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Portishead – Dummy

Label:Go! Beat – 828 522-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Electronic
Style:Trip Hop, Downtempo

Tracklist

A1Mysterons
Drums – Clive Deamer
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Geoff Barrow
Guitar, Theremin [Thereman] – Adrian Utley
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
A2Sour Times
Electric Piano [Rhodes], Organ [Hammond] – Neil Solman
Guitar – Adrian Utley
Programmed By – Geoff Barrow
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
Written-By [Sample, Uncredited] – O Turner*
Written-By [Sample] – Smokey Brooks*, Lalo Schifrin
A3Strangers
Drums – Clive Deamer
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Geoff Barrow
Guitar – Adrian Utley
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
Written-By [Sample, Uncredited] – W Shorter*
Written-By [Sample] – Weather Report
A4It Could Be Sweet
Drum Programming – Richard Newell (3)
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Geoff Barrow
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
A5Wandering Star
Drums – Clive Deamer
Guitar – Adrian Utley
Organ [Hammond] – Gary Baldwin
Programmed By – Geoff Barrow
Written-By – B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
Written-By [Sample, Uncredited] – M Dickerson*, C W Miller*, H R Brown*, H Scott*, J Goldstein*, L Oskar*, L Jordan*, S Allen*
Written-By [Sample] – War
B1Numb
Bass – Adrian Utley
Drums – Clive Deamer
Organ [Hammond] – Gary Baldwin
Programmed By, Drums – Geoff Barrow
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
B2Roads
Arranged By [Strings Arrangement] – Adrian Utley, Geoff Barrow
Drums – Clive Deamer
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Neil Solman
Guitar, Bass – Adrian Utley
Nose Flute – Dave Mc Donald*
Programmed By – Geoff Barrow
Strings – Strings Unlimited
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
B3Pedestal
Bass – Adrian Utley
Drums – Clive Deamer
Programmed By – Geoff Barrow
Trumpet – Andy Hague
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
B4Biscuit
Drums – Clive Deamer
Electric Piano [Rhodes] – Geoff Barrow
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
Written-By [Sample] – Johnnie Ray
B5Glory Box
Guitar, Organ [Hammond] – Adrian Utley
Programmed By – Geoff Barrow
Vocals – Beth Gibbons
Written-By – A Utley*, B Gibbons*, G Barrow*
Written-By [Sample] – Isaac Hayes
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Sleeve is semi-gloss flat colour sleeve with full-colour gloss-varnish inset image.
Label and Cover include "Marketed in France by Barclay and in Germany by Metronome Musik/GmbH"
Quotation marks around "Dummy" on label are of the COMPLIMENTARY, '66' '99' variety
Spine reads PORTISHEAD DUMMY 828 522 - 1 GO! BEAT [not GO!! BEAT]
The inner sleeve is thick paper/thin card and has a thumb cut-out on the opening at the back

Release may include a postage paid mail card to request information on Portishead.

The 'misprinted' version of this release can be found here

All tracks recorded at State of Art and Coach House Studios, Bristol, with additional mixing at Moles Studio, Bath.

©1994 Go! Discs Limited.
℗1994 Go! Discs Limited.

No track timings on release.

Samples:
Track A2 contains samples from "Danube Incident" written & performed by Lalo Schifrin and a percussion sample from "Spin-It Jig" written by Henry Brooks and Otis Turner performed by Smokey Brooks.
Track A3 contains samples from "Elegant People" written & performed by Weather Report.
Track A5 contains samples from "Magic Mountain" written & performed by Eric Burdon & War.
Track B4 contains samples from "I'll Never Fall In Love Again" written & performed by Johnnie Ray.
Track B5 contains samples from "Ike's Rap II" written & performed by Isaac Hayes.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 42282 85221 2
  • Label Code: LC 7192
  • Price Code: BA 281
  • Rights Society: BIEM / STEMRA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout): 828-522-1-A-1 DFI 94 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout): 828-522-1-B-1 DFI 94 6 828 522 B1

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Dummy (CD, Album)Go! Beat828 522-2Europe1994
Dummy (CD, Album, Stereo)Go! Beat, Go! Beat828 553 - 2, 828 553-2Europe1994
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Dummy (Cassette, Album)Go! Beat828 553-4India1994
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Dummy (Cassette, Album)Go! Beat828 522-4Europe1994
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Dummy (CD, Album)Go! Beat, Polydor828 553-2Australasia1994
  • carscars's avatar
    carscars
    I’m reviewing the 1994 DFI pressing.

    This is such an amazing pressing. The 1997 MPO of the Self titled album is awful in comparison. This has such rich depth. We’re fortunate as fans this got such a good pressing. The 90s did produce some great sounding vinyl.

    This is well worth the money for a serious fan with a good stereo.
    • sparklycrow's avatar
      sparklycrow
      I have NO Barcode and NO Matrix ??? What ist this release?
      • Noob_Saibot8's avatar
        Noob_Saibot8
        Awesome production! Great sound! The most quality sound lp I own so far...
        • thatmatt_'s avatar
          thatmatt_
          Edited one year ago
          Were the pressings sold by pop.market that were listed as sealed on this listing actually the first pressings? I refuse to believe that an iconic album such as this, released in a time when vinyl was on the way out would have an early vinyl press be only worth around CA$25 sealed. Given that it's hard to tell the difference between the 2008 reissue and this without opening the packaging probably explains why this happened.
          • JonW2015's avatar
            JonW2015
            This is a simply stunning and very moving collection of songs. Nice and loud.
            • getcapewearcape's avatar
              Anyone know the difference between this release and the 2008 release by the outer sleeve alone?
              • independent.mind's avatar
                It's unreal this much music fit on a single platter. This is the quintessential 90's Downtempo record. Special attention to "STRANGERS" side A which is very underrated. GO BUY IT! The production is A+++ on this and gladly holds its own against any Massive Attack album from the same era. The value has held at $30 CAD (New)! Almost any pressing of this will be clean out of a new sleeve.
                • ssk13's avatar
                  ssk13
                  are there any vinyl releases that contain the track "it's a fire"?
                  • bell-end's avatar
                    bell-end
                    'roads' will echo through eternity in the same way that 'unfinished symphony' does,or at least it certainly should.borne of the same era and general 'trip hop' fraternity.my only regret is that I was ever so slightly too young to appreciate it at the time.i was generally caught up in hard dance music,so much of which,in retrospect,was entirely disposable when compared to this.at least I can listen to it over 20 years later and shed a tear.thankyou Portishead. X
                    • ProtocolOne's avatar
                      ProtocolOne
                      The album speaks for itself. And the Vinyl release is superb. The fact that this album is a single disc release, and still sounds this good is almost unbelievable. All respect to Portishead and also the engineers that squeezed 5 tracks on a single side of the vinyl and got this level of quality. Definitely one of the records that can be enjoyed on many levels. This is a work of professionals.