Angels with Dirty Faces
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Top Customer Reviews
It has taken something like eight years for me to appreciate this album properly. There are no choruses or radio friendly bits like the first two albums. This is (or at least was) really experimental post-trip-hop-jazz. If Mezzanine was the album that brought Massive Attack to the attention of pop and rock fans (and thus the world) then Tricky did exactly the opposite with this. Martina still sounds lovely but there's nothing for her to harmonize with. Tricky doesn't rap so much as mutter like a scary crazy man. Beats are either headache inducing glitch, or barely rhythmic skitters. I might not be selling it to you, but it makes sense. After eight years.
And I think the reason I came round was because of all that urban/ two-step/ grime that has sneeked onto radio. You can hear a lot of the things Tricky does here on Sugababes ballards and Dizzee Rascal tracks. Not to mention the production on the new Kano album.
After this album, the boy lost his way slightly. Although Juxtpose does continue to create modern british hip-hop. Remember Tricky is your Christ forever and ever.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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