes' (covered by The Milk)
'Boys In The Band' (covered by Stealing Sheep)
'Radio America' (covered by Mystery Jets)
'Up The Bracket' (covered by Howler)
'Tell The King' (covered by Tribes)
'The Boy Looked At Johnny' (covered by Marybell Katastrophy)
'Begging' (covered by The Cast Of Cheers)
'The Good Old Days' (covered by Tim Burgess)
'I Get Along' (covered by Splashh)


Fancy hearing a taster of the album? Simply mouse over selected images on the image below to stream clips from some of the tracks. If you want to hear the whole thing, well, you'll just have to buy the mag...















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