Has It Come To This? (Zed Bias Remixes) (12", Promo)
Has It Come To This (12", S/Sided, W/Lbl)
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Has It Come To This? (CDr, Single, Promo)
Art Direction, Design – Alex Jenkins
Performer ['has it come to this?' vocal sample performed by] – Keith Hammond
Photography By – Green Project
Written-By, Producer [produced], Arranged By, Mixed By – Mike Skinner
Comes in cardboard-sleeve. Cover has large Parental Advisory Explicit Lyrics sticker and round hype sticker "includes two all new songs geezers need excitement streets score 679L001CD1"
'has it come to this?' vocal sample, performed by Keith Hammond, courtesy of Time & Space.
(p) 2001 Pure Groove Limited trading as Locked On and exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Limited. (c) 2001 679 Recordings Limited.
Barcode (Scanner): 8 09274 15562 7
Barcode (Text): 0927 41556 2
Label Code: LC 4281
Published By – Pure Groove Music
Copyright (c) – 679 Recordings Ltd.
Distributed By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
Manufactured By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
Marketed By – Warner Music UK Ltd.
The official video for The Streets Has It Come To This Subscribe for more content from The Streets. Has It Come to This is a song by English rapper and producer Mike Skinner under the music project The Streets. It was released in October 2001 as the lead single from their debut album Original Pirate Material. The song reached number 18 in the United Kingdom and was certified Silver by the British Phonographic Industry in December 2019. Upon release, it was reviewed by NME as the most original, lyrical British rap in memory, charting an evolutionary route for UK garage. The song spent a total. Watch the video for Has It Come to This from The Streets's Original Pirate Material for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. There are two artists with this name: 1. A British rapper 2. A Finnish rock band 1. Mike Skinner born November 27, 1978, more commonly known by his stage name The Streets, is a rapper from Birmingham, England. He was born in Barnet in North London and that's where his accent, sometimes called 'Mockney' by the press, comes from. You can hear his actual accent on the start of 'Fake Streets Hats' from his album The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living recorded in 2006. Original Mix. Has It Come To This Zed Bias Vocal Mix. Remix, Producer Zed Bias. Has It Come To This Jameson Mix. The version on the single lacks the slight mixthrough from the previous track as apparent on the album, which makes it more suitable for listening on its own. Zed Bias takes the tune in a more drum & bass direction, although unlike some d&b mixes most of the original tune is retained. The unusual effects with the beat and the slight clashing of the light piano with heavy bass are something that is either loved or hated, I personally feel it adds an interesting variation to the mildly repetitive original tune. The official video for The Streets Has It Come To This. Subscribe for more content from The Streets: confirmation 1. Skinner was initially an outsider in the garage scene. Do not post images unless they contain newly-released album artwork, a track listing, tour dates, or other images containing relevant information that has not yet been posted. Memes, photos and fan art are never allowed see rhiphopcirclejerk, rhiphopimages or rfreshalbumart. Images must posted within the body of a text-onlyself posts, not linked directly. This album cost 4000 to make. Mine Skinner is a genius. Features Song Lyrics for The Streets's Has It Come to This album. High Contrast 'It's Come to This' Remix by High Contrast 2002. Electronic, Dance. Has It Come to This Distraction Stanton Warriors Mix Concept by Stanton Warriors 2001. Has It Come to This Zed Bias Vocal Mix by Zed Bias 2001. Has It Come to This Jameson Mix by Jameson 2001. Kry Wolf. The Streets - Has it Come to This Kry Wolf Rework. Song by The Streets. from the album Original Pirate Material. 8 October 2001. It was released in October 2001 as the lead single from his debut album Original Pirate Material. The song spent a total of five weeks on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at 18
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