The Streets – Weak Become Heroes (King Krule Remix)


The Streets’ Original Pirate Material was a huge record for all of us at b3sci. I spun the CD (remember that shit?), when I was 18, so many times I broke the thing. Here we are 10 years on (has it really been that long?) and to celebrate that anniversary King Krule a/k/a/ Zoo Kid has put together this sharp new remix of the Pirate Material standout “Weak Become Heroes”. Young King Krule, who was likely still in primary school when this LP was first released (damn, do we feel old), does an A+ job here, not only adding his own verse to the track but also peeling back the instrumental a bit, spacing it out, modernizing it a bit (like we love that funky UK piano shit on the original) but it’s cool to hear the track like this. Don’t miss it. (ABEANO)

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Rating 8.5



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