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Issue No. 2472

Anthems for Doomed Youth

by The Libertines. Produced by Jake Gosling, Virgin EMI, £7.99

Indie band The Libertines are back with a new album—Athems for Doomed Youth. 

Tracks partly deal with the band’s 2004 meltdown. 

But it’s not a rehash of their original work. Its fresh sound dips into rock, reggae and ska. 


Steel city, city on the move

Millenium Gallery, Sheffield, Open 10AM—5PM Monday to Friday and 11AM—4PM Sunday, until 11 October 

The declining steel industry dominated Sheffield and its US twin Pittsburgh. 

Here artist Jo Peel explores the parallels through film, murals, paintings, prints and drawings. The name is an ironic nod to Sheffield, City on the Move, an arrogant 1970s PR film. 


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Tue 22 Sep 2015, 15:00 BST
Issue No. 2472
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