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Original Pirate Material is the debut album by the English rapper and producer Mike Skinner, under the name The Streets. The album is a unique take on UK garage and has lyrics dealing with everyday circumstances and occurrences. The album originally rose to on the UK Albums Chart in 2002, and then peaked at in 2004 after the release of the second Streets album A Grand Don't Come for Free
Only 3 left in stock (more on the way). Original Pirate Material is a milestone, the real voice of British youth set down on record. Don't miss it. - -Louis Pattison. My buddy had played me a couple of tracks from this CD a year or two ago, and it had stayed with me ever since. So I finally sought out this album.
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.
Album: Original Pirate Material Artist: The Streets Mike Skinner - Instruments, Main Vocals Kelvin - Vocals Released: 2002 (Atlantic). Favourite Songs: Turn The Page It's Too Late The Irony Of It All Stay Positive. 50 Cent and Nelly should take a look at the UK. The UK is miles ahead when it comes to good hip-hop to the states. The album is really 11 full tracks plus the three small tracks. All of the songs are very strong except for a few which are only good. If Original Pirate Material were a book of a poetry or something similar, it would be top of my list, but its not, and on record it doesn't work. hybridofsound February 21st 2004.
Get ad-free whosampled premium!go ad-free with whosampled premium! Original Pirate Material (2002). Album by The Streets. Symphony No. 9, "From the New World", 1st Movement (Adagio, Allegro Molto) by Antonín Dvořák (1893). Has It Come to This? was sampled in.
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Listen free to The Streets – Original Pirate Material (Turn the Page, Has It Come to This? and more). Released on 25 May 2002 (UK), Original Pirate Material is the debut album by The Streets. The album is a unique take on UK garage and lyrics dealing with everyday circumstances and occurrences. The album received massive acclaim from the music press and was embraced by fans of indie and rock music, as well as fans of garage.
On March 25, The Streets’s debut album Original Pirate Material celebrates its 15th anniversary. In the years since its release in 2002, many . music fans will have bopped along to Don’t Mug Yourself at a summer festival, or had a teary moment at the end of the night to soaring house tribute Weak Become Heroes. But I was pleased to discover Original Pirate Material still sounds bonkers 15 years later. Tracks like Don’t Mug Yourself and Sharp Darts are like head-on car collisions that somehow build a motorcycle - there’s no way these combinations of beat and flow should work, but they do. Mike Skinner was also ridiculously adept at mixing the grand and the mundane, with severe, ragged orchestra loops scoring the most minute of observations.