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Upon his release, Doherty immediately reunited with Barât and the rest of the band to play a gig in the Tap 'n' Tin pub in Chatham, Kent; known among Libertine fans as "The Freedom Gig".Following his rejoining of the band, Doherty sought treatment for his drug addiction.

The song was released in June 2004 as a B-side to the group's single "In It for the Money" In 2006, Doherty was featured on the charity single "Janie Jones", which was released to raise funds for Strummerville.However, Doherty's increasing drug problems led to his estrangement from the band. The two initially fell out over this incident, but made amends whilst Doherty was in prison.He was originally sentenced to 6 months, but his sentence was cut to 2 months.31 March and 1 April 2006 Doherty was performing two surprising solo gigs, his first in mainland Europe, at the Non Stop Kino pornographic cinema and venue in Graz, Austria, after he failed to turn up for an earlier arrangement in January.For this occasion he produced, at the suggestion of Bettina Aichbauer, friend of Doherty and owner of the Non Stop Kino, a film with the title Spew It Out Your Soul which he showed on screen during his performance.Doherty and Barât formed a band called the Libertines in the late 1990s, although it was not until 2002, with the release of their debut album Up the Bracket, that they began to achieve widespread mainstream success.

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