Bringing together the tracks that defined a generation, from their epochal debut Up The Bracket and their self-titled follow-up, Time For Heroes is a timely reminder of the unique talent of Albion’s favourite sons Pete Doherty, Carl Barât , John Hasall and Gary Powell. The album also includes ‘”Don’t Look Back In To The Sun” and “What A Waster” which have never previously been available on either of their albums.
The collection includes the classic singles; “Can’t Stand Me Now” , “Time For Heroes”, fan picks; “What A Waster”, “Boys In The Band” and live favorites / b-sides “The Delaney” and “May Day”.
Rough Trade’s Geoff Travis; “The Libertines were the best and most influential band of the last decade that you’ve probably never heard properly – now’s your chance.”
|A1||Up The Bracket||2:40|
|A2||Time For Heroes||2:39|
|A4||Don’t Look Back Into The Sun||2:58|
|A5||Tell The King||3:23|
|A6||What Katie Did||3:51|
|A7||Can’t Stand Me Now||3:24|
|B8||What A Waster||2:59|
|B10||Boys In The Band||3:43|
|B11||Death On The Stairs||3:44|
|B12||I Get Along||2:51|
|B13||What Became Of The Likely Lads||3:21|