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    Massive Attack

    Almost seven years after their full studio album, 2003's 100th Window, trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack are ready to release more dubby darkness into the world. Their fifth full-length, Heligoland, is out February 9 via Virgin in the U.S. (February 8 in the UK). (Heligoland is "a small German archipelago in the North Sea," according to our friends at Wikipedia.)

    The album features an enviable list of vocal contributors: Damon Albarn, TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe, Elbow's Guy Garvey, Martina Topley-Bird, Hope Sandoval, and Horace Andy. Albarn also plays bass on the track "Flat of the Blade". The Adebimpe-featuring track "Pray for Rain" and the Andy-featuring "Splitting the Atom" were both featured on the recent Splitting the Atom EP.

    The Bristol duo also tapped Portishead's Adrian Utley to play guitar on a track, and DFA's Tim Goldsworthy contributed here and there. As previously reported, a Heligoland remix album by none other than Burial is in the works as well.

    Heligoland's ten tracks are listed in order below:

    Heligoland:

    01 Pray for Rain [ft.Tunde Adebimpe]
    02 Babel [ft. Martina Topley-Bird]
    03 Splitting The Atom [ft. Robert del Naja, Grant Marshall, and Horace Andy]
    04 Girl I Love You [ft. Horace Andy]
    05 Psyche [ft. Martina Topley-Bird]
    06 Flat of the Blade [ft. Guy Garvey]
    07 Paradise Circus [ft. Hope Sandoval]
    08 Rush Minute [ft. Robert del Naja]
    09 Saturday Come Slow [ft. Damon Albarn]
    10 Atlas Air [ft. Robert del Naja]

    http://pitchfork.com/news/37204-mass...nce-new-album/


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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMtWzDy_yd8[/ame]

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    Re: Massive Attack

    Quote Originally Posted by miaedu View Post
    Almost seven years after their full studio album, 2003's 100th Window, trip-hop pioneers Massive Attack are ready to release more dubby darkness into the world. Their fifth full-length, Heligoland, is out February 9 via Virgin in the U.S. (February 8 in the UK).
    Good news

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    I love massive attack.

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    Sweet! This news right on the heals of Portishead announcing a new album, too! Hooray for remixes!
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    Re: Massive Attack

    there i got all excited went to last.fm to check out some of the new tracks .. disappointed to find none .. check this thread again .. just to realize it's not out yet .. grr
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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=93UelQGyKs8[/ame]

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    It's going to bee a long wait

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    Quote Originally Posted by geloge View Post
    It's going to bee a long wait
    only if you wait for the "official" release.

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    Paradise Circus [ft. Hope Sandoval]

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEgX64n3T7g[/ame]

    Leaked yesterday.

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    Massive Attack has a long journey to become relevant to twenty ten.

    This video/release doesn't make the distance.

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    Re: Massive Attack

    I got the "Splitting the Atom" single awhile back, and it literally made zero impression on me. I'm well aware that some of their songs are "growers" ("Tear Drop" took several plays before it clicked with me), so I gave it several listens. Nothing. There's nothing blatantly WRONG with it, other than the fact that it really didn't take hold.

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    Re: Massive Attack

    I only like one song by them, Teardrop and not because it's the theme song for House, but for the sampling of Les McCann's Sometimes I Cry.

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    Re: Massive Attack

    Lost track of them back in the 90's (Protection with Tracy Thorn). Are they still trip hop?
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    Re: Massive Attack

    Two songs of theirs just transport me right back in my mind to the time of my life that I first heard them:

    'Protection' - It was 1995 and I had just started properly listening to music, the year after I left school.



    'Teardrop' - It was 1998 and I was in my last year of college, and not really making plans for my life.



    Not only that, both videos are completely original and innovative.

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    Massive Attack have released the Tim Goldsworthy remix to their latest single, "Pray For Rain" featuring TV on The Radio frontman, Tunde Adebimpe.

