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Babyshambles: Grow up, for Pete's sake

Comment by Caitlin Moran, The Times, 17 December 2004

Fans deify Pete Doherty for his 'old school' hedonism. Actually, he's a tragic junkie du jour ...

Babyshambles: Brixton Academy, London

Live Review by David Bennun, Mail On Sunday, February 2005

FOR THE BENEFIT of readers in Turkmenistan, I should explain that Babyshambles is the band led by former Libertine Pete Doherty — a man whose ...

Pete Doherty And The New Decadence

Comment by Charles Shaar Murray, Independent on Sunday, 6 February 2005

PERHAPS MARC ALMOND put it best: "To me a star is someone who has something extra, and something missing at the same time – ...

Kate Moss' Prince Alarming: Pete Doherty

Profile and Interview by Edward Helmore, Vanity Fair, July 2005

IT'S 9 PM AT the Boogaloo in north London and Gerry O'Boyle, the proprietor of this dingy pub, says Kate and Pete are on their ...

Babyshambles: Down In Albion (Rough Trade)

Review by David Bennun, Mail On Sunday, November 2005

WELL, here comes a record more laden with baggage than an Andalucian pack mule. ...

Babyshambles: Down in Albion

Review by Pete Paphides, The Times, 11 November 2005

HOW TONY PARSONS delighted in playing the contrarian on last Friday's Newsnight Review. Having lived with Babyshambles' long-awaited debut album for a week, the Mirror columnist took ...

Babyshambles: Down In Albion

Review by Johnny Sharp, MOJO, January 2006

SOME PUBLIC figures make reality TV shows about their turbulent tabloid lives. Here, Pete Doherty and his band have made Being Pete Doherty — The ...

Babyshambles: The Blinding (Capitol)

Review by Richard Cromelin, Los Angeles Times, 3 December 2006

WHEN Rough Trade Records released Babyshambles’ debut album, Down in Albion, early this year, it was a natural pairing: a maverick U.K. independent label of ...

Babyshambles: Shotter's Nation (Parlophone) ***

Review by Dorian Lynskey, Q, November 2007

It is, at least, far better than their tragic debut. Pete Doherty's promise, however, remains unfulfilled. ...

see also Pete Doherty

see also Libertines, The


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