Massive Attack were voted in Q Magazine's April 2012 issue for most destructive album recording sessions with Mezzanine. Photo of Massive Attack first published in the now defunct Details Magazine in June 1998, and which was taken by famed music photographer Anton Corbijn. Photo taken from the January 1999 issue of Q Magazine, where Massive Attack were interviewed about their fractious relationship whilst recording Mezzanine. Massive Attack's debut album, Blue Lines came out in April 1991, so you'll have to forgive me as I'm nearly 6 months behind on writing this post to mark its 25th anniversary.
Protection is the second studio album by English electronic music group Massive Attack, released on 26 September 1994 by Circa and Virgin Records. DJ Mad Professor remixed the album in 1995 under the name No Protection.
No Protection (Massive Attack album). No Protection is a 1995 dub remix of Massive Attack's second album Protection by the British dub producer Mad Professor. Mad Professor was contacted by Massive Attack after Protection was released to remix a song for a single. After the single was remixed, the band asked Mad Professor to listen to more of the album to explore the possibility of further remixes
Massive Attack are generally viewed as a standout amongst the best Bristol scene trip-jump groups ever. This Massive Attack discography is positioned from best to most exceedingly awful, so the top Massive Attack collections can be found at the highest priority on the rundown. To make it simple for you, we have excluded Massive Attack singles, EPs, or arrangements, so all that you see here should just be studio collections. If you're just starting out on Massive Attack, be sure to also investigate their label-mates Portishead. Their album "Dummy" is one of the greatest albums of the 90s. 4k views · View 5 Upvoters. Brian Losada, Manager and Hair Stylist (2016-present).
Robert Del Naja of Massive Attack, Adam Curtis & Mario Klingemann team up for an audio-visual masterpiece to break the nostalgia of the 21st century. Trapped in the algorithm of our own reflection Manuela Pacella.
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