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Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by fr8oholic, Jul 8, 2002.

  1. fr8oholic

    fr8oholic 12oz Veteran Member

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    MassiveAttack

    Discussion started by fr8oholic - Jul 8, 2002

    good stuff!
     
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  2. Dr. Dazzle

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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    Bluelines is arguably one of the greatest albums ever.....
     
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  3. Dyptheria

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    Dyptheria - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    i've been listening to lots of MA lately, as well as Morcheeba and Hooverphonic. Any other suggestions?
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    Portishead
    Tricky
    Lamb
    Sneaker Pimps
    Faithless

    Morcheeba are dope. I've been listening to them lately too.....
     
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    d-town_bomber - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    morcheeba is king
     
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  6. Dyptheria

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    Dyptheria - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    um portishead goes without saying. i've never heard tricky, lamb, or faithless. Thanks for the recommend. I saw SP way back in the nineties, when they were a one hit wonder to the commercial world. The show as quite decent.
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    Tricky was a part of Massive Attack. His solo work is pretty experimental, Mazinquaye is an amazing album but the rest are pretty shitty if I had to be honest.......
     
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    imported_grim540 - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    dj shadow

    death in vegas
     
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  9. fr8lover

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    fr8lover - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    i got three words:

    EURO ZERO ZERO bside

    hey fr8oh. sorry we couldnt meet up, theres always next time!
     
  10. imported_Tesseract - Replied Jul 8, 2002

    All their albums are awesome, one of the best live shows i've ever been to!

    Most people hated their last album, mezazine but shits off the hook...sad news, they dont exist anymore as they were:(
     
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    siloette - Replied Jul 9, 2002

    talk about mood music..
    "tear drop" by massive attack can never be played just once..

    other inspiring stuff I come across and have to put on the record player....Morcheeba..Thievory Corporation, kruder and dorfmeister, hooverphonic..(sometimes not)..dj krush..self titled album..and much much more

    of course my favorite song of all time is "across the universe" whether its the beattles,fiona apple or eligh doing it..its awesome..

    okay now back to my de la soul
     
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    Dr. Dazzle - Replied Jul 9, 2002

    I've heard good stuff about them, who/what do they sound like?
     
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    Dyptheria - Replied Jul 9, 2002

    -thievery corporation are one of the greatest down tempo outfits around.
    -Ursula 1000 is down with thievery's 18th St, lounge. check out Ursula 1000 as well
    -Tosca is another good one
    -DJ Krush
    -DJ Cam (some of his stuff)

    I love down tempo:idea:
     
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    willy.wonka - Replied Jul 9, 2002

    massive attack...sigh..i yet to own a cd...tricky is dope though..im still lovin the portis head and i got a suntan.
     
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    sneak - Replied Jul 9, 2002

    faithless are probably the best band i can think of rite now. tunes such as "insomnia", "salva mea", "deifting away", "we come 1", "tarantula", "1 step to far" are fucking amazing