The new album, "Prick a Little Sniff a Little," recently released by Rock band Babyshambles, is proving to be an explosive hit with junkies and crackheads the world over.
The album which has only been out for a month is already top of the Wasted People Charts, and has also received the support of dope head legends from beyond the grave.
Speaking from the crypt, Rock and heroin great, Jimi Hendrix, said: "Hey Pete, I heard your latest album and love it, keep the skag flag flying."
Hendrix's comment was seconded by 70s Rock sensation and queen junkie, Janis Joplin, who said: "It's definitely good enough for me, good enough for me and Bobby McGee."
Some fan favourites such as "Make Drugs not War," "If I Had Horse Lungs I'll Snort More" and the popular duet with Amy Winehouse "All We Need is a Spoon, Syringe and a Light," have sent baseheads into a needle and alcohol swab buying frenzy.
Pharmacist, Arjun Patel, who runs a chemist in central London, said: "As you can see there is nothing left, it sold out in three days," pointing to an empty shelf that used to be stacked full of syringes.
Band leader, Pete Doherty, has expressed a lot of satisfaction with the success of the album. Claiming that the album is actually a form of protest against the various hypocrites out there. " When I wrote 'If You Haven't Got a Spare Hole Left in Your Arm, Shoot it Up Your Nose,' it was actually a statement saying each time you send me to rehab I come out 10 times hungrier for that delicious black tar," he said.
The album is available for purchase from record stores or can be bought online by visiting www.weallinjecttonight.com. Some road side homeless potheads are also rumoured to sell the CD at discount prices.
Camden based addict, Jerry Thomas said: "Ah men, once that shit hits you your head just explodes."