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Tuesday, May 25, 2004
Holy crap.

Picked up A Grand Don't Come For Free, the new album by The Streets. Damned good. Real damned good. "Dry Your Eyes" -- kee-ripes. Heartbreaking. Completely. We've all been there, but I've never heard a song that captured the heartbreak of being dumped expressed so clearly. And when followed up with "Empty Cans" -- shit. "It Was Supposed To Be So Easy" is one of those shitty days where minor shit goes wrong, and you just want to die, again accurate. The whole album -- it's a pseudo-concept album -- is chock full of insecurity, self-doubt, joy, sorrow -- it runs the gamut. Mike Skinner doesn't have a strong flow, he's not smooth in his delivery, but, what he says is amazing. The beats are less complex that on his previous album, but that's not a bad thing.

I am not as strong a music critic as i am a movie critic.




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