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  • Title: The Libertines Bound Together: The Definitive Story of Peter Doherty and Carl Barat and How They Changed British Music
  • Author: Anthony Thornton Roger Sargent
  • ISBN: 9780316732345
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Hardcover

  • In the short time they existed, the indie rock band The Libertines kick started a music Renaissance Their grungy rock sound and such stunts as giving away albums for free erased the barrier with fans and inspired thousands Yet for all their musical acumen, the band made the most headlines for their apparent live fast, die young lifestyle and for lead man Pete Doherty sIn the short time they existed, the indie rock band The Libertines kick started a music Renaissance Their grungy rock sound and such stunts as giving away albums for free erased the barrier with fans and inspired thousands Yet for all their musical acumen, the band made the most headlines for their apparent live fast, die young lifestyle and for lead man Pete Doherty s drug addictions and ongoing relationship with fashion model Kate Moss This insightful new look at The Libertines goes behind the headlines to document the band s true history, tracing its extraordinary highs and lows through the breakup and fallout between Doherty and the rest of the group Lushly illustrated with rare photos, this is the authentic story of the band that defined a generation.
    Anthony Thornton Roger Sargent
    Anthony Thornton was the Reviews Editor for NME magazine from 2002 2006 He has written for NME, The Independent, Q Magazine, The Idler and The Times.Official site The Libertines Bound TogetherBiography Biography


    Commentaires:

    Kate
    amazing photos. well researched - just could have done with a stricter edit. best book on the Libs.what i learnt from this book - ? what a pair of wasters they are - but I love 'em anyway.

    Mark
    The Libertines - to a large extent - saved British Music out of the dulldrums of being beaten down by the Limp Bizkit, Papa roach, Linkin Park school of American Nu-Metal.The book tells a very honest tale of the friendships which made & destroyed the band.Even for the fans who lived this, a must read.

    Leigh Roberts
    A band that saved us from papa roach, limp biskit and travis but why oh why not from the f&@?ing beige and boring whining and snoring unfathomably popular Coldplay? Now I have that off my chest -great band, great book

    Beth
    So many new bands that are about now would not be around if it were not for the Libertines. The photos are incredible. I feel I know them a little better now and despite their failings (and maybe slightly because of them) I still love them and the music they made.

    Anaïs
    A must-read for every Libertines fan. I love it to bits!

    Bárbara Reis
    A really interesting account of The Libertines' short and intense trajectory up to that point - I'd very much like to see a complete up-to-date version of it, although it'd probably be impossible to track in the same meticulous fashion, as they've become far less accessible - I mean, compared to the days in which more than half of their gigs were in pubs, Carl and Pete's own apartment(s), or just really small venues - with the passing of time.I've been a moderate fan for a few years and knew bit [...]

    Jamie
    If you like the libertines you'll love this book. Although it did make me like Carl Barat a log more than I did before. And it made me like Pete a lot less. But quality bio of their rise and fall.

    Andy Ryan
    A good biography of a band ripped apart by addiction and silence. You wonder if they had stayed together whether they would have conquered all before them but as the quote goes "It's better to burn brightly for half as long than to be a dim lingering light".

    Kleinerkiwi
    The best book on the libertines with a lot of photos of the time. It perfectly tells the turbulent story of the band with a lot of private detail. You truly get the feeling across that Sargent is one of their closest friends that has been with them from the early beginnings.

    emily
    Much better than the other Libs book I read. Anthony Thornton, NME scribe, knows what he's talking about and gives a clear, (mostly) unbiased opinion of events and people. The photographs are stunning, beautiful, sad, and funny, just like the story itself.

    Sophie
    Interesting story of these two characters and their chemistry - enjoyed reading it and listening to Up The Bracket.

    Meg Woodbury
    A short lived band broken by conflicts of interest cause of drug use.

    Tim Evans
    The kind of myth-making that the NME specialise in. A fawning account of a band that were never as important as they thought they were. I Get Along is a tune though.

    Rosemary
    Probably, the best book on The Libertines, out there. Informative, thorough, but still emotionally affecting. Not to mention lots of great pictures.

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