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Babyshambles - What Katie Did Full Album

Babyshambles - What Katie Did Full Album Performer: Babyshambles
Title: What Katie Did
Style: Garage Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 01 May 2004
Country: UK
Label: High Society Records
Size MP3: 2508 mb
Size FLAC: 2448 mb
Rating: 4.0

Tracklist

1What Katie Did (Demo)

Credits

  • Guitar, VocalsPeter Doherty
  • Recorded ByRobert Harder

Notes

Limited to 1000 copies on clear flexi-disc vinyl.

Flexi-disc has individually hand numbered sticker, inside clear sleeve, attached to cover of magazine and both sealed within poly-bag.

The exclusive demo came free with Amelia's Magazine (01 S/S 2004) - contained Peter Doherty's prison diaries.

Album

Babyshambles song. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Babyshambles is the first single for Pete Doherty's post-Libertines band of the same name. It was released in April 2004 on High Society Records. What Katie did. Chart performance. Babyshambles, the video for What Katie Did from Babyshambles's Whitechapel Demonstrations for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar Katie Did Live at O2 Academy Glasgow. Исполнитель: The Libertines. My pins are none too strong, Katie Oh hurry up Mrs. Brown I can feel 'em coming down & it wont take none too long But since you said goodbye The polka dots fill my eyes And I dont know why Shoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-lang Shoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-lang Shoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-lang. Shoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-lang Oh watcha gonna do, Katie Youre a sweet sweet girl. But its a cruel, cruel world A cruel, cruel world. The Libertines. View Tracklist. What Katie Did. This song is not about Kate Moss, it is about Peter Dohertys other girlfriend Katie Lewis. After leaving The Libertines, Doherty formed Babyshambles, and released the song Read More. Produced by. This song is not about Kate Moss, it is about Peter Doherty's other girlfriend Katie Lewis. After leaving The Libertines, Doherty formed Babyshambles, and released the song What Katy Did Next on their 2005 album Down in Albion, which is about his fling with Kate Moss. The beginning of his song is Doherty singing about doing lots of heroin after the break up, and how there was nothing she could do about it. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2004 Flexi-disc от What Katie Did на is a comprehensive discography of Babyshambles, a London, England-based Indie Rock band. As of July 2013, they had released three studio albums, seven singles, three EPs and one live album. Notes: A Side of the Road was released as a 7 vinyl only single for Record Store Day 2010. It was limited to 1,000 copies. Peter Doherty, under the name of Babyshambles also released an acoustic version of The Libertines song What Katie Did through a French magazine called Amelia's Magazine. This very. What Katy Did. This song is by Babyshambles. Shoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-langShoop, shoop, shoop de-lang de-lang. Oh watcha gonna do, KatieYou're a sweet sweet it's a cruel, cruel worldA cruel, cruel world. My pins are none too strong, KatieOh hurry up Mrs. BrownI can feel 'em coming down& It won't take none too long. BABYSHAMBLES Down In Albion 2005 Japanese issue 18-track promo sample enhanced CD album from Pete Doherty and his pals including the singles 'Killamangiro' & 'Fck Forever' plus the bonus tracks Flophouse & What Katie Did - Demo, also includesthe clean version CD-Rom video for Fck Forever, picture sleeve plus obi-strip and still factory sealed from new. June Sale - 50 off. US , change currency Old Price You save: 50 In Stock - Buy Now for shipping on Thursday 4th June. Merry Go Round Bonus Tracks 17. Flophouse 18. What Katie Did - Demo 19. F k Forever - CD-Rom Video, Clean Version. Condition

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Amelia Gregory:

I first thought of producing my own magazine about five years ago – I talked about it with my friend who was also a fashion stylist at the time, and we used to laugh about how we could do so much better than what was out there already. In the end my friend jumped ship (saying it would be too much work… oh how right she was!) and I decided to just get on with it on my own, because I had told so many people that I was going to do it that it was really a case of now or never.

The first issue of Amelia’s Magazine came out in May of 2004, featuring a pre-Babyshambles tabloid-fodder Kate Moss-gate Pete Doherty interview, and an exclusive flexidisc track that he recorded for me and I paid to have mastered. I decided to name the magazine after me, as I was literally doing everything on my own, and I wanted the magazine to reflect that very personal touch.

In order to get the first issue out I persuaded a really good designer to do a pdf mock-up of a sample magazine, and with this I went to see loads of printers and a paper companies to try and persuade them to sponsor me. Luckily I managed to get sponsorship, so that I only needed to borrow a few grand to get the magazine into the shops. Then I had to get some great contributors on board – luckily my many years spent struggling away on the fringes of the fashion world had given me some great contacts who trusted me to produce something cool.

During all this time I didn’t earn very much, but I did meet lots of really great people, who were the ones that I managed to persuade to contribute to that first issue of Amelia’s Magazine. I find inspiration everywhere – I love going around charity shops and discovering wonderful old books, and I am confident enough in my creative tastes to think that others, including those initial contributors, would believe in me, and I hoped that I would find a readership who also felt the same.

I printed 1000 copies of issue 01, and they sold really well thanks to Pete Doherty’s rising fame. Since then I have increased my print run by 1000 every time I have put an issue out, and have expanded abroad to sell across the USA, Canada, Australia, the Far East and Europe. I specialize in producing beautiful tactile and collectible magazines, with unique covers and giveaways by artists. I have done a laser cut cover and an exclusive necklace with Tatty Devine (issue 02), a furry cover and a set of stickers (issue 03), a scratch ‘n’ sniff cover with smelly pens for colouring in illustrations (issue 04), a Swarovski diamante encrusted cover with a cut out cardboard carousel (issue 05), a glow in the dark cover with a poster of Amazing Trees of the World (issue 06) and a metallic mirriboard cover with a set of cocktail cards and a free album download for issue 07.