Trip - Who's That? mp3 album
This is not the beginning of trip-hop - that arguably started back in 1988 when Massive Attack released their debut single. But it wasn’t until around 1994 that the phrase began to make the rounds outside of its incubating scene in Bristol, UK, and began to circulate in the . After releasing an album on then-fledgling label Warp Records in 1991, Nightmares on Wax founder George Evelyn stepped away to run a dance club in Leeds, DJ, and start his own record label. The context is important because unlike many of the other notable trip-hop releases, Smokers Delight has a distinct DJ feel to it, with an aesthetic that relies on multiple melodies being seamlessly layered on top of each other throughout the course of a song. Truthfully, its only downside to speak of is that it set the bar too high for Tricky, who hasn’t quite been able to match its brilliance again.
Look Who's Talking stylized as Look Whos Talking! - The Album is the third album of European-based Nigerian artist Dr. Alban. It was released in 1994 on BMG. "Hard Pan Di Drums" (6:22). Look Who's Talking! (3:13). Free Up Soweto" (3:24). Away from Home" (3:45). Gimme Dat Lovin" (4:06). Let the Beat Go On" (3:56). Home Sweet Home" (3:11). Go See the Dentist" (4:27). Sweet Little Girl" (3:05). Plastic Smile" (3:42).
Road Trip Who's In. p?xar. There is absolutely zero doubt in my mind that this is not how End Game isn't going to end. Superhero Window Washers Bring Joy At Children's Hospital, Iowa.
Many producers who were not explicitly trip-hop artists also displayed its influence during the early 2000s. 2001 saw the release of his side project, Lovage.
Much of Who's Next derives from Lifehouse, an ambitious sci-fi rock opera Pete Townshend abandoned after suffering a nervous breakdown, caused in part from working on the sequel to Tommy.
Trip-hop’s popularity arguably peaked in the mid ‘90s, as pioneering acts like Portishead, Massive Attack, Tricky, Unkle, and DJ Shadow gained both critical and commercial renown. Based in London, Submotion Orchestra are a seven-piece who released their grandiose, panoramic fifth album, Kites, in March. Their music layers rich orchestration onto a dubby rhythmic base, veering from nocturnal jazz to somber neoclassical and making them one of the most kaleidoscopic acts in recent years to have reworked the basic trip-hop template.
Who's that sitting at the bus-stop Look at his mug shot Looks like he's been mugged off Woken up at night by the guard dogs Plus he's got a pile of old broken alarm clocks. I can't even be bothered to Read a book, write, clean or to cook Feel like I'm Steve Mcqueen on foot Look in my cupboards nothing but cheese and custard My feet reek like Dijon mustard So who's that sitting at the bus-stop While his mums dog take a pee on his Dunlops I lost my cherry to the. solo in November rain And I'll always die hard like I'm John Mclane So come on traffic lights.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Who's That? (Dirty)|
|B||Who's That? (Jack Beats Remix)
Remix – B. Geffin*, Jack Beats, N. Dailly*
- Mastered At – eMasters
- Mastered By – Streaky
- Producer – J. Rushent*
- Written-By – C. Child*, J. Rushent*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 060006 325472
|none||Trip||Who's That (CDr, Single, Promo)||Autonomy Records||none||UK||2009|
|AOTG003||Trip||Who's That (CD, Single, Promo)||Ahead Of The Game||AOTG003||UK||2007|