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Massive Attack — Everywhen
Album: 100th Window
Avg rating:
7.2

Your rating:
Total ratings: 910









Released: 2003
Length: 7:27
Plays (last 30 days): 1
My love, your light, incantation
Struck stars like tears fall, the sequence ends
Downtime, godspeed, hear the way
They concede, the sequence ends and begins

Everything you think you know
Everything you think you know, you think you know

Blood ties, blood ties, the sequence ends
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 (anonymous) wrote:
I kept thinking this song would get better, you know-- maybe develop a beat or a tune or something as it went on, and on, and on. Then I realized that it just simply sucks from beginning to end.
 
Exactly. Thanks for saving me from having to type it myself.
ace. ace. ace.
the best. best best best.


Horace Andy
BLISS
 jkforde wrote:
brilliant track, could easily stand on its own without Tricky
 
It does, since that's Horace Andy on the mic. ;)
 jkforde wrote:
and then a Kate Bush sample at the end, genius!
 
more than a sample - a whole song of this absolutely unique and genius lady !!
THX Bill and Rebecca

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and then a Kate Bush sample at the end, genius!
brilliant track, could easily stand on its own without Tricky
Depth and complexity - and this from 2003!?
David Essex...Rock on hook
When it dropped, i gave it an 8
PSD saved my day! I bought this album when it came out, and initially didn't like as much as "Mezzanine" ... but upon further listening, it's pretty damn solid overall. 
Incredible. 10
 VH1 wrote:

Sorry Darling - I think they do not play Cliff Richard here! {#Bounce}

 
They ought to.
 VH1 wrote:

Sorry Darling - I think they do not play Cliff Richard here! {#Bounce}

 
That's Keef Richard to you, dear! 

Wait...what?!   {#Wink}
 AndyJ wrote:
I can never decide with these guys. Just when I get comfortable with their sound and looking for some exploration, they move. I wonder what they could do if they stayed and developed more depth...

 
I think the fact they change and expand their sound from one album to the next is what gives them depth.
 brianlj wrote:
This is awful.
 
Sorry Darling - I think they do not play Cliff Richard here! {#Bounce}
Massive chill attack....so cool
PSD from Coldplay.

And all was right in the world...
Ahhhhh......nice.  Landed here today after clicking PSD button.  love this
Agree with BikeCoachDave. Well worth revisiting. Thanks Bill!
Nice groove RP. As usual. Thanks.
This was definitely a song worth bringing back into the mix. Thanks Bill.
 robertomiller wrote:
Still feels fresh today. Cool vibe.
 
Curious. I think the same each time I hear the first recordings of, say, John Lee Hooker. That was more than half a century ago, this is less than a decade.

This being said, I'm still a big MA fan.


I can never decide with these guys. Just when I get comfortable with their sound and looking for some exploration, they move. I wonder what they could do if they stayed and developed more depth...
MassiveRadioHeadAttack-Ack-Ack-Ack

I like it.
 brianlj wrote:
This is awful.
 
...awfully blood good, yes? {#Tongue}

Still feels fresh today. Cool vibe.
This hasn't been played since 2003? Guess the new cd got Bill in the mood.
Originally Posted by ndanger666: If they played this song over loudspeakers in Baghdad, the Iraqis would surrender in minutes. :cry:
I think they did.... and it worked. :lol:
One of the few good things on this very marginal disc.
Very good STUFF! Thanks RP for playing this group! :cool:
It\'s also decent headphone music. This one is my favorite non-Sinead track on the CD.
This is awesome. I dig the deep trance (house, downbeat) or what ever you want to call this type of art. Definitly my choice of backgroud music for writing code. Bring on the Attack.
This is awful.
This is great programming music. Orb is my fav for that however. This guy\'s voice gets on my nerves - he needs to shut up. Good anyway. :)
Originally Posted by roguewarer: This is great music to "hear" when I'm coding or designing. Can't really explain it, ........ ... Their arrangements are lyrical and deep, so when I actually "listen" to them, the experience is even more rewarding. Bring 'em on! :notworthy:
Well.. I, for one, think you explained it quite well. There are times when I don't listen to RadioParadise.. and its usually when I *need* that state of which you describe. A friend of mine calls it being in the zone. You've tuned in, turned up, and harmonized internally with the thought processes you keyed in for the task at hand. Radio Paradise is by far the best station ever for all kinds of music, but one of the stations I miss the most from the initial CARP "crap" (anagram THAT you political bastards!) was BlueMars.org ... the absolute best in ambient and space tracks ever! While listening to them I could work without realizing time fly... The next best for my zone-ing is Sleepbot.com, while only at 56k, when DJ Dan is doing ambient beat tracks instead of just ambient... truely a slice of zone-in-pie! And I'm not just saying that because I relay for him!! but again... I very much agree.. this track is excellent and fits well with some of the best of Orb, Orbital, The Chemical Brothers.. and others.. Happy Happy Joy Joy!! :bounce:
This is great music to \"hear\" when I\'m coding or designing. Can\'t really explain it, but it just blends so well with my work methodology. I can appreciate others\' comments about \'boring\' and such, but I\'d argue that not every song has to have a political/social/experiencial (is that a word?) message, melody, catchy lyrics and a beat that we can tap out on our desk with a couple of pencils. While MA has several tunes like that, they fall nicely (and completely naturally for this RPer) into \"ambient bliss\". Their arrangements are lyrical and deep, so when I actually \"listen\" to them, the experience is even more rewarding. Bring \'em on! :notworthy:
If they played this song over loudspeakers in Baghdad, the Iraqis would surrender in minutes. :cry:
Aaargh- so very boring. :moon:
Sweet nothing?
Aaaaah, another Massive Album to purchase :notworthy:
as it started.. I immediately started searching my brain for who this might have been... some of it sounded like some depechmode or maybe some early cure redone... then when I saw massive attack.. I knew why... as is almost always.. a good tune .. different from tne norm, and an under pulse that moves from speaker to ear very nicely. :)
It has a beat... and a tune too. Another fine piece of work from the Bristol bunch :clap:
Very nice addition to the playlist. I\'m not always the biggest fan of ambient/techno/whatever, but I\'ve always found Massive Attack stimulating to the ears. I like to have them on when I\'m painting or creating art -- for some reason, it makes me hear colors and patterns. :p
snoooooooze...
I kept thinking this song would get better, you know-- maybe develop a beat or a tune or something as it went on, and on, and on. Then I realized that it just simply sucks from beginning to end.
Nice sneak peak on the upcoming album. You guys are always on top of things - Nice job!