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Massive Attack - Collected album download


Massive Attack





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4.7 ✱


Leftfield, Trip Hop, Downtempo



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Massive Attack - Collected album download

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Audio Disc:
CD1-1 Safe From Harm
Vocals – Robert Del Naja, Shara Nelson
CD1-2 Karmacoma
Vocals – Robert Del Naja, Tricky
CD1-3 Angel
Vocals – Horace Andy, Robert Del Naja
CD1-4 Teardrop
Vocals – Elizabeth Fraser
CD1-5 Inertia Creeps
Vocals – Robert Del Naja
CD1-6 Protection
Vocals – Tracey Thorn
CD1-7 Butterfly Caught
Arranged By [Strings] – Craig PruessVocals – Robert Del Naja
CD1-8 Unfinished Sympathy
Arranged By [Strings] – Wil MaloneVocals – Shara Nelson
CD1-9 Risingson
Vocals – Grant Marshall, Robert Del Naja
CD1-10 What Your Soul Sings
Arranged By [Strings] – Neil DavidgeVocals – Sinéad O'Connor
CD1-11 Future Proof
Vocals – Robert Del Naja
CD1-12 Five Man Army
Vocals – Horace Andy, Massive Attack
CD1-13 Sly
Arranged By [Strings] – Craig ArmstrongVocals – Nicolette
CD1-14 Live With Me
Arranged By [Strings] – Michael Jennings Vocals – Terry Callier
Dual Disc CD side:
CD2-1 False Flags
Drums – Damon ReeceKeyboards, Guitar – Neil DavidgeVocals, Scratches – Robert Del Naja
CD2-2 Incantations
Guitar – Angelo BruschiniVocals – Horace Andy
CD2-3 Silent Spring
Keyboards – Neil Davidge, Robert Del NajaVocals – Elizabeth Fraser
CD2-4 Bullet Boy
Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals – Neil DavidgeVocals, Sounds [Teardrops] – Robert Del Naja
CD2-5 Black Melt
Guitar – Alex Swift, Angelo Bruschini, Neil DavidgeKeyboards – Neil Davidge, Robert Del NajaVocals – Elizabeth Fraser
CD2-6 Joy Luck Club
Guitar – Neil DavidgeViolin – Louise JefferyVocals – Debbie Clare
CD2-7 Small Time Shoot 'Em Up
Backing Vocals – Damon AlbarnBass – Neil DavidgeDrums – Damon ReeceGuitar – Angelo BruschiniKeyboards – Alex Swift, Neil Davidge, Robert Del NajaVocals – Robert Del Naja
CD2-8 I Against I
Vocals – Mos Def
CD2-9 I Want You
Vocals – Madonna
CD2-10 Danny The Dog
Conductor [Strings], Strings [Scored By] – Craig PruessContractor [Orchestra Fixer] – Isobel GriffithsKeyboards – John Baggott, Neil DavidgeLeader [Orchestra Leader] – Gavyn WrightPiano, Strings [Additional Scoring] – Louise JefferyRecorded By [Strings] – Gary Thomas Violin – Stuart GordonVocals – Lorna Marshall
Dual Disc DVD side: The Videos
DVD-1 Daydreaming
Film Director [Directed By] – Baillie Walsh
DVD-2 Unfinished Sympathy
Film Director [Directed By] – Baillie Walsh
DVD-3 Safe From Harm
Film Director [Directed By] – Baillie Walsh
DVD-4 Be Thankful For What You've Got
Film Director [Directed By] – Baillie Walsh
DVD-5 Sly
Film Director [Directed By] – Stefan Sednaoui*
DVD-6 Protection
Film Director [Directed By] – Michel Gondry
DVD-7 Karmacoma
Film Director [Directed By] – Jonathan Glazer
DVD-8 Risingson
Film Director [Directed By] – Walter Stern
DVD-9 Teardrop
Film Director [Directed By] – Walter Stern
DVD-10 Angel
Film Director [Directed By] – Walter Stern
DVD-11 Inertia Creeps
Film Director [Directed By] – Wiz
DVD-12 Special Cases
Film Director [Directed By] – H5
DVD-13 Butterfly Caught
Film Director [Directed By] – Daniel Levi
DVD-14 Live With Me
Film Director [Directed By] – Jonathan Glazer
DVD-15 Live With Me (Alternative Version) 4:55
DVD-16 False Flags
Film Director [Directed By] – Paul Gore

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Virgin Records Ltd.
  • Made By –


