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Protection (1994) is Bristol-based collective Massive Attack's second album.

Protection was featured in the top ten of Rolling Stone magazine's 'Coolest Albums of All Time List,' calling it "great music for when you're driving around a city at 4 am," due to the 'chill out' nature of the album. Like most of Massive Attack's albums, the music often defies categorisation, ranging from R&B (title track, Sly) to hip-hop/rap (Karmacoma, Eurochild) to reggae-tinged synthpop (Spying Glass) to… read more



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  • One of my favourite albums ever. I grew up on this music.
  • My favourite album :)
  • Happy Birthday x2
  • I'm sure I remember 3D saying around the time it came out that they deliberately wanted to stop the album from being "too perfect", and that they felt it needed something really jarring on the end. It's certainly that...
  • Happy Birthday.
  • ★★★★★
  • Eurochild... what a groove!
  • i agree with opnion below
  • It would have been called Perfection, but the godawful Light My Fire cover prevents that from happening. [2] pretty much, just so out of place and unnecessary!

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