Nothing Great About Britain


This album was released 59 weeks ago.

69% ±16% 10 reviews
# Song 4WIM
1 Nothing Great About Britain
2 Doorman
3 Dead Leaves
4 Gorgeous
5 Crack
6 Grow Up (feat. Jaykae)
7 Inglorious (feat. Skepta)
8 Toaster
9 Peace Of Mind
10 Missing
11 Northampton's Child
1 Drug Dealer
2 North Nights
3 Rainbow
4 Ladies
5 Polaroid
6 T N Biscuits
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69% 4WIM Rating
100% The Guardian
100% Laut
90% Loud & Quiet In terms of musical ventures, Mike Skinner‘s debut Streets album and Dizzee Rascal’s pioneering of grime with Boy In Da Corner are two projects that have managed to effectively package this representation, and, as a result, these works hold the highest forms of relevance in their own worlds, whilst not being contained within them.
90% God is in the TV The great musical linguists of the last fifty years, from John Lydon and Mark E Smith to Mike Skinner and Ghostpoet, had the ability to subvert and disquiet while blending ingredients like alchemists into something new and daring that immediately set a new standard without distancing the listener too much from what came before.
83% Nöjesguiden Hans tidigare släpp höll sig alla inom grimesfären men så fort Mura Masa fick producera beatet blev det tydligt att Slowthai kunde leverera mycket mer än generisk grime.
83% Svenska Dagbladet
80% DIY Magazine All this feeling is transmitted via thumping instrumentals, from grubby, frantic punk (‘Doorman’) to minimal, foreboding strings and sharp beats (‘Dead Leaves’), and epitomised on the album’s stunning cover, which sees him naked in the stocks on a council estate draped in union flags.
80% The Line of Best Fit
80% New Musical Express
40% Music OMH The end of the title track, in which he tells Elizabeth II 'I will treat you with the utmost respect only if you respect me a little bit'€¦ you cunt'€, sounded less forced when Dizzee Rascal did it on 2 Far.