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Time for Heroes - The Best of The Libertines (Bonus Track Version)

The Libertines

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Customer Reviews

Good Introduction

1. The album misses some great songs, but it still is a good intro to the band 2. I personally don't see the reason for releasing a greatest hits for the band other than record label's desire to make money, but it's still nice to have great singles like "Don't Look Back Into The Sun" along with the other stuff. 3. Just think I should also mention that if something this band is underrated, not only this band is hugely influential but its members are still producing great music, check out "Shotter's Nation" by Babyshambles

Great compilation of a great band

No idea what the guy under me is talking about, this band is great. Good mix with a good balance of hits and more obscure stuff. Nice. NOTE: the 5-star reiew ws just to balance the score out, I'd give it 4.

amazing!!!!

amazing greatest hits.! great collection, i do agree they missed some great ones but they cant put every libertines song on:)

Biography

Formed: 2001 in London, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Libertines joined the pop fray of 2002, competing with the likes of the Strokes, Hives, Vines, and Doves with their debut single, "What a Waster." The Bernard Butler-produced track entered the U.K.'s Top 40 in June, leaving NME to crown the Libertines as the best new band in Britain. The double-A-side song "I Get Along" earned Single of the Week on BBC Radio 1. The London-based band, who inked a deal with Rough Trade in December 2001, featured Carl Barât (guitar/vocals), Pete Doherty (guitar/vocals),...
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