No Protection CD
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MASSIVE ATTACK V MAD PROFESSOR No Protection (1995 UK 8-track CD album which was the entire Protection album given a dub workout from the legendary Mad professor picture sleeve WBRCD3)
This is the studio work of London's prodigious dub godfather, Mad Professor, who takes Massive Attack's Protection album as raw material to create a completely new experience. Bits are added, dropped out, accentuated, run through sonic effects, drenched in reverb, turned inside out until the songs disappear and in their place emerge reborn textural soundscapes. No Protection gives a sort of discursive aural commentary on Protection's original songs, pointing out all the obscured details--the most minute percussive rings and beeps, the most mesmerising bass loops. --Roni Sarig
Top Customer Reviews
Dub originates from Jamaican producers in the 60s messing around with the instrumental track of popular reggae hits, often as B sides. The echo chamber often being the weapon of choice, this is what the Professor triumphs at and what he is best remembered for.
It drags you in and spits you out, enveloped in a gluey, sticky bass bubble, adhering you helpless to the sofa and unable to reach for the controls. What a way to go......
write up on all the tracks on the album...
I hope you like Electronic Synthesizer Reverb Echo Chamber type music.... if so..
Then this is for you... if you got the speakers for it and you can play this loud I Truly feel
sorry for your neighbours.... ?
I don't mind this kind of music I find it very impressive the way they put all the sounds together
Truly inspirational how they form all the melodies just great musicianship from just sounds
Brilliant peace of workmanship fantastic very impressive I must say I like this a lot...
I am going to give this five gold stars for the music content and for the album cover Brilliant
Now for good speakers look under DJ Speakers on AMAZON
the big blue ones flash in tune to the music ( click on photos )
TO AMAZON please print this review even thou its not music as you know it.....? Believe Me...
( ha ha ok who rang for the men in white coats ha ha )
The weakness with previous albums is that there are just a few tracks on each album that are really good, but with this collaboration with Massive Attack, every track is a small Masterpiece in itself.
Although it is a few years old, it still feels very fresh. Buy it and enjoy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great album,The Prof waves his magic hands over this album 5★s.Published 4 months ago by WestonSuperMare1968
I really feel i need to warn you this album is terrible. Very difficult to listen to, sounds like someone has done in their bedroom how it ever got published is beyond me. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Tom, Reading
What happens when you add one the most popular digital music acts in the uk and one the most prolific dub producers of the century together? pure awesomeness is what! Read morePublished on 16 Dec. 2011 by Matt
An incredibly trippy mix that includes some vibes from Protection but is basically just a mong out session. Read morePublished on 19 May 2010 by Person