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Don’t Look Back Into the Sun

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Best band of the 21st centuary.

I've been waiting ages for i-Tunes to add some Libs videos to the library, and I finally got my wish. The Libertines are quite simply the best band of the 21st centuary, don't be blinded by stories of Pete and his troubles, they made some fantastic rock music. Barat / Doherty have since moved on with Dirty Pretty Things and Babyshambles, but they aint as good as they where together, it's like the meat but with no gravy. 'Don't Look Back Into the Sun' Is for me the best song they did. Judge for yourself.

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Totally agree, the video is great (although I reckon can't stand me now was better) and the libertines are my favourite band OF ALL TIME!!!!!!!!

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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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Don’t Look Back Into the Sun, The Libertines
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  • £1.29
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Released: 18 August 2003

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