Genre: Electronic
Label: Virgin
Size: 12"
Format: 33RPM,


Massive Attack Mezzanine 2LP

Massive Attack

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1998 Masterpiece on Double LP!

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Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 383/500!

Widely hailed as their masterpiece, Mezzanine saw the band move away from the 'trip-hop' sound they had helped define to embrace rock and electronica. Mezzanine was remastered by Tim Young at Metropolis who has worked with the band for over twenty years.

The Bristol, England, collective that invented trip-hop - Daddy G, Mushroom, and 3D - got even heavier on Mezzanine. They turn the Cocteau Twins' Elisabeth Fraser into a soul diva in 'Teardrop,' and 'Angel' is a six-minute ride into the abyss, with the legendary reggae singer Horace Andy wailing over levee-busting drums, cinematic strings, and blasts of guitar. 'We like reclaiming the guitar,' Daddy G told Rolling Stone. 'People say black music shouldn't have heavy guitar, but who invented all that heavy-guitar shit? Jimi Hendrix!'
-Rolling Stone, The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time


  • 2017 Pressing
  • Double LP
  • Made in Germany


Side A:

  1. Angel
  2. Risingson
  3. Teardrop

Side B:

  1. Inertia Creeps
  2. Exchange
  3. Dissolved Girl

Side C:

  1. Man Next Door
  2. Black Milk
  3. Mezzanine

Side D:

  1. Group Four
  2. (Exchange)

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