Monday, December 12, 2005

The libertines b-sides downloads

Heres two links to download all there b-sides

hopefully you know who they are..

LINK 1:click here
time for heroes (ao vivo com o ex-Clash Mick Jones)
what became of the likely lads (reworked)
what became of the likely lads (2nd single demo)
death on the stairs (produzida pelo ex-Suede Bernard Butler)
I get along (produzida pelo ex-Suede Bernard Butler)
tell the king (demo)

LINK 2 :click here
(I've Got) Sweets
All At Sea
Dilly Boys
Don't Look Back Into The Sun
For Lovers
General Smuts
Lazy sunday
Mocking Bird
Mr Finnegan
Never Never
Plan A
Sally Brown
Skag & Bone Man
Skinted & Mint
Seven Deadly Sins
The Delaney

heres a picture of them:
the libertines

The Libertines were a critically acclaimed British rock and roll band noted for their chaotic live outings, often seemingly ramshackle touring schedule and quintessentially English take on punk rock. The line-up consisted of Pete Doherty (vocals/guitar), Carl BarĂ¢t (vocals/guitar), John Hassall (bass) and Gary Powell (drums). Their debut single, "What A Waster" (2002), produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler, was immediately seized upon by the English press for its liberal use of profanity and English colloquialism. The single charted at number 37 and was followed by number 29 hit, "Up The Bracket". The debut album also entitled Up The Bracket charted at number 35. The album was produced by Mick Jones formerly of The Clash and Big Audio Dynamite. It was followed in 2004 by their second album, simply entitled The Libertines.


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