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Artist: Massive Attack
Suggested Track: Teardrop

Love, love is a verb
Love is a doing word
Fearless on my breath
Gentle impulsion
Shakes me, makes me lighter
Fearless on my breath

Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my breath

Night, night of matter
Black flowers blossom
Fearless on my breath
Black flowers blossom
Fearless on my breath

Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my

Water is my eye
Most faithful mirror
Fearless on my breath
Teardrop on the fire
Of a confession
Fearless on my breath
Most faithful mirror
Fearless on my breath

Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my breath

You're stumbling in the dark
You're stumbling in the dark
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Massive Attack
Massive Attack are an English electronic group formed in 1988 in Bristol, consisting of Robert “3D” Del Naja, Grant “Daddy G” Marshall and formerly Andy “Mushroom” Vowles. The
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Initially intended to be the first single from Nicki’s debut album, later replaced by Your Love, Massive Attack failed to appeal radio audiences but remains a milestone in Nicki’s
Massive Attack – Teardrop
Written in 1998, “Teardrop” is arguably one of Massive Attack’s most popular singles, reaching number 10 on the UK Singles Chart. It features vocals by Elizabeth Fraser of the
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Angel is the opening track of Massive Attack’s third album Mezzanine. It samples “Lost Bongo in Belgium” by The Incredible Bongo Band. Originally, Angel was intended to be a
Massive Attack – Mezzanine
The title track from the album Mezzanine, went through many changes (roughly about five different variations that differed majorly from each other, none of which have ever been
Massive Attack – Risingson
The second song (and first single) on the classic Mezzanine, talks about Bristol’s club scene at the time. Risingson ended up being the first completed song from Mezzanine and was
Massive Attack – Black Milk
“Black Milk” was the second Elizabeth Fraser song to be conceived after “Teardrop” during the Mezzanine recording sessions at a studio in Cornwall that occurred throughout 1997. It
Massive Attack – Inertia Creeps
Massive Attack’s “sex song” is, in a strange twist of fate, about 3D’s relationship (which had ended at the time). A proto-version of “Inertia Creeps” was originally written by
Massive Attack – (Exchange)
There are two versions of this song: “Exchange”, which is instrumental, and “(Exchange)”, which has vocals by Horace Andy. “Exchange” is perhaps the song that most obviously
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The title track from the band’s second album, “Protection” is a collaboration between Massive Attack and Tracey Thorn, the lead singer of British duo Everything But the Girl.
Massive Attack – Unfinished Sympathy
“Unfinished Sympathy” was the second release from Massive Attack’s debut album, Blue Lines. Becoming a top 20 hit in the UK, “Unfinished Sympathy” is considered a highly
Massive Attack – Antistar
Probably the main inspiration behind the lyrical content of “Antistar,” came from 3D’s favorite book at the time, Geek Love by Katherine Dunn, which is a damning portrayal of the
Massive Attack – Daydreaming
Quite probably the the first song produced for Blue Lines, “Daydreaming” was a product mostly of 3D and Tricky coalescing their lyrical ideas together on such things as house
Massive Attack – Dissolved Girl
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Massive Attack (Ft. Hope Sandoval) – The Spoils
Massive Attack joins up with Mazzy Star singer Hope Sandoval for this exploration of anxious love. On August 9, 2016, they released a captivating video starring Cate Blanchett. It
Massive Attack – Group Four
The longest track of Mezzanine, 3D mentions in an interview that “Group Four” is “an operatic, building, changing track,” closing the album. In that same interview, recorded with
Massive Attack (Ft. Hope Sandoval) – Paradise Circus
“Paradise Circus” was the first single of the 2010 Album Heligoland. Its poetic-sounding title refers, rather unpoetically, to a roundabout in central Birmingham. The song is well
Massive Attack – Lately
[Verse 1] / Summertime always gives me the blues / Thinking about the things we used to do / Watching lovers in the park making love so free / And now I realize there's only me / [
Massive Attack – Man Next Door
More than likely, “Man Next Door” is a product mostly of Daddy G’s desire to do a reggae cover. The reggae cover ended up being Jamaican reggae singer’s John Holt’s “I’ve Got To
Massive Attack (Ft. Ghostpoet) – Come Near Me
[Chorus: Ghostpoet] / We've been here before, don't fear me / Don't stand by the door, come near me / We've been here before, don't fear me / Don't stand by the door, come near me
Massive Attack (Ft. Tricky) – Take It There
All evidence points to “Take It There” being originally conceived in the Summer of 2012, when Massive Attack first went to Tricky’s studio in Paris, which they posted about on
Massive Attack – Reflection
At the midpoint during the 1998 tour, there was a seven week rest period, were Massive Attack could recuperate for the second leg of the 1998 tour. While Daddy G and Mushroom
Massive Attack (Ft. Young Fathers) – Voodoo in My Blood
“Voodoo in My Blood” is the third track of the Extended Play Ritual Spirit by the English trip hop group Massive Attack, released on January 28, 2016 under the label Virgin Records
