Roseland NYC Live

Portishead - Roseland NYC Live
Critic Score
Based on 5 reviews
User Score
Based on 92 ratings
1998 Ratings: #3
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November 2, 1998 / Release Date
Live / Format
Go! Discs / London / Label
Trip Hop / Genres
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knewnie
85
i dont know how they managed to turn some of the most depressing, isolating music ever into stadium-sized orchestral bangers, but goddamn, here we are.

Roseland fucks. like it FUCKS. Portishead's first two albums are some of the darkest, most sinister recordings ever. the slithering, smooth vignettes on Dummy, the sharp gloomy crackle of Self Titled, each equally as uncomfortably beautiful, but unique in their different sound. they evoke the somber nostalgia of faded, burnt photographs - black ... read more
squeejie
80
HOLY SHIIIIT
tha138
81
A thrilling experience for those who didn't have the chance to live it.
Press play, close your eyes and enter the Roseland Ballroom.
KevMetzger
84
'Roads' though
ROXAAN
79
Beautiful
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Track List

  1. Humming
  2. Cowboys
  3. All Mine
  4. Mysterons
  5. Only You
  6. Half Day Closing
  7. Over
  8. Glory Box
  9. Sour Times
  10. Roads
  11. Strangers
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Added on: May 13, 2013