Album: Computers And Blues (2011)


  • The Streets' Mike Skinner explained the song's meaning to The Daily Record: "This is all about people you see a lot but don't really know, whether it's at the football, the pub - which can go on for years, without letting them see more than one side of us."
  • Rob Harvey of the Alternative Rock band The Music worked closely with Skinner on Computers And Blues and his vocals are featured on this song.
  • The lyric "absolutely Dame Judi Dench" is rhyming slang for 'hench' - a word that signifies an approval of something.


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