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    Quote Originally Posted by speakonitgod View Post
    Start with DJ Shadow's "Endtroducing", then follow up with Portishead's "Dummy".

    I have both!

    I got

    Dummy
    Portishead
    Third
    Maxinquaye
    Nearly God
    Pre-Millenium Tension
    Endtroducing
    Blue Lines
    Mezzanine

    and if you count Bjork i got all her shits

    I just wanna know what im missing

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    Maybe check out these:

    Wagon Christ - Throbbing Pouch
    Nightmares on Wax - Smoker Delight / Carboot Soul
    Thievery Corporation - The Mirror Conspiracy / The Richest Man in Babylon
    UNKLE - Psyence Fiction
    DJ Krush - Kakusei / Zen
    Howie B - Snatch / Folk
    Guts - Le Bienheureux





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    Default Trip-Hop???

    what is this?

    obviously i got thinkin bout this cos of the genre name....
    "Read the sign hip-hoppers"

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    Trip hop is a music genre also known as the Bristol sound. The trip hop description was applied to the musical trend in the mid-1990s of downtempo electronic music that grew out of England's hip hop and house scenes. It is often rejected as a term by those artists to whom it is applied. It has also been described as "Europe's alternative of choice in the second half of the '90s", and a one-up fusion "of Hip-Hop and Electronica until neither genre is recognizable." [1] It is thus categorized as a fairly experimental genre, and sometimes with elements of Dance.
    The style is characterized by the reliance on breakbeats and a sample-heavy, often moody sound pioneered by Coldcut's remix of Eric B. & Rakim's "Paid in Full". Trip hop gained notice via popular artists such as Massive Attack, Portishead, Tricky, Thievery Corporation, Amon Tobin, and rock-influenced sound groups such as Ruby, California's DJ Shadow, Cut Chemist, Unkle, and the UK's Gorillaz, Howie B., Morcheeba, originating from Hythe in Kent, Londoners Glideascope, New York's Bowery Electric, and Seattle's Anomie Belle[2] are also often associated with this sound. Massive Attack's debut album Blue Lines, is seen as the "blueprint" for the genre[3]

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    well ive youtube several Massive Attack songs and im not liking tbh. its too laid back for me.

    i only asked because i came across a youtube vid that was titled 'trip hop beat' so i listened and it wasnt that bad....
    "Read the sign hip-hoppers"

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    Yeah, i wouldn't bother listening to any other trip hop.

    You've already gone to the immense trouble of investigating 'a couple of Massive Attack track on youtube'.

    That probably represents the whole genre.

    I wouldn't bother going to the supreme effort of looking at a couple of the youtube links on the first page.
    Last edited by rat fakerman; 06-06-2009 at 01:28 PM.



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    ill go through this thread later when I have time but can you guys recommend some dope artists?
    We do it for the people.


    "In the abundance of water, the fool is thirsty"


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    We do it for the people.


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    nevermind, theres a lot of recommendations here
    We do it for the people.


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    Tycho makes cool stuff. Tricky released a decent album a couple of years ago i think. I guess trip hop kind of died as a genre due to the how changeable electronic music is now. Genre's don't really apply to most new beat/bass/instrumental/electronica anymore.



    Thread reminds me of good music that i haven't listened to for years. Kind of a shame this forum has died, because i could go talk about music like this forever.



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