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Of Massive Attack's original core trio, the album only featured Robert Del Naja (3D); Andrew Vowles departed shortly after the release of Mezzanine, and Grant Marshall (Daddy G) was on a sabbatical to raise his young daughter. Released in 2003, it was written and produced by Del Naja and Neil Davidge, and features the vocals from Horace Andy and Sinéad O'Connor, as well as an appearance by Damon Albarn. It is the first album by the band that made no… read more



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  • I remember listening to this album while driving through the dark woods, on a dark, cold night ... Unforgettable chills... every sense was heightened
  • The lyrics, the sound, even the cover. A really outstanding album.
  • 8.5/10
  • Album that never got the attention it deserved. I used to listen the shit out of this during army and the magic hasn't worn out one bit.
  • From my point of view (absolutely die-hard MA fan since the very beginning) I would rate "100th Windows" as their best album. Versatile, mellow. Their highlight album. Well-deserved...
  • Antistar was my first listen around 2004. I like the feel of this album for it is spacial. Worst for me goes to Heligoland. Why sound like UNKLE?
  • It is the weakest MA album for sure.Trying to step in a same river again after bug cover and Mushroom loss.Only sound and atmosphere here.Not enough for me after Blue-Protection-Mezanine mature beauty and flawlessnes\\\\
  • Omg love at the first listening, this album is like a lite version of their dark, brooding, heavy 'signature' soundscape, also very consistent which is personally not that important to me, but here we have a nice example of successfully and delicately produced consistency.
  • If you're listening to this album without proper headphones, you're missing like 80% of it all. What for beautiful record, absolutely awesome in all possible measures. I'm in love with them madly.
  • My favorite chloroform.

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