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The Streets To Reissue 'Everything Is Borrowed' In May

Thursday, 04 April 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

The Streets will reissue 'Everything Is Borrowed' next month. 

Originally released in September 2008, the group's fourth album will get the deluxe treatment, coming out on 180-gram heavyweight 12" vinyl on May 31. It follows previous reissues of 'Original Pirate Material', 'A Grand Don’t Come For Free', and 'The Hardest Way To Make An Easy Living'. 

Additionally, Mike Skinner will appear at Parklife festival at Manchester's Heaton Park and Y Not Festival in Derbyshire this summer. 

'Everything Is Borrowed' tracklist:

Side 1
1. Everything Is Borrowed
2. Heaven for the Weather
3. I Love You More (Than You Like Me)
4. The Way of the Dodo
5. On the Flip of a Coin
6. On the Edge of a Cliff

Side 2
7. Never Give In
8. The Sherry End
9. Alleged Legends
10. The Strongest Person I Know
11. The Escapist





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