It’s almost impossible to escape the controversy surrounding the Libertines. Arrests, jail time, drugs, rehab, explosive live “gorilla” performances in London and a missing member in US touring. But beyond all the drama that threatens to overshadow the Libertine’s music, their records have managed to transcended beyond all of the gossip-column fodder. On August 31, the Libertine’s new self-titled sophomore album will be released through Rough Trade Records. The first single off the album is The Libertines lead track, “Can’t Stand Me Now.” Check out the video, pieced together through footage of their live shows,
The album, produced by Mick Jones, is packed with songs that Libertines’ fans may recognize from the band’s live shows. The full tracklisting is:
1. Can’t Stand Me Now
2. Last Post On The Bugle
3. Don’t Be Shy
4. The Man Who Would Be King
5. Music When The Lights Go Out
7. The Ha Ha Wall
8. Arbeit Macht Frei
9. Campaign Of Hate
10. What Katie Did
12. The Saga
13. Road To Ruin
14. What Became Of The Likely Lads
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