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A Grand Don't Come for Free

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1
It Was Supposed to Be so Easy
00:03:55

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

2
Could Well Be In
00:04:21

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - Lauraine McIntosh, Backing Vocals - Will Nichols, Additional Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

3
Not Addicted
00:03:39

Johnny Jenkins, Additional Vocals - Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - Leo Ihenacho, Additional Vocals - The Streets, MainArtist

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

4
Blinded by the Lights Album version
00:04:42

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - Jacqueline Rawe, Additional Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

5
Wouldn't Have It Any Other Way
00:04:35

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - Leo Ihenacho, Additional Vocals - The Streets, MainArtist

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

6
Get Out of My House Album version
00:03:50

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - C-Mone on behalf of Dark Whisper Records. www.c-mone.co.uk, Additional Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

7
Fit but You Know It Album version
00:04:12

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - Teddy Mitchell, Additional Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

8
Such a Twat
00:03:47

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - Morgan Nicholls, Bass - The Streets, MainArtist

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

9
What Is He Thinking?
00:04:39

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - Wayney G, Additional Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

10
Dry Your Eyes Album version
00:04:30

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - The Streets, MainArtist - Gita Langley, Violin - Matt Sladen, Additional Vocals - Sam Blewitt, Backing Vocals - Tony Walters, Backing Vocals

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

11
Empty Cans
00:08:14

Mike Skinner, Producer, Writer - Morgan Nicholls, Piano, Bass - The Streets, MainArtist

© 2004 679 Recordings Ltd ℗ 2004 Pure Groove Ltd trading as Locked On exclusively licensed to 679 Recordings Ltd

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