Massive Attack released their debut album, Blue Lines, in 1991, and paved the way for the follow-up albums: Protection (1994), Mezzanine (1998), 100th Window (2003), and Heligoland (2010.) The albums spawned the singles “Unfinished Sympathy,” “Safe from Harm,” “Daydreaming,” “Sly,” “Teardrop,” “Angel,” “Live with Me,” and “Four Walls.”
Massive Attack’s song “Teardrop” received a heavy boost in its popularity after it was adopted as the theme song for the smash television hit show House. In addition, Massive Attack’s music has been recognized by a number of competitive awards, including two MTV Europe Awards, a Brit Award, and two Q Awards. The albums Mezzanine and Blue Lines were both listed by Rolling Stone as among the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Today, Massive Attack continues to perform and record, and is currently scheduled to appear at the Secret Solstice festival in Reykjavik in the summer of 2014.
Massive Attack Song List
- “Black Milk”
- “Group Four”