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the libertines

Up The Bracket (20th Anniversary Edition)

limited red 2lp including Live At The 100 Club - 1 per customer - £27.99 | Buy
2lp including Live At The 100 Club - £23.99 | Buy

2cd including Live At The 100 Club - £11.99 | Buy
this seminal post-britpop record turns 20 like an absolute champ (with a luxury, remastered reissue).
the libertines

All Quiet On The Eastern Esplanade

lp - £27.99 | Buy
cd - £14.99 | Buy

limited clear lp + very limited *signed* art print - £31.99
Pete, Carl, Gary and John have set their differences aside and regrouped to make this remarkable return to form - and not only is it a return to form but it ele...
Peter Doherty with Simon Spence

A Likely Lad

hardback book - £20.00 | Buy
The long-awaited, candid memoir from Peter Doherty, whose talent as a musician has more often been eclipsed by a Herculean appetite for selfdestruction: drugs, ...
Waterloo To Anywhere (2024 Reissue)
  1. Deadwood
  2. Doctors And Dealers
  3. Bang Bang You're Dead
  4. Blood Thirsty Bastards
  5. The Gentry Cove
  6. Gin & Milk
  7. The Enemy
  8. If You Love A Woman
  9. You Fucking Love It
  10. Wondering
  11. Last Of The Small Town Playboys

Dirty Pretty Things

Waterloo To Anywhere (2024 Reissue)

  • 180g black lp

    Released: 7th Jun 2024


'Waterloo To Anywhere' was the debut album from the short-lived, briefly adored Dirty Pretty Things, originally released on Vertigo Records in May 2006.

What do you do after being in the Libertines, one of the most notorious British bands of the early 21st Century? For Carl Barât, you form Dirty Pretty Things, something of an indie supergroup of their moment. Joining Barât was Libertines drummer Gary Powell, guitarist Anthony Rossomando, who'd stood in for Doherty, and former Cooper Temple Clause bassist, Didz Hammond. Leading 'Waterloo To Anywhere' was the infectious UK Top 5 hit, 'Bang Bang You're Dead' (better known in recent years as live favourite for The Mighty Olafs), which set the tone for the fabulous collection of rock, punk and ska. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Dave Sardy and then later in Glasgow with Tony Doogan, the album showed the strength of the group's writing. Away from the standard high-octane indie of 'Gin & Milk' and 'You F*cking Love It', 'The Gentry Cove' was particularly captivating, marrying Barât's fascinating wordplay with robust Clash reggae/sea shanty interludes.