Babyshambles vs The Subways: Round Two - what we've learned on Twitter this week (Feb 5)

All the best Tweets from your favourite musicians

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It's Friday again, which means it's time to look back at what our favourite musicians have been sharing on Twitter over the past seven days. This week, the public row between The Subways' Billy Lunn and Pete Doherty (represented here by Babyshambles' manager Adrian Hunter) continues, Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos offers a handy tip for would-be terrorists and Lily Allen returns to the net in breezy fashion. Also, Radiohead finally enter the Twittersphere (albeit with a whimper rather than a bang)

Here's some of the best Tweets from the past week, spelling mistakes and all

Billy Lunn, The Subways: I'll use force if my words don't pierce [Pete Doherty's] very soul and pull back those veils of delusion and grandeur that he hides behind!

Adrian Hunter, Babyshambles manager: @thesubways Call that mediocre tripe music? "Be my little rock and roll queen". Sheer poetry. Dear god.

Alex Kapranos: Security black-listed terrorists: fly BA from Glasgow to London City. They don't bother with irksome ID checks.

Andrew WK: PARTY TIP: The hardest thing about making your dreams come true is believing that dreams can really come true at all. Believe it.

Tim Westwood: Should I get a back, sack and crack wax for Miami?

Mark Ronson: oh. @ghostfacekillah just made my album about 3x doper (realistically probably about 42x doper, but wanted 2 use the old school reference)

Lily Allen: Just got back from Aus, and I had a wonderful time. Setting up my new office in London, got some really exciting stuff to share with you.

Radiohead: Testing the twitter...

Tune in next week for the best from the Twitter universe, and in the meantime make sure you're following us at Twitter.com/NMEmagazine for the latest.

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