Massive Attack – Black Melt
You're not my eater / I'm not your food / Love you for God / Love you for the Mother / Eat me / In the space / Within my heart / Love you for God / Love you for the Mother / Mother
Massive Attack – Joy Luck Club
It's here, it's here / It's here (i don't see [god/you/y'all/all]?) / Its here it's here (follow) / It's here (follow) / Holy here-ahhaah (i don't see all) / Holy healer / Keep up
Massive Attack (Ft. Yasiin Bey) – I Against I
[Chorus] / I-ya / I against I / Flesh of my flesh / And mind of my mind / Two of a kind but one won't survive / My images reflect in the enemy's eye / And his images reflect in
Massive Attack – Sly
Sly was the combination of Craig Armstrong’s strings combined with Nicolette’s unique sensual vocals. Massive Attack had chosen Nicolette to appear on the album Protection after
Massive Attack (Ft. Horace Andy) – Splitting the Atom
Splitting The Atom was the product of Massive Attack going into Damon Albarn’s London studio for a period of roughly two weeks in late 2008, in an attempt to finish the fifth
Massive Attack – Wire
The director of film Welcome To Sarajevo, Michael Winterbottom specially commissioned Massive Attack to contribute to the soundtrack to the film while he was lensing the picture
Massive Attack (Ft. Martina Topley-Bird) – Psyche
“Psyche” was constructed around a looping sample that 3D took from scratching a CD containing classical music and then recording the seemingly random jumps and skips when trying to
Massive Attack – Rush Minute
Track 8 on Heligoland, “Rush Minute” is one of only two songs on the record without a guest vocalist. Vocals are performed by Robert “3D” Del Naja. The lyrics of “Rush Minute
Massive Attack (Ft. Sinéad O'Connor) – Special Cases
“Special Cases” was probably the easiest and quickest song recorded for 100th Window. In terms of message it was quite simple and direct, about looking and observing the fragility
Massive Attack – Five Man Army
Five Man Army more than any other Massive Attack recalls the heydays of The Wild Bunch with lyrics referencing The Wild Bunch’s live stint in Japan, turntable’s and mixer boards
Massive Attack (Ft. Terry Callier) – Live with Me
“Live With Me” was among the first slew of tracks conceived in the newly constructed Massive Attack studio in Bristol in 2005. Coming off the back of making two separate soundtrack
Massive Attack – Better Things
[Verse 1] / Don't drag me down just because you're down / Just cause you're blue don't make me too / And though you've found you need more than me / Don't talk to me about being
Massive Attack – Butterfly Caught
Released on 16th June 2003 as the second single from 100th Window, the track features vocals from Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja. The cryptic lyrics cover the topic of fake friends, and
Massive Attack – Blue Lines
[Verse 1: Tricky, 3D, & Daddy G] / Can't be with the one you love? Then love the one you're with / Spliff in the ashtray, red stripe, I pull the lid / Her touch tickles, especially
Massive Attack – Be Thankful for What You’ve Got
“Be Thankful for What You’ve Got” is Massive Attack’s cover of of the 1974 William DeVaughn soul hit of (almost) the same name. Lyrical annotations can be found at DeVaughn’s song
Massive Attack – Three
[Verse 1: Nicolette] / Three's my lucky number / And fortune comes in threes / But wish I knew that number / That even little children seem to see / [Chorus: Nicolette] / Oh, I'm
Massive Attack (Ft. Horace Andy) – Everywhen
Horace Andy recorded his vocals for “Everywhen” during March 2002. 3D was also determined to write a track for Horace Andy completely without the use of samples or relying on cover
Massive Attack – Safe from Harm
The third single from Massive Attack’s debut album, “Safe from Harm” was one of the first songs recorded in the initial sessions for the record, and the first song on which the
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Massive Attack Lyrics · Safe From Harm · One Love · Blue Lines · Be Thankful For What You've Got · Five Man Army · Unfinished Sympathy · Daydreaming · Lately.
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Nicki Minaj Lyrics ... It's Barbie, bitches! ... Yeah, see it then you lick your tongue (ha ha!) ... We sh-sh-shut it (down!) like the club got glitches, dig it? ... So ...
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Collected by Massive Attack
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Heligoland by Massive Attack
Feb 8, 2010 ... Heligoland Tracklist · Pray For Rain (Ft. Tunde Adebimpe) Lyrics · Babel (Ft. Martina Topley-Bird) Lyrics · Splitting the Atom (Ft. Horace Andy) ...
Mezzanine by Massive Attack
Tricky had split and three years had passed since Massive Attack’s last proper album, but Mezzanine returned the Bristol collective to prominence. Cocteau Twins' Elizabeth Fraser
100th Window by Massive Attack
100th Window is the 4th studio album by Massive Attack, 5 years after they’re last album ‘Mezzanine’, an album that was hugely successful
Blue Lines by Massive Attack
Massive Attack’s debut album, Blue Lines, is generally considered the first trip hop album, although the term was not widely used before 1994.
Eutopia [EP] by Massive Attack
“Eutopia – EP” is the title of the upcoming Extended play from the British Trip-hop band Massive Attack, consisting of 3D and Daddy G. The 3 cover art pictures, featuring the
Protection by Massive Attack
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