Libertine is Gene's final studio album released in 2001 that includes the single 'Is It Over?' and 'O Lover'. Double LP pressed on 180g Heavyweight black vinyl with original artwork and printed inner sleeve. Inspired by the songs of The Smiths, The Jam and The Faces, Martin Rossiter's literate vocals and Steve Mason's fluid guitar lines were perfectly complemented by the intuitive rhythm section of Kevin Miles and Matt James. They released four studio albums and a collection of B-sides and radio demos between 1995 and 2001, were named Best New Act at the inaugural NME awards in 1995, and went on to score 10 Top 40 hits.
Libertine is Gene's final studio album released in 2001 that includes the single 'Is It Over?' and 'O Lover'. Double LP pressed on 180g Heavyweight black vinyl with original artwork and printed inner sleeve. Inspired by the songs of The Smiths, The Jam and The Faces, Martin Rossiter's literate vocals and Steve Mason's fluid guitar lines were perfectly complemented by the intuitive rhythm section of Kevin Miles and Matt James. They released four studio albums and a collection of B-sides and radio demos between 1995 and 2001, were named Best New Act at the inaugural NME awards in 1995, and went on to score 10 Top 40 hits.
5014797904545
Libertine (Blk) (Ogv) (Uk)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DEMON RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/20/2020
UPC: 5014797904545

Libertine (Blk) (Ogv) (Uk)
Artist: Gene
Format: Vinyl
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Libertine is Gene's final studio album released in 2001 that includes the single 'Is It Over?' and 'O Lover'. Double LP pressed on 180g Heavyweight black vinyl with original artwork and printed inner sleeve. Inspired by the songs of The Smiths, The Jam and The Faces, Martin Rossiter's literate vocals and Steve Mason's fluid guitar lines were perfectly complemented by the intuitive rhythm section of Kevin Miles and Matt James. They released four studio albums and a collection of B-sides and radio demos between 1995 and 2001, were named Best New Act at the inaugural NME awards in 1995, and went on to score 10 Top 40 hits.