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Safe From Harm - Massive Attack - Blue Lines (Cassette, Album)


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1996
Label: M Records (14) - 1279 • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Yugoslavia • Genre: Electronic • Style: Dub, Trip Hop


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  1. Label: Wild Bunch Records - WBRMC 1,Circa - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic • Style: Downtempo, Dub, Trip Hop Massive Attack - Blue Lines (, Cassette) | Discogs/5(13).
  2. In a contemporary review of Blue Lines, Dele Fadele of NME hailed the album as "the sleekest, deadliest, most urbane, most confounding LP has yet seen", writing that Massive Attack "put current changes on the dancefloor in perspective and map out blueprints for what must surely come next" and that "after Blue Lines the boundaries separating soul, funk, reggae, house, classical, hip-hop Genre: Trip hop, British hip hop, chill-out.
  3. The third single from Massive Attack’s debut album, “Safe from Harm” was one of the first songs recorded in the initial sessions for the record, Blue Lines Massive Attack. 1. Safe From Harm.
  4. "Safe from Harm" is the third single and opening track from Blue Lines, the debut from Massive Attack, with vocals by Shara Nelson and Robert Del Naja. The bass, guitar, and drums are sampled from the song "Stratus" by Billy Cobham, from his album Spectrum (with guitar by Tommy Bolin).
  5. The group were forced to change their name due to the outbreak of the Gulf War in They were briefly known as "Massive" and other versions of this album list them as this. Track A1, "Safe From Harm", contains a sample from Billy Cobham's track "Stratus" released in from the album "Spectrum" on label Atlantic.
  6. The album balances dark, diva-led club jams along the lines of Soul II Soul with some of the best British rap (vocals and production) heard up to that point, occasionally on the same track. The opener "Safe from Harm" is the best example, with diva vocalist Shara Nelson trading off lines with the group's own monotone (yet effective) rapping.
  7. Editors' Notes Often considered one of the very first trip-hop albums (released before the term was coined!), Blue Lines is a masterpiece no matter what genre it is filed under. Elements of hip-hop, dub, funk, soul, R&B and electronic music come together in unforeseen ways. A variety of singers guest, with Shara Nelson bringing a notable imprint to the low-key "Safe From Harm," Horace Andy.
  8. Notes: This cassette also omits the 'Attack' from the band's title, much like the UK version only this was the only retail copy of Blue Lines on cassette for the Australian market. A1. Safe From Harm - Duration: A2. One Love - Duration: A3. Blue Lines - Duration: A4. Be Thankful For What You've Got - Duration: A5.
  9. "Safe from Harm" Single by Massive Attack; from the album Blue Lines; Released: 27 May Format: CD, 12", Cassette: Recorded: Genre: Trip hop, electronica.

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