Review #131: Dummy, Portishead

#131: Dummy, Portishead

As with many of these albums, I had heard some of these songs before, but was not sure who Portishead was. They are a “trip hop” band from Bristol, England. Trip hop is basically emo house music. Think The Cure meets Skrillex, and wait for Massive Attack.

This album cover is a still from a short spy thriller Portishead made and released in 1994 called To Kill A

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