Examining the Legacy of Massive Attack

Examining the Legacy of Massive Attack

During the 1990s heyday of British music, it could be difficult to argue anyone other than The Beatles as the most influential band in the country’s history, with groups like Oasis, Blur, and The Stones Roses happily carrying that particular torch. The current state of the UK music scene has far less to do with rock than it used to, and now more closely resembles the Bristol outfit’s complement of electronic pop with baselines born of the Jamaican influence in British dance music, making Massive Attack arguably as influential to this generation of British musicians than the fab four was to the last. The fact that one of its founding members is probably Banksy only adds to their enduring credibility.

Angel (Blur Remix)
Karacoma (Portishead Experience)
Five Man Army
(Exchange)
Weather Storm
Better Things feat. Tracey Thorn
Be Thankful For What You’ve Got
Any Love feat. Daddy Gee & Carlton
Interview Excerpt
Safe From Harm (Perfecto Mix)
Heat Miser
Teardrop feat. Elizabeth Fraser
Three
Protection (The Eno Remix)
Hymn of the Big Wheel (Nellee Hooper Mix)
Unfinished Sympathy

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