It is very hard to pigeon hole this album, not really hip-hop, certainly not dance, pretty much unique in the contrast of the tracks, which to me encapsulates Massive Attack's approach. If you have a good cd player this album will bring it alive. With powerful engaging bass lines, smooth vocals, this has a much harder edge than Blue Lines, with a touch of Portishead thrown in. Moody and Atmospheric, this album is not background music and your mum will probably not like it, but for me this album will not be bettered for a decade. If your into your wacki backi, this album will be more welcome than a tube of Pringles.
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