Everything Is Borrowed - The Streets Reviews
Description:Genre: Hip-Hop & Rap / Artist: The Streets / Audio CD released 2008-09-15 at Sixsevenine / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Ev ... more
Everything Is Borrowed - The Streets ... Everything Is Borrowed
2 Heaven For The Weather
3 I Love You More (Than You Like Me)
4 Way Of The Dodo
5 On The Flip Of A Coin
6 On The Edge Of A Cliff
7 Never Give In
8 Sherry End
9 Alleged Legends
10 Strongest Person I Know
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by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 9 readings)
I've never quite understood the furore surrounding The Streets, the garage band from the UK whose vocalist Mike Skinner has an almost instantly recognisable voice due to the odd Brummy/London mixture have never really tickled my fancy. I find that Skinner's voice tends to be a bit too slow, rather than having a bit of a hip hop groove to it, it sounds like he sings every song at a spoken pace - almost as if he's based his whole career on the spoken section of Blur's "Parklife" song. In the past, the songs that I'm familiar with always had a bit of a cheeky chappy outlook to them, most of them about drugs, drink or chasing girls, on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/12/08 (Very useful, 55 readings)
The Streets are a garage band fronted by the excellent Mike Skinner. This is their fourth album and is still of a high quality that you would expect however it is a little short in time which is a disappointment. he album starts with what is my favourite track, Everything is Borrowed, this is one of those songs that once you have heard it you will be tapping your feet or humming the hook for the rest of the day as it is a simple little sample that works really well against the lyrics which are all about the problems of debt. My other favourite track is The Escapist which is the final track on the album and again it has a very strong opening and ... Read the complete review
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