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August 21, 2004 | Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
The Libertines' show at the Troubadour on Thursday was a loud, taut, propulsive, punk-powered display that gave some hints about why this group has become a phenomenon in its native England. Just imagine what it would have been like if the whole band had been playing. In the latest plot twist to one of rock's most garish recent soap operas, the Libertines' co-leader, Peter Doherty, has been exiled from the band until he kicks his drug addiction.
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August 21, 2004 | Richard Cromelin, Times Staff Writer
The Libertines' show at the Troubadour on Thursday was a loud, taut, propulsive, punk-powered display that gave some hints about why this group has become a phenomenon in its native England. Just imagine what it would have been like if the whole band had been playing. In the latest plot twist to one of rock's most garish recent soap operas, the Libertines' co-leader, Peter Doherty, has been exiled from the band until he kicks his drug addiction.
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