Computers And Blues
by The Streets
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Soon after the release of 2008's Everything Is Borrowed, Mike Skinner began discussing the next Streets record, which he described as dark and futuristic. Released early in 2011, Computers and Blues matches his fiery delivery and songwriting with a banging production approach that fits his 2000s output well, but also has smoothness and maturity to hark back to his 2-step, Original Pirate Material days. The first single is "Going Through Hell."
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- Outside Inside (3:10)
- Going Through Hell (3:80)
- Roof of Your Car (3:12)
- Puzzled by People (3:80)
- Without Thinking (3:17)
- Blip on a Screen (4:34)
- Those That Don't Know (3:54)
- Soldiers (4:36)
- We Can Never Be Friends (4:36)
- ABC (1:11)
- OMG (3:26)
- Trying to Kill M.E. (4:58)
- Trust Me (2:16)
- Lock the Locks (3:70)