None Of Us Are Getting Out This Life Alive
Album : None Of Us Are Getting Out This Life Alive
Label : Island
Release date : 10th July 2020
Vinyl colour : Blue or Black
Catalogue Number : 889984
Barcode : 0602508899843 0602508885587
1.CALL MY PHONE THINKING I’M DOING NOTHING BETTER (FT. TAME IMPALA)
2.NONE OF US ARE GETTING OUT OF THIS LIFE ALIVE (FT. IDLES)
3.I WISH YOU LOVED YOU AS MUCH AS YOU LOVE HIM (FT. DONAE’O & GREENTEA PENG)
4.YOU CAN’T AFFORD ME (FT. MS BANKS)
5.I KNOW SOMETHING YOU DID (FT. ELIZA & JESSE JAMES SOLOMON)
6.ESKIMO ICE (FT. KASIEN)
7.PHONE IS ALWAYS IN MY HAND (FT. DAPZ ON THE MAP)
8.THE POISON I TAKE HOPING YOU WILL SUFFER (FT. OSCAR #WORLDPEACE)
9.SAME DIRECTION (FT. JIMOTHY LACOSTE)
10.FALLING DOWN (FT. HAK BAKER)
11.CONSPIRACY THEORY FREESTYLE (FT. ROB HARVEY)
12.TAKE ME AS I AM (WITH CHRIS LORENZO)
12" 180G blue or black vinyl in black polylined inner bag. 12" SQ 4/4 170GSM matt insert. SOV VCHR + shrinkwrap. Sticker on front
The original plan had been to release a TONGA album. But as night moved to day, and day moved along to night, it… just didn’t happen. Instead, a new mixtape titled None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive steps up to take its place. Recorded between work on the accompanying film to The Streets new album, it is the unpredictable sonic continuation of those parties.
The mixtape is the seventh full length from The Streets, who broke through in 2002 with the Mercury Prize nominated Original Pirate Material – widely regarded as one of the most influential British albums of the decade. Four BRIT Award nominations came that year too, for best album, best urban act, best breakthrough artist best British male solo artist. “Dry Your Eyes”, from 2005 follow-up album A Grand Don’t Come For Free, won an Ivor Novello for Best Song Musically And Lyrically. There was also a BRIT Award win that year, for best British Male Solo Artist.
Since then, and across his other records and guest features, Skinner has collaborated with a whose who of British music – from Kano, to Pete Doherty, to Giggs. In recent years, and with his Mike Skinner LTD label, he’s worked with acts like Flohio, Ghetts and Grim Sickers. When The Streets announced a comeback tour in 2017, tickets for the dates sold out in less than a minute. It’s all testament to the impact The Streets have had, across several generations of musicians.
And so, despite its humble mixtape beginnings, None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive is a precise and very human body of work from a modern UK music pioneer. Emotionally poignant, full of one liners, club ready. More than anything, it’s exciting – a call back to those fun and responsibility free evenings at TONGA. Yet “the result is much more than I thought it would be. It’s become a real album,” says Mike. And so, as the new decade begins, so too does a new era for The Streets...
Style: UK Garage, Hip Hop
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