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This is top notch as far as demoes go, right?
I mean France is a killer tune by Karl.
A CD-R with most if not all the demo sessions on them. If you want them I could send you a copy. PM your address or something if you're interested :)
think you have to be a memeber though to download.
That website is seriously good for a libertines fix btw.
If it was their debut album, as opposed to Up the Bracket, they obviously wouldn't have had the same impact (though the cult would remain), but the songs are pretty much too good to have remained (mostly) demos. P-Doddy still Bucket Shop and Breck Road Lover a fair bit nowadays anyway, but it's a shame they never made it to a proper release...and Sister Sister is also an indiepop gem.
when doherty didn't sound smacked up and it had cello or something? cuz that was actually really lovely.
Legs 11 was their first demo in about 1999, when they had Mr Razzcocks, their 60-year-old drummer. It sounds a lot more jangly and La's-esque, as opposed to the punkier end of their repertoire, but it does have the original version of Music When The Lights Go Out.
i used to love them lots. smashing is probably my favourite song.
Best unreleased song was probably You're My Waterloo?
(psst...put it up on indietorrents.) Ah, the good old days: when Pete could just be a simple junkie musician without a traveling press corps...
such a tune