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London gig reunites Libertines

Published: Monday 18th of May 2009

The Libertines temporarily reunited for a gig in London last weekend.

Three members of the band turned up for the concert at the London Rhythm Factory - an intimate venue which doubles-up as a cafe during the day.

Pete Doherty, Carl Barat and Gary Powell made the appearance, which was a tribute to the late Johnny Sedassy who used to arrange gigs for the band.

They played a total of seven songs, including What Katy Did, Can't Stand Me Now and What a Waster.

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