Waterloo Records

2008 US only re-issue on red vinyl of their 2007 compilation containing 13 tracks from one of the most controversial groups to emerge from the UK in the early noughts and helped a new generation of rockers find their musical compass. During their short tenure, the band from Albion managed to rack up six UK Top 40 hits, including two songs that were produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler: 'Don't Look Back in to the Sun' and 'What a Waster'. This set also includes popular single b-sides and concert faves for a fitting recap of a band that won't soon be forgotten. Rough Trade.
2008 US only re-issue on red vinyl of their 2007 compilation containing 13 tracks from one of the most controversial groups to emerge from the UK in the early noughts and helped a new generation of rockers find their musical compass. During their short tenure, the band from Albion managed to rack up six UK Top 40 hits, including two songs that were produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler: 'Don't Look Back in to the Sun' and 'What a Waster'. This set also includes popular single b-sides and concert faves for a fitting recap of a band that won't soon be forgotten. Rough Trade.
883870042116
The Libertines - Time for Heroes-The Best of the Libertines

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: RTUS
Catalog: RTD 004211
Rel. Date: 10/21/2008
UPC: 883870042116

Time for Heroes-The Best of the Libertines
Artist: The Libertines
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $26.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Up The Bracket
2. Times For Heroes
3. Mayday
4. Don't Look Back Into The Sun
5. Tell The King
6. What Katie Did
7. Can't Stand Me Now
8. What A Waster
9. Delaney, The
10. Boys In The Band
11. Death On The Stairs
12. I Get Along
13. What Became Of The Likely Lads

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2008 US only re-issue on red vinyl of their 2007 compilation containing 13 tracks from one of the most controversial groups to emerge from the UK in the early noughts and helped a new generation of rockers find their musical compass. During their short tenure, the band from Albion managed to rack up six UK Top 40 hits, including two songs that were produced by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler: 'Don't Look Back in to the Sun' and 'What a Waster'. This set also includes popular single b-sides and concert faves for a fitting recap of a band that won't soon be forgotten. Rough Trade.
        
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