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  • Portishead - Sour Times

    Duration: 4:10 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times

    Brilliant track from thealbum 'Glory Box'..."Sour Times" by Portishead was released in *UMG administer the sound recording content of this video,Israeli Educational Television own the visual content*..1994 on record labels Go! Discs,London.This was the groups second ever single and was written by the three members of the group,Beth Gibbons,Geoff Barrow and Adrian Utley.The video for the song used the footage from the groups short film "To Kill A Dead Man".

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  • Portishead - Sour times (Roseland NYC) (HQ)

    Duration: 4:59 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour times Roseland NYC HQ

    Portishead - Sour times From the 1997 concert in Roseland New York. Lyrics: To pretend no one can find The fallacies of morning rose Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes Curtises that I despise in me Take a ride, take a shot now Cos nobody loves me Its true Not like you do Covered by the blind belief That fantasies of sinful screens Bear the facts, assume the dye End the vows no need to lie, enjoy Take a ride, take a shot now Cos nobody loves me Its true Not like you do Who oo am I, what and why Cos all I have left is my memories of yesterday Ohh these sour times Cos nobody loves me Its true Not like you do After time the bitter taste Of innocence decent or race Scattered seeds, buried lives Mysteries of our disguise revolve Circumstance will decide .... Cos nobody loves me Its true Not like you do Cos nobody loves me Its true Not like you Nobody loves.. me Its true Not, like, you.. do

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  • Portishead - Sour Times [HQ]

    Duration: 4:12 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times HQ

    Portishead Sour Times , Sour Times" is a song by English trip hop group Portishead, released as their second single in August 1994. Written by all three members of the band, "Sour Times" features on Portishead's debut album Dummy (1994). The original 1994 release initially reached only number 57 in the UK, but after the success of "Glory Box" in 1995, it was re-released and peaked at number 13 on the UK singles chart in April. It is also the band's only song to date to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, at number 53. Lyrics: To pretend no one can find The fallacies of morning rose Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes Courtesies that I despise in me Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Covered by the blind belief That fantasies of sinful screens Bear the facts, assume the dye End the vows, no need to lie, enjoy Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Who am I, what and why? 'Cause all I have left is my memories of yesterday Oh these sour times 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do After time the bitter taste Of innocence, decent or race Scattered seeds, buried lives Mysteries of our disguise revolve Circumstance will decide .... 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you Nobody loves.. me It's true Not, like, you.. do

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  • Portishead - Sour Times

    Duration: 3:24 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times

    Love the song! Enjoy!!! I don't own any part of the song, this is just fan video! Lyrics: To pretend no one can find The fallacies of morning rose Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes Courtesies that I despise in me Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Covered by the blind belie Fantasies of sinful screens Bear the facts, assume the dye End the vows, no need to lie, enjoy Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Who am I, what and why? 'Cause all I have left is my memories of yesterday Oh these sour times 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do After time the bitter taste Of innocence, decent or race Scattered seeds, buried lives Mysteries of our disguise revolve Circumstance will decide... 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you Nobody loves me It's true Not like you do...

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  • Portishead - Sour Times (Live at Bizarre Festival 1998) Uninterrupted and High Quality

    Duration: 8:43 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times Live at Bizarre Festival 1998 Uninterrupted and High Quality

    Portishead, performing their classic 'Sour Times' in Germany, 1998. Extremely High Quality even though it doesn't trigger Youtube's 'HD' settings. This is a 1.6 gigabyte uncompressed AVI file. In September 2010, I left my computer on for 6 days to download the 7gb torrent of the entire concert at 2kb/second. It was slow but worth it. At the time the only other version of this performance on Youtube had audio problems during the climax, which was extremely annoying. When I finished my torrent, I was equally annoyed to find that it too was missing the audio during the climax. Fortunately, I possessed the audio version of this performance (uninterrupted) and sony vegas. I spliced the two seamlessly together. Enjoy! * * * Sour Times comes off Portishead's debut 1994 album, 'Dummy.' "The album earned critical acclaim, winning the 1995 Mercury Music Prize beating stiff competition which included PJ Harvey's To Bring You My Love, Oasis' Definitely Maybe, and Tricky's Maxinquaye. 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." "Despite the band's aversion to press coverage, the album was successful in both Europe and the United States (where it sold more than 150,000 copies even before the band toured there)" "On the two morosely startling albums that made Portishead's reputation when it came out of England in the 1990s, Beth Gibbons's voice and words were bereft and bitter, floating in music that placed vintage samples in sparse, echoey backdrops, conjuring emotional abysses and the irrevocable passage of time. The band itself was self-effacing, but word of mouth, from introvert to introvert, worked as much as radio play to cultivate devoted fans."

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  • Portishead - Sour Times Nobody loves me

    Duration: 5:11 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times Nobody loves me

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Portishead - Sour Times

    Duration: 4:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Choir! Choir! Choir! sings Portishead's "Sour Times"

    Duration: 4:10 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Choir! Choir! Choir! sings Portishead's "Sour Times"

    A few weeks back we sang "Sour Times," one of the many classic tunes on Portishead's album Dummy. This album and their music still makes a huge impression on us. Thanks to Zero11Zero for giving this vid a very Portishead look and feel.

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  • Portishead - Sour Times

    Duration: 3:24 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times

    From the album "Dummy" (1994). LYRICS: To pretend no one can find The fallacies of morning rose Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes Courtesies that I despise in me Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Covered by the blind belief That fantasies of sinful screens Bear the facts, assume the dye End the vows, no need to lie, enjoy Take a ride, take a shot now 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do Who am I, what and why? 'Cause all I have left is my memories of yesterday Oh these sour times 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do After time the bitter taste Of innocence, decent or race Scattered seeds, buried lives Mysteries of our disguise revolve Circumstance will decide .... 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you do 'Cause nobody loves me It's true Not like you Nobody loves.. me It's true Not, like, you.. do

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  • Portishead - Sour Sour Times (1995 - Singles)

    Duration: 4:08 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Sour Times 1995 - Singles

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Adele Vs Portishead & B.O.B. - Deep & Sour (Robin Skouteris Mashup Mix)

    Duration: 6:52 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Adele Vs Portishead & B.O.B. - Deep & Sour Robin Skouteris Mashup Mix

    Mashup Remix by Robin Skouteris. Video edit by Aristea Papanastasiou. This mix is included in the "Vs5" Mashup album. Download the Robin Skouteris mashup albums here: http://goo.gl/0kmyc ♫ FOLLOW ME ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/robinskouterispage TWITTER: https://twitter.com/robinskouteris INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/robinskouteris CONTACT & BOOKINGS: robinskouteris@gmail.com The mix includes: Adele - Rolling In The Deep John Legend - Rolling In The Deep Portishead - Sour Times Lalo Schifrin - Danube Incident B.O.B. feat. Bruno Mars - Nothin On You

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  • Portishead - Sour Sour Times (1994 - Singles)

    Duration: 4:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Sour Times 1994 - Singles

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Portishead - Sour Times (Live in Blackpool 1995)

    Duration: 6:27 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times Live in Blackpool 1995

    Recorded live at Blackpool Tower Ballroom on 25 May 1995. Badalamenti-esque!

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  • PS22 Chorus "Sour Times" Portishead

    Duration: 2:18 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    PS22 Chorus "Sour Times" Portishead

    http://facebook.com/ps22chorus http://ps22chorus.blogspot.com http://twitter.com/ps22chorus PS22 Chorus goes old school, bringing back "Sour Times," a 90s trip hop classic from Portishead! We weren't really expecting to film this as it was only our first rehearsal upon return from the spring break, but the kids gave such a bravura performance on this difficult song, we decided to record and post it in our original one-camera format.

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  • Portishead - Sour time (full version)

    Duration: 5:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour time full version

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  • Portishead - Sour Times lyrics

    Duration: 4:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times lyrics

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  • Portishead Sour Times Electric Picnic, Ireland 30th August 2014

    Duration: 4:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead Sour Times Electric Picnic, Ireland 30th August 2014

    The eventual appearance of Bristolian trip-hop pioneers Portishead after a 17 year absence from an Irish stage won’t be forgotten in a hurry. Most artists come to Stradbally and entertain. Portishead go the extra mile to deliver one of the year’s finest concerts. The intensity and volume of their classic industrial electro single ‘Machine Gun’ is simply mindblowing.

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  • Sour Times - Portishead - Stringspace cover

    Duration: 3:03 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Sour Times - Portishead - Stringspace cover

    Sour Times by Portishead - Stringspace cover Enjoy! If you are a fan of Stringspace please SHARE our clips on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and as many different ways as you can! Thank You! -- Stringspace Booking Agency -- String quartets, string orchestras & jazz bands - weddings, events, recordings, concerts & TV/film. -- Find us at: http://www.stringspace.com.au http://www.facebook.com/stringspace http://www.youtube.com/StringspaceLive http://instagram.com/stringspace http://www.paperpark.com.au Production: Stringspace & Red Rug Sorry, we don't distribute or sell our sheet music arrangements. Please contact us if you are interested in hiring Stringspace for an event OR for mp3 recordings: lucie@stringspace.com.au. Thank You! Stringspace are based in Australia.

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  • The Blank Theory-Sour Times-New Metal

    Duration: 4:36 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    The Blank Theory-Sour Times-New Metal

    New Metal

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  • The Civil Wars // Sour Times

    Duration: 3:11 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    The Civil Wars // Sour Times

    Shot & edited by Allister Ann in London, Oct 2011. "Sour Times" was originally performed by Portishead. This recording will be featured as the B side to The Civil War's upcoming Billie Jean 7 inch vinyl, releasing on Record Store Day 2012.

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  • Shortie - Sour Times(Original)

    Duration: 4:08 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Shortie - Sour Times Original

    (c) 2000 Shortie, 720 Records. I don't own this.

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  • Sour Times (Live) - Kate Griffin & Ford Collier

    Duration: 4:04 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Sour Times Live - Kate Griffin & Ford Collier

    Cover of Sour Times by Portishead, all performed live.

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  • 2017 #06: "Sour Times" (Portishead)

    Duration: 3:05 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    2017 #06: "Sour Times" Portishead

    Chords: http://imgur.com/TXRROwn Weekly Piano Jam 2017 #06: "Sour Times" (Portishead) Pianist: Joep Hullegie

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  • Portishead - Sour Times (1995 - Singles)

    Duration: 4:31 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times 1995 - Singles

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Portishead Numb (single version)

    Duration: 4:47 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead Numb single version

    From the CD Single "Sour Times (Nobody Loves Me)" Excerpt from the track "A Tribute to Monk & Canatella" This track is a remix of the song "Numb". It has a jazzy feel from the horn sample. Unable so lost I can't find my way Been searching, but I have never seen A turning, a turning from deceit 'Cause the child roses like Try to reveal what I could feel I can't understand myself anymore 'Cause I m still feeling lonely Feeling so unholy 'Cause the child roses like Try to reveal what I could feel But this loneliness It just won't leave me alone, oh no I'm fooling somebody A faithless path I roam Deceiving to breath this secretly A silence, this silence I can't bear 'Cause the child roses like Tries to reveal what I could feel And this loneliness It just won't leave me alone, oh no And this loneliness, Just won't leave me alone A lady of war

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  • Portishead - Sour Times

    Duration: 5:20 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Sour Times

    Duration: 4:01 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Sour Times

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Sour Times · Vitamin String Quartet Per_Versions ℗ 2009 Vitamin Records Released on: 2009-06-02 Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Portishead - Sour Times (1994 - Singles)

    Duration: 4:34 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Portishead - Sour Times 1994 - Singles

    Portishead may not have invented trip-hop, but they were among the first to popularize it, particularly in America. Taking their cue from the slow, elastic beats that dominated Massive Attack's Blue Lines and adding elements of cool jazz, acid house, and soundtrack music, Portishead created an atmospheric, alluringly dark sound. The group wasn't as avant-garde as Tricky, nor as tied to dance traditions as Massive Attack; instead, it wrote evocative pseudo-cabaret pop songs that subverted their conventional structures with experimental productions and rhythms of trip-hop. As a result, Portishead appealed to a broad audience -- not just electronic dance and alternative rock fans, but thirtysomethings who found techno, trip-hop, and dance as exotic as worldbeat. Before Portishead released their debut album, Dummy, in 1994, trip-hop's broad appeal wasn't apparent, but the record became an unexpected success in Britain, topping most year-end critics polls and earning the prestigious Mercury Music Prize; in America, it also became an underground hit, selling over 150,000 copies before the group toured the U.S. Following the success of Dummy, legions of imitators appeared over the next two years, but Portishead remained quiet as they worked on their second album. Homebrew Named after the West Coast shipping town where Geoff Barrow grew up, Portishead formed in Bristol, England, in 1991. Prior to the group's formation, Barrow had worked as a tape operator at the Coach House studio, where he met Massive Attack. Through that group, he began working with Tricky, producing the rapper's track for a Sickle Cell charity album. Barrow also wrote songs for Neneh Cherry's Homebrew, though only "Somedays" appeared on the record. Around the time of Portishead's formation, he had begun to earn a reputation as a remix producer, working on tracks by Primal Scream, Paul Weller, Gabrielle, and Depeche Mode. Barrow met Beth Gibbons, who had been singing in pubs, in 1991 on a job scheme. Over the next few years, the pair began writing music, often with jazz guitarist Adrian Utley, who had previously played with both Big John Patton and the Jazz Messengers.

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  • Sour Times Vitamin String Quartet tribute to Portishead

    Duration: 3:52 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps


    Sour Times Vitamin String Quartet tribute to Portishead

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