October 5, 2012 16:57
New Libertines cover album to feature in next week's NME
Mystery Jets, Tim Burgess, Peace, Stealing Sheep and more help us celebrate 10 years of Up The Bracket
NME celebrates 10 years since the release of The Libertines' debut 'Up The Bracket' with a new covers album.
The exclusive album will be part of next week's magazine and features specially recorded tracks from Spector, Tim Burgess, Mystery Jets, Stealing Sheep and others.
Inside next week's magazine, which will be available on newsstands from next Wednesday (October 10) or available digitally, we've got a brand new interview with the band plus the full story of all the brilliant chaos around the album's release, including untold stories from all the main players plus plenty more Libs action.
The full tracklisting of NME's ten years of 'Up The Bracket' cover album 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)
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