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Sour Times / Numbered in Moscow / Lot More [Maxi, Import]

Portishead Audio CD
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1. Sour Times
2. Numbed In Moscow
3. A Tribute To Monk & Canatella
4. Lot More
5. Theme From 'To Kill A Dead Man'
6. Airbus Reconstruction

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AUSTRALIAN LIMITED RE-PRESS.

Product Description

PORTISHEAD Sour Times (Nobody Loves Me) (1994 US 6-track mini-album CD including Numbed In Moscow A Tribute To Monk & Canatella Lot More Theme From To Kill A Dead Man & Airbus Reconstruction picture sleeve)

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5.0 out of 5 stars PORTISHEAD Sour Times Sept. 18 2013
By allan g TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
1994 release of the PORTISHEAD Sour Times EP - 4 tracks, plus 3 PORTISHEAD postcards - pretty collectible! Great chillout disc!

Tracks are :

Sour Times
Its A Fire
Pedestal
Theme from To Kill A Dead Man
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Amazon.com: 3.5 out of 5 stars  2 reviews
7 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ultimate chill Oct. 19 1999
By inky - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
i am listing to it right now, it is excellent, buy it, great mixing, on decks, and good for chilling to.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Nothing exciting here. Jan. 19 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There are 3 remixes or Sour Times on this CD. 2 of them (tracks 2 and 6) are barely different from the original but aren't as good. Although they aren't _bad_ they just aren't very interesting. "Lot More" is the 3rd remix, and it is practically rap, its nothing like the Portishead we are used to. (I can't stand that track).
"Tribute..." Is really pretty good, its a 7 minute long jazz/blues piece (no singing) followed by a few second of silence followed by a 4 minute blues-y remix of another song from Dummy. This is easily the best track on the single.
"Theme..." looked very promising since its from a movie... except they never sing on this track either. Its allright, its better than the Sour Times remixes, and I think it would make good theme music for a movie, but nothing much new happens in the piece, its a little dull. Not something you are going to listen to over and over.
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