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Old 12-12-2005, 09:31 PM   #16
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mmm... does DJ Shadow qualify? either way everyone should give him a listen as well as RJD2
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I'd say there was definitely some trip-hop stylings on Endtroducing...

This is a great thread, just because this type of music doesn't get talked about too much on here.

No shout outs to POP? Miami, Playboy Mansion, the end of If God...

Also, Second Toughest in the Infants and Beaucoup Fish by Underworld have their moments, even if the whole albums aren't trip hop.

Possibly my favorite track ever is the Underdog's Angel Dust mix of Protection (Massive Attack featuring Everything But the Girl's Tracey Thorn on vocals). Makes a great song even better. Got that one on the Special Brew compilation from 1996, which also has the Beastie Boys remixing Bjork! and The Prodigy remixing Method Man, a bizarre trip hop masterpiece in its own right. Incidentally, that disc also has the Gimme Some More Dignity mix of Numb leading off the album.
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No shout outs to POP? Miami, Playboy Mansion, the end of If God...
Wow! I never thought of it as trip-hop but come to think of it, I guess it just might qualify...

Also, you mentioned Protection. What a great track! Tracey Thorn is absolutely fabulous with Massive Attack! In fact, funnily enough Everything But The Girl is what got me into this genre, even though they themselves got into it only in 1996 or something. Well actually, I did know of Portishead's Glory Box before that! Anyway, I can't believe nobody mentioned Walking Wounded!

And Teardrop...
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Listened to Dummy, 100th Window, and Mezzanine today...

I'm downloading Tricky's Maxinquaye right now
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- A Stereophonic Sound Spectacular
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Massive Attack
- Mezzanine

Morcheeba
- Who Can You Trust
- Big Calm



Thievery Corporation
- Mirror Conspiracy
- The Richest Man in Babylon


Theivery Corporation seems more Acid Jazz to me though. And Morcheeba has more of a lounge type feel rather than Trip Hop. I noticed alot of people mentioning bands that I wouldn't necessarily call Trip Hop. Then again when you start getting into electronic music the genres are so blurred anyways.
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i have mezzanine

if you were ever on aim i could send it to you if you wanted
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have you heard roisin murphy's (singer from moloko) new solo album? it's brilliant, i think. it's that herbert fellow.. quite the producer.
yeah, I heard a couple of songs, not the whole album. I think its good work.

Morcheeba have a new singer.. saw her last summer in Sziget, good voice.. while Morcheeba is still associated so much with Skye,
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