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MA vs MP, pt. 2

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    Message 1 of 1 , May 16, 1998
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      >borrowed from: http://smokin.muzic.com/htdb/news/daily.html#2
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      >Massive Attack Versus Mad Professor, Pt. 2
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      >Bristol trip-hop trio Massive Attack, whose ace third album,
      >Mezzanine, was released in the US last Monday and which debuted
      >at number one in the UK album charts upon its release six weeks
      >ago, already have another entire album's worth of material set
      >aside. Talking with Robert "3-D" Del Naja, muzic.com learned that
      >London-based dub producer/engineer Neil 'Mad Professor' Fraser has
      >been working on various remixes of every song featured on Mezzanine
      >for the past year, as the band were busy completing finished album
      >versions. "We would send him a copy of the song and he'd send us
      >back loads of different mixes," said Del Naja. "He's always taken
      >our stuff to interesting places, and growing up in Bristol, with
      >its West Indian influence, reggae has always been a large part of
      >our sound."
      >
      >The first fruits of these side-sessions can be heard on the CD single
      >"Teardrop," and is entitled "The Mad Professor Mazaruni Instrumental."
      >As of now, there are no solid plans for an entire album to emerge in
      >the way it did for the last collaboration between the parties, when the
      >Mad Professor remixed most of the Protection album under the title No
      >Protection, although the quantity of available material is certainly
      >no problem.
      >
      >"We really don't know what we're going to do with them yet," says
      >Del Naja of the remixed dub material. "But we haven't thought about
      >anything album-wise for the immediate future. There's so many
      >versions to choose from, we've certainly got enough for a few albums,
      >but I think we'll start off with some B-sides." -Steffan Chirazi
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      >markw@...
      >http://www2.southwind.net/~markw/
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      >np: Sean Lennon "Into the Sun"

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