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well, trip hop is a genre that started in the 90's, and it is said that it originated from England, particulary from Bristol, where bands like Massive Attack, Portishead and Tricky started developing it. im not gonna go in details about the history of this genre, you can look up yourself in google or wikipedia, whatever.

i dunno if anybody here likes triphop, but i enjoy it very much, and there are some great artists and albums you guys should check out, if you are new to this genre. i'll give a list of bands/artists, a bit of their discography and albums you should check out (possibly, i will upload the albums, if i have time).

 

Air

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One of the best bands to ever come from France in the genre of TripHop are obviously Air. Air is a french duo consisting of Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoit Dunckel. Their debut Ep, Premieres Symptomes was followed by the album "Moon Safari, one of the best albums to ever come in the genre of triphop. They've released other albums like The Virgin Suicides (also soundtrack of the movie with the same name), 10,000 Herz Legend, and Talkie Walkie. Still Moon Safari is considered their masterpiece.

 

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1. La Femme d'Argent

2. Sexy Boy

3. All I Need

4. Kelly Watch the Stars

5. Talisman

6. Remember

7. You Make It Easy

8. Ce Matin-La

9. New Star in the Sky

10. Le Voyage de Penelope

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Massive Attack

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The pioneering force behind the rise of trip-hop, Massive Attack were among the most innovative and influential groups of their generation, together with Portishead. ]Their hypnotic sound, a mix between hip-hop rhythms, soulful melodies, dub grooves, and choice samples, set the pace for much of the dance music to emerge throughout the 1990s. Mezzanine is considered their masterpiece, an album which came into publin on 1998.

 

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1. Angel

2. Risingson

3. Teardrop

4. Inertia Creep

5. Exchange

6. Dissolved Girl

7. Man Next Door

8. Black Milk

9. Mezzanine

10. Group Four

11. Exchange (Reprise)

http://www.megaupload.com/?d=PY74N7XT

 

Portishead

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Portishead is a triphop band from Bristol, England, named after the small town of Portishead, 12 miles west of Bristol. With their use of live jazz samples and intentionally lo-fi sound, they create a unique sound of triphop. Their first album "Dummy" was released in 1994.

 

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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

 

 

 

i'll be putting more artists and albums to download. gotta go right now.

 

cheers

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Kruder & Dorfmeister

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Peter Kruder & Richard Dorfmeister, are Kruder & Dorfmeister, an Austrian duo most known for their downtempo-dub remixes of pop, hip-hop, and drum and bass songs. Their mixes are usually flavored with sampler-processed vocals, deep bassline dub, trip-hop elements, bossa grooves and smoothly-shaped echoes to obtain their unique sound. [extract from wikipedia.org]

 

Kruder & Dorfmeister - The KD Sessions

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Tracklist

 

Disc One

 

01. Heroes (Kruder's Long Loose Boosa) - Roni Size

02. Jazz Master (K&D Session) - Alex Reese

03. Speechless (Drum 'n' Bass) - Count Basic

04. Going Under (main version) - Rocker's Hi-Fi

05. Bug Powder Dust (K&D Session) - Bomb The Bass

06. Rollin' On Chrome (Wild Motherfucker Dub) - Aphrodelics

07. Useless (K&D Session) - Depeche Mode

08. Gotta Jazz - Count Basic

09. Donaueschingen - Rainer Trüby Trio

10. Trans Fatty Acid (K&D Session) - Lamb

 

Disc two

 

01. Gone (K&D Session) - David Holmes

02. Sofa Rockers (Richard Dorfmeister Remix) - Sofa Surfers

03. Eastwest (Stoned Together) - Mama Oliver

04. Bug Powder Dust (Dub) - Bomb The Bass

05. Boogie woogie - Kruder & Dorfmeister

06. Where Shall I Turn (K&D Session vol. 2) - Sin

07. 1st Of Tha Month (K&D Session) - Bone Thugs 'N Harmony

08. Lexicon - Kruder & Dorfmeister

09. Bomberclaad Joint (K&D Session) - Knowtoryous

10. Going Under (Evil Love and Insanity Dub) - Rocker's Hi-Fi

11. Million Town (K&D Session) - Strange Cargospace.gif

http://rapidshare.de/files/18452008/KDses.part1.rar

http://rapidshare.de/files/18453809/KDses.part2.rar

 

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Thievery Corporation

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Thievery Corporation make abstract, instrumental, mid-tempo dance music somewhere between trip-hop and acid jazz. The production duo of[/url] Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, Thievery Corporation released a few warmly received singles on their own Eighteenth Street Lounge (ESL) label (named for their Washington, D.C. bar and nightclub) in 1996. Previously known primarily among acid jazz and rare-groove DJs, the group shot to minor celebrity when a track from one of their early 12"'s appeared on respected Dj/producers Kruder Dorfmeister's mix session for Studio K7's DJ Kicks series. Similar in many respects (and more than just number) to that Viennese production duo, Thievery Corporation subsequently grew in popularity among a wider audience of DJs and headphonaunts. [extract from starpulse.com]

 

