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10 years ago at Nov 9 16:41
I've given this album a rating of 4/10 on the basis of the song 'Roads' alone. The rest really didn't impress me. Aside from Roads and the immutable 'Glory Box' (which saturates at least 25% of all adverts every year), there really isn't much on the album that sucks you in.

Nevertheless, this is still regarded as one of the greats. They are a poor mans Massive Attack, and I don't e... read more
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Description: Dummy is the 1994 debut album of the Bristol-based group Portishead. The album earned critical acclaim, winning the 1995 Mercury Music Prize. It is often credited with inventing the sub-genre of trip-hop and is frequently cited in lists of the best albums of the 1990s. Although it achieved modest chart success overseas, it peaked at #2 on the UK Album Chart and saw two of its three singles reach #13. The album was certified gold in 1997 and has sold two million copies in Europe. ... (more)
Manufacturer: Go! Discs
Release date: 17 August 1994
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0042282855329 UPC: 042282855329
Tags: Electronic (6), Trip Hop (5), 1994 (3), Downtempo (2), Portishead (2), Abstract (1), 1990's (1), English (1), Bought 2007 (1), Album (1), Electronica (1), Trip-hop (1), Bought-at:mediamarkt (1), UK (1), Triphop (1), Alternative (1), 1990s (1), Mercury Prize Winner (1), Debut Album (1)
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