Editors' Notes Having incinerated booths on the grime scene since the age of 17, few would have begrudged James Devlin a slight pop makeover on his debut album. So Bud, Sweat & Beers is all the more impressive for its hard-edged authenticity. “Marching Through the Fog” is a spit-flecked show-stopper (“I’ve got bars harder than Arnold’s arm is”), and “Let It Go”—assisted by Labrinth—sees Devlin concoct a mega-anthem on his own uncompromising terms.

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1989
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2:49
 
Brainwashed
2
3:21
 
Days & Nights
3
3:48
 
London City
4
3:03
 
Marching Through the Fog
5
3:07
 
Let It Go (feat. Labrinth)
6
3:39
 
Yesterday's News
7
3:03
 
Community Outcast
8
3:40
 
Runaway (feat. Yasmin) [Radio Edit]
9
3:29
 
Our Father
10
3:27
 
Finally (feat. Ghetts & Dogzilla)
11
4:02
 
Dreamer
12
2:47
 
World Still Turns
13
3:00
 
End of Days
14
2:23
 
I Made It (feat. McLean) [Bonus Track]
15
3:34
 

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