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"We had a good couple of hours [after that gig]," Doherty tells British newspaper the Times. "We were up all night together. It was amazing really. I think we're gonna make a record and tour. Get The Libertines to take it to the next step, next stage."
The Libertines -- who rose to fame with the release of their 2002 album 'Up The Bracket' -- crumbled five years ago following Doherty's downward spiral into drugs after the release of their eponymous second album. Recently, Doherty released a solo disc, 'Grace/Wastelands,' this past March, and is said to be working on a duets album with former One Love singer Dot Allison as well as his second solo effort in the pipeline.
"I just see 'Grace/Wastelands 2'," he says in the interview, in which he also discusses detoxing in jail and his former love, Kate Moss. "I think I've got a 'Harvest' [referring to Neil Young's classic 1972 disc] in there. I keep getting flashes of it, even if it's just for a couple of minutes."