BACKGROUND: This UK promo EP was released to draw attention to The Libertines hotly anticipated self titled second album (as specified on the rear of the cover). To read the review of the album (which was the Observer ‘album of the week’ and neatly coincided with the sampler) see the following article “I know why the jailbird sings”: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2004/aug/29/popandrock.libertines?INTCMP=SRCH or the review itself: http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2004/aug/20/popandrock.libertines?INTCMP=SRCH
For reference only, the fourth and fifth images - a music press print ad for this promo & the original photo that the cover art was created from, respectively - are NOT included for sale with the CD. For the former, the characters represent the band wearing their trademark red military jackets (as seen on the cover of their greatest hits album: ‘Time for Heroes – The Best of The Libertines’).
STYLE OF MUSIC / GENRE: Indie rock, post-punk revival, art rock, New Wave, alternative music.
TRACKLIST (followed by approximate running time of each song):
1 Can't Stand Me Now 3:27
2 Don't Look Back Into The Sun 2:59
3 Time For Heroes 2:40
4 Narcissist 2:10
5 All At Sea 2:50
NB. All tracks performed by The Libertines.
FORMAT: CD promo in illustrated card case (as pictured).
PUBLISHED BY: Rough Trade Records Ltd. / The Observer (2005)
CATALOGUE NUMBER: OBS-132CD
CONDITION: This not a brand new CD. As such there may be signs of wear. It is an original product (not counterfeit). If we have more than one copy these are sent on a ‘first come, first served’ basis with those in the best condition sent to whoever buys first. Each CD is tested to ensure perfect playback.
POSTAGE & PACKING: Sent from the UK. FREE SHIPPING TO ALL COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE!!!