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The Story of The Streets Epub ´ of The  Kindle Õ
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  • Paperback
  • 302 pages
  • The Story of The Streets
  • Mike Skinner
  • English
  • 09 February 2019
  • 9780593068

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About the Author: Mike Skinner

Mike Skinner born November of The Kindle Õ is an English rapper, musician, record producer, and actor, best known for the music project The Streets Wikipedia.


10 thoughts on “The Story of The Streets

  1. says:

    The first two Street albums were the soundtrack to my university days, as I m sure they were to many of the people who are considering this book There are very few albums I ve spunthan these two in the subsequent 15 or so years.Again, probably similar to many others, I didn t really get on with the third album and didn t bother buying the subsequent two due to my dissatisfaction with the hardest way I picked this book up due to my fondness for original pirate material and a grand d The first two Street albums were the soundtrack to my university days, as I m sure they were to many of the people who are considering this book There are very few albums I ve spunthan these two in the subsequent 15 or so years.Again, probably similar to many others, I didn t really get on with the third album and didn t bother buying the subsequent two due to my dissatisfaction with the hardest way I picked this book up due to my fondness for original pirate material and a grand don t come for free and I was not disappointed This is a great auto bio from the one man band himself So many of my own experiences were mirrored in his own, which made this a very easy book to devour in one sitting I was surprised that many of my fave bands and artists were mentioned, even though none have any relation to garage Paul Oakenfold Pantera Sepultura Napalm Death Black Sabbath Guns n Roses Aphex Twin in a less than flattering light I loved all of these references I listened to the full Streets discography whilst reading this and I still see that the quality of the first two albums simply doesn t transpire to the other records, but I enjoyed the matter of fact way with which Mike reflects on these shortcomings.Highly recommended for people born between 78 85 who have fond recollections of quoting if I want to sit around and drink super tenants in the day I will, no ones going to f ing tell me jack.

  2. says:

    Mike Skinner s moving memoir covers everything from the history of garage to the creative process, menswear, mental health, and even manages to spill the tea on artists from both sides of the Atlantic He is a compelling storyteller with a clear and concise voice, and breathes life into the mundane.

  3. says:

    I bought this at the same time as Looking For Calvin and Hobbes which I just reviewed here , and I liked this much better It s the story of one of my favorite musical acts of the last decade, The Streets The group was in actuality just one person, Mike Skinner, and he spends this memoir describing his childhood, his obsession with music, his epilepsy, his obsession with fashion, his rise to fame, his obsession with drugs and alcohol, and other things.Interlaced between the episodes of his l I bought this at the same time as Looking For Calvin and Hobbes which I just reviewed here , and I liked this much better It s the story of one of my favorite musical acts of the last decade, The Streets The group was in actuality just one person, Mike Skinner, and he spends this memoir describing his childhood, his obsession with music, his epilepsy, his obsession with fashion, his rise to fame, his obsession with drugs and alcohol, and other things.Interlaced between the episodes of his life which he presents chronologically in sections based on the five albums he made as The Streets, coinciding with the Robert McKee classic stages of a narrative The Inciting Event, Progressive Complications, Crisis, Climax, Resolution though, purposefully, Skinner rearranges their order , Skinner inserts some keen insight on music and philosophy and life I think if those segments of philosophizing were cut out of the book and put together in a small self help book it would be about the cheesiest thing ever But as is, it works surprisingly well.It helps if you havethan a passing interest in hip hop American or UK , British culture, or music in general to get into this book If you re not interested in any of those things, you ll probably be pretty lost But if you at least like music and if you know the names of a couple of rappers even if you don t like rap , you can still get much out of the book Because at its core it s a sort of rags to riches tale and it goes into a lot of depth on the music industry, on musicians, on fame, and on how many people participate and respond to those things.For fans of all those things music, hip hop, British culture , this is an essential read For fans of The Streets there s no denying that this is a must read guide to the music Especially for American fans, it s a great insight into just how popular Skinner got and how that worked out in the UK Highly recommended

  4. says:

    Whether you ve liked what he s done or not, Mike Skinner s musical voyage has been as idiosyncratic as pop music has seen Insightful, self effacing, and always honest or at least seemingly so , Skinner s recounting of his decade as The Streets is a good as music books, autobiography, or nonfiction gets.

  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I think this book is really well written and Mike Skinner describes a flowing, introspective timeline of the streets but as a Streets fan, I think he almost detracts from the perfection of songs like Weak become heroes and perhaps the emotional inspirations behind such songs that I was perhaps looking for by focusing on describing his own imperfections as a human, and I don t think he paints himself in the best light Didn t expect to come away from this book thinking hmmmMike Skinner so I think this book is really well written and Mike Skinner describes a flowing, introspective timeline of the streets but as a Streets fan, I think he almost detracts from the perfection of songs like Weak become heroes and perhaps the emotional inspirations behind such songs that I was perhaps looking for by focusing on describing his own imperfections as a human, and I don t think he paints himself in the best light Didn t expect to come away from this book thinking hmmmMike Skinner sounds like a rightBut at the same time it depicts an interesting musical journey and I still found it a really interesting read

  6. says:

