Morcheeba - Discography (1996-2010) 11
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Morcheeba: A Trip-Hop Journey from 1996 to 2010
Morcheeba is a British electronic band that emerged in the mid-1990s with a distinctive blend of trip-hop, rock, folk-rock and downtempo influences. The band consists of vocalist Skye Edwards and brothers Paul and Ross Godfrey, who play various instruments and produce the music. Morcheeba has released ten studio albums so far, two of which reached the UK top ten. In this article, we will explore their discography from 1996 to 2010, highlighting their musical evolution and achievements.
Who Can You Trust? (1996)
The debut album of Morcheeba was released in 1996 by Indochina Records. It introduced their signature sound of laid-back beats, atmospheric keyboards, guitar riffs and soulful vocals. The album received positive reviews from critics and fans, who praised its originality and diversity. The album spawned four singles: "Trigger Hippie", "Tape Loop", "Never an Easy Way" and "Howling". The album title was inspired by a graffiti tag that Ross saw in London.
Big Calm (1998)
The second album of Morcheeba was released in 1998 by Sire Records. It marked a departure from their previous sound, incorporating more elements of rock, pop and reggae. The album was a commercial success, reaching number 18 on the UK Albums Chart and number 141 on the US Billboard 200. The album featured guest appearances from rapper Biz Markie and singer-songwriter Lambchop. The album spawned five singles: "The Sea", "Blindfold", "Let Me See", "Shoulder Holster" and "Part of the Process". The album title was inspired by a phrase that Skye used to describe her state of mind.
Fragments of Freedom (2000)
The third album of Morcheeba was released in 2000 by EastWest Records. It continued their musical experimentation, adding more influences from funk, disco and hip-hop. The album was also a commercial success, reaching number six on the UK Albums Chart and number 46 on the US Billboard 200. The album featured guest appearances from rapper Slick Rick and singer Bahamadia. The album spawned four singles: "Rome Wasn't Built in a Day", "Be Yourself", "World Looking In" and "Otherwise". The album title was inspired by a quote from Martin Luther King Jr.
The fourth album of Morcheeba was released in 2002 by EastWest Records. It returned to their roots of trip-hop and downtempo, while also incorporating more elements of world music and folk. The album was named after a South American string instrument that Ross played on some tracks. The album received mixed reviews from critics, who praised its diversity but criticized its lack of coherence. The album spawned four singles: "Otherwise", "Way Beyond", "Undress Me Now" and "What New York Couples Fight About". The latter featured a guest appearance from singer Kurt Wagner.
The Antidote (2005)
The fifth album of Morcheeba was released in 2005 by Echo Records. It marked a major change in their lineup, as Skye Edwards left the band due to creative differences and was replaced by Daisy Martey, formerly of the band Noonday Underground. The album also featured a new musical direction, leaning more towards psychedelic rock and pop. The album received mixed reviews from critics and fans, who praised its energy but missed Skye's vocals. The album spawned three singles: "Wonders Never Cease", "Lighten Up" and "Everybody Loves a Loser".
Dive Deep (2008)
The sixth album of Morcheeba was released in 2008 by Echo Records. It marked another change in their lineup, as Daisy Martey left the band after one album and was replaced by various guest vocalists, including Judie Tzuke, Thomas Dybdahl, Manda Zamolo and Bradley Burgess. The album also featured a return to their original sound of trip-hop and downtempo, while also exploring new genres such as blues and aa16f39245