Collected: The Best Of - Massive Attack Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - Ambient / Artist: Massive Attack / Limited Edition / Audio CD released 2006-03-27 at Virgin / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Safe From Harm 2 Karmacoma 3 Angel 4 Teardrop 5 Inertia Creeps 6 Protection 7 Butterfly Caught 8 Unfinished ... more
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Heligoland - Massive AttackA flourishing return from the trip-hop pioneers (443 words)
by cannibalwombat - written on 04/05/10, updated on 04/05/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
the soaring vocals of Unfinished Sympathy or who simply hope that there is sunshine in this album - turn back, you may be downheartened. If you want to be slapped in the face with electronic brilliance, press play. This album is organic and it is refreshing. I would challenge anyone to report genuinely that this album bores them. If you haven t before given M Massive Attack a chance, provided that your favourite band isn t Scouting For Girls, you may just be ashamed that you hadn t taken the time before. Behold trip-hop in all its ...
Collected - Massive AttackUnder attack! (249 words)
by benlepensive - written on 06/02/09 (Very useful, 24 readings)
Responsible for some of the most groundbreaking tracks in dance music in the last two decades, M Massive Attack turn in an album which gathers some of their biggest hits. Who are they: Breaking onto the UK music scene in the early nineties, the group fused dance beats with elements of hip hop and soul to great effect. They are respected in the dance field and more of an album based act than singles. On this album: Unfinished Sympathy is a haunting and melodic affair, with eerie vocals and a soulful beat to it, it is Radio One deejay Dave Pearce s favourite dance record of all time apparently. I like the stirring Teardrop which builds slowly and puts you ill at ...
Mezzanine: Limited Edition - Massive AttackMezzanine (285 words)
by Fatlad - written on 05/07/00, updated on 05/07/00 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Gone is the hip-hop feel, replaced with a more oppressive feel surrounds this the Bristol trio’s third album. Not surprising seeing as two of the band members weren’t talking to each other. Recorded in a similar style to the Beatles 1968 “White Album” it saw the group working on songs individually. They also took a more natural approach to recording, utilising musicians, rather than samples to create the songs. Starting off with a deep rumbling bass, the drums fades in and ticker along until the guitar comes in. it has a dark, oppressive, heavy feel. It captures a lot of tension. This opener “Angel” is as good an opener you could wish for. It ...
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