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Shotter's Nation (1LP)

Babyshambles Shotter's Nation (1LP)

SKU: 0190295449117

Availability: In stock

€31.00

The acclaimed 2007 album reissued on black/clear marble-effect vinyl for a limited run of 500 copies. Each album individually numbered on a special card insert.

Summary

The acclaimed 2007 album reissued on black/clear marble-effect vinyl for a limited run of 500 copies. Each album individually numbered on a special card insert.

Details

Taken from the original 2007 masters when Pete Doherty was at the pinnacle of his creative powers, ‘Shotter’s Nation’ followed in the footsteps 'Down In Albion’, the band’s debut album, and Doherty’s first album outside of his first band - the era-defining Libertines. Both were met with commercial and critical acclaim, breaking into the top 10 of the album charts.

               

‘Shotter’s Nation’ is unmistakably Doherty. Melodic, stark, catchy, raw, brilliantly unique - his music has always created an unflappable loyalty from his many fans, remaining timeless, yet still sending a nostalgic excitement through its listeners. The album also features four songs co-written by Doherty’s then-girlfriend Kate Moss who also regularly performed live with them.

 

The approach to the recording and release of the album was an escape from Doherty’s previous methods. Stephen Street (The Smiths, Blur, Morrissey, The Cranberries) took over producer duties from The Clash's Mick Jones, and it was and his first album released by a major label, Parlophone.

 

Format: Black/Clear Marbled 1LP

Vinyl Weight: 180g

Original Release Year: 2007

Numbered: Yes (numbered insert)

Rhino Exclusive: Yes

Track Listing

LP1

Side One

  1. Carry on up the Morning
  2. Delivery
  3. You Talk
  4. UnBiloTitled
  5. Side of the Road
  6. Crumb Begging Baghead

 

Side Two

  1. Unstookie Titled
  2. French Dog Blues
  3. There She Goes
  4. Baddie's Boogie
  5. Deft Left Hand
  6. Lost Art of Murder

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