Massive Attack 100th Window Free !FULL! Download
Packaging: Slimline Cardboard SleeveNotes: This sampler disc of Massive Attack's career thus far, entitled Pieces, was given away free with purchases of 100th Window in certain record shops in Canada. The image on the disc itelf is that of the shards of the glass man breaking apart. It is almost identical to the USA version except this disc contains copy protection and has a label telling of such on the back cover.
Massive Attack 100th Window Free Download
Packaging: Slimline Plastic SleeveNotes: This sampler disc of Massive Attack's career thus far, entitled Pieces, was given away free with purchases of 100th Window in certain record shops in New Zealand. It is also the only release of Massive Attack that was produced just for New Zealand. The image on the disc itelf is that of the shards of the glass man breaking apart.
Massive Attack, the iconic UK electronica group from the early nineties, was behind the soundtrack for the film, which marks the first time they provided a score for a film. Massive Attack has been out of the limelight for seven years; the first two Massive attack albums in the early nineties were nothing short of brilliant. "Blue Lines" and "Protection" both helped to exemplify the trip-hop/electronica movement that was sweeping through the UK and the US. Massive Attack at that time consisted of Robert Del Naja, Neil Davidge and, of course, Tricky, the group's most famous member. When Tricky left Massive Attack in the early/mid nineties to go solo, its sound changed; it got harder and more industrial. "Mezzanine" in 1998 was the last quality album from the group, because 2002's 100th Window" lacked any of the hooks or depth of its predecessors and was a commercial and critical flop.