Babyshambles release new album

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Babyshambles are set to release a new album.

’Back On The Bus- What Goes On Tour Stays On Tour’ is released on September 18, and is a compilation of songs chosen by the band.

Included on the tracklisting is ’Tourbus Tales- Babyshambles’, where the band discuss supermodels and crack whores.

Also featured is an exclusive acoustic version of ’What Katy Did Next’.

The tracklisting is:

The Creation – ‘Making Time’
The Clash - ‘Jail Guitar Door’
The Littlan’s - ‘Their Way’
Love - ‘Your Friend & Mine’
Dennis Brown - ‘Money In My Pocket’
Cazals - ‘New Boy In Town’
The Social - ‘To The Bone’
Johnny Thunders - ‘Chinese Rocks’
Devendra Banhart - ‘Chinese Children’
St Etienne - ‘Only Love Can Break Your Heart’
Esther Phillips - ‘Just Say Goodbye’
Graham Collier -‘ Aberdeen Angus’
Belle & Sebastian - ‘Mornington Crescent’
Bert Jansch - ‘Needle Of Death’
The Stone Roses - ‘Going Down’


As previously reported by NME.COM, the band missed their performance at Ibiza Rocks on Monday (August 14)due to problems with Pete Doherty’s passport.

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