The Enemy - Streets in the Sky

The Enemy - Streets in the Sky
CRITIC SCORE
33
Based on 6 reviews
2012 Rank: #673 / 673
USER SCORE
36
Based on
5 ratings

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CRITIC REVIEWS

60
NME
NME

The Enemy have never sounded more fully themselves than they do here.

30
musicOMH
musicOMH

Streets In The Sky is an album without vision, or if there is one, it has been shot through and tattered by a hasty drive to try and remain relevant. 

20
PopMatters
PopMatters

Streets in the Sky manages to be both energetically boring and affable to the point of being completely inoffensive.

0
Drowned in Sound
Drowned in Sound

This is a low point in British guitar music. 

User Reviews
SiberianBreaks
14
To me, this album is bland, uninspired, and just unoriginal. I can't really find anything to like about this album.
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DETAILS

RELEASED: May 21, 2012
FORMAT: LP
LABEL: Cooking Vinyl
GENRE: Indie Rock
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Track List
  1. Gimme The Sign 
  2. Bigger Cages (Longer Chains) 
  3. Saturday 
  4. 1-2-3-4 
  5. Like A Dancer 
  6. Come Into My World 
  7. This Is Real 
  8. 2 Kids 
  9. Turn It On 
  10. It's A Race 
  11. Get Up And Dance 
  12. Make A Man
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Added on: May 25, 2012