Time for Heroes: The Best of the Libertines [Vinyl]
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Time for Heroes: The Best of the Libertines [Vinyl] Description
“This is music to play in dark, velvety, womblike bars; this is music to play while buying cigarettes; this is music for well-dressed poor people” –Spin”Not since The Clash has a band evoked so precisely the grime and thrill of young London” –BlenderA promising U.K. post-punk-influenced band that, sadly, is best remembered for the drug-addled notoriety of band member and tabloid fixture Pete Doherty, the Libertines achieved stardom during their brief tenure in the Britpop spotlight fro…
From their epochal debut “Up The Bracket” and their follow-up “The Libertines”, “Time For Heroes” is a timely reminder of the unique talent of Albion’s favorite sons. Includes “Don’t Look Back Into The Sun”, which has never been available on either album. Classic singles include “Can’t Stand Me Now” and “Time For Heroes”, fan picks “What A Waster” and “Boys In The Band”, and live favorites/b-sides “The Delaney” and “May Day”.