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Band Profile: Carl Barat Carl Ashley Raphael Barāt (born June 6, 1978) was co-frontman of punk and indie rock revivalists The Libertines with Peter Doherty. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14702/ | 72 hits
CD Review: Carl Barat - Death Fires I have to confess, this might be a biased review. This is due to one fact, The Libertines are my favourite band of all time. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14710/ | 662 hits
Band Profile: Dirty Pretty Things Dirty Pretty Things were a band fronted by former member of The Libertines Carl Barāt. The formation of the band was announced in September 2005, after The Libertines had split up in 2004 due to a falling out between Barāt and Peter Doherty. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6439/ | 531 hits
Band Profile: The Paddingtons Comprised of Tom Atkin (vocalist), Martin Hines (guitarist), Josh Hubbard (guitarist); and brothers Lloyd (bassist) and Grant Dobbs (drummer), The Paddingtons were signed by Alan McGee to his Poptones record label. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/5565/ | 454 hits
Band Profile: The Common Redstarts Think of the weekend, think of being in the pub with your mates, think of riding the hangover from the pricey pints and the cheap drugs. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6514/ | 117 hits
Live Review: Babyshambles Excuse me in advance. I may rant slightly in this review. First off the trains lashed up, severely. Forcing me and my able sidekick to go gig-goer hunting at Shipley train station in order to round up a posse who could get a mini-bus taxi with us instead. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3145/ | 2,473 hits
Band Profile: GST Cardinals Kingston upon Hull, UK (2005-Present)
GST Cardinals are a five-piece british indie rock band from Kingston upon Hull, UK. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15778/ | 31 hits
CD Review: The Libertines - s/t I swear to God. The day I finally get my wish and am sworn in as Supreme Lord of the Universe, one of the first things I will introduce is a law making it compulsory for all groups consisting of skinny white boys with guitars to do two hundred press-ups first thing on a morning to a soundtrack of "I Feel Good" and "Get Up (Sex Machine)" by James Brown. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3058/ | 1,214 hits
Band Profile: The Cooper Temple Clause An alternative rock band named after an obscure UK parliamentary amendment to the 1870 Elementary Education Bill, allowing parents to withdraw their children from religious education and preventing indoctrination in state schools. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/4830/ | 486 hits