|Title:||Computers And Blues / Original Pirate Material|
|Style:||UK Garage, Hip Hop|
|Other format:||MPC MP2 VOX WMA AU VQF XM|
|Computers And Blues|
|1-2||Going Through Hell|
|1-3||Roof Of Your Car|
|1-4||Puzzled By People|
|1-6||Blip On A Screen|
|1-7||Those That Don't Know|
|1-9||We Can Never Be Friends|
|1-12||Trying To Kill M.E.|
|1-14||Lock The Locks|
|Original Pirate Material|
|2-1||Turn The Page|
|2-2||Has It Come To This?|
|2-3||Let's Push Things Forward|
|2-5||Same Old Thing|
|2-6||Geezers Need Excitement|
|2-7||It's Too Late|
|2-8||Too Much Brandy|
|2-9||Don't Mug Yourself|
|2-10||Who Got The Funk?|
|2-11||The Irony Of It All|
|2-12||Weak Become Heroes|
|2-13||Who Dares Wins|
Computers and Blues is the fifth album to be released by Mike Skinner under alias The Streets, officially released in the United Kingdom on 7 February 2011. It contains 14 songs, including an appearance from British singer-songwriter Clare Maguire. Rob Harvey of The Music worked closely with Skinner on the album and features on several songs. The cover photo is a close-up of the Norfolk Terrace halls of residence at the University of East Anglia designed by architect Denys Lasdun
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The hooks may be uniformly awful, but at least he's trying. Still, nothing on Computers and Blues rivals even the weakest moments of Skinner's first two albums, and it comes out at the same time of something much more encouraging: a mixtape called Cyberspace and Reds, which Skinner claims is all music he's made since he finished this album.
Since his 2002 debut album Original Pirate Material, The Streets, the nom de plume of rapper Mike Skinner, has created a rich catalog of meaningful raps forged by the sounds of the alternative hip-hop and UK garage movements. Now, Skinner plans to leave behind his famous moniker for an as-yet-unknown creative future. But as a parting gift, the MC leaves fans with two albums: the mixtape Cyberspace and Reds and his fifth LP Computers and Blues. Computers and Blues isn’t always the send-off we might have hoped we’d receive, but that might at least partially lie in our own lofty expectations. He’s been hit and miss in the past, but as a whole, Skinner has been a constant reminder that top quality hip-hop isn’t the sole domain of the United States.
British rapper Mike Skinner's debut album is a snapshot of UK lad culture during the early '00s. Over innovative, grimy electronic beats, Skinner's spoken-word misadventures see him hopping public transportation, swaggering around the pub, and ending his nights with a mix of impending violence and greasy 3 . Check his cheeky Brummie brogue coming to the fore on the skanking "Let's Push Things Forward," while the squelch-funk of "Too Much Brandy" provides the perfect backdrop for his tipsy witticisms. Original Pirate Material The Streets. A Grand Don't Come for Free.
All through the last decade, you’d find a lot of people insisting that the album was dead, a victim of the MP3, the iPod and a la carte downloading. But that never happened. If anything, artists doubled down on the format, resulting in a renaissance of long form artistic statements from a wide range of artists. Streets riding high, with the beats in the sky," boasted Birmingham, England's Mike Skinner in his thick "brummie" accent – and for once, here was a . rapper with the goods to back up the braggadocio. On his transfixing debut album, Skinner set himself apart by not trying to be American, instead rapping about clubbing, carousing, fistfights in fish-and-chips shops and other rituals of twenty-something working-class English life. On their debut they made the shtick work with super-charged tunes that took pimply Nuggets-era bubblegum-blues through a Nineties garage-punk lens.
The Streets are an English alternative hip hop music group from Birmingham, England, led by the vocalist and t Mike Skinner
Original Pirate Material was the desire to break out, to remove himself from the rat race and the daily struggle. That one photo of a building filled to the brim with souls treading through their existence day in and day out was all you needed to know about Skinner's intentions and hopes; that there was more to be had than what was contained within those four paint stripped walls. It's incredibly interesting and thought provoking to listen to an album that you will know will be the artist's last, at least, in his current form. Computers and Blues is the final nail in the coffin for Mike Skinner, all of it his own doing but only half of it because he actually wanted to. For every one, who when asked about The Streets, would generally say yeah, I loved their first two records this will just be another excuse to remain a fan of the band at a time when they actually had something relatively noteworthy to talk about.
Original Pirate Material had the energy, A Grand Don’t Come for Free took him to the big time, and Everything Is Borrowed had the maturity and at times epic sense of perspective. This album sums it all up with a wink, a sigh, and some crucial dance moves. As is customary for a Streets album, the start absolutely smacks it. Outside Inside is a deranged shuffle replete with analogue bleeps, a lead riff that’s half Vampire Weekend, half the theme music from Rainbow, and packs some terrific submerged bass. It’s busy, but has the deep complexity of a classic Roots Manuva tune.
Original Pirate Material. 3 Albums on 3 CDs. £. 0. Original issue UK CD - with Parental Advisory insert The Streets - Original Pirate Material Catalogue number: 679003CDLP, 8 2 LC4281 14 tracks - see photos for details. Originally released in 2002. Looks to be about as good as you're likely to get for a 2nd hand CD.
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