|1||Sour Times (Sheared Times)||4:18|
|2||Sour Times (Lot More)||4:23|
|3||Sour Times (Sour Sour Times)||4:08|
|4||Sour Times (Airbus Reconstruction)|
Remix – Airbus
|GODX 116, 857 613 - 1||Portishead||Sour Times (12")||Go! Beat, Go! Beat||GODX 116, 857 613 - 1||UK & Europe||1994|
|GODCD 116, 857 613-2||Portishead||Sour Times (CD, Single, RE)||Go! Beat, Go! Beat||GODCD 116, 857 613-2||UK & Europe||1995|
|none||Portishead||Sour Times (Nobody Loves Me) / To Kill A Dead Man (VHS, Single, Promo, NTSC)||London Records, Go! Discs, Island Records||none||US||1994|
|857 615-2||Portishead||Sour Times (CD, Single)||Go! Beat||857 615-2||UK & Europe||1994|
|none||Portishead||Sourtimes (VHS)||London Records||none||US||Unknown|
- Engineer – Dave McDonald (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Photography [Postcard] – Mike Dorrian
- Photography By [Postcard] – Mark McNulty
- Producer – A Utley (tracks: 1 to 4), Portishead (tracks: 1 to 4)
- Written-By – A Utley, B Gibbons, G Barrow
Issued in a cardboard sleeve.
Track 3 features a sample from "Butt In The Meantime" by Black Sheep.
Marketed in Australasia by PolyGram under exclusive license.
Made in Australia.
Catalog number 857 613 - 2 appears on sleeve.
Catalog number 8576132 appears on disc.
- Barcode: 0 42285 76132 0
- Marketed By – PolyGram
Текст песни: To pretend no one can find The fallacies of morning rose Forbidden fruit, hidden eyes Courtesies that I despise in me. Sour Times is a song by English trip hop group Portishead, from their debut album Dummy. It was written by all three members of the band. It was released by Go Beat Records in 1994 as a CD single, accompanied by three bonus tracks: It's a Fire, Pedestal, and Theme from 'To Kill a Dead Man'. The song uses a sample from Argentine composer Lalo Schifrin's Danube Incident, from the 1967 album More Mission: Impossible. Portishead speeded up the sample to a desired tempo which took Schifrin's. 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, the video for Sour Times from Portishead's Dummy for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Sour Times isn't exactly the feature single from Portishead's first album, Dummy, but it might as well be. It's the one whose video samples scenes from their short film To Kill a Dead Man, whose images also make up the cover for the Dummy album. Let's start with To Kill A Dead Man. It's a short film included on the bonus section of the 2002 DVD version of Portishead's Roseland NYC Live. We'd be hard-pressed to describe it, beyond saying it's a film-noir assassination story, sort of like if David Lynch made spy movies. See it here. Sour Times. Portishead - Sour Times 1994. To favorites 3 Download album. Listen album. Trip-Hop Downtempo. Songs in album Portishead - Sour Times 1994. Portishead - Sour Times. Portishead - Sour Sour Times. Portishead - Lot More. Portishead - Sheared Times. Portishead - Airbus Reconstruction. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and formats Album CD CD Album CD Single CD Maxi Vinyl records LP 7 inchs 7 inchs SP 7 inchs EP 12 inchs 78 rpm 10 inchs DVD VHS Cassette Clothing T-Shirt Others. Featured items. Portishead sour times. 13 results found. Filters : Items on sale Mint Sellers Professional sellers Private sellers. Sour Times is a song by English trip hop group Portishead, released as their second single in August 1994. Written by all three members of the band, Sour Times features on Portisheads debut album Dummy 1994. The original 1994 release initially reached only number 57 in the UK, but after the success of Glory Box in 1995, it was re-released and peaked at number 13 on the UK singles chart in April. It is also the bands only song to date to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, at number 53. It was released as the second single from the album in August 1994. YouTube Encyclopedic. Sour Times was the band's first entry on the Australian ARIA top 100 singles chart, peaking at number 66 in March 1995. The B-side track Airbus Reconstruction was actually recorded by the band Airbus, who were former school friends of Geoff Barrow. Sour Times was covered by Bryn Christopher on his album My World