All Got Our Runnins
|All Got Our Runnins|
|EP by The Streets|
|Released||October 14, 2003 (UK)
April 14, 2009 (US)
|Genre||Alternative hip hop, electronica, UK garage|
|The Streets chronology|
|Tiny Mix Tapes|||
All Got Our Runnins is the first EP released by UK act The Streets. Following the critical and commercial success of debut album Original Pirate Material, the EP was released exclusively as a digital download - distributed via iTunes and Napster, among others. It features a compilation of remixes and non-album tracks taken from The Streets' first four singles.
All songs written and composed by Mike Skinner.
- "Streets Score" (Instrumental)[A] – 3:46
- "Give Me My Lighter Back"[C][D] – 3:22
- "All Got Our Runnins"[B] – 4:22
- "Let's Push Things Forward" (The Streets Remix)[C] (featuring Roll Deep with Dizzee Rascal) – 3:21
- "Don't Mug Yourself" (Mr. Figit Remix)[D] (additional vocals by Donae'o) – 2:48
- "Weak Become Heroes" (Ashley Beedle's Love Bug Vocal)[C] – 8:14
- "Has It Come to This?" (High Contrast "It Has Come to This" Remix)[D] – 5:57
- "Streets Score"[A][D] – 3:34
- A ^ from the single Has It Come to This?
- B ^ from the single Let's Push Things Forward
- C ^ from the single Weak Become Heroes
- D ^ from the single Don't Mug Yourself
- Beaumont, Michael (17 November 2003). "The Streets: All Got Our Runnins". PopMatters.
- "Album Review: The Streets - All Got Our Runnins". Prefix. 6 March 2008.
- Jean-Pierre (14 December 2006). "The Streets - All Got Our Runnins EP | Music Review". Tiny Mix Tapes.
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