Thievery Corporation - The Cosmic Game

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Tracklist:

 

1. Marching the Hate Machines (Into the Sun) featuring the Flaming Lips

2. Warning Shots featuring Sleepy Wonder and Gunjan

3. The Revolution Solution featuring Perry Farrell

4. The Cosmic Gate

5. Satyam Shivam Sundaram featuring Gunjan

6. Amerimacka featuring Notch

7. Ambicion Eterna (Eternal Ambition) featuring Verny Varela

8. Pela Janela (Through the Window) featuring Gigi Rezende

9. Sol Tapado featuring Patrick de Santos

10. The Heart's a Lonely Hunter featuring David Byrne

11. Holographic Universe

12. Doors of Perception featuring Gunjan

13. Wires and Watchtowers featuring Sista Pat

14. The Supreme Illusion featuring Gunjan

15. The Time We Lost Out Way featuring Loulou

 

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Boozoo Bajou

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On the Nuremberg based Downbeat/Lounge/Nu Jazz Label STEREO DELUXE the group BOOZOO BAJOU released their 10 track debut album SATTA. Since 1997 the duo Peter Heider and Florian Seyberth aka BOOZOO BAJOU caught the eye of DJ's and other hipsters through the release of three twelve inch records (Night over Manaus, Under my Sensi & Divers) which brought a whole lot of club-play and smaller notification all over the world.

 

Two years later SATTA has sold more than 65.000 times all over the world excluding Bootlegs which surfaced in such strange places as Thailand. The album has turned into a classic and is described as a milestone for the downbeat scene. Those 10 tracks from SATTA can now be found on more than 120 CD compilations worldwide and the music was used on half a dozen top class tv adverts.

 

After bringing BOOZOO BAJOU on the road by djing all over the world in 2002 the group got lots of requests for a compilation CD of their favourite tracks by other artists. Subsequently they released JUKE JOINT a 20 piece mix compilation in spring 2003 which again got a worldwide positive feedback especially due to the wooden box which was the packaging for the limited edition. The release of THE REMIXES which was the last BOOZOO BAJOU closes the SATTA era for BOOZOO BAJOU. That CD features also recent remixes done by BOOZOO BAJOU for other artists like Tosca, Mousse T., Trüby Trio or Common & Mary J. Blige. [extract from hopez.com]

 

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1. Yma

2. Camioux

3. Night Over Manuas

4. Divers

5. Bakar

6. Down & Out

7. Yoruba Road

8. Under My Sensi

9. Lava

10. Satta

 

 

 

i dont really have any time on uploading the album, but you can try find it yourself, is worth downloading:)

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Gotan Project

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Gotan Project is a musical group based in Paris, consisting of musicians Philippe Cohen Solal (French), Eduardo Makaroff (Argentine) and Christoph H. Müller (Swiss, former member of Touch el Arab).

They formed in 1999. Their first release was Vuelvo Al Sur/El Capitalismo Foraneo in 2000, followed by the album La Revancha del Tango in 2001. Their music is clearly tango, but also uses electronic elements such as samples, beats and breaks.

Live material was also broadcast on Gilles Peterson's[/url] world music show worldwide on BBC one in May 2004. Philippe Cohen Solal has also released a DJ set: Inspiración Espiración - A Gotan Project DJ Set Selected & Mixed by Philippe Cohen Solal (2004). This album is a compilation of classic tangos from the likes of Anibal Troilo and Astor Piazzolla and Gotan Project remixes. The album also includes a bonus CD with the track "La Cruz del Sur" - which was meant to be included on La Revancha del Tango, but didn't make the cut in 2001.

 

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1 Amor Porteno

2 Notas

3 Diferente

4 Celos

5 Lunatico

6 Mi Confesion

7 Tango Cancion

8 Criminal

9 La Viguela

10 Arrabal

11 Domingo

12 Paris, Texas

 

http://rapidshare.de/files/23677354/gpl.rar.html

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DJ Shadow - Endtroducing... (1996)

 

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Endtroducing..... is the first studio album by DJ Shadow' date=' released in 1996. It is unique in that it is built entirely from samples of other audio, such as hip hop, jazz, funk, psychedelia, old television shows, interviews, and percussion tracks. The album has been cited in the Guinness World Records as being the first album created completely from sampled sources.[/quote']

 

It my favourite trip hop/hip hop album ever made along with Dummy. It was mixed perfectly. Must get album!

 

9.8/10

 

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http://rapidshare.de/files/24421847/Endtroducing.rar

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Well I only know one song by Air and this is playground love....and I love this song....so is it worth to listen to more of them?

It sure is. Try 'Moon Safari', many people think it's their best one... I love many others too though. Anyway, 'Ce Matin La', 'La Femme D'Argent' and 'Talisman' from 'Moon Safari' are just perfect :wink:

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There's a band that I love, and I think makes Trip-Hop, but I'd like people who really know what Trip-Hop is to tell me if I'm right.

The band is called Archive. I think it's not very famous all around the world, but they released six studio albums already.

 

So, am I thinking the right way ?

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