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  1. "Unfinished Sympathy" is a song by English trip hop group Massive Attack, released under the temporary group name Massive. It was written by the three band members Robert "3D" Del Naja, Andrew "Mushroom" Vowles and Grant "Daddy G" Marshall, the song's vocalist Shara Nelson and the group's co-producer Jonathan "Jonny Dollar" changotesupilontinatoliwhitda.coinfo song was released as the second single from .
  2. Their début album, Blue Lines was released in , with the single "Unfinished Sympathy" reaching the charts and later being voted the 10th greatest song of all time in a poll by The Guardian. 's Mezzanine, containing "Teardrop", and 's th Window charted in the UK at number 1.
  3. Label: Virgin - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Indonesia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Leftfield, Trip Hop, Downtempo Massive Attack - th Window (, Cassette) | Discogs Explore5/5(3).
  4. Future Proof was the first song produced in January and it succeeded in getting the ball rolling for the rest of the songs that would eventually make up th Window. The majority of the track was recorded over the span of just two days.
  5. th Window Wikipedia article Album by Massive Attack. Future Proof What Your Soul Sings (featuring Sinéad O'Connor) Everywhen (featuring Horace Andy) Special Cases (featuring Sinéad O'Connor) Butterfly Caught A Prayer For England (featuring Sinéad O'Connor) Small Time Shot Away Name Taken (featuring Horace Andy) Antistar External links Amazon: buy th Window changotesupilontinatoliwhitda.coinfo: .
  6. th Window is the fourth studio album by English electronic music group Massive Attack, released on 10 February by Virgin changotesupilontinatoliwhitda.coinfo the group's original core line-up, the album only features Robert Del Naja; Andrew Vowles departed shortly after the release of the group's previous album Mezzanine (), and Grant Marshall refused to participate in the making of the record.
  7. Feb 06,  · A similar approach paid off on Massive Attack's album Mezzanine, whose bleak, paranoid worldview set the band apart from their trip-hop imitators. But th Window.

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