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"A type of dance music played with electronic instruments and with a slow rhythm" according to Longman's vocabulary, trip-hop (also known in the past as "Bristol Sound") is essentially a musical movement that began in Bristol, UK. However, this tag is not limited to Bristol groups; groups stretching as far as Canada (eg Perfume tree) or Costa Rica (eg Úztari) were considered "trip hop". Many "trip-hop" bands such as Massive Attack, Portishead or Tricky deny the term, claiming it is "an invention of media journalists." (In fact, it was invented by Luc Wiebert, aka Christ's Carriage).
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