    The continual stand first quotes every second or third page are so incredibly annoying and distracting I ve never read a book that did this, like some glossy magazine, and it totally doesn t work The writing is pedestrian and somehow not really at all revealing I don t think I learned a single thing about any of the five Streets albums new one due next month and not an immense amount about Mike Skinner really, except he seems a bit of a Tory prat to be honest Not a bad book at all, and it The continual stand first quotes every second or third page are so incredibly annoying and distracting I ve never read a book that did this, like some glossy magazine, and it totally doesn t work The writing is pedestrian and somehow not really at all revealing I don t think I learned a single thing about any of the five Streets albums new one due next month and not an immense amount about Mike Skinner really, except he seems a bit of a Tory prat to be honest Not a bad book at all, and it would take a lot to shake my massive respect for A Grand Don t Come For Free, which is a masterpiece This book though Nah

  7. says:

    A fascinating autobiography by Mike Skinner He comes across as really likable, and he s very knowledgeable, opinionated and nerdy about lots of aspects of songwriting, recording and performing I had no idea that his songs were so informed by film writing techniques, and it s interesting to hear how he tells of The Streets rise, decline and demise It s also very funny.

  8. says:

    Good, but probably would be better if I was familiar with the albums past A Grand Don t Come For Free Still, pretty good Skinner is a good story teller and I enjoyed his take on the creative process, and his attachment to certain ideas of American rap and UK dance music.

  9. says:

    anyone from UK familiar with Mike Skinner should read this

  10. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I just finished reading Mike Skinner s 10 year autobiography The Story of The Streets which won the NME best book award in 2012 It s the first autobiography that i ve read in about five years and I found it engaging, funny, honest and highly inspirational I usually go for literary fiction, classics and non fiction but I m definitely going to be picking upautobiographies from now on in hope that they will have a similar effect on me as this book did.On the inside cover a quote from Skin I just finished reading Mike Skinner s 10 year autobiography The Story of The Streets which won the NME best book award in 2012 It s the first autobiography that i ve read in about five years and I found it engaging, funny, honest and highly inspirational I usually go for literary fiction, classics and non fiction but I m definitely going to be picking upautobiographies from now on in hope that they will have a similar effect on me as this book did.On the inside cover a quote from Skinner himself reads, This book is going to try and get as close as possible to the full story of what informed the noise of The Streets Obviously that s something I should be fairly well qualified to know about, and I m going to be as honest as the publisher s lawyers will allow This modern day account from the man that the Guardian once dubbed half Dostoevskyhalf Samuel Pepys gives a hilarious, witty and illuminating saga of how one talented and obsessive young man from Birmingham rose to fame and subsequently dealt with that across a ten year period Skinner spins his tale about living in Bermingham and London, fleeing to Australia when he was 22 in pursuit of a secretary whom he had a fling with but ended up on a binge for a year and found himself in the process Going on to make his first hit single Has it come to this which has always been a personal favorite on a laptop He covers a lot of ground in this book and provides us with some good proverbs and life lessons too He speaks freely about the hardships of growing up in gritty Birmingham, getting mugged on buses and beaten to a pulp in public parks, making rap beats for Jamaican guys from his neighbourhood, the Peak and fall of the UK Garage scene and the clubs that inspired Original Pirate Material He delves deep into the world of music production and goes into great detail about a variety of techniques, but does so in a fashion that would engage even the most un musical of people He recalls the emergence of Grime, making his first album in a cupboard and the impending fear of the millenium bug Among many things this book provides an excellent, informed account of how the music industry operates from the inside looking out He speaks about his great admiration of artists like Burial and Daft Punk, his Idols Wu Tang Clan and Nas and his strong distaste for Aphex Twin.There are also two photograph sections with never before seen imagery included in the book The first focuses Skinner as a child with his family and the very beginning of him musical career, with him decked out respectively in Fred Perry and Sovereigns The second section iscareer highlights, gigs infront of thousands of people with captions like I have no memory of where or when this is, but it looks dangerous and I don t condone it That polo shirt got a massive stain on it which is not in this photo, so it s a bit like looking at a picture of someone who died and This is what rock n roll is all about beside an ariel photograph a massive crop circle shaped like his face in a field next to glastonbury And finally a few wedding and family photos, showing what a sensible chap he s grown to become today.Skinner is quite an emotional person and the book definitely highlights that He opens up and shares with us his personal accounts of dealing with epilepsy, which manifested when he was a child and progressed to become quite bad in his mid teems with occasional relapses in later years ie The first time he took an intercontinental flight to Australia while travelling alone He woke up in first class with a pounding headache and had to be wheel chaired off the plane Not a great start to a new life He gives a poignant insight into coping with the loss of his Father, and inrecent years developing ME Chronic Fatigue System from over working himself From Drugs to tours, sneaker collections and a sponsorship with Reebok, robbing ice statues from Warner Brothers, bailing on awards shows and plain and simple smashing things for no reason other than finding it funny In this book Skinner makes no excuses about succumbing to the cliches of fame and rockstar lifestyle and what it was like being subjected to it on both sides of the Atlantic.It s told mostly in chronological order with the book is split into five sections, one for each of his five albums and what that particular period in his life was actually like whilst making that album I found this format very engaging as a reader His musical journey over ten years with The Streets was a long meandering one The Story of The Streets is a highly inspirational page turner, he gets quite philosophical and does tend to ramble at parts but I d recommend it to anyone looking for a bit of motivation or even just a light read and a laugh On a side note I had no idea that he wrote and produced most of the soundtrack for The Inbetweeners movieconormcternan.wordpress.com

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