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- The Streets' debut album, Original Pirate Material, was released in March 2002. The album was successful both with critics and the general public. In the UK, the album was nominated for the Mercury Prize. - Original Pirate Material was nominated for British Album of the Year, and The Streets was nominated for British Urban Act, British Breakthrough Act and British Male Solo Artist at the 2003 BRIT Awards. - NME named Original Pirate Material as the third best album of 2002. Subsequent singles include "Don't Mug Yourself", "Weak Become Heroes" and "Let's Push Things Forward".
- The Streets' debut album, Original Pirate Material, was released in March 2002. The album was successful both with critics and the general public. In the UK, the album was nominated for the Mercury Prize. - Original Pirate Material was nominated for British Album of the Year, and The Streets was nominated for British Urban Act, British Breakthrough Act and British Male Solo Artist at the 2003 BRIT Awards. - NME named Original Pirate Material as the third best album of 2002. Subsequent singles include "Don't Mug Yourself", "Weak Become Heroes" and "Let's Push Things Forward".
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Format: Vinyl
Label: Locked On
Rel. Date: 12/09/2022
UPC: 5024545957716

Original Pirate Material [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Transparent Orange 2LP]
Artist: The Streets
Format: Vinyl
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- The Streets' debut album, Original Pirate Material, was released in March 2002. The album was successful both with critics and the general public. In the UK, the album was nominated for the Mercury Prize. - Original Pirate Material was nominated for British Album of the Year, and The Streets was nominated for British Urban Act, British Breakthrough Act and British Male Solo Artist at the 2003 BRIT Awards. - NME named Original Pirate Material as the third best album of 2002. Subsequent singles include "Don't Mug Yourself", "Weak Become Heroes" and "Let's Push Things Forward".

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