    The remix offers a layer of pulsating rhythms with an undertone of tribal beats. But when the synths kick in, it's cadence is similar to the trickle of raindrops on your window sill.

    Massive Attack's highly anticipated new record, Heligoland, drops February 9th via Virgin Records.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rp6YBXAHavA[/ame]

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    With less than a week till Heligoland hits the masses, Massive Attack are rewarding fans for their patience with the Heligoland Remix EP. Exclusively streaming on the band's Facebook Fan page, the EP features remixes by Gui Boratto, Breakage, Tim Goldsworthy, She Is Danger, Ryuichi Sakamoto & Yukihiro Takahashi.

    Become a fan and get in the know!

    Track List:
    Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto Remix)
    Pray For Rain (Tim Goldsworthy Remix)
    Fatalism (Ryuichi Sakamoto & Yukihiro Takahashi Remix)
    Girl I Love You (She Is Danger Remix)
    Paradise Circus (Breakage's Tight Rope Remix)
    Paradise Circus (Gui Boratto Dub)

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NoFY8mc0OA[/ame]

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    Throughout the '90s, "trip-hop" was the best anyone could do to describe Massive Attack and the head-nodding family of talents it inspired, like Portishead and Tricky. But following the recent paths of those acts, Massive Attack's first effort in seven years pushes farther beyond its comfort zone. New album "Heligoland" pulls in guitars, pianos and more singers than MCs, often settling into a sound that's purposefully lo-fi. But the production duo of Robert Del Naja (3D) and Grand Marshall (Daddy G) hasn't lost its cinematic scope. The track "Paradise Circus" (featuring '90s ingénue Hope Sandoval) builds from hand claps and keyboards into a swell of sampled strings, while the shuffling drum pads on "Pray for Rain" (with TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe) provide the tense background for a down-the-rabbit-hole bridge with club-trance keys. It still warms the blood to hear those trip-hop synths roll on the slow-burning "Flat of the Blade" (with some acid loops thrown in for good measure), but Massive Attack's arsenal has expanded and the resulting onslaught is nothing short of brilliant.-Kerri Mason

    http://www.billboard.com/#/new-relea...04065556.story

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    http://massiveattack.com/

    Massive Attack is less a band than a cloud of free-floating anxiety. Its members, Robert Del Naja (or 3D) and Grant Marshall (Daddy G), are pioneers of the trip-hop that emerged from clubs in Bristol, England, in the late 1980s. (A third founder, Andy Vowles, a k a Mushroom, left in 1999.)

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/08/ar...html?ref=music

    Massive Attack worked like a reggae sound system and production team, collaborating with singers. The Bristol sound, from Massive Attack and associates like Soul II Soul and Tricky, was cavernous, shadowy and foreboding — not party music, but a premonition of the burned-out, dread-infused morning after. “Fish like little silver knives/Make the cuts on my inside,” Mr. Del Naja sings in “Atlas Air,” on its new album.

    But Massive Attack evades trip-hop basics for most of the new “Heligoland,” its first studio album since 2003. (The title recalls a German archipelago in the North Sea.) The group has largely sworn off deep bass, making for its crispest, most transparent productions but losing a lot of atmospheric murk. Its sound is also less personalized than ever. Various tracks might be mistaken for Radiohead, Nine Inch Nails or TV on the Radio (with Tunde Adebimpe from that band taking lead vocals on the opening song, “Pray for Rain”).

    What unites “Heligoland” is Massive Attack’s love of repetition, its way of transforming arrangements near the end of a song and its somber attitude about love and world affairs alike. Mr. Marshall’s deep voice talk-sings through the bitter “Splitting the Atom,” with observations like “The jobless return/the bankers have bailed”; unfortunately, it’s set to a mechanized music-hall beat that’s merely drab.

