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    The Trip (Album, Partially Mixed) album cover

    Dexter (17)The Trip

    Label:Melting Pot Music – MPM155
    Format:
    CD, Album, Partially Mixed
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Hip Hop
    Style:Downtempo, Experimental, Psychedelic, Trip Hop, Leftfield, Cut-up/DJ, Turntablism

    Tracklist

    1Once Again Back (Tune In)2:34
    2San Francisco H
    FeaturingDJ Adlib
    2:24
    3Walk With Us1:34
    4Psychedelic Club Scene1:53
    5Witch/Room2:03
    6Rainbow Flight2:04
    7Teenage Mother1:46
    8Cupcakes1:50
    9With Ease2:17
    10Hippie Revolt (Turn On)2:10
    11You & I1:25
    12Roll It, Light It, Suck It1:42
    13Dexy Lovecraft2:11
    14Clouds Of Zero1:30
    15Acido (Heavyyy)2:01
    16Never Knew1:10
    17Pictures
    FeaturingJosa Peit
    3:37
    18Summerdays (Drop Out)2:50
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    Notes

    Packaging: standard digipak style cardboard cover, clear plastic tray, no booklet/inserts.
    Most tracks are segued/cross-faded/mixed into each other.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 673793315523
    • Label Code: LC 28178
    • Matrix / Runout: 55415317/MPM155CD-P 22
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP73
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0777

    Other Versions (2)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    The Trip (LP, Album, Limited Edition)Melting Pot MusicMPM 155Europe2013
    The Trip (LP, Album, Gatefold)Melting Pot MusicMPM155Germany2013

    Reviews

    schnellreinigung's profile picture
    schnellreinigung
    Has somebody already identified some of the samples used?
    The whole album itself is like a trip from the intro to the end, incredible work!
    chupathingy's profile picture
    chupathingy
    I just bought this on wax. It's one of the finest albums I've ever heard. The way the hiphop elements are rolled into the 60s music is wonderful, its almost like they were meant for each other. There are a few parts that drag a tiny bit but the album as a whole is pretty dang fantastic.
    caldog64's profile picture
    caldog64
    honestly such a fucken good album i wish he was still doing this kind of production instead of his current stuff!