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Massive Attack: Eleven Promos (2001)

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Daydreaming: Release Date: 15.10.90 - Location: London - September 1990. Unfinished Sympathy: Release Date: 11.2.91 - Location: Peico Avenue, Los Angeles - January 1991. Safe From Harm: Release Date:28.5.91 - Location: Disused tower block, East London - April 1991. Be Thankful For What You've Got: Release Date: 10.2.91 - Location: Raymonds Revue Bar, London - January 1992. Sly: Release Date: 17.10.94 - Location: New York - 23/24/25.10.94. Protection: Release Date: 9.1.95 - Location: Paris - 21.12.94. Karmacoma: Release Date: 20.3.95 - Location: County Hall, London - 8/9/10/11.11.94. Risingson: Release Date: 7.7.97 - Location: Acton, London - 5/6.6.97. Teardrop: Release Date: 27.4.98 - Location: Towerbridge Studios, London - 25/26.3.98. Angel: Release Date: 13.7.98 - Location: Metropolitan Car Park & Old Goods Yard, Paddington, London - 8/9/10.6.98. Inertia Creeps: Release Date: 19.10.98 - Location: Bow Studios, London - 26/27.8.98. See more »

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Good, but not great......
3 September 2002 | by (The Worcestery) – See all my reviews

Only a handful of DVDS/ videos featuring music promos by bands are a must buy. HIStory by Michael Jackson is one of them, another could be Faith No Mores' Video Croissant. Some of them, like Madonna or David Bowie, are worth buying because they're so dated they're hilarious. Massive Attack is a bit of both. I'd say that some of them are a little dated now (Safe From Harm, Daydreaming shot in moody, cliched black and white) but others, like Be Thankful For What You've Got, are great (for obvious reasons when you see it). Teardrop is unforgettable (a baby in a womb sings the song through the whole video) and of course, there's contender for Greatest Song Of All Time- Unfinished Sympathy, featuring Shara Nelson walking through the streets of LA. A surprisingly poignant visual image that actaully enhances the song, when you reach this promo, you'll have it on repeat. Worth it to buy just for this.


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