    Guests draw more out of Massive Attack. The reggae singer Horace Andy, a regular with the band, croons about thwarted romance in “Girl I Love You” between an insistent double-time bass line and a wasp’s nest of horns. For Damon Albarn, from Blur, Massive Attack constructs a ravaged version of Britpop grandeur (via Radiohead) in “Saturday Come Slow” as he muses, “Do you love me?/Is there nothing there?”

    “Flat of the Blade,” featuring Guy Garvey of Elbow, has looping, ratcheting electronics, hints of a dance beat, hummed vocal overdubs and a brass ensemble; it could be a Bjork production of Robert Wyatt. Martina Topley Bird, who sang with Tricky, appears in “Babel,” a skeletal rocker, and “Psyche,” with hypnotic arpeggios bouncing between stereo channels. Hope Sandoval, from Mazzy Star, whispers about love and sin in “Paradise Circus,” as the track evolves from minimal vibraphone and piano chords through a reggae vamp to a string-laden elegy.

    “Heligoland” comes across as an anthology rather than an album. It’s a dour collection of concepts and strategies — some successful — as Massive Attack ponders what to do after trip-hop.

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    I've been listening to this album over the weekend. It's better than I expected, given the reviews. Some of the tracks are uninspiring and the Guy Garvey tune is just annoying - what a waste of his amazing voice.

    It’s a dour collection of concepts and strategies — some successful — as Massive Attack ponders what to do after trip-hop.
    February 8th, 2010 02:04 PM
    I agree with that assessment. I hope they follow up quickly with some new material. Portishead did a much better job of re-inventing their sound with "Third."

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CSO_d1svtfU[/ame]

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kK-m_gVcUZ8[/ame]

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    ^Wow...I never dreamed I would see Martina Topley-Bird perform Teardrop. She's brilliant! I love this as much as Liz Fraser's version.

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1RfMRRulJLQ[/ame]

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    Can Burial make Massive Attack relevant again?

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VisKkedFZjw&feature=share[/ame]

    On October 17, Inhale Gold and the Vinyl Factory will release a limited edition, two-track 12" collaboration between Massive Attack and Burial. One of the cuts, "Paradise Circus", is a rework of a track off Massive Attack's 2010 LP Heligoland, and the second, "Four Walls", is a brand new recording. Both tracks are about 12 minutes long. Listen to "Four Walls" above.

    Only 1000 copies of the 12" will be made, and they are packaged in gold glitter screen-printed sleeves designed by Massive Attack's Robert "3D" Del Naja. The 12" can be ordered from Massive Attack's website.

    http://massiveattack.com/blog/2011/1...td-edition-12/

    http://www.vfeditions.com/product/view/43

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    massive attack vs burial 'four walls'

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VisKkedFZjw&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

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    Massive Attack vs Burial - Paradise Circus

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N701JYnjaMs&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

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    3D (Massive Attack) - Vermona (demo)

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mpjrvKeh7Cg[/ame]

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    Occupy London: video interview with Radiohead’s Thom Yorke and Massive Attack’s Robert ’3D’ Del Naja; Call for all to get involved in Occupy

    http://occupylsx.org/?p=2240

    Occupy London's Xmas Party with 3D and Thom Yorke

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD4uSNhqAeo&feature=player_embedded[/ame]

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    BATTLE BOX 002 - 3D ON JUPITER

    Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja's second release on his Battle Box label is a heavy, electronic collaboration with Congolese musician Jupiter, the pair having met on an Afrika Express adventure in 2012.

    Released on October 17 by The Vinyl Factory as a limited hand-numbered pressing of 300 with exclusive sleeve artwork by Paul Insect. Available from VF Editions


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    A special one off performance by Massive Attack of their classic track, Unfinished Sympathy, held in Paris, France on the night of the 25th February 2014. The performance was for the lingerie fashion show "ETAM" - a kick off for the annual Paris fashion week.


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    Massive Attack - Sly



    Adesse Versions - Sly


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    Love Massive Attack. Eurochild is amazing.

    Last edited by CharlieMars; June 20th, 2015 at 06:49 AM.

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