Edgy Trip Hop Recommendations

New to the genre. Can someone provide some recommendations? I've come up with some things I like (Thievery Corp.) by virtue of listening to Pandora but I'm sure there is a lot mroe out there.
Can't stand the genre myself, but Burial is highly regarded by those who are into it.

Yhave you heard the Massive Attack and Tricky albums?

If not, checking those out is a must.
Sierra Nevada Pale Ale: very edgy with some nice hop flavor…
Dogfish Head 60 Minute IPA: very big hop, somewhat edgy…
Rocky Mountain IPA: even edge with good hop….
Dogfish Head 120 minute IPA: big hop, big edge, very trippy…
For a minute, I thought you were talking about rap music…..I know, I know – sorry to insult you!
Agree mass attack pioneered this genre both music and sound are stellar more beatbox but chem bros are a+
Portishead dummy
Portishead Dummy is the granddaddy if you do not already have it. Mr Scruff aint bad.
"Peace Orchestra".Has a Band Aid on the Cover.A Masterpiece..JD
triosk, hird, koop : newer stuff from scandinavia. also look at the whole ESL library (Thievery Corp's label). older japanese stuff: mondo grosso, united future organization. also check out stuff from UK dj giles peterson. cheers!
Also, check out the Ruby album "Salt Peter".
I second Portishead, Tricky and Massive Attack. I would add Morcheba who had at least a couple of great Trip Hop LPs. Check out "Trigger Hippie" by Morcheba.
Here are some of my favorites from someone who has listened to this stuff from the beginning:
Massive Attack-Mezzanine
Peace Orchestra-Peace Orchestra
Kruder & Dorfmeister-The K&D Sessions
The Sabres Of Paradise-Haunted Dancehall
DJ Shadow-Endtroducing
Mo' Wax Records stuff from 93-98 esp. those Headz comps
Luke Vibert-Big Soup
Wagon Christ-Throbbing Pouch
Nightmares On Wax-Smoker's Delight
DJ Krush-Strictly Turntablized
Depth Charge-Nine Deadly Venoms
DJ Food-Recipe For Disaster
Fila Brazillia
I like a new band out of the UK called Burial. Hard to find in vinyl but well worth seeking out. Has a very nocturnal feel to it, like driving around the inner city at 2:00 am in the morning. One of the better 2008 "finds" in my collection.

As already posted, Massive Attack's "Blue Lines" set the template for this music and Portishead's "Dummy" followed in its path. Both our essential CDs to have in your collection.

Nitin Sawhney has produced some nice mid decade work that also stands out. I especially like "Prophesy."
In addition to the above suggestions, I would also recommend Lamb, Hooverphonic, Olive, STS9, and my current favourite, The Cinematic Orchestra. Check out their recent album - Ma Fleur and also Every Day.
Gotan Project. Trip hop with a tango vibe, or vice versa. Some interesting music at times.
I second Kruder and Dorfmeister. You can also check out OM records out of SF. They have a lot of classic downtempo stuff going back many years, all of which is available on vinyl if that is your thing. You can also go to netmusique.com and check out their downtempo channel, you will get a lot of great artist recommendations from there.
Also see
Mr. Scruff
Federico Aubele
Purple Penguin
Sneaker Pimps
Dj Krush
Up Bustle and Out
Fila Brazilla
Desmond Williams
zero 7
Lots more out there but there are a lot of great suggestions in this thread,
Add Lemon Jelly to Emisers list
Kid Loco.

Another thumbs up for Lemon Jelly boys, their 'Lost Horizons' album is a must have in a cd collection.