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Portishead - Dummy (Cassette, Album)

| 16.09.2019

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  • Zulkishura says:
    () Dummy () Portishead () Third All albums converted from FLAC files and are at kbps Full Stereo.
  • Tygozilkree says:
    Dummy, an Album by Portishead. Released 24 March on Go! Beat (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Trip Hop.
  • Kelar says:
    Dummy is the debut studio album by English electronic band Portishead, released on 22 August by Go!
  • Shakashura says:
    Aug 22,  · And it all began 25 years ago, when the trio of DJ and sampling guru Geoff Barrow, guitarist Adrian Utley, and vocalist Beth Gibbons released their debut album, Dummy, bringing their uniquely dark, melodic take on hip-hop to the masses.
  • Shakasa says:
    Portishead’s full-length debut Dummy received critical acclaim, winning the Mercury Music Prize. It is often credited with popularising the trip hop genre, and is frequently cited in.
  • Brarr says:
    Dummy is the debut studio album by English electronic band Portishead, released on 22 August by Go! Beat Records. The album received critical acclaim and won the Mercury Music Prize. It is often credited with popularising the trip hop genre, and is frequently cited in lists of the best albums /5().
  • Samujin says:
    The cassette printing is identical both sides with no side indicators. On the inlay both sides have the heading: PORTISHEAD "DUMMY" Track A2 contains samples from "Danube Incident" written & performed by Lalo Schifrin and a percussion sample from "Spin-It Jig" written by Henry Brooks and Otis Turner performed by Smokey Brooks/5(16).
  • Tygolar says:
    Aug 24,  · The trio haven’t released an album since (the abrasive, career-high Third) or played live since ; their last outing, in , was a startling, bleak cover of Abba’s SOS for the film High.
  • Shakazshura says:
    Portishead’s debut album, ‘Dummy’, merged hip-hop with soundtrack atmospherics to create one of the defining albums of the 90s. Barrow then captured the zeitgeist, perhaps even more so than.

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