The Streets

Biography

The Streets' fourth album Everything Is Borrowed is an optimistic, typically idiosyncratic examination of religion, evolution and the nature of friendship. Accompanied onstage at London's Roundhouse by The Heritage Orchestra as conducted by Jules Buckley and a gospel choir, Mike Skinner grappled with the big themes and came up smiling from his crowd surfing acrobatics.

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Track list

  • Everything is Borrowed
  • Don't Mug Yourself
  • Let's Push Things Forward
  • The Escapist
  • Same Old Thing
  • Too Much Brandy
  • Sharp Darts
  • It's Too Late
  • Could Well Be In
  • Never Went to Church
  • Strongest Person
  • On The Edge of a Cliff
  • Has It Come to This
  • Weak Become Heroes
  • Blinded By The Lights
  • Encore
  • Turn The Page
  • Dry Your Eyes
  • Heaven For the Weather
  • Fit But You Know It

TV & Radio coverage

  1. The Streets play live at London's Camden Roundhouse as part of the 2008 BBC Electric Proms.
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  3. A concert from the Roundhouse in north London, as part of the third Electric Proms.
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  5. The Streets
    Watch extended highlights of The Streets' Roundhouse show by pressing red from BBC Two.
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