  • Arranged By – Massive Attack (tracks: CD1-3 to CD1-5, CD1-9), Neil Davidge (tracks: CD1-3 to CD1-5, CD1-7, CD1-9 to CD1-11, CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-10), Robert Del Naja (tracks: CD1-7, CD1-10, CD1-11, CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-10)
  • Design, Art Direction – Robert Del Naja, Tom Hingston
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Euan Dickinson (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10)
  • Engineer [Mix] – Jeremy Allom (tracks: CD1-1, CD1-8, CD1-12), Mark "Spike" Stent* (tracks: CD1-2, CD1-6, CD1-13)
  • Film Producer [DVD Produced By] – Abbey Road Interactive
  • Management [Represented By] – Marc Picken
  • Mastered By – Tim Young (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10)
  • Mixed By – Head (tracks: CD1-14, CD2-5, CD2-7), Johnny Dollar* (tracks: CD1-1, CD1-8, CD1-12), Lee Shephard (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-4, CD2-6, CD2-8 to CD2-10), Mark "Spike" Stent* (tracks: CD1-3 to CD1-5, CD1-7, CD1-9 to CD1-11), Massive Attack (tracks: CD1-1, CD1-2, CD1-6, CD1-8, CD1-12, CD1-13), Nellee Hooper (tracks: CD1-2, CD1-6, CD1-13)
  • Photography By [Book] – David Hughes
  • Photography By [Front Cover] – Nick Knight
  • Producer – Johnny Dollar* (tracks: CD1-1, CD1-8, CD1-12), Massive Attack (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-6, CD1-8, CD1-9, CD1-12, CD1-13, CD2-9), Neil Davidge (tracks: CD1-3 to CD1-5, CD1-7, CD1-9 to CD1-11, CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-8, CD2-10), Nellee Hooper (tracks: CD1-2, CD1-6, CD1-13, CD2-9), Robert Del Naja (tracks: CD1-7, CD1-10, CD1-11, CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-8, CD2-10)
  • Programmed By – Alex Swift (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10), Dan Austin (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10), Neil Davidge (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10), Robert Del Naja (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10)
  • Recorded By – Lee Shephard (tracks: CD2-1 to CD2-10)
  • Remastered By [Remastering] – Mike Marsh (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-14)
  • Written-By – Adrian Thaws (tracks: CD1-2, CD1-12), Andrew Vowles (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-6, CD1-8, CD1-9, CD1-12, CD1-13, CD2-5), Billy Cobham (tracks: CD1-1), Claude Williams (tracks: CD1-12), Debbie Clare (tracks: CD2-6), Diana Ross (tracks: CD2-9), Elizabeth Fraser (tracks: CD1-4, CD2-3, CD2-5), Grant Marshall (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-6, CD1-8, CD1-9, CD1-12, CD1-13, CD2-2, CD2-5, CD2-7, CD2-8), Horace Hinds (tracks: CD1-3), Jonathan Sharp (tracks: CD1-8), Leon Ware (tracks: CD2-9), Lou Reed (tracks: CD1-9), Mos Def (tracks: CD2-8), Neil Davidge (tracks: CD1-7, CD1-10, CD1-11, CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-4, CD2-6 to CD2-8, CD2-10), Nellee Hooper (tracks: CD1-13), Nicolette Suwoton (tracks: CD1-13), Pete Seeger (tracks: CD1-9), Robert Del Naja (tracks: CD1-1 to CD1-14, CD2-1 to CD2-8, CD2-10), Robert Locke (tracks: CD1-2), Shara Nelson (tracks: CD1-1, CD1-8), Sinéad O'Connor (tracks: CD1-10), Terry Callier (tracks: CD1-14), Tim Norfolk (tracks: CD1-2), Tracey Thorn (tracks: CD1-6), Vivien Goldman (tracks: CD1-13)


Sticker: The Best of Massive Attack
Includes special DualDisc of new songs & rare material + all the videos.

Digipak comes in a hardback cover with a 24-page booklet.
Tracks CD1-7, CD1-11, CD1-12 are different remixed or edited versions that are exclusive to this release.

Unfinished Sympathy contains elements from Planetary Citizen written by Ralphe A. Armstrong.
Risingson contains a sample of 'I Found A Reason' (Reed/Seeger) as performed by The Velvet Underground.

Disc 1: Audio CD
Disc 2: DualDisc CD & DVD-Video

NTSC, All Region, DVD-5, Dolby Digital Stereo, Picture 4:3

Made in the EU, and distributed in various countries that use NTSC (e.g. North America, Taiwan).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 094635570724
  • Label Code: LC 03098
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): [Logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 3544652 @ 4 040110 [Barcode]
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1): IFPI LW04
  • Mould SID Code (CD1): ifpi AAH32
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): [Numbers covered by artwork]
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): [Logo] WWW.MEDIAMOTION.COM 3557082-D NTSC @ 2 [Barcode]
  • Mastering SID Code (DVD): IFPI LW04

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
V 3017, 00946 354465 1 7 Massive Attack Collected ‎(3x12", Comp) Virgin, Virgin V 3017, 00946 354465 1 7 UK 2006
0094635570120 Massive Attack Collected ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin 0094635570120 Ukraine 2006
50999 5 08275 9 6 Massive Attack Collected ‎(2xCD, Comp, RM + DVD-V, Comp, RE, NTSC + Ltd, Sli) EMI 50999 5 08275 9 6 Europe 2006
UICY-76287 Massive Attack Collected ‎(CD, Comp, Ltd, Sta) Virgin UICY-76287 Japan 2014
0094635570021, CDV3017 Massive Attack Collected ‎(CD, Comp) Virgin, Virgin 0094635570021, CDV3017 UK 2006

Collected is a compilation album by British trip hop collective Massive Attack, released on 27 March 2006. The album was preceded by the release of the single "Live with Me" on 13 March. It collects most of the band's singles up until this point. Safe from Harm" (featuring Shara Nelson) (Cobham/Del /Vowles) – 5:19. Karmacoma" (featuring Tricky) (Del ) – 5:14. Angel" (featuring Horace Andy) (Del Vowles) – 6:14.

Released March 27, 2006. CYN Breaks Down The Meaning Of I’ll Still Have Me. Rudy Mancuso Breaks Down "Lento". Victoria Monét Breaks Down The Meaning Of MONOPOLY. How Kanye West’s ‘808s & Heartbreak’ Influenced A New Generation of Rap. Joji Breaks Down "SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK". Produced by Massive Attack & Nellee Hooper. Written by Tricky, Robert "3D" del Naja, Grantley "Daddy G" Marshall, Andrew "Mushroom" Vowles, Tom Norfolk & Bob Locke.

Слушайте Collected от Massive Attack на Deezer. Благодаря потоковой трансляции музыки на Deezer вы можете слушать более 53 млн треков, создавать свои плейлисты и делиться любимыми песнями с друзьями. Massive Attack 01-01-2006. Общая длительность:2 h 09 min. 01. Safe From Harm (2006 Digital Remaster).

Ships from and sold by parkslopemusic. With their critically acclaimed albums clocking up 9 million sales worldwide, a clutch of awards and a new album due for release in early 2007, the time felt right for a Massive Attack Best Of, an apt reminder of their musical legacy to date

With my present musical knowledge and tastes, which are certainly greater than the ones of yesterday but lower than the ones of tomorrow, I can honestly say this is the best 'Best Of' compilation I own and have heard so far. Let me tell you why: First (on a more philosophical side), I must say that my favourite band is The Prodigy, and with (or without?) some coincidence or irony, I've realized it happens the only other album review I've done on Discogs (and which I now find dated) is for Prodigy's Best Of compilation. There is a close second to this musical preference, it is Massive Attack, but I don't know the latter's discography with the same depth and I haven't known them for as much time (so I can't compare them on the lasting appeal). There are two main reasons why I listen to music, and I guess they might be common to many other people's reasons: it's either for the energy or for the chilling power music can have. As I associate The Prodigy to what's best out of the 'energic pole', I think you can already guess, I do the same for Massive Attack with the 'chilling pole'. Where it differs is, while I have my preference for Prodigy (I have seen them playing live but not MA), I think I find Massive's music is the best, and this is because I (instinctively, probably) give more *value* to the "I'm feeling like a lost fish in the sea"-attitude I find in their music (like in a lot of other good melodic music) than to the good old "fuck yeah! I feel alive"-attitude I find in Prodigy's music (and their goal was never to make deep music anyway). Second (on a more technical side), this compilation has all it has to have. Without a doubt it's a Best Of compilation, and while the main CD features mainly songs from singles, it is a very good retrospective of what MA did best on each of their albums (including, for example, the likes of What Your Soul Sings and Future Proof, which aren't singles but which I think deserve damn-well their presence on the compilation). Another advandtage is the fact that I think the mix of older and more recent tracks is consistent, where with The Prodigy I think the old tracks didn't fit too well for a mix with the more recent ones. Also, maybe every Best Of's goal should be to contain only good songs and no boring ones, and while I don't think Best Of's always achieve this, I think this one does. And finally, coming with the first CD there is a bonus CD of good previously-unreleased tracks (which I haven't spent much time on), the DVD of promo videos (which, like the CD side, I didn't spin too often yet), and a nice picture booklet. All of this is contained in one, fine, little package. So that was why. As a conclusion, here's a little overture on these two things: - There are so many many personal favourites on this compilation that it would be useless to name them: you just need to have a look at the tracklisting, most of it is made of my personal favourites. Something I will say, though, is that the compilation would be worth buying if the presence of Live With Me was its only appeal. - One point on which this release isn't the best, is that the accompanying DVD of this release will never be as good as The Prodigy's Their Law DVD, which is UNBEATABLE. But this is just a detail, isn't it? ;-p
Best version of the Massive Attack's collected, in a deluxe digipack with a beautiful booklet that contains a litle of each massive's albuns art made by names like Nick Knight, also contain a full collection of videos more complete that Massive's eleven promos, in this are more 5 videos (special cases, butterfly caught, live with me, live with me - alternative version and false flags). The cd of b-sides is fantastic cos contain rare materials previously unreleased like the songs silent spring, black melt and the beautiful joy luck club. For all this things this colection are totally necessary for massive's fans! Enjoy!

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