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Waterloo to Anywhere

by Dirty Pretty Things

Waterloo to Anywhere by Dirty Pretty Things

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Waterloo to Anywhere

by Dirty Pretty Things

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Label: Interscope
Former Libertine Carl Barat's latest outing proves that he might've been the brains behind that band's crunchy punk after all (perpetual screw-up Pete Doherty certainly has only helped Barat's case). Dirty Pretty Things, named after Barat's London club night, replaces Doherty's schmoozy, leering vocals with Barat's more aggressive, nasal tonality; musically, Waterloo to Anywhere uses pointed, primal guitars and amped-up tempos to give chicks the punk rock brush-off -- which only makes them hotter, of course. First single "Deadwood" is urban noise at its best, but this entire album roars from start to finish.

About This Album

Former Libertine Carl Barat's latest outing proves that he might've been the brains behind that band's crunchy punk after all (perpetual screw-up Pete Doherty certainly has only helped Barat's case). Dirty Pretty Things, named after Barat's London club night, replaces Doherty's schmoozy, leering vocals with Barat's more aggressive, nasal tonality; musically, Waterloo to Anywhere uses pointed, primal guitars and amped-up tempos to give chicks the punk rock brush-off -- which only makes them hotter, of course. First single "Deadwood" is urban noise at its best, but this entire album roars from start to finish.

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About This Album

Former Libertine Carl Barat's latest outing proves that he might've been the brains behind that band's crunchy punk after all (perpetual screw-up Pete Doherty certainly has only helped Barat's case). Dirty Pretty Things, named after Barat's London club night, replaces Doherty's schmoozy, leering vocals with Barat's more aggressive, nasal tonality; musically, Waterloo to Anywhere uses pointed, primal guitars and amped-up tempos to give chicks the punk rock brush-off -- which only makes them hotter, of course. First single "Deadwood" is urban noise at its best, but this entire album roars from start to finish.