14 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

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 a.m. takeout grub. 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.

EDITORS’ NOTES

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 a.m. takeout grub. 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.

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