Portishead - Dummy

Portishead - Dummy
CRITIC SCORE
90
Based on 5 reviews
1994 Rank: #7 / 22
USER SCORE
90
Based on
120 ratings

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uralberk
84
Not saying that it's my favourite but it's the album to point when someone asks about what trip hop is.
SiberianBreaks
95
A beautiful Trip Hop album filled with incredible instrumentation. The vocals are so emotive and have such a sexy style to them. Production can sound outdated, but still a timeless album.

Favourite tracks: Roads, Glory Box, Mysterons, Sour Times, Strangers, Pedestal
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DETAILS

October 17, 1994 / Release Date
LP / Format
Go! Beat / Label
Portishead, Adrian Utley / Producer
Trip Hop / Genres
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Track List
  1. Mysterons 
  2. Sour Times 
  3. Strangers 
  4. It Could Be Sweet 
  5. Wandering Star 
  6. It's A Fire 
  7. Numb 
  8. Roads 
  9. Pedestal 
  10. Biscuit 
  11. Glory Box
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