PETE Doherty gave his worst critics something to think about as he blasted through songs old and new at Glasgow's Barrowlands last night. Although he has embarked on his solo tour with the NME Awards show, Pete kicked off his set with Libertines favourite Music When the Lights Go Out. Blur's Graham Coxon then joined Pete on stage for the majority of his set - adding the same flavour that he put into Pete's new album, Grace/Wastelands. Peter rattled off tracks from his time with Babyshambles and The Libertines - but without the staggering and rambling of old. The heavy-basslined English Rose led into a host of new songs, including A Little Death Around The Eyes and the jaunty Through The Looking Glass. Pete whipped up the crowd further as he sang Libertines favourite What Katy Did and Albion, changing its lyrics to suit the Scottish landscape - East Kilbride, West Kilbride, Falkirk and Glasgow. His final offering - the fans' favourite Time For Heroes - left the crowd chanting for more.
Later with more stuff!