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  1. Thievery Corporation Washington, D.C. Thievery Corporation was formed in the summer of at Washington D.C.'s Eighteenth Street Lounge. Rob Garza and Lounge co-owner Eric Hilton were drawn together over their mutual love of club life, as well as dub, bossa nova and jazz records.
  2. Oct 31,  · Sykonee. Dub rhythms and lounge atmosphere is the name of the game on this soulful release. While some may prefer instrumental tracks such as "Indra" and "Air Batucada" over songs with lyrics like "Lebanese Blonde" or "So Com Voce" (or vice versa), Theivery Corporation's use of sublime percussion, jazzy instruments, /5().
  3. The second studio album from Rob Garza and Eric Hilton, The Mirror Conspiracy was release on April 2, and is one of the duo’s best-selling albums of the lounge, trip-hop, and chillout era. The track release features vocals by Brother Jack, LouLou Ghelichkhani, Pam Bricker, SEE-I, Bebel Gilberto.
  4. Like their debut album, Thievery Corporation's second, The Mirror Conspiracy, is a pleasant album of sublime mid-tempo trip-hop, reminiscent of easy listening groove music, and continually referencing the breezier, atmospheric side of Brazilian, Jamaican, French, and Indian forms.8/

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