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Electronic and orchestra's finest moments?

This album captures Portishead live and at the top of their game. The vocals are awesome and the orchestra gives this music such depth and warmth that it feels that they were made for each other. It must have been a wonderfull concert because at times in the songs there is 1/2 a second of total silence and you can almost feel the audience waiting for the next notes. Highlights must be the full orchestra in Mysterons and the subdued solo in Only You

Wonderful album - let down by audience participation!

What would have been arguably their greatest album is let down by the infuriating distraction of the audience handclapping along with at least two tracks - guys, if I'd wanted to hear you lot making a noise I'd go to a sports game: with a Portishead gig I kind of expected to hear them (uninterrupted). Anyway, rant over - this is wonderful music: proof that they're so much more than a studio band, and that their live music is so much more than repetitions of the studio tracks. Buy it all!

Portishead at there best live.



Formed: 1991 in Bristol, England

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

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...
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