massive attack - collected

massive attack - collected

I recently saw Massive Attack live, and they are still as good as ever. If you enjoy electronica, in particular trip hop, then this album is worthwhile.

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  • This has at least half of the cd thats single quality. She is doing just fine solo.

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  • MSTRKRFT's debut album.

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  • amazing music. i need not say more.

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  • When I first heard that this album included yodeling, I was puzzled but intrigued. And then when I listened to "Wind It Up", it all came together: the yodeling, the rapping, the killer beat. I didn't think it was possible, but ... When I first heard that this album included yodeling, I was puzzled but intrigued. And then when I listened to "Wind It Up", it all came together: the yodeling, the rapping, the killer beat. I didn't think it was possible, but I love this album even more than "Love Angel Music Baby". Although it will be a few years before I'll let my son listen to it.

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  • I don't know what's happened to my darling little (once curvaceous) Amy Winehouse, but her voice still does it for me.

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  • Royksopp will never win the Grammy, but that is because the people voting for it have no taste (except for all the people who voted for JT). This is one of the best albums anyone has produced in years and features the song "Rem... Royksopp will never win the Grammy, but that is because the people voting for it have no taste (except for all the people who voted for JT). This is one of the best albums anyone has produced in years and features the song "Remind Me," which you've probably seen in the Geico caveman ads.