Portishead - Dummy

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I love misery, and oppositely to most people it's not antonym of peace. They greet each other and saying ' Thank you, if you hadn't existed i wouldn't have exist too'. If you want to understand value of your wealth, somebody should take it from you. If you want to taste peace , you have to experienced with misery. Not Portishead only writes couple of gloomy words, they also provide a perfect record which features everything harmoniously with each other-- well-matched dark vocal and learned songwriting by Beth Orton, Geoff Barrow's extremely good beats from wide category of music, dark elements from jazz music, driving atmosphere without stopping, also the taste of a striking movie scene.

Ohh, can't anybody see
We've got a war to fight
Never found our way
Regardless of what they say
How can it feel, this wrong
From this moment
How can it feel, this wrong
Storm.. in the morning light I feel
No more can I say
I got nobody on my side
Frozen to myself
And surely that ain't right
And surely that ain't right
We've got a war to fight
Never found our way
Regardless of what they say

This is completely distinctive record from mid-90. And with "Dummy", Portishead means a lot to our modern life's soundtrack -- when you're in a car -- it'll help you to see that emotions are so tight together, love all of them. Like various flowers, this record offers quite beautiful music. It's so modern, so drowned in sound.

From this time, unchained
We're all looking at a different picture
Thru this new frame of mind
A thousand flowers could bloom
Move over, and give us some room
Give me a reason to love you
Give me a reason to be a woman
I just wanna be a woman

mp3: Portishead